Yep! It happens. . . Every so often an error slips through in a pattern, despite all my best efforts to catch every . . . last . . . detail. Find a mistake in a FLOCK pattern, check here, if it’s not here and you’re convinced that something is amiss, send an email and we’ll get right on it!
Laughing Gull (March 2018)
On page two, UNIT 1 in the first bullet, 1B is identified as “black” in parentheses. It should be identified as “gray.” Also UNIT 4 in the third bullet, 4D is identified as “gray” in parentheses. It should be identified as “background” Later versions of the pattern have been corrected.
Red-winged Blackbird (May 2018)
On page 3, the first bullet under “Block Assembly” suggests that the pressing should be toward the Wing Subassembly. The result may be better if this seam is pressed toward the Body Subassembly. That way there are two seam intersections that will nest when sewing the Tail Subassembly to the Body/Wing Subassembly (where the blue asterisk is circled in red).
Western Meadowlark (June 2018)
The label for unit 17C was left off the kitted fabric in error. It is noted correctly on the laser diagram on page 4 of the pattern.