In 2002-2003, a website called Patchwork Planet had a free BOM called Chaos Harmony.
Now all I have to do is measure the sections that I have finished up until this point to see if they are the sizes that they should be, regardless what the pattern says. I just decided to go with what the pattern says is the final size, and made the blocks fit in that size.
I have never designed patterns, so I don't speak from experience, but I think that if I did, I would check and make sure it was correct before I released it. Marcia from QUILTER'S CACHE has people that test her patterns before she puts them on her site. I used to be a pattern tester for her.
Knitting patterns that contain mistakes really get to me. Mostly because I don't know how to figure out if they are wrong until it is too late. I am still knitting along on my bead-laden shawl. I am a few clues behind. Mostly because it is time consuming, and I have other things to do, also, for instance, one clue had 4 or 5 corrections before the first 3 days past after the clues came out. I've even stopped printing the patterns out until I am going to do them, hoping that all of the mistakes in the pattern have been found. Fortunately, this woman really designs beautiful things. They are very creative. So I will do another mystery with her now that I know that patience is the key to a good knit.
I hope that you all are well! Will be back again soon. teri