Unfortunately from time to time there are errors in printing or in the writing of pattern instructions. As soon as a problem is found it will be posted below. Please know we are VERY sorry for any problems that the error may have caused. All reported problems are noted and the master files are changed immediately for future printing. A quick look at your pattern will tell you if yours was printed before or after corrections and updates.
If you should find any pages missing in your pattern please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to send you an email or mail you a physical copy of the missing page. All patterns are hand packed and while we try to be very careful - mistakes do happen.
CORRECTION DATE 4/1/2013: ROBIN Pattern
Ommission of fabric requirement on pattern istruction page.
On page 1 of instructions the pattern omitted the 5" x 5" Orange fabric for the #10 breast piece of the bird.
Pattern piece is on pattern sheet.
The #18 breast piece is dark orange fabric 2" x 3". Patterns have been corrected for future printing.
CORRECTION DATE 12/27/2012: DECEMBER Holiday House
On Directions Page 1: Materials Needed – Change Step/Porch Columns from Grey to Taupe
Materials Needed – Change Step from Dark Grey to Dark Taupe
On Pattern Page 1 of 3: Front Porch Columns: Change pattern pieces 24-27 change from Grey to Taupe
On Pattern Page 2 of 3:
Front Steps -
pattern piece 12 change from Dark Grey to Dark Taupe
pattern piece 13 change from Dark Grey to Dark Taupe
CORRECTION DATE 11/27/2012: JANUARY Holiday House
Materials List: Please add: "Light Blue fabric (or organza) for Sunrays.......5" x 14"
There was an omission of the sun rays fabric and fabric amount from the instruction sheet under the Materials Needed section. Pattern master change has been made. Next run will reflect the change. Shop s may download the following link for printed corrections to drop in shop patterns or BOM patterns. January Materials List correction printed sheet.
CORRECTION DATE 5/27/2012: MAY Holiday House
Pattern Piece #29: Page 2 of pattern pieces.
The pattern piece #29 (a small green piece) is labeled correctly on the piece, however, the piece is so small that we had to put the descriptive type to the left of the piece. Above that type it says “28”. Please just ignore or cross out that number. It is piece 29. Pattern master change has been made. Next run will reflect the change.
CORRECTION DATE 3/21/2012: JUNE Holiday House
Pattern Piece #21: Chimney piece #21 replaced with pdf file below.
Under “Materials Needed” Cobblestone Medium Grey/Tan House 3” x 10” pattern piece listing should read: Cobblestone Dark Grey/Tan Chimney 3” x 10” On the pattern page piece # 21 shown chimney without top cap. Replacement chimney piece is below - click on link.Patterns shipped out before 3-21-2012 will need this updated pattern piece. The image on the outside of the packaging of the first run of patterns will picture the chimney as two pieces - however subsequent patterns will show the pone piece pattern on the covers. Shops and distributors may want to down load the multiple #21 pattern piece pdf to cut apart and add to the patterns you have on hand.
CORRECTION DATE 7/16/2011: Blocks Across America
On the CD: The “Alphabet” files might be corrupt.
There are two potential problems with the book published by C&T Publishing.
CORRECTION DATE 6/30/2011: DOGROSE PAPER PATTERN
Some patterns may be missing the correct #5 piece.
Earlier this year I renumbered floral patterns 1-12. In the case of the Dogrose I combined a few of the pieces in last printing as well as making the numbering sequential. The numbering is correct, however some patterns may only have half the remade piece #5, that is the pattern correction. Master file has been corrected and reprints will be accurate. All stock Dogrose patterns have been corrected as of 7/1/11
CORRECTION DATE 1/1/2011: FLORAL PAPER PATTERNS #1-#12
Renumbering of pattern pieces to be sequential for positioning
The first 12 Floral patterns were some of Zebra Patterns very first patterns. At the time I did not recognize the importance of sequential numbering. Finally in January of 2011 I went back and renumbered the first twelve patterns to be sequential for positioning. Older pattern numbering is correct but not sequential. Master files have been corrected and reprints will reflect sequential numbering.
CORRECTION DATE 3/15/2010: BLUEJAY BOM PAPER PATTERN
Incorrect numbering on pattern.
3/15/10 - Birds Block of the Month #2 Bluejay - BOM Positioning sheet only. The Bluejays' back is currently numbered 3 and it should be number 2 to match the pattern pieces. Number 3 is the birds' wing. All patterns printed after 3/15/10 will reflect the change.
CORRECTION DATE 6/18/2011: BEACH STAMP PAPER PATTERN
On page 2 in the instructions remove step 6 in “Piece Stamp Background” section.
Step 6 should be: Piece the 2 x 19” stripes to bottom of Sand.
If your directions say anything other than “Piece 2 x 19...” then you need to eliminate that instruction
. -it is duplicative and may cause confusion. Master file has been corrected and reprints will be accurate.
CORRECTION DATE 6/29/09 - 40018 Beach GetAway Stamp™ Missing Instruction Page -
Only needed if pattern purchased before 6/28/09. Email email@example.com for file to be sent to you.
CORRECTION DATE 11/1/2009: AMERICA PAPER PATTERN
Missing Scallop Border Page.
11/1/09 - 40050 America Forever NationStamp™ - Missing the Scallop border page. The first run of patterns printed are missing the scallop border page. Master file has been corrected and reprints will be accurate. All stock America patterns have been corrected as of 11/1/09
CORRECTION DATE 11/1/2009: BALTIMORE PAPER PATTERN
Incorrect numbering on pattern.
11/1/09 - 40007 Baltimore CityStamp™ - Number 16 piece is the Aquarium Neon is not labeled. There are two number 15 pieces. The smaller number 15 should be number 19. Master file has been corrected and reprints will be accurate. All stock Baltimore Stamp patterns have been corrected as of 11/1/09
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