Hello, fellow curve-loving quilters!
It was recently brought to my attention that the printed version of the Indigo pattern has incorrect numbers listed for the *finished sizes* of the quilt. This does NOT affect the accuracy of the cutting instructions, fabric requirements or other instructions within the pattern.
Please refer to the correct finished quilt measurements below.
Baby: 32" x 32"
Throw: 53" x 64"
Queen: 95" x 95"
Thanks for your understanding and accept my apologies for the mistake. I really appreciate it when quilters let me know if they find errors in my patterns. Thank goodness it doesn't happen often! (-:
The PDF pattern...
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Here we go!
To make one like mine, you'll find the fabrics featured sold in the Color Girl Shop.
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