I didn't know what to expect, but the e-book is actually very easy to read and navigate. I really appreciate seeing so many charts and setting possibilities. I do wish there were as many setting possibilities featured for the Courthouse Step blocks and Chevron blocks as for the traditional Log Cabin blocks, but that's probably just me thinking 'what if'? Fans of the new solid fabrics would probably be very interested in checking out the two beautiful Sara Miller quilts pictured. I know I was amazed and felt very inspired by them.
|Courthouse steps cutting chart for 5 block sizes|
|My cut list|
And this is where I noticed an error. The cutting charts are great. They have very clearly defined cuts for light and dark fabrics--very easy to follow and read. The only problem is, at the bottom of the Courthouse Step chart, they give directions to cut the longest dark lengths the exact same size as the longest light lengths. So watch out for that. I caught it pretty quickly and made the corrections on my own cut sheet (thankfully before I started cutting). You'll notice I also circled it on the Log Cabin chart page.
|A 9" (finished) courthouse step block|
|Small 4-block table runner.|