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CROSS STITCH CHRISTMAS For the Love of Cross Stitch January 1999 (11) (January 1999 (11) [Pamphlet], January 1999 (11) [Pamphlet]) by Leisure Arts
For the Love of Cross Stitch - Leisure Arts - July 1996 by Leisure Arts Authors
For the Love of Cross Stitch - September 1995 (23 projects) by Cross Stitch Staff
For the Love of Cross Stitch January 2003 by Susan White Sullivan
For the Love of Cross Stitch July 1993 by Leisure Arts
For the Love of Cross Stitch July 1995 (8) by Cross Stitch Staff
For the Love of Cross Stitch July 2001 (14) by Cross Stitch Staff
For the Love of Cross Stitch July 2002 by Leisure Arts
For The Love of Cross Stitch Magazine (January 1993) by Anne Van Wagner Childs
For the Love of Cross Stitch November 1998 by Leisure Arts Publication
For the Love of Cross Stitch September 2002 by Susan White Sullivan
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v01 #01 July 1988 by Leisure Arts Inc.1.01
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v01 #03 November 1988 by Anne Van Wagner Young1.03
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v01 #04 January 1989 by Leisure Arts1.04
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v01 #06 May 1989 by Anne Van Wagner Young1.06
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v02 #02 September 1989 by Leisure Arts2.02
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v02 #03 November 1989 by Anne Van Wagner Young2.03
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v02 #04 January 1990 by Liesure Arts Publications2.04
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v02 #05 March 1990 by Anne Van Wagner Young2.05
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v02 #06 May 19902.06
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v03 #01 July 1990 by Leisure Arts Publications3.01
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v03 #03 November 1990 by Leisure Arts Publications3.03
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v03 #04 January 1991 by Staff3.04
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v03 #05 March 1991 by Anne Van Wagner Young3.05
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v03 #06 May 1991 by Anne Van Wagner Childs3.06
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v04 #01 July 1991 by Leisure Arts4.01
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v04 #02 September 1991 by Anne Van Wagner Childs4.02
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v04 #03 November 1991 by Anne Van Wagner Young4.03
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v04 #04 January 1992 by Anne Van Wagner Young4.04
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v04 #05 March 1992 by Leisure Arts4.05
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v05 #01 July 1992 by Leisure Arts5.01
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v06 #05 March 1994 by Anne Van Wagner Childs6.05
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v07 #02 September 1994 by Editor Anne Van Wagner Childs7.02
For the Love of Cross Stitch Magazine v08 #05 March 1996 by Ann Van Wagner Childs8.05
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