Pattern Corrections...

 

I always test every pattern myself and hope against hope that no errors creep in. But if they do, I will update this page - and the pattern - as soon as they're brought to my attention. If you have a PDF Pattern and would like an updated copy, please contact me here.

Tulips from Amsterdam (first edition)

Please note that this pattern has been withdrawn from sale (for fairly obvious reasons if you glance below) and I will be in touch with everyone who purchased the first printing/PDF to refund that purchase and forward a complimentary copy of the revised pattern. You can read more here

 

The quilt will finish at 66" x 86" and will require an 74" x 94" piece of batting and 5¼ yds of backing fabric.

 

STEP 10

Revised Cutting Table

 

STEP 28

 

...add a 9½” x 24½” background piece to the top... (not 9½” x 19½” as stated in the pattern)

 

STEP 48 

 

...to assemble the lower floor, join a 3½” x 6½” house piece to the bottom of the window unit (not 4½” x 6½” as stated in the pattern)

STEP 57

...first make a strip set by joining a 1½” x 6” background piece to a 1½” x 6” house piece... (not 1½” x 5” as stated in the pattern). Alternatively, cut an additional 1½” square from the house and background fabrics to complete the gable.

 

STEP 68

 

Repeat step 52, steps 62 – 64 and step 55, before adding the 4½” x 10½” background piece to the top, pressing away from the canal house. MAKE 1

 

Hazel

STEP 7 

 

...as seen below (not overleaf as stated in the pattern) TIP: take care with your placement or the unit will be reversed. as shown above right

 

Meadow Cottage (Midsummer Block of the Month block pattern)

STEP 18     Make 10 strips, not 15 as listed in the pattern.

Wild Strawberry (Midsummer Block of the Month bonus pattern only)

STEP 3         

 

Mark a diagonal line on the back of the 2½” green square and place on the top left-hand corner of the 4½” red print square...

Manor Cross (Today's Quilter, issue 56)

STEP 4

From fabric C cut (4) 3” squares, (4) 2” x 3” pieces and (1) 1½” x 9” piece.

 

Nesting  (Today's Quilter, issue 48)

You will need a 1/4" bias tape maker.

 

STEP 39

 

Before making the wing unit trim the contrast print rectangle to 3½” x 5".

Posy Cushion

My thanks to the lovely ladies at my Bridgnorth Patch & Quilt workshop for spotting the errors in STEP 2.

Revised Cutting Table.

Amaryllis

STEP 5 

...to the lower corners of a 4½” x 8½” ( not 6½” as stated in the pattern) fussy-cut cream piece...

 

Dala Horse block 

 

Revised cutting diagram.

 

 

Dolls House Mini

 

STEPS 12-13

Turn your roof unit to the wrong side and trim, using the background square as a guile. See my tutorial here.

 

 

Day Out mini

STEP 9

Subcut into 16 11/2" x 41/2" pieces (not 11/2" x 31/2" as stated in the pattern).

 


The Spellbound Sampler: Finishing the Quilt

STEP 2

...cut 4 3" strips and subcut 44 3" squares for the Flying geese units (STEP 3).

First Editions of Individual Spellbound Sampler Block Patterns

I have emailed all of you who bought patterns directly from me with updated patterns. If you purchased from the Fat Quarter Shop please click here.

Mock Turtle

STEP 2 

The cutting diagram shows 2 21/2" x 41/2" pieces, these should be 2 2" x 41/2" pieces.

 

 

Happy Wanderer

 

The Petit Four block used in the project is the Mock Turtle block.

To Skye

 

STEP 1 

 

You will only need to cut 4 11/2" strips, rather than the 6 shown on the table, as you will not need to set aside 2 for strip sets.

 

TEMPLATE

 

The small template is sized incorrectly. You can download a new template here.

 

 

Mr McGregor's Garden

 

TEMPLATE

 

The small template is sized incorrectly. You can download a new template here.

 

Homely Joys

TEMPLATE

The template is printing too large in some versions. You can download a new template here.