Night Star Correction

Happy Home Correction

Our first run of Snow buddies sent to Moda was printed with the wrong pattern back..Please contact us if you would like us to send you a new back. Or you can print this one here…Sorry for the inconvenience.

Snow Buddies Table Mat error

Land of the Free..Home of the Brave Correction


I am so sorry for all the errors in the LIBERTY GATHERINGS Pattern….We are beside ourselves and can only blame it on the crunch that happens before market…I stitched the 16 applique blocks and I should have personally proofed the pieced block directions, so my fault for not checking them as we published this pattern under Primitive Gatherings…… going forward we will defiantly be doing things different on a collaboration pattern… We thank everyone who has let us know of the errors they found.

03 18 17 Cutting Chart Liberty Gatherings   This is a cutting chart for the whole quilt…Val who is teaching this as a BOM went through the pattern and listed the fabrics and the cutting amounts and found the errors…a little to late but thank you Val for doing this extra work to help everyone…

03 18 17 Piecing Cutting Corrections Liberty GatheringsThese are Val’s corrections she has found…I am adding this one as well as it might contain some we didn’t have already…

Liberty Gatherings CorrectionsCorrections which may already be in Val’s corrections…width of the wool stems and we didn’t like how one of the stitched words looks so we gave you a new one with better spacing….









Snowflake Garden…We have printed 100 patterns with this error…please adjust your pattern

From each blue fabric cut 5- 3 3/8″ squares- you will need 45 total
From each blue fabric cut 14 3″ squares- you will need 132
from each of the 6 light fabrics cut 11- 3 3/8″ squares- you will need 62 total…
so sorry for this inconvenience…

Correction to Itty Bitty Primitive Pinwheels Supplies

correction to underground railroad pattern

Primitive Bride– The pattern should read 3 1/2 yds Primitive Muslin-blocks and borders-by Moda Fabrics-1040-27.  We have changed our in stock patterns.  If you have purchased a kit before October 31 2012, your kit only has the 2 1/2 yds in it.  You will need 1 more yard.  We did not charge for the extra yard in the kit, but if you contact us we will get you the additional yard, provided you can send us proof of purchase- picture of your kit would be fine or something like that.


  1. 1 penny clark
    January 4, 2011 at 8:40 am

    I have just completed two projects from your book summer gatherings, I love your patterns! Cant wait to do more.Keep the books coming.I plan to buy them all.Thnaks for all the great ideas.Penny

  2. 2 Maryln Zelenz
    March 24, 2011 at 11:44 am

    I purchased a kit for the Christmas Time Table mat and when sorting through, I find No Black Homespun. This is listed in the required items, but above the “Not included” list. O therefore assume that this is an oversite. The phone number included on the pattern is “not a working number”

    Maryln Zelenz
    209 Lavender Dr
    Cedar Hill TX 75104

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  4. November 26, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    I just cut my sashing for the Summer Holidays quilt in your Summer Gatherings book. Unfortunately I believe that the cutting directions are wrong. My blocks are 14.5 inches and I think that is correct, your book says they are 13.5 and it tells us to cut sashing 5 x 14 inches – 1/2 inch too short! 😦 Is it me???

  5. 7 Jean Finnegan
    December 30, 2011 at 2:51 pm

    Hi Lisa,
    I recently purchased your pattern ” A Little Northwind” and in the cutting directions you have us cutting 2″ strips.
    The supply list calls for 1″ finished size triangle thangles, but that leaves 1/4 ” overhang on either side of the thangles strip. Should it have read 2″ finished size?

    Please let me know
    Jean Finnegan

  6. 8 Judy
    January 2, 2012 at 6:26 pm

    Maybe I am doing something wrong but the Pinwheel Garden pattern calls for 1 1/2″ finished triangles on a roll. I purchased that size but it is way too big for the 5″ squares I bought at your shop. Is the thangle size correct or am I doing something wrong?

    Love everything you have.

    • January 2, 2012 at 9:20 pm

      if you look closely at the picturei used 1-1/2″ Triangles on a roll. We though we had all of the patterns corrected..but that is what is wrong…I assumed any of the triangle papers would work, but the Thangles are too long. So you need to get the Triangles on a roll and cut them like i did on the diagram. I have changed it to say you need both kinds of papers…sorry you purchased one of the old ones and that this happened. Lisa

  7. 10 kathy
    April 4, 2012 at 6:38 pm

    Is the pinwheel pattern the one from June ’11? if so, I love it and would love to get the pattern.

