Pattern Corrections

We are sorry that these misprints slipped into the first print of the following publications. They have been reprinted with the corrections but in case you have received the first print, make the necessary adjustments.

Stripology Squared

Another Part of Me: page 13
The Background fabric yardage for the Lap size should be 4-1/2 yds and the Full size should be 6-3/4 yds.

Prisms: page 47
The Sashing fabric yardage for the Twin size should be 1-3/4 yd.

Stripology

Strip Ribbons: page 4 and 5
Sashing fabric should be subcut into the following:

  • 1-1/2” wide strips
  • Subcut into 1-1/2” x 13-1/2” rectangles
  • Subcut into 1-1/2” x 7-1/2” rectangles
  • Subcut into 1-1/2” x 6-1/2” rectangles


In step 9, those same rectangles should be referred to as the 1-1/2” x 7-1/2” sashing rectangles and NOT 2-1/2” x 7-1/2”.

I-Strip: page 6 and 7
Step 1: Make 7 strip units for Mini size (not 3).
Step 4. Half Blocks: Now sew two 1-1/4” x 2-1/2” background rectangles to each side of all the 1-1/2” x 2-1/2” (not 1-1/4”) rectangles from the assorted strips cut for the half blocks.
Step 5: Make 4 for Mini size (not 2).

Strips & Salsa: page 8
Cutting for background fabric for Crib Size:
Cut Four 2-1/2” squares (not 2)


 

GE-506 Big Blocks - Big Style

Carnival Quilt, Page 28. The cutting for the 6-1/2” strips of background fabric is incorrect. Below is the correct cutting.

  Lap
63” square
4 Blocks
Full
63” x 90”
6 Blocks
Queen
90” square
9 Blocks
Cut the Background Fabric into:  
6-1/2” strips
Subcut into 6-1/2” x 3-1/2” rectangles
Subcut into 6-1/2” x 18-1/2” rectangles
4 strips
30 units
2 units
5 strips
48 units
7 strips
72 units

Teen Spirit Quilt, Page 21. The illustration showing the lap size quilt has one too many rows. It should have only 4 rows of blocks.


GE-505 Fast & Furious Family

Fresh Blooms Placemats, Page 13. The amount of Craf-Tex Plus should be 1-2/3 yd. instead of 1 yd.

 


GE-601 Baskets & Blooms Book

The name of the quilt on page 8 should be Sun Tiles.

 


Sisters Quilt pg.10

Fat quarters cutting:

Cut Five 1-1/2" strips from each, subcut them into Nine 1-1/2" x 3-1/2" rectangles (not -1/2" x 3-1/2")

 


Blooming Baskets pg.11

Cutting light fabric:

Cut One 9" square (not 12-1/2") and cut it twice diagonally to make 4 triangles.

 


GE-602 Spice Berry Trails Book

On The Fence Runner pg. 11

Cutting from the Light fabric: Cut Two 3" squares (instead of 8") for the corner triangles.

 


GE-701 Destiny Book

Terrace Blooms pg. 7

Step 2: Sew two colored 3-1/2" x 1-1/2" rectangles (not 3-1/2" x 2")

 


GE-116 Bear Hugs

The following cutting instructions were missing from Cutting for Bear block B

Fabric 1 - Background:

-Cut Four 1-1/2” squares.

 


GE-129 Strip Tease

A few patterns with the wrong fabric requirements (for Twin size) went into circulation, they have been reprinted but just in case, here are the correct fabric requirements.

  Crib size Lap size Twin size
Dark
2-1/2” strips
20 strips 36 strips 72 strips
Light
2-1/2” strips
7 strips 14 strips 27 strips
Medium
2-1/2" strips 
10 strips 18 strips 36 strips

 (strips need to be at least 42” long, usable fabric, not measuring selvages)

Binding 1/2 yd.  2/3 yd.     3/4 yd.
Backing 1-3/4 yds. 3-1/3 yds. 5-1/3 yds.

If using fat quarters instead of strips (make sure the fat quarters have at least 21” of usable fabric lengthwise)

Dark/mediums  6 fq  11 fq  21 fq
Lights   2 fq   4 fq  9 fq
Mediums 3 fq   6 fq 11 fq


GE-130 Strip O'Hoy

A few patterns with the wrong fabric requirements went into circulation, they have been reprinted but just in case, here are the correct fabric requirements.

