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Date: 9/20/12 11:00 PM

You can however, see the new patterns at the beginning of each category.
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Date: 9/21/12 0:36 AM

Maybe this will work for people: http://www.simplicity.com/c-1030-simplicity-winter-holiday-2012-pattern-collection.aspx

... as for the patterns? Ho-hum...

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Date: 9/21/12 9:41 AM

Yeah, I was running around in circles on the website for some reason.

Also, have you noticed they too have a daily pattern for $3.99 just like BMV?

I also stumbled on a poster sale sign but I can't seem to find that page again...

And I agree the patterns are a little meh...

ETA Found the page : Simplicity Winter/Holiday 2012

The links are still crazy because when I click see all...I get the home page.

Anyway, 1736 might interest both hat fanatics and flapper girls:


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Date: 9/21/12 11:32 AM

I just couldn't get the link to work yesterday.
# 1716, the top, is very similar to the Three Graces top by Hot Patterns.
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Date: 9/21/12 1:07 PM

Ohhhhh, I totally missed the hat pattern first time I looked. Those are adorable!

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Date: 9/21/12 1:24 PM

Other than the hat...boo humbug, nothing new!

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Date: 9/21/12 7:20 PM

Question for the physicians (human and animal)...

Would this really be helpful?

Hmm...

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Date: 9/22/12 5:53 PM

Quote: Lynnelle
Question for the physicians (human and animal)...



Would this really be helpful?



Hmm...

It could be fun if you worked in pediatrics
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Date: 9/22/12 8:02 PM

That has got to be one of the oddest little collections from the Big 4 recently. Regular clothes, some costumes, detachable collars, finger puppets, stethoscope covers...

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Date: 9/22/12 8:20 PM

A few patterns are filed under "maybe buy eventually," but there's none I really, desperately want.

Why is it so hard to find a pullover turtleneck pattern, though? I can't find one I can even fit into my size in the Big 4. I do have a zipper back one I'm thinking of franken-patterning the collar onto another top pattern, but that's it.
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