We do our very best to make error-free patterns, but sometimes something will slip through the cracks. Please search our patterns below (organized alphabetically) for any updates! Thank You.
June 6, 2015
We’ve adjusted the pattern for sizes 3-9 months to give a wider leg and roomier fit.
JUNE 3, 2015
We added 1 1/2 inches to the width of the Sleeves for all versions to make a wider armhole and roomier fit.
SEPTEMBER 2, 2014
In the CUT section, the Waistband measurement for Kids’ size 11 has been added as 33 1/2 inches. A measurement for the bias strips for Kids’ size 11 has also been added as 48 inches.
DECEMBER 16, 2014
Yardage for the Michael Miller Organic Fleece has changed from 2 yards, to 1 1/2 to 2 yards
AUGUST 26, 2014
In the PIECE THE WRAP section the following additions have been made…
Sew along the pinned line 1/4 inch from the raw edge twice.
Remove the pins and turn the scarf over. Now sew 1/4 inch from the raw edge on the other side twice.
OCTOBER 17, 2014
In the CUT section of the Edged Pillowcase Pattern, the measurements have changed to…
From the Main Color, cut two 21 by 57 ½ (21 by 65 ½, 21 by 73 ½)–inch rectangles From the Contrasting Color, cut two 21 by 7 ½ inch rectangles.
In the CUT section of the Solid Pillowcase Pattern, the measurements have changed to…
Cut two 21 by 64 (21 by 72, 21 by 80)–inch rectangles.
AUGUST 26, 2014
Step 2 has changed to “Use the non-slip ruler to measure 6 1/2 inches from the left edge along the seam between Color A and B…”
Step 3 has changed to “Continue to place pins equidistantly across the entire length of the seam.”
SEPTEMBER 9, 2016
The instructions for cutting the bias tape (at the bottom of page 1) are incorrect. Instead of: From the bias tape, cut…
- One 92-inch length. This is the Handle Piece.
- One 64-inch length. This is the Strap.
It should read: From the bias tape, cut…
- Two 33-inch lengths
MAY 13, 2014
Under CUT, the dimensions for the Belt pieces (7a and 7b) have changed to 6 inches by 35 (36, 37, 38 39) inches.
JUNE 30, 2016
Some of our readers (but not all!) have found that the Sleeve and Shoulder seams of the Women’s Robe can feel a little tight. If you’re worried about this happening for you, or if you’re already experiencing this problem, please follow our thorough instructions for widening this section of the Robe. They are in the Update: Adding Room to the Sleeve and Shoulder Seam section of the original story.