  8. 12 Leanne Hurley
    May 15, 2012 at 6:44 pm

    Where can I get the Settler’s Trail pattern?

  9. 14 Darlene
    December 26, 2012 at 4:18 pm

    could you make a pattern for your tree skirt with stars on it? It would be fun to make. if someone else made that pattern could you please me know. Thank you and A happy New year to you/!

  10. 16 Barbara Bennett
    February 26, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    Can’t wait til your snowmen and fabric come out! Absolutely LOVE IT!\

  11. 17 Linda Gabrielse
    March 2, 2013 at 7:55 am

    Hi Lisa,
    I recently purchased Summer Gatherings and a kit for the blue bird table runner. Are the birds supposed to be blue? There was no blue wool in the kit and on the side bar in the book, there is no listing for any blue (it is also the onlly pattern with wool that didn’t list what the colors were used for). I can certainly fill it in on my own but was wondering if that was intentional.

    • March 2, 2013 at 8:00 am

      Yes, but it is a drab blue… It shows much brighter in the photo…count your pieces of wool and see if you have an extra… If you are missing it we surely can send you one…
      Please call the shop if we need to get one out to you…
      All I can say about the threads is that carole wrote/stitched that pattern and maybe forgot to include them???

  12. 19 Becky
    May 27, 2013 at 12:51 am

    In Lancaster, PA, at the APQS Quilt show, I purchased the Nine-Patch Gatherings book and a pack of 3 1/2″ light and dark repro fabric (100 prints). I was told that the fabric was enough to make 5 of the patterns in the book, but I didn’t write down which five. Can you please let me know which five patterns?

  13. 20 Melanie Scharch
    May 30, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    I’m confused. The snowflake garden pattern says that the hst units should finish at 3-1/2″. How can that be if we start out with 3-3/8″ squares? Also shouldn’t the hst unit finish at 3″ to match the other 3″ cut whole squares. Help!

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  15. 23 D Johnson
    July 18, 2013 at 12:48 pm

    I want to make Northern lights from summer gathering, but how can it finish at 94 x 107 with only 2 yds of backing per supply list

  16. 25 Ann Tascone
    October 1, 2013 at 7:37 am

    Is the
    Middle Child bonus project coming soon?

  17. 27 Bonnie Beil
    November 5, 2013 at 1:30 pm

    Hi Lisa..I’m looking for the Halloween quilt pattern, with pumpkins going around te outside. Could you tell me how to purchase pattern. Thanks, Bonnie

  18. 29 Donna Pittman
    November 9, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    I’m just finishing “Acorns and Leaves Table Mat”. I am checking your site to get a better look at the
    veins in the leaves. Also, how to create a “fray check”. Thanks, Donna

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  21. 32 Donna
    March 22, 2014 at 4:56 pm

    I purchased the Primitive Gatherings Mini Alphabet Quilt I am doing some wording on a quilt and have discovered two of the alphabet patterns to have a mis measured piece in the pattern. I didn’t notice anyone catching errors in Corrections To Our Patterns. Patterns F and N are incorrect I think. Please double check me, and in the meantime I will continue make words. Any possibility of punctuation and numbers in a pattern?

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  23. September 7, 2014 at 3:06 pm

    i am putting “Be the good” blocks together..
    The borders instructions say to cut 2 1/2″. the pic says 3″. 3″ is correct because i will have to cut down my vase or really pay attention to placement to get it to fit in the border.

  24. January 11, 2015 at 5:49 am

    Hi Lisa ! I have a question about the “Garden walk table mat” (from the book “Summer Gatherings) : is it a perfect circle ? I have drawn the scalloped pattern on fusible web, but it’s not round. There’s a difference of about 1 inch (a little less) between the two borders of the pattern. Did I make something wrong ? Is there a correction somewhere ?
    With kind regards,
    Anne – Tempus fugit, France

    • January 11, 2015 at 7:04 am

      Anne.. I have not ever heard of this one…mine looks round, but i dusbt get out the measuring taoe to check it… I am not by the warrhouse so i can check on it.. But draw two intersecting center lines through the mat then trace one set of the four scallops 4 tiimes and see if that helps.. , but like i said. Itcould be slightly off but i didnt notice it in oursvif it is… But we just made a new one for the california store and theblafy didnt say/notice anything off… Will get back tovuou on monday uf you gave not soulved it by then

  25. 38 Teresa
    January 25, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    Hi Lisa, I haven’t seen it listed but I think the block of the month for the Primitive Garden (for the month of January) the one that goes on the left hand side, is not to be reversed. Looking at the picture, I reversed the pattern for the other blocks. This one seems to already be reversed.

