FOLLOW THE LEADER
Make the following
changes to page 1 in the pattern: (Corrections are shown in
The panel squares
cannot be cut the size indicated in the pattern and are not
Fabric A: 1. Change 10Ό to 9Ύ.
Fabric E: 1. Change 1⅝ to 1⅞ and change 10Ό to
The Animal Block:
Change 1⅝ x 10Ό to
1⅞ x 9Ύ and change 10Ό A square to 9Ύ A
Change 1⅝ x 12½ to
1⅞ x 12½.
Change 1⅝ to 1⅞.
CHANGES FOR PILLOW:
Cut Fabric A squares 9Ύ and the (4) border strips
On the top of page 5,
change 4. a. to read:
corrected section is shown in bold type.)
a. Background triangles: Multiply the measurement x 1.414.
Add 1Ό to the total. (This
seam allowances.) Cut one square this size. Cut the
square in half twice
the diagonal to yield four background triangles.
(cover quilt: Northcott Cool Skins)
Page 2: PIECING THE BLOCKS and FLYING GEESE UNITS
A. 2. Add this sentence at the end: "Square up blocks to 8½ x 8½"."
Square-in-a-Square blocks need to be squared up to
6½ x 6½."
(cover quilt: Earth Tones)
all Queen size references to Double/Queen. The size should be
listed as 80 x 96.
. . . . .5 yards
. . . . . . . . . . . . .⅔ yard (Double/Queen).
. . . . . . .⅞ yard
. . . . . . . . . . . .4⅞ yards (Double/Queen).
. . . . ..8⅞ yards
. . . . 90 x 106
. . . . .45 x 57
Page 1, Cutting:
Fabric A: fifth bullet.
. . . change 11 to 10
sixth bullet. . . .change 10 to 9
Fabric B: first bullet.
. . . .change 3 to 2
Change to read: Prepare backing with vertical seams to measure
(69 x 85, 90 x 106). Press seams open.
Page 9, Finishing:
Change 45 x 55 to 45 x 57. The NOTE refers to the Crib
Fabric A. . . . 3/4 yard
. . . 6 1/8 yards
CUTTING: Fabric A
1. Trim to measure 22½ x 40½, centering design as desired.
Fabric D (21027-49):
2. In the third line, change "20 light and 20 dark triangles" to
"40 light and 40 dark triangles".
a. 1st tracing row: For this row only, measure 2Ό from
the top of the darkest strip (see bottom right corner
diagram below) and
draw a line along the entire length
fabric. Position the bottom of template on line. Trace
dark triangles along the length of fabric.
Make changes to the "1st tracing
row" as shown in the diagram below: