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Revision as of 02:22, 1 January 2011

Damage and number of blocks

It seems that damage does dictate the number of blocks (or strips) you can tear something up into.

The red-brown smock (1) is in very good condition.
The yellow smock (2) is in decent condition.
>tear smock test
The yellow smock would divide up into 3 strips and 1 quilting blocks.
>tear smock 2 test
The red-brown smock would divide up into 4 strips and 1 quilting blocks.
>sew smock
You pull a grey cotton thread from the thread spool.
You thread the small silver needle with a grey cotton thread.
You neatly stitch the yellow smock up with the small silver needle.  The yellow smock looks as good as new.
>sew red-brown smock
You pull a grey cotton thread from the thread spool.
You thread the small silver needle with a grey cotton thread.
You stitch the red-brown smock up with the small silver needle.  The red-brown smock looks as good as new.
>tear smock test
The red-brown smock would divide up into 5 strips and 2 quilting blocks.
>tear smock 2 test
The yellow smock would divide up into 5 strips and 2 quilting blocks.
>tb smock
You tear the red-brown smock into two quilting blocks.
>tb smock
You tear the yellow smock into two quilting blocks.

(I'm assuming that "tear x test" is accurate for things you can actually tear up, as far as this goes, even though it sometimes indicates that you can tear something up when you actually can't.)

Anyone else think it would be a good idea to just list the maximum blocks you can get from an item?

--Ilde 00:23, 1 December 2010 (UTC)

I concur --Groth

Um... hm. Okay, I guess that may not be the entire picture. Twice, now, I've encountered an item that didn't yield the expected number of blocks, despite being in apparently perfect condition. I started with three moon dragon shirts...
men shirt
You pull a yellow cotton thread from the thread spool.
You thread the small silver needle with a yellow cotton thread.
One of the moon dragon shirts doesn't need to be mended.
mdc shirt 2
You neatly stitch one of the moon dragon shirts up with the small silver needle.  One of the moon dragon shirts looks as good as new.
men shirt 3
You pull a yellow cotton thread from the thread spool.
You thread the small silver needle with a yellow cotton thread.
You neatly stitch one of the moon dragon shirts up with the small silver needle.  One of the moon dragon shirts looks as good as new.
tb shirt
You tear one of the moon dragon shirts into three quilting blocks.
You drop three golden orange cotton quilting blocks.
tb shirt
You tear the rich red moon dragon shirt into four quilting blocks.
You drop four rich red cotton quilting blocks.
tb shirt
You tear the grass yellow moon dragon shirt into four quilting blocks.
You drop four grass yellow cotton quilting blocks.
So, as far as I can tell, the golden orange one wasn't the least bit damaged (either it was one I mended up to look as good as new, or it didn't need to be mended), and yet it only gave three blocks. Either there's some randomness and/or a skillcheck to determine how many blocks you can get from a particular item with a particular condition, or damage and mending doesn't work the way it seems to, and something can be very slightly damaged without being mendable.
--Ilde 23:25, 31 December 2010 (UTC)

Applique patterns and results

Simple Applique Shapes for Beginners

bonuses[1] shape description
154 square neatly cut square
154 square expertly cut square
154 square delicately cut square
154 square intricately cut square
154 diamond uneven diamond
154 diamond diamond
154 diamond neatly cut diamond
154 diamond pointy diamond
154 triangle uneven triangle
154 triangle simple triangle
154 triangle neatly cut triangle
154 circle lopsided oval
154 circle small circle
154 circle delicately cut circle
154 love heart lopsided love heart
154 love heart large love heart
154 love heart love heart
154 love heart cute love heart
154 crescent moon crooked crescent
154 crescent moon large crescent moon
154 crescent moon neatly cut crescent moon
154-168 octagon crooked octagon
154-168 octagon large octagon
154-168 octagon octagon
154 star frayed star
154 star poorly cut star
154 star simple star

A Lancrastian Quilt

bonuses shape Result
154 witch's hat pointy hat
154 witch's hat small pointy hat
154 witch's hat pointy witch's hat
154 jester's hat crooked hat
154 jester's hat small jester's hat

Applique Patterns for Intermediate and Expert Quilters

bonuses shape Result
154 mountain pointy
154 mountain jagged
154 cauldron bumpy
154 cauldron stout
154 cauldron simple
154 cottage ugly
154 cottage crooked
154 bear distorted
154 wolf ugly
154 tree ugly
154 tree strange

Loose patterns

Individual patterns can sometimes be found in mystery bags of quilting supplies in the needlework shop on Loom Alley in Ankh-Morpork.

bonuses shape Result
154 butterfly lopsided
154 butterfly [no description]

Footnotes

  1. Range of crafts.arts.design bonuses the result has been achieved with.