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Pattern Updates

This is the page that no designer wants to have! We do everything possible to make sure there are no errors but we're all human. That said, it's important the errors be acknowledged and corrected.

Please check below for information on corrections.

X's and O's in Black and White
On the refresh of the X's and O's in Black and White, the cutting chart for the larger size says to cut two  8" x wof BACKGROUND  strips to make the 2 -  8" squares.  You do NOT NEED to cut the 8" strip at all...just use the leftovers from the 15 1/2" strips.  The lines were accidentally included during the refresh.




Girls Night Out Wine Tote
On Template A, a 6 1/2" reference measurement has been added to the top of the template.  When you print out the PDF file or make copies of the templates, make sure you select print at  'ACTUAL SIZE'.   Measure your copy of Template A to make sure you have printed at Actual Size.


Booty Wine Tote
On Template A, a 7" reference measurement has been added to the top of the template.  When you print out the PDF file or make copies of the templates, make sure you select Print at ACTUAL SIZE.  Measure your copy of Template A to make sure you have printed at Actual Size.

Partial to Piecing
On the cutting instructions for the inner (green) and middle (pink) borders, I mixed the two sizes. The pink should be 1 1/2" x wof and the green should
be 2" x wof as shown on the cover.  It does not change any fabric requirements and will not affect the looks of the quilt.


Holiday Cheers Wine Totes
I've had some questions about taping Template A and B together and the sizes not matching up.

As shown in Diagram A, be sure you match up the arrows on A and B and everything fits perfectly.

To make it clearer, I've added the words "match up the arrows" in the sentence about taping the two pieces together.

On page 1, Diagram A and B...the value is 18", not 22" as typed. The directions are correct...fold the fabric so it measures 11" x 18"...I just typed in the wrong number on the two diagrams. It does not affect the pattern. Thanks to Stitches Quilt Shop in Glendale, Oh for catching the typo.

A Quilt for the Die Hard Fan
The number of blocks for the pattern cover was accidentally typed as '30' blocks rather than the correct number '35'.  The error does not affect fabric requirements or cutting instructions.  Sorry for the error!