  26. 39 Elisabeth
    March 14, 2016 at 8:09 am

    i have a question about the marrieta stars quilt top. I´m at the point of having all blocks in rows together now the question is ” trim quilt if needed “1/4 inch from the blocks?? A big hello from Germany

  27. 41 Lucille
    March 27, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    Hi. I am working on the homestead quilt. On B. It states 112 single
    HST — 56 paper HST = 28 four patches. Then the number of 4 patches
    B=2. HH=10 and OO= 3. That only totals 15 four patches
    Where do the other 13 HST go?

  28. 43 Cyndy
    January 22, 2017 at 8:37 pm

    I just purchased your pattern, “A Penny Gathering”, at Road to California yesterday. On the outside it says the quilt finishes at 27″ x 27″; on the inside front cover it says the finished quilt is 72′” x 72″! After doing some quick math, I assume the latter dimension is a typo? Looking forward to starting this project. Are there any significant errors in this pattern that I should be aware of?

    • January 22, 2017 at 8:55 pm

      Yes… it is a typo.. it is 27×27… we will get it changed and thank you for letting Ilya know… there are no know errors in this pattern… I’ve seen many of them done and no one has said anything

  29. 45 Karen
    January 26, 2017 at 8:35 pm

    Lisa. My first time using your patterns and working on Fresh Cut Daisies. Because I am new to this, I don’t know how may strands of floss is needed as I work on this. I used one strand for the blanket stitch but am not sure how many strands to use on the jar lid and words. Help!

  30. 47 Carol Cox
    January 27, 2017 at 3:57 pm

    Your pattern instructions included a look at your blog for any corrections. Can I assume that the pattern entitled Crop Circles dated 2016 has no corrections?

  31. 49 Donna Hoel
    February 21, 2017 at 3:27 pm

    Can I still get corrected Block pattern for Magic of Christmas block. 3. I saw it on sight but can’t seem to get it.

  32. February 22, 2017 at 7:24 am

    I am currently working on Colfax County, I purchased the pattern quite awhile ago at your booth at a show but I didn’t see a correction listed in this section of your website so I thought I would mention that the middle layout picture for the star is wrong (top right unit is turned incorrectly)–This is on the page that begins with “making the 24 star blocks”. It is correct in the lower picture and in the photo. Threw me off but caught it before I did any sewing together. It is a beauty of a pattern and I am excited to be done with prep and to be getting ready to sew stars, thanks for your pattern!

  33. 51 Gwynne
    February 27, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    I am trying to work on kits for the Patriot Pattern. The cutting instructions are different for the dark vs the light and I cannot figure out why. The 13 reds should be the same for the dark and light correct? The “light” on the dark version should be the same cutting and requirements as the “blue” on the light version? But it is not listed that way. Am I missing something or is the pattern wrong? It seems to me like the light version may be the correct requirements and cutting. Thank you!

  34. 53 Janet Whitney
    March 5, 2017 at 10:56 pm

    Hello! I am starting my Daurmont quilt and have received my first two block kits. Looking at the paper pattern and the circles, “D” measures 2″; “E” measures 1″, and pattern “F” measures 5/8″. The instructions, however, indicate to “cut 9 circles of shape E and F… and the example states: Trace 9 – 3/4″ circles onto a 3″ x 3″ fusible web…Repeat for the larger circles using a 4″ x 4″ fusible and the 1 1/8” circle. Is the drawn pattern incorrect or the written instructions? What size should these circles be? I’ve stopped everything until I receive a response. I don’t see anything listed under your pattern corrections. Thank you.

    • March 6, 2017 at 6:04 am

      Hi Janet…I’m so sorry we have not found this error yet…I do not have access to the pattern here…but I would trace the size they physically are on the the drawn pattern/layout…that will be the correct size, but really either size will work, so nothing will be detrimental to the outcome…I don’t know where this got changed, maybe when the graphic designer cleaned up my drawing???…I will list this correction when I get into the office and am able to check it out..thank you for letting us know of this issue

  35. March 16, 2017 at 8:05 pm

    Hello Lisa, I cut out my center block of liberty gatherings after checking pattern corrections on store website and didn’t see any corrections, so proceeded with what was written. Now trying to sew them together I think some of the cutting dimensions are incorrect. I checked your blog and realized there were some corrections. Please check the center tan square dimensions for H – 4 1/2 and red F 51/4 cut diagonal do not seem correct. The red is way too large for the center square. Sorry you are having issues with the pattern, the quilt is beautiful.

