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Weaver's Craft, Vol 1, No 1 by Jean Scorgie1
Weaver's Craft, Vol 1, No 2 by Jean Scorgie2
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2000 #03 June/July by Jean Scorgie3
Weaver's Craft, Vol 1, No 4 by Jean Scorgie4
W05-Weaver's Craft Vol 1, #5 by Jean Scorgie5
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2000/01 #06 Dec/Jan by Jean Scorgie6
W07-Weaver's Craft Vol 2, #1 by Issue 77
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2001 #08 Summer by Issue 78
Weaver's Craft, Issue 9. Easy Inlays, Scarves with stars, Gifts with Flowers by Jean Scorgie9
Weaver's Craft Winter 2001 Blankets, Brushing Fabrics, Double Weave Variations by Jean Scorgie10
W11-Weaver's Craft Vol 3, #1 by Issue 711
Weaver's Craft, Vol 4, No 1 by Jean Scorgie12
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2003 #13 Summer by Jean Scorgie13
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2003 #14 Fall by Jean Scorgie14
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2003 #15 Winter by Jean Scorgie15
W16-Weaver's Craft Vol 5 #1 by Jean Scorgie16
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2005 #17 Spring by Jean Scorgie17
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2005 #18 Fall by ZZ18
Weaver's Craft, Issue 19 by Jean Scorgie19
Weaver's Craft Issue 20 by Jean Scorgie20
W21-Weaver's Craft Issue 21 by Jean Scorgie21
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2006/07 #22 Winter by Jean Scorgie22
Weaver's Craft Issue 23 Barleycorn by Jean Scorgie23
Weaver's Craft Issue 24 Mock Satin Damask by Jean Scorgie24
Periodical: WEAVER'S CRAFT 2008 #25 Fall by ZZ25
Weaver's Craft Issue 26 by Jean Scorgie26
Weaver's Craft Issue 27 by Jean Scorgie27
Weaver's Craft Issue 28 by Jean Scorgie28
Weaver's Craft Issue 29 by Jean Scrogie29

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