The symbols for Bandana and Tarnished Gold were switched. Bandana is used for the red portions of the flag and noted with a 'forward slash' symbol; Tarnished Gold is one of the colors used for the text and noted with an 'up arrow' symbol.
In early printings, two symbols are switched. The solid circle symbol is DMC 310 and the solid square symbol is DMC 158.
In early printings, the symbols for Baby Spinach and Gold Leaf are switched in the color key. Baby Spinach is the 'up' arrow symbol; Gold Leaf is the 'circle' symbol.
In early printings, the symbols for Whiskey and Oilcloth were switched.
Oilcloth should be noted with an asterisk * symbol, and Whiskey is the slash \ symbol.
Refer to the photos for additional reference.
Color Key Correction:
The symbols for Gentle Art "Caramel Corn" and Weeks Dye Works "Dirt Road" are switched in the color key of initial printings.
Please note the symbol for Caramel Corn should be an 'open' circle, and the symbol for Dirt Road is the *asterisk*.
Oops! Early printings of Naughty or Nice? have a symbol error on the berry charts. The 'checkmark' symbol is stitched using Oilcoth floss, and should be a bold 'x' symbol.
Also, the straight stitch 'star' motifs on the Nice Berry are worked using one ply of Bee's Knees floss.
On the color key for the berry and drum, the symbol should be a 'circle'.
There is an error in the color key for the larger sampler shown on linen. The color "Gold" from Weeks Dye Works should be a small 'x' symbol.
Also, an error on the small chart: the solid heart symbol should be the 'hollow' circle symbol, stitched with "Blue Heron".
The word "beatitudes" is misspelled in the bottom border band of the overall design. Please refer to this PDF chart for the correction.
I've received a few messages that the chartpak is missing the color key. It should be on the reverse side of the first page with general information about the sampler. If not, please download this PDF file: Christy Barron-instructions & color key
The 'solid square' symbol was omitted from the color key in the first shipments of Turkey Time.
Please use Concord from Weeks Dye Works here.
A corrected color key is available here for easy reference.
Twenty-plus years and several hundred titles mean that I’m not always perfect! I hate those errors appear occasionally – but it happens. If you have an early printing of one of these designs, this page provides you with those corrections.