Series: OmniBook

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The Omnibook of Christmas #801 by Jeanette Crews Designs801
The OmniBook for Bed and Bath (3rd in the series) by Inc. Jeanette Crews Designs803
The Omnibook 5th in the Series 580 Designs Book #805 by Jeanette Crews Designs805
The OmniBook of Inspirations (6th in the series) by Jeanette Crews Designs806
The OmniBook of Celebrations by Jeanette Crews Designs807
The OmniBook of Borders: Book 809 by Jeanette Crews809
The Omnibook of Sports (10th in the Series) by Jeanette Crews Designs810
The Omnibook of Florals by Jeanette Crews811
The OmniBook of Winged Things (12th in the series) by Jeanette Crews Designs812
The Omnibook of Alphabets by Jeanette Crews813
The OmniBook at the shore by Jeanette Crews814
The OmniBook at Work by Jeanette Crews Designs815
The Omnibook in the Wild, 16th in series, cross stitch by Jeanette Crews Designs816
The Omnibook of Exotic Pets Book #817 by Jeanette Crews817

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Series description

Cross stitch pattern books put out by Jeanette Crews Designs.


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