  Crib size Lap size Twin size
Dark/medium
2-1/2” strips 
23 strips 40 strips 63 strips
Light
2-1/2” strips
18 strips 32 strips 51 strips

(strips need to be at least 42” long, usable fabric, not measuring selvages)

Binding 1/2 yd 2/3 yd 2/3 yd
Backing 1-3/4 yds 3-1/3 yds 5-1/3 yds

If using fat quarters instead of strips (make sure the fat quarters have at least 21” of usable fabric lengthwise)

Dark/mediums 8 fq 14 fq  17 fq
Lights 6 fq    11 fq 17 fq


GE-136 Strip Off

Some patterns with the wrong fabric requirements for the dark/medium fabrics and sewn strip units for the TWIN size went into circulation, they have been reprinted but just in case, here are the correct fabric requirements.

  Crib size  Lap size    Twin size
Dark-Medium
2-1/2” strips.
18 strips of
3 color groups*
30 strips of
5 color groups*
54 strips of
9 color groups*
Light
2-1/2” strips
12 strips 18 strips 31 strips

*for example, 6 red strips, 6 blue strips, 6 yellow strips and so on.
(strips need to be at least 42” long, usable fabric, not measuring selvages)

Binding 1/2 yd. 2/3 yd.  3/4 yd.
Backing 1-1/2 yds 3 yds. 5-1/3 yds.

If using fat EIGHTS instead of strips (make sure the fat eights have at least 21” of usable fabric lengthwise)

Dark/mediums 15 fat 8’s from
3 color groups
25 fat 8’s from 
5 color groups
43 fat 8’s from
9 color groups
Lights  8 fat 8’s 12 fat 8’s 21 fat 8’s

 Inside the pattern, step 1 should read:

1.        Arrange your strips into color families, you should have 3 color families for crib size, 5 for lap size and 9 for twin size. Take 5 strips from each color family and sew them together into a strip unit. Press the seams in the same direction, their width should measure 10-1/2”. Make 3 strip units for crib size, 5 for lap size and 9 for twin size.  Subcut the strip units into 10-1/2” squares. You will get 4 squares out of each strip unit and then you will have 12 squares for crib size, 20 for lap size and 35 for twin size.

 


GE-140 Strip Twist

In a few places in the pattern, the largest size of the quilt is referred to as a Full size, but it should always be Twin size.  The pattern has 3 sizes, crib, lap and TWIN.

 


GE-141 Strip Stacks

In the cutting instructions in the pattern, the largest size of the quilt is referred to as a Twin size, but it should  be Full size. 

 

Strip Requirements for the Crib and Full size should read:

  Crib size Full size
Dark-Medium
2-1/2" strips 
13 strips    57 strips

For the Half Block Assembly, the steps should be numbered 5.-8. and not 1.-4.

 


GE-502 Fast & Furious

Page 7, Afternoon Snack Runner.

In steps 2 and 6, the squares should be folded with the WRONG sides together and not right sides together. In the second printing of the book, this mistake has been corrected.

 

Page4, Lucky Charms Runner.

In step 2, the squares should be folded with the WRONG sides together and not right sides together. In the second printing of the book, this mistake has been corrected.

 

Page 24, The Runaround Bag

In the last testing of the pattern we determined that no stabilizer would be needed for the handles but forgot to remove the cutting information for it. In the cutting for the stabilizer, ignore the two 2" x 20-1/2" strips for the handles.

 


GE-503 Strip On

Page 24, Pinball Wizard.

In the fabric requirements the number of strips needed were wrong for the Crib Size. The correct number of strips needed is 16. 

Also in step 3, quilt assembly; the twin size set should be 5 x 7 blocks so the size of the

Twin is actually 64-1/2" x 83-1/2".

 


GE-206 Quilts for Olivia

Page 2, Jewels.

In the fabric requirements the amount needed for Fabric E is 3/4 yard instead of 1/2 yard.

 


GE-504 Fast & Furious Holiday

Page 11, Trick or Treat Wall Hanging.

In step 4 the first sentence is missing in the instructions. It should say: "Place the folded 3" fabric A squares on all four corners of the unit from step 3 and pin down."

In the second printing of the book, this mistake has been corrected.

 

Page 22, Spruce Lane Runner.

In step 5, it refers to the step 5 units but it should be step 4 units.

 

Note: If you are having trouble with the center units fitting in this pattern, read the following:

The actual measurements for the cutting should have been 6-5/16 for the center square and 4-7/8 for the triangles. Since I don't want to use "sixteenths" in my cutting instructions, I went up to the next size which is a 6-1/2". With that size of a square, the triangles needed to be a little larger too. It's usually better to have things bigger rather than smaller. Most of the testers came back with this working out fine because when you sew through the backing and batting, your seam allowances get a little bigger. There were 2 testers that came back with this being too large for the other pieces so they had to go down to a 6-1/4" square and 4-7/8" triangles and then things worked out. If your unit is more than a 1/4" larger than the trunk units, I recommend making the adjustments.