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Crochet with Heart - Magazine - December 2001 (Create a Winter Wonderland! 24 projects) by Red Heart Yarns
Crochet with Heart April 2001 by Debra Nettles
Crochet with Heart August 2000 by Anne Van Wagner Childs
Crochet with Heart August 2001 by Sandra Case
Crochet with Heart Best-Loved Afghans by Leisure Arts
Crochet with Heart December 1999 by Anne Van Wagner Childs
Crochet with Heart December 2000 by Anne Van Wagner Childs
Crochet With Heart February 2000 (Volume 4, Number 6) by Anne Van Wagner Childs
Crochet with Heart February 2002 by Debra Nettles
Crochet with Heart June 2001 by Debra Nettles
Crochet with Heart October 2000 by Anne Van Wagner Childs
Crochet with Heart Red Heart Yarns 28 Projects (December 1996) by Leisure Arts
Crochet With Heart Vol. 1 No. 1 by Anne Van Wagner Childs
Crochet With Heart Vol. 1 No. 2 June 1996 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 1 No. 3 August 1996 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 1 No. 4 October 1996 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 1 No. 5 December 1996 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 1 No. 6 February 1997 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 2 No. 2 June 1997 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 2 No. 3 August 1997 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 2 No. 6 February 1998 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 3 No. 2 June 1998 by Leisure Art Designers
Crochet With Heart Vol. 3 No. 4 October 1998 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 3 No. 5 December 1998 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet With Heart Vol. 6 No. 1 August 2001 by Leisure Arts Inc.
Crochet with Heart: Afghans to Love by Anne Van Wagner Childs
LEISURE ARTS PRESENTS CROCHET WITH HEART Magazine 1996 Premier Issue (Red Heart Yarns, Volume 1 Number 1) by Anne Van Wagner Childs

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