Although a lot of effort goes into testing patterns and editing publications before print, sometimes mistakes inadvertently slip through. Below are corrections:

Starfall Pattern
Cut Filler Pieces
(7) 3 1/2” x 9 1/2” rectangles
Prism Printed Quilt Pattern Template, Fall 2014
I received a report from a quilter that Template A in her pattern was not to scale. I do not believe this is a widespread issue as the patterns I reviewed in my stock were to scale, but it is possible there are a handful out there.Corrections:
Download Template A here. Print at “100%” or “Actual Size”. Alternatively, when making your template photocopies, you may photocopy the reverse, or mirror image, of Template B and use that as Template A.
Poinsettia Quilt Pattern, early PDF versions, current Print version
Pattern step numbers skip from #4 to #6.Corrections:
Only the step numbering is off. There is no missing pattern information or actual steps. Continue with the pattern as written.
Starfall Quilt Pattern in Modern Quilts Unlimited, Spring 2013
In the cutting directions, the “filler” print rectangles are listed as their finished size, rather than their cut size. Add 1/2″ to the width and length cut size for all filler pieces.Corrections:
(18) 3 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ for rectangles
(6) 3 1/2″ x 9 1/2″ for rectangles
(4) 3 1/2″ x 12 1/2″ for rectangles
Vintage Quilt RevivalSee www.VintageQuiltRevival.com for pattern errata.
Up a Notch Pattern Errata (only digital versions purchased prior to 2016)Corrections:
Background Fabric Requirement: 1-1/4 yards, rather than 1 yard as listed.
Off-Centered Squares Pattern Errata (only digital versions purchased in 2011)Corrections:
On Diagram 10 (Block D Assembly), the bottom grey piece of the diagram should be labeled 2″ x 10.5″.

Faith Jones

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