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minh Posted - 08/09/2012 : 8:11:56 PM
Forget about the heat and get started planning your fall projects!
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kbshee Posted - 08/10/2012 : 3:37:22 PM
I bought the patterns for Barberry and Foxwoods. Good issue.

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noallatin Posted - 08/10/2012 : 1:02:44 PM
Patshere, I am in total agreement with you about the Norah Gaughan vertical v-stripe sweater. I thought it was oversized for the model but not in a flattering way. However, I liked the Barberry sweater and the Bayfield shawl.
Patshere Posted - 08/10/2012 : 06:31:30 AM
I just took a look. I adore the owl mittens and will probably make several pairs for the youngsters in my life. Breckenridge also speaks to me (I'm a fan of Fiona's designs).

Meanwhile, sorry Norah, but I don't "get" why many of Norah Gaughan's patterns are so unflattering to the female body. In this issue, Connate and Crosstrail scream, "Look at my (huge) hips". Thoughts?

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