Series: Annie's Attic

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Marvelous M-Hook Crochet by Jennifer McClain16209X
Easy Side-to-Side Jackets & Shrugs by Tammy Hildebrand77508
Crochet One-color Wonder Afghans870211
Crochet Aran Afghans870514
A Flurry of Snowflakes by Elizabeth Ann White872813
Ultimate Book of Pot Holders [Crochet] by Annie's Attic Designers873151
Crochet Holiday Table Toppers by Carol Decker873352
Crochet Stocking Feet by Annie's Attic Designers873553
Celtic Crochet Accessories by Dot Drake875524
Birthday Bears & Blankets by Annie's Attic876505
Vests Made Easy by Various Designers876538
Broomstick Lace Made Easy by Ann White & Darla Hassell877505
Classic Bookmarks878511
Quick & Easy Scrap Designs878518
Bathroom Blossoms Toilet Tissue Toppers by Glenda Winkleman879539
Crochet Precious Baby Booties by Carolyn Christmas8740501
How to Free-Form Crochet by Annie's Attic8745331
Fun-to-Wear Crocheted Socks by Janet Rehfeldt8765351

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What isn't a series?

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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