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    Profile photo of Judith WinterbottomJudith Winterbottom @judywinterbottom

    I am getting ready to cut out the swing set tunic but can’t find any numbers in the copyright box to determine which printing it is. It does have a 2007-2008 date in the copyright box. Can anybody help?

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    Profile photo of SarviSarvi @Sarvi

    Hi Judith, I haven’t got my copy handy, but could you snap a pic of yours so I can see what you’re seeing? Maybe it’s in a different spot than usual?

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    Profile photo of Judith WinterbottomJudith Winterbottom @judywinterbottom

    Hope this works…. First time I’ve sent a picture.

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    Profile photo of SarviSarvi @Sarvi

    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you! I don’t seem to be able to find my copy of that pattern, but there may be an easier way to determine which printing you have, as there are errata for the first printing.

    Do you see this on your pattern piece #4 or are all the labels in order?

    “Finally, please note that in the first printing of the small sizes (0-3m, 3-6m, 6-12m, 12-18m, and 18-24m), piece #4 was mislabeled as 6-12 months for the size 12-18 month and 18-24 month pattern pieces. Because the pattern pieces for each size are printed in rows, you should easily be able to determine the correct pattern piece for each size.”

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    Profile photo of Judith WinterbottomJudith Winterbottom @judywinterbottom

    Thank you so much!!! I guess I do have a first printing.

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    Profile photo of SarviSarvi @Sarvi

    Ok, great to know — the very first set of patterns were a little bit different in how some of the info was presented, compared to the protocol used now, and I suspect that a box I’m seeing on my pattern sheet that has some numbers in it like 30201, 1/1 – 1/2 REV may be the older way that versions were noted, but I don’t know how to interpret those numbers. I hadn’t noticed before now that the long string of numbers wasn’t in use at the time!

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