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101 Needlepoint Stitches and How to Use Them: Fully Illustrated with Photographs and Diagrams by Hope Hanley
150 Favorite Crochet Designs by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
27 Star Patchwork Patterns with Plastic Templates by Rita Weiss
60 Crocheted Snowflakes by Barbara Christopher
60 Machine Quilting Patterns by Pat Holly
70 Classic Quilting Patterns: 70 Ready-to-Use Designs and Instructions by Gwen Marston
Alphabet Iron-On Transfer Patterns by R. Weiss
American Wildflower Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Claire Bryant
Amish Patchwork with Plastic Templates by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Amish Patchwork: Full-Size Patterns for 46 Authentic Designs by Suzy Lawson
Amish Patterns for Machine Quilting by Pat Holly
Anne Orr's Charted Designs by Anne Champe Orr
Anne Orr's Classic Tatting Patterns by Anne Champe Orr
Anne Orr's Filet Crochet Designs by Anne Champe Orr
Audubon Birds in Cross Stitch by Ginnie Thompson
Baroque Charted Designs for Needlework by Johann Sibmacher
Battenberg and Other Tape Laces by Butterick Company
Big Book of Favorite Crochet Patterns by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Big Book of Floral Charted Designs by Lindberg Press
Brazilian Three-Dimensional Embroidery: Instructions and 50 Transfer Patterns by Rosie Montague
Butterfly Charted Designs by Lindberg Press
Butterfly Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Barbara Christopher
Cats and Kittens Charted Designs by Julie Hasler
Celtic Animals Charted Designs by Ina Kliffen
Celtic Charted Designs by Co Spinhoven
Celtic Iron-On Transfer Patterns by Courtney Davis
Charted Folk Designs for Cross-Stitch Embroidery by Maria Foris
Charted Monograms for Needlepoint and Cross-Stitch by Rita Weiss
Charted Seashell Designs by Barbara Christopher
Christmas Angels and Other Tatting Patterns by Monica Hahn
Christmas Quilting: 20 Decorative Projects by Terry Thompson Evans
Classic Posters for Needlepoint: 22 Charted Designs by M. Elizabeth Irvine
Color Design in Patchwork: With Plastic Templates for 10 Pairs of Blocks by Paula Nadelstern
The Complete Book of Seminole Patchwork by Beverly Rush
Crocheting Bedspreads by Rita Weiss
Crocheting Edgings by Rita Weiss
Crocheting Tablecloths and Placemats by Florence Weinstein
Crocheting with Anne Orr by Anne Champe Orr
Danish Pulled Thread Embroidery by Esther Fangel
Design and Make Your Own Contemporary Sampler Quilt by Katie Pasquini
Early American Embroidery Designs: An 1815 Manuscript Album with Over 190 Patterns by Elizabeth M. Townshend
Early American Patchwork Patterns: Full-Size Templates and Instructions for 12 Quilts by Carol Belanger Grafton
Easy Tatting by Rozella Florence Linden
Easy-to-Make Dollhouse Quilts by Janet Wickell
Egyptian Charted Designs by Julie S. Hasler
Elegant Tatting Patterns by Janet Carroll
Fairies and Elves Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Marty Noble
Favorite Charted Designs of Anne Orr by Anne Champe Orr
Favorite Irish Crochet Designs by Rita Weiss
Favorite Patchwork Patterns by Henry Pelletier
Filet Crochet by Mrs. F. W. Kettelle
Fine Irish Crochet Lace by Cartier-Bresson
Floral Charted Designs by Jana Hauschild
Floral Crochet by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Flowers and Bouquets Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Charlene Tarbox
Garden Flowers Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Claire Bryant
Hardanger Embroidery by Sigrid Bright
Hawaiian Quilting: Instructions and Full-Size Patterns for 20 Blocks by Elizabeth Root
Hearts and Flowers Charted Designs by Lindberg Press
Horses Charted Designs by Celeste Plowden
Houses, Cottages and Cabins Patchwork Quilts: With Full-Size Patterns by Nancy J. Martin
Irish Chain Quilts: Single, Double and Triple by Sharon Cerny Ogden
Irish Crochet Designs and Projects by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Irish Crochet: Technique and Projects by Priscilla Publishing Co.
