Series: Vanessa-Ann's Holidays in Cross-Stitch

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Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1987 by Vanessa-Ann Collection1987
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1988 by Vanessa-Ann1988
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1989 by Vanessa-Ann Collection1989
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1990 by Vanessa-Ann Collection1990
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1991 by Vanessa-Ann1991
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1992 by Vanessa-Ann Collection1992
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1993 by Vanessa-Ann1993
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1994 by Vanessa-Ann1994
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1995 by Leisure Arts1995
Holidays in Cross-Stitch 1996 by Vanessa-Ann1996

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  1. Timeless Ornaments by Leisure Arts (1995)
  2. Vanessa-Ann's Victorian cross-stitch (The joys of cross-stitch) by Laurie Pate Sewell (1993)
  3. Better Homes and Gardens The Pleasures of Cross-Stitch by Better Homes and Gardens (1984)
  4. Gifts of Nature (An American Sampler) by Marie Barber (1995)
  5. A Cross-Stitch Christmas: Handmade Treasures by Better Homes and Gardens (1995)
  6. Better Homes and Gardens America's Best Cross-Stitch by Better Homes and Gardens Books (1988)
  7. Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cross-Stitch by Better Homes and Gardens (1987)
  8. All Through the House: Christmas in Cross-Stitch by Vanessa-Ann Collection (1985)
  9. Alphabets Galore Leisure Arts #3071 by Leisure Arts (1998)
  10. McCall's Cross Stitch from a Country Garden by McCall's Needlework & Crafts (1987)
  11. Better Homes and Gardens Four Seasons Cross-Stitch by Better Homes and Gardens (1990)
  12. 100 Weekend Cross-Stitch Gifts by Barbara Finwall (1993)
  13. Quilt Designs in Cross-Stitch (An American Sampler) by Vanessa-Ann Collection (1989)
  14. Greetings in Cross-Stitch: The Vanessa-Ann Collection by The Vanessa-Ann Collection (1988)
  15. The Best of Vanessa-Ann's Cross-Stitch Collection (Joys of Cross Stitch) by Vanessa-Ann Collection (1992)

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