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Hello I am looking for a series of patterns called Enchanted Crochet.
Copyright is 1982. They are a series of mini crochet toy patterns like
Mickey Mouse, Ziggy, Orphan Annie, etc. Does anyone have any ideas of
where to find them? I have checked google, etsy, and ebay-no luck. The
company is out of business so I cannot contact them.

Re: Looking for patterns
On 4/26/2012 10:48 PM, lace wrote:
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Sounds like and interesting set!  You might want to try posting this on
rec.crafts.textiles.marketplace and see if you have any luck there.

HTH!

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    Joan


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Re: Looking for patterns
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crocrazy wrote:
Hi I have duplicates of some of mine and am looking to replace some that
where damaged. Want to trade?
lace  wrote:


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Re: Looking for patterns
On 5/21/2012 4:08 AM, crocrazy wrote:
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*LOVE* your ASCII art!!!

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    Joan


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Re: Looking for patterns
On Friday, April 27, 2012 1:48:22 PM UTC+10, lace wrote:
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You could try www.ravelry.com
I searched Enchanted Crochet and came up with a number of very nice patterns but
not sure if it is what you are looking for.  you could also try www.amazon.com.
There are also a number of knitting groups on both Google and Yahoo Groups so
you could join a couple and see what you can find.
Sorry I cant help withthe patterns but hopefully I have provided you with a few
additional leads.  You local knitting guild may also be able to help.  Those
ladies are often a treasure trove of informatio that doesn't necessarily get
"online".
Good luck.

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