  36. 57 Janet Whitney
    March 20, 2017 at 10:18 pm

    Hi Lisa! I am working on my Daurmont quilt and I’m wondering why you choose to use the recommended Steam a Seam 2. I realize there are several options, from using an iron on stabilizer to using nothing at all. Is it just to help the wool pieces adhere for stitching? Does it make a hanging quilt hang better? Does it extend the life of the quilt? I think using a stabilizer makes it difficult to stitch through, and I’m debating whether I like the look of the wool once it’s been ironed because it loses it’s dimensional qualities; it’s flat. I’ve done wool appliqué both ways; I’m just wondering why you use it. Thank you!

  37. 58 Jody Nissen
    March 29, 2017 at 10:41 am

    I am working on the “Perserverance” pattern using the Liberty gatherings charm pack and 21 rows does not come out to finished size of 36.75″! Disapointed it is so short as I was making for a gift .

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  39. 60 Lisa L.
    October 13, 2017 at 7:26 pm

    Working on Layers of Fun. Cutting instructions say cut 4 – 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ squares from 10″ squares. Should it be 9″ not 10″ so there is no waste and requiring extra cuts?

  40. 62 Joan Niemeyer
    October 14, 2017 at 4:04 pm

    I have just bought the pattern Daurmont quilt 72 x72 and the wool kit – is there any corrections to this pattern that I should know before starting??

  41. 64 Carmen Rendon
    October 15, 2017 at 9:41 am

    Hello! I bought the pattern Potted Getanium Pillow & bought the threads listed on the back. However the thread required thread on the inside of the pattern shows valdani 12 204 and #8 Dmc 356, not H204 and P8 as is on the back. Please let me know if this will affect the look of the completed pillow,?since I really like the pattern colors used in the picture. I can’t tell which leaf is which (clover, petunia) or if it matters for the flower since dmc is usually floss. Just let me know—thx! Love your wool patterns!

    • October 15, 2017 at 10:12 am

      Hi Carmen…we do not use DMC anymore- so the ones on the back are correct…so we must have missed that on the inside…use whatever threads looks best…you didn’t say if you bought our kits…so really it all depends on what wool you are using…thank you!!! LB

  42. 66 Joanne Belka
    November 18, 2017 at 9:43 pm

    On the snowman buddies table mat. I just don’t understand how to make the hexagons. I made them and they turned out way too small for the snowman. The directions say to cut away the blue fabric 1/2 inch away from freezer paper is that correct? Need help

  43. December 2, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    I just bought a kit from a lady in South Dakota. It is called 2017 Summer Block of the week with 12 blocks. Reading the instructions that were sent with the kit, it mentions triangle papers. These were not in the kit. Can I order them from you or can you tell me the size of them. I live in Kansas and my email is Thank you for your response.

  44. 71 Gail
    December 3, 2017 at 6:12 am

    Hi Lisa. I just received the large Candy Cane Ornies and can’t wait to get started. There are no directions. I know I should be able to forgive it out but directions would be nice. Help lol.


    • December 6, 2017 at 9:42 pm

      The directions are in the packet of free patterns…if you did not order during the Christmas event and didn’t receive the pattern pack the pattern is sold separate because you only need one pattern for the multiple sizes and if you want more than one kit your not purchasing a pattern every time…please call the shop if you need help….920-722-7233

  45. 73 Jill Evans
    December 26, 2017 at 3:02 pm

    Hi Lisa, I’m working on Snowflake Catcher and there isn’t a pattern for the road. Is mine missing or is there an error? Jill

  46. January 30, 2018 at 8:14 pm

    Hi Lisa, I am a newbie to quilting. Like crazy new and just figured out what a ‘jelly roll’ is. Lol anyways, I got the snowman collector wall quilt from a quilting store while I was visiting home. Now that I 2k miles away I find myself a little confused. Likely because I am new and don’t know what I am doing yet. Is there a ‘support group’ I can contact to help. My town does not have a quilting store because it flooded in a recent hurricane, maybe in a few months we will have it back. I am not sure where to ask questions and have patterns translated into newbie dummy speak. I want to learn, not stop. And the snow man collector is perfect for my grandma! 🙂

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