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Re: More from the Archives
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: March 02, 2009 07:31PM

Some of us started posting Q&As way back when the site was relatively new. Since then there have been thousands of topics, tens of thousands of posts. Until fairly recently I would take a couple of days and go through page after page until I found the "new" post on the chance that maybe I could actually offer advice or learn something new. I'll still plow through maybe 10 pages or so, but no more than that.

The best thing was that you referenced the old topic so that it was easy to find. I've written to the webmaster to try to get a link to "new" posts, but there has been no response. I guess it takes something major like the problem we had with offensive spam a while ago to effect change.

By the way, Jan Eaton's Ripple Stitch Patterns has at least three crochet patterns that mimic F&F. This or any of the books mentioned by craftsman could be ordered on an inter-library loan if they are not in the local library.



Subject Written By Posted
  More from the Archives Oldtimer 02/28/2009 09:17PM
  ATTN malunday, Re: crochet feather & fan craftsman 03/01/2009 06:08PM
  Re: More from the Archives Alex 03/01/2009 09:52PM
  Re: More from the Archives Oldtimer 03/02/2009 04:50PM
  Re: More from the Archives Alex 03/02/2009 07:31PM


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