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    « Tomorrow is Monday! | Main | Mystery Monday's...update »

    January 22, 2012


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    Gale Lavers

    I am using red, cream and pink with a small flower in it. I have part four done and look forward to next Monday's step five. I am really enjoying your mystery Monday's. Thanks for hosting.


    Hi - I am using shades of blue & yellow!
    But I do have a question - the second set of instructions says to use light background and main fabric and sew together. I have the 4x6 cut with light background, but the corresponding 4x6 pieces are not cut from the main fabric, rather the alternate. Did I cut wrong?
    Thanks -

    Carol in NY

    I e-mailed so I hoping you can shed some light but now I am really confused because the last lady said it was 4x6 and as I am reading says 2 1/4 light and 2/6 main, which I am not sure on that part since the cutting shows it to be the alternate fabric......not the main. Hopefully it will be cleared up for us.

    Sherri Falls

    The cutting is as stated in the pattern.
    The correction was the word alternate and main. You need to use the alternate fabric for the rectangles.

    Sherri Falls

    I have updated the pattern and the only change was the word alternate and main fabric for the rectangles.

    Thank you,

    Sherri K. Falls
    This That pattern Company

    Gale Lavers

    Since there were only two fabrics matching the sizes on the sewing diagram picture I sewed mine together and didn't even read. They are correct.

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