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    On page 8, Jerrel Sandling has a picture of a basket that he cut. Does anyone know who the designer is? I vaguely remember seeing it but can't remember where.
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    How good is your Russian?

    https://m.vk.com/clublobzik?z=photo-...6364084_00/rev

    I originally thought the pattern originated from Russia, but now I'm not sure. This pattern is all over pinterest, so I'm not sure where it originated.
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      I have this pattern and it is 3rd on my to do list. This week hopefully. I’m making it from 1/4” cherry.
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