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lost pattern

Posted by muff821 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 18, 08 at 22:12

I have been trying to find the pattern for a cable stitch pull over sweatr. It was in either Family Circle or Woman's Day about 10 years. Have front and back done and now can't find my pattern. I believe it was called "Joan Collins" sweater, if anyone has a copy I would gladly pay for a copy and mailing. If you know where I caan find it, please let me know. Getting really desperate for a copy. Thanks

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RE: lost pattern

I have a pattern in an old fmaily circle or woman's day- it appears in the magazine in blue I believe and it wasn't on Joan collins but some other actress.
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RE: lost pattern

I have a pattern I saved from a 1980 Woman's Day. It's a blue cable pullover-v-neck. No actress, just a model. The cable is a little different than the ordinary.


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