My first problem was there were about 5 pages of pattern pieces because each piece was printed twice in two different sizes. Normally I like this because it makes the pattern last a little longer but I was starting to feel the time crunch and didn't want to search through all the pages to find the right pieces. The next thing was my fault. I read the pattern piece wrong. There were two different cutting lines for the body of the cape but I only saw the bottom one which meant I didn't have enough fabric. Once I figured out my mistake I was good to go until...the pattern info was wrong. I bought the gingham to be the cape's lining. The back of the package said I needed the same amount of fabric no matter the width, 45"-60". That was wrong. I couldn't make it work and now I have to go back to the store tomorrow for more fabric. Like I really have time for that. We're having company for dinner. Those are my only complaints today. There might be more later. Like I'm sure it won't really be a 2 hour project like the package claims. Does anyone really get projects done in the time stated on the envelope? I don't think I ever have. That might be the user's fault though.