Pattern Erratta

Although extreme effort goes into testing patterns and editing text before print, sometimes mistakes are inadvertently introduced. Below are corrections (changes bolded):

Vintage Quilt Revival:

Crosspatch Bag - Page 59
From white fabric, cut: 8 strips 2" x 5"; 16 squares 2" x 2"
From light gray fabric, cut: 32 squares 2" x 2"

Classic Mosaic No. 19 Block - Page 76
From white fabric, cut: 1 square 4-3/4" x 4-3/4" 

Spin it Again Quilt - Page 89
From each solid fabric, cut: 10 squares 5" x 5"; cut in half diagonally to make 20 half-square triangles

Classic Double Windmill Block - Page 120
Cut from cream fabric (B4): 3-1/2" x 5" (Cut 2)
Cut from cream fabric (A5): 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" (Cut 1)
Cut from green fabric (A4): 5"x 5", cut in half on the diagonal (Cut 1)

Double Dutch Table Runner - Page 122
From dark gray solid fabric, cut (B4): 3-1/2" x 5" (Cut 8)

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