Mystery Monday oops

Maggi has just pointed out that our maths is rubbish (actually she was more polite than that!) and that we’ve made an error in the number of pieces we asked you to cut out. The bad news is that its even more. Here’s the amended list.

Unit 2     Flying Geese. The finished size of this unit is 4” x 2”.

From Fabric A cut 4 rectangles 2½” x 4½”          or 1, 5¼” square cut in 4 diagonally

From Fabric B cut 16 rectangles 2½” x 4½”        or 4, 5¼” squares cut in 4 diagonally

From Fabric D cut 44 rectangles 2½” x 4½”        or 11, 5¼” squares cut in 4 diagonally

From Fabric A cut 16 squares 2½”                     or 8, 2⅞” squares cut in half diagonally

From Fabric B cut 96 squares 2½”                     or 48, 2⅞” squares cut in half diagonally

From Fabric D cut 16 squares 2½”                     or 8, 2⅞” squares cut in half diagonally

The amended pdf is now available to download.

It only concerns the number of B squares and triangles – A and D remain the same.

Keep cutting … Remember you have an extra week for this step. Now its time to go and lie down in a darkened room.

PS. For those of a fretful mind (we know who we are – B) – the yardages are fine!

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3 thoughts on “Mystery Monday oops

  1. The only reason I noticed it was that I didn’t have enough squares to finish!! I now feel very smug as I just kept on cutting and sewing until I had them all done.

  2. HI I use to make mystery quilts and thought i would try again. its been awhile. is it possible that you have all the instructions in inches it would be easier. looking forward to the quilt. Pat

    • Hi Pat, we’d be delighted to have you join the Mystery Monday folks. All the instructions are in inches and we will give the fabric requirements for future Mysteries in both yards and metres. UK fabric sales are in metric measurement and UK quilters work in imperial measurements – this is called progress!

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