Kate Greenaway Alphabet Charted Designs by Julie Hasler
Kate Greenaway Iron-on Transfers by Julie Hasler
Lessons in Bobbin Lacemaking by Doris Southard
Making an Old-Fashioned Patchwork Sampler Quilt on the Sewing Machine: Full-Size Templates and Complete Instructions for 24 Quilt Blocks by Andrea Shedletsky
Mandala Quilt Designs by Katie Pasquini
Masterpieces of Irish Crochet Lace: Techniques, Patterns, Instructions by Thérèse de Dillmont
Mittens to Knit by Mary Becker
Multiblock Quilt Designs by Pepper Cory
Nautical Charted Designs by Barbara Christopher
Needlepoint Designs After Illustrations by Beatrix Potter: Charted for Easy Use by Rita Weiss
Nova Scotia Patchwork Patterns: Instructions and Full-Size Templates for 12 Quilts by Carter Houck
Old-Fashioned Doilies to Crochet by Rita Weiss
Old-Fashioned Floral Charted Designs by Barbara Christopher
Old-Fashioned Floral Iron-On Transfer Patterns by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Old-Fashioned Monogramming for Needlework by Priscilla Publishing Co.
Oriental Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Lilo Markrich
Patchwork Quilt Designs for Needlepoint: Charted for Easy Use by Frank Fontana
Patchworkbook: Easy Lessons for Creative Quilt Design and Construction by Judy Martin
Peasant Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Ed Sibbett, Jr.
Persian Rug Motifs for Needlepoint: Charted for Easy Use by Lyatif Kerimov
Peter Rabbit and His Friends Dolls to Crochet by Marjie Douglis
Pineapple Crochet Designs by Rita Weiss
The Quick and Easy Giant Dahlia Quilt on the Sewing Machine by Susan Aylsworth Murwin
Quick and Easy Heart Motif Quilts by Karen O'Dowd
Quick and Easy Miniature Samplers for Cross-Stitch by Barbara Christopher
Quick and Easy Patchwork on the Sewing Machine by Susan Aylsworth Murwin
Quick-and-Easy Crazy Quilt Patchwork: With 14 Projects by Dixie Haywood
Quick-And-Easy Strip Quilting by Helen W. Rose
Quilting with Strips and Strings by H. W. Rose
Ribbon Embroidery: With 178 Iron-on Transfers by J. Marsha Michler
Russian Punchneedle Embroidery by Gail Bird
Star Quilt Designs by Doreen Lynn Saunders
Tatted Snowflakes by Vida Sunderman
The Tatter's Treasure Chest by Mary Carolyn Waldrep
Tatting Butterflies by Teri Dusenbury
Tatting Doilies and Edgings by Rita Weiss
Tatting Hearts by Teri Dusenbury
Tatting Patterns by Julia E. Sanders
Tatting with Anne Orr by Anne Champe Orr
Traditional Chinese Designs Iron-on Transfer Patterns by Barbara Christopher
Traditional Edgings to Crochet by Rita Weiss
Traditional Floral Charted Designs for Borders and Bands by Elizabeth Nyhan
Traditional Hardanger Embroidery by Priscilla Publishing Co.
Traditional Patchwork Quilt Patterns with Plastic Templates by Rita Weiss
Traditional Tatting Patterns by Rita Weiss
A Treasury of Charted Designs for Needleworkers: 141 Motifs Including Birds, Flowers, Animals, Toys, Etc. by Georgia L. Gorham
Treasury of Designs for Lace Net Embroidery by Rita Weiss
Treasury of Smocking Designs by Allyne S. Holland
Tropical Flowers Iron-On Transfer Patterns by Claire Bryant
Twenty Little Amish Quilts: With Full-Size Templates by Gwen Marston
Twenty Little Pinwheel Quilts: With Full-Size Templates by Gwen Marston
Variable Star Quilts and How to Make Them by Marsha McCloskey
Victorian Floral Iron-On Transfer Patterns by Claire Bryant
Visual Illusion Quilts: Full-Size Templates for 12 Patchwork Projects by Pat Gaska
White Work: Techniques and 188 Designs by Carter Houck

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