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Old CrossQuick pattern
Sun, Aug 27, 2017 6:40 AM
Posted by Susan Cooper
Hi, My name is Sue and I live in Kent in the south of England. I am writing in the hope that you can help me. I am looking for a certain copy or CrossQuick magazine but unfortunately I do not know the edition as I only have a few pages which I must have torn out the magazine when I bought it . The pattern in question was called Santa goes Stylish. The picture shows Santa`s head cross stitched on stockings and a basket full of presents on page 10 and the pattern on page 20 and 21. On the stockings names are stitched and it is this alphabet I have missing. The only clue I have for the issue date is that on page 21 there is also a contest and entries have to be in by March 1st 1990 and as it is something you would do for Christmas I assume it was November or December 1989. I made a stocking for my son when he was small and have used the Santa many times. I started to make one for my granddaughter and realised the letters were missing. You may think I could use another alphabet but these are really narrow which suits the stocking and unfortunately the picture does not show the letter is need plus my pages are a bit tattered as you can imagine. I would appreciate it if you can help but if you cannot then `nothing ventured nothing gained. Kind Regards Sue Cooper.
  • Reply from Anita
    Sunday, August 27, 2017 8:45 AM
    Susan,
    I found this source for CrossQuick magazines so maybe you could try to pin-point the exact issue.

    http://crossstitchstash.com

    Or, you might want to try Ebay for these issues.

    Anita Go to top

  • Reply from RICHARD
    Sunday, August 27, 2017 12:11 PM
    Send me an email
    rlb21947aol.com
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