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Threads magazine : October/November 1985 Premier issue by the editors of Threads1
Threads Magazine Dec. 1985/Jan. 1986 Number 2 by John Kelsey2
Threads magazine No. 3 by the editors of Threads3
Threads Magazine Feb./Mar. 1987 Number 9 by Taunton Press9
Threads Magazine June/July 1987 No 11 by John Kelsey11
Threads Magazine Aug/Sept. 1987 Number 12 by Taunton Press12
Threads Magazine Oct/Nov 1987 Number 13 by John Kelsey13
Threads Magazine Dec. 1987/Jan. 1988 No. 14 Handknit Gloves, Aran Knits, A Tailor's Suit by John Kelsey14
Threads Magazine: Navajo Weaving Feb./Mar. 1988 (Vol. 15) by Betsie Levine15
Threads Magazine, No. 16 (April-May, 1988) by Betsy Levine16
Threads magazine No. 17 by the editors of Threads17
Threads magazine No. 18 by the editors of Threads18
Threads Magazine Oct/nov 1988 No 19 by Betsy Levine19
Threads Magazine Dec 1988/Jan 1989 by the editors of Threads20
Threads magazine No. 21 by the editors of Threads21
Threads Magazine April/May 1989 No. 22 by Betsy Levine22
Threads Magazine June/July 1989 No. 23 Inside a Chanel Jacket by Betsy Levine23
Threads magazine No. 24 by the editors of Threads24
Threads magazine No. 25 by the editors of Threads25
Threads magazine No. 26 by the editors of Threads26
Threads Magazine April/May 1990 No. 28 by Betsy Levine28
Threads Magazine No. 30 Aug/Sept 1990 by Betsy Levine30
Threads Magazine October / November 1990 Number 31 by Betsy Levine31
Threads Magazine: Yearly Index, Lapels, Knitting Lace (Jan. 1991 No.32) by Betsy Levine32
Threads Magazine: No. 33, February/March 1991 by Threads Magazine33
Threads Magazine December 1991 / January 1992 Number 38 by Betsy Levine38
Threads Magazine, April/May 1992 (Number 40) by Amy T. yanagi40
Threads Magazine, June/July 1992 (Number 41) by Amy T. yanagi41
Threads Magazine, August/September 1992 (Number 42) by Amy T. yanagi42
Threads Magazine, December 1992/January 1993 (Number 44) by Amy T. yanagi44
Threads Magazine, February/March 1993 (Number 45) by Amy T. yanagi45
Threads Magazine, April/May 1993 (Number 46) by Amy T. yanagi46
Threads - No. 50, December 1993 / January 1994 Buttons, Perfect Hems, Gloves by Threads Magazine50
THREADS Magazine 1995 Number 57 by Threads Magazine57
Threads Magazine, April/May 1995 (Number 58) by Christine Timmons58
Threads Magazine, December 1996/January 1997 (Number 68) by Christine Timmons68
Threads Magazine (No. 074, December 1997 & January 1998)74
Threads Magazine (No. 076, April & May 1998)76
Threads Magazine January 1999 (Number 80)80
Threads Magazine (No. 081, February & March 1999)81
Threads Magazine (No. 083, June & July 1999)83
Threads Magazine (No. 086, December 1999 & January 2000)86
Threads Magazine, March 2000, Issue 8787
TAUNTON'S THREADS Magazine July 2000 Number 89 (For People Who Love To Sew, Knitting, The Taunton Press, Embellish a hand-sewn zipper, Pleat Trims yourself, Old World Drawn Threadwork by machine, sewing) by Paul Roman89
Threads (Issue 94) by Threads Magazine94
Threads Magazine (No. 096, August & September 2001) by Threads Magazine96
THREADS Magazine Number 101 July 2002 How to Resize Patterns (NUMBER 101) by editors of Threads Magazine101
Threads (August/ September 2002, Number 102) by Carol Spier102
Threads: For People Who Love to Sew (Slipcovers: Making a Pattern, October/November 2002, Number 103) by Carol Spier103
Threads Magazine January 2003 (Number 104) by David Page Coffin104
Threads Magazine, August/September 2003, Number 108108
TAUNTON'S THREADS - FOR PEOPLE WHO LOVE TO SEW October/November 2005 Number 121 (Sewing Magazine, Tailor, Chanel Jacket) by Jefferson Kolle121
Threads (Issue 122)122
Threads Magazine May 2006 Number 124 by Amber Eden124
Threads Magazine July 2006 Number 125 by Amber Eden125
Threads (Issue 126)126
Threads (Issue 127) by Amber Eden127
Threads (Issue 128) by Amber Eden128
Threads (Issue 129)129
Threads, March 2007 Issue by editors of Threads Magazine129
Threads Magazine (No. 130, May 2007)130
Threads-New, September 2007 Issue by editors of Threads Magazine132
Threads, May 2008 Issue by editors of Threads Magazine136
Threads Magazine (No. 139, October & November 2008) by editors of Threads Magazine139
Threads Magazine (No. 140, December 2008 & January 2009) by editors of Threads Magazine140
Threads (Issue 142)142
Threads (Issue 147) by Threads Magazine147
Threads (Issue 148)148
Threads (Issue 149)149
Threads Magazine, September 2010, Issue #150 by Threads Magazine150
Threads (Issue 151)151
Threads (issue 154)154
Threads (June/July 2011) (Issue 155)155

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