OK, I have been all through the pattern and there are a number of instances where I use “stamp” interchangeably with “postmark.” There is one on the back cover where dark blue stamp should be dark blue postmark. Also on the back cover the light brown and dark brown postmark prints are just called “post” and not postmark. There are additional instances on pages 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 13 where the work “stamp” is used instead of “postmark”. It is only used in reference to the red and dark blue postmark print fabrics. The two browns are consistently labeled “postmark” except as noted on the cover where they are truncated to “post.” Despite this confusion in fabric names, the fabric SKUs or numbers are correct in each of the block cutting charts.
NOTE: It is best to NOT prewash pre-printed fabrics such as panels and border prints. The fabric goes through many processes to be delivered to the consumer and there may be some size variations. If you’re unable to cut the panels or pre-print blocks to the size mentioned in the two Stitch in Time patterns (above), cut the pieces to a size that works for your panels and adjust any other measurements accordingly.
Download the correction documents for specific instructions for each pattern.