On the back of the pattern cover, with the yardage requirements, add 1 1/2 yards border print fabric.
On page 1 with the cutting directions for the border print, cross off 6 1/2" x 72". Change to 8 1/2" x 54".
I am very sorry for the errors, and I apologize for any problems that result. If you have a problem or complaint, please contact me at email@example.com or 612-750-1085. I will make things right for you. These patterns have only been sold at Bear Patch, so I can backtrack most of them via our computer database. However, there are always some that can't be tracked down, so that is why I am putting the information here. Again, my apologies, and I feel terrible about this since I found out yesterday. Anything printed and sold from here on out will have the corrections made.
Sometimes the old saying, "Haste makes waste" is all too true! Working on the Quilt MN fabrics for a pattern every year brings a firm deadline. I am sometimes printing the patterns on the night before the deadline! This year, I thought things were good because I was ready about 3 days early! I do the printing myself, and collating and folding and packaging, too. Because I am on that deadline, I never have enough time from the point that the fabric is available. I usually have the basic ideas in mind or started on the computer, but I often change direction once I have the actual fabric in hand. So that does not leave me the time I need to have test sewers work on the quilt. I really like coming up with new quilt designs, and I like to be able to share them, but the part about getting everything down on paper in an understandable format is the bad part. I can only hope that this is the worst it gets!
On a much happier note:
I completed a knitting project! Another winter scarf, this time for myself, although the hot and humid weather makes it seem strange to be working on it! I wrote about it in a previous post. I like it posed on the deck railing!
That means that I get to start a new project, and this one is by request from some young moms I know (that would be Brita and Molly!). I'm giving it a try and we'll see if it turns out to be worthy of Miss Ada. It's the Azel Pullover and I'm using a chunky yarn and large needles, so that goes fast. It's multi-sized, and I chose to start with the smallest size because Ada is 1 year old. I hope she's walking, because this would not be a good thing for a crawler!
I'm enjoying a few days with my mom and sister in Iowa. My brother, sister-in-law, nephew and friend, niece and husband have also visited or been visited, so it's been a good time. Jan, my sister, is returning to her home in San Francisco today, so that's no fun. But we did something special every day, and made the most of our time back in our hometown of Lake Park together.
Mom's house is on the shore of Silver Lake, with a good place to relax on the deck and watch the lake life. And here's a picture of her very self reliant hollyhocks, too. They always re-seed themselves and take care of themselves all summer, too!
We took a little drive to the Round Lake Winery, (on the shore of Round Lake!) about 10 miles away. It was a great afternoon to sit outdoors and share a bottle of their 2012 Merlot. It was a very good year! They are making some good wine out in the middle of the corn and bean fields! Here's a toast to you....