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Gretel

by ysoldateague August 01, 2007

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I’d actually considered Gretel before yesterday’s post, but it seemed a bit random. Clearly it wasn’t just me though so the free pattern goes to Linda for suggesting it. I loved so many of your suggestions though. Some of them were out because I was already planning on using them for other things (need to re-work the Rapunzel stockings I started ages ago) and I’ll definitely be referring to the rest of those comments for future pattern names. Thank you to everyone who left a suggestion.

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