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« Reply #100 on: August 02, 2007 09:41:21 AM »

Nilla you are so smart. Smiley Now we can get all the info in one place!
I didn't like the July issue until I went to the book store and actually looked at the pics in person.  Cheesy I think this is the only issue I've ever really 'ooh'ed and 'ahh'ed over.

I'm really loving the 'Lacy Days of Summer' top/dress. I might make it into a baby doll top. I also really love the 'Crossover Top'. (Robyn Chachula--you are a genius of crochet design!) I'm thinging of making it with Caron SS and wearing it as a vest in winter over some of my thermal shirts. It might even look cute over turtle necks (if I owned any, that is) and dress shirts.
I have a simillar vest I got at the thrift store that I wore all last winter and this spring. I wore it over plain long sleeved t-s and my thermal shirt.
I had grandma copy the pattern for this one for me because I liked it so much. Smiley
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« Reply #101 on: February 16, 2017 10:33:48 PM »

I know this is an old post, but some info in case anyone checks back in...  Some libraries have Zinio magazine subscriptions.  The library in Nashville includes Crochet and Knitting mags downloadable for free!  The library is paying off the subscription and you can print/save whatever pages you want.  Also search the books feature on iPad and the like.  There are some free and cheap electronic options there as well.
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