er·ra·tum  | \ e-ˈrä-təm. plural errata\ e-​ˈrä-​tə 

  1. an error in printing or writing.
    • a list of errors in a printed work discovered after printing and shown with corrections also: a page bearing such a list

In other words: Despite my best efforts to the contrary, I make mistakes! Here’s my OFFICIAL page for calling them to your attention as you embark upon creating with my quilt patterns. Two things before you move on:

a) I thank you for checking here first, as you begin any pattern I’ve written.

b) If you discover what you think may be an error in a pattern I’ve written and you don’t find a correction for it below – PLEASE feel comfortable reaching out to draw it to my attention. Know that I always want to know so I can correct it.

Trixie's Tree Farm

In the Cutting Instructions on page 2, where it indicates the needed size for cutting the G and H rectangles, as 4 1/4" and 3" respectively, 1/8" should be added to each measurement as shown below. In the event you've already cut these pieces to the original size noted, no sweat! Just join them to the trunk unit using a very scant 1/4" seam allowance instead of a standard 1/4".

At the top of Page 6 where instructions are given for joining your step 13 half rectangle triangles, make the adjustment to join them using a SCANT 1/4"seam allowance as show below, rather than using a standard 1/4" seam allowance. this will provide a little more wiggle room when trimming to the finished size needed.

Jiggity Jig

At the start of the Cutting Instructions on page 1, where it indicates the needed squares for cutting Fabric D is (4), it should read that you need (12) – as shown below:

Jiggity Jig Pattern Errata 1