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    I was reading Carole's blog where she stated that the Fox Pub people had rejected some of her jewish themed projects as they thought there was not enough interest. To that I say bupkis! I have all kinds of patterns for all kinds of friends. I do a Ganisha for my India employes, Christian themed for Christian friend. Budist themes. I even do the flying spaggetti monster pattern.

    So I propose that we come up with 8 jewish themed projects (one for each day of Hanukkah) by Dec 20th.

    I will start with what I call Mogen Basket, Easy to make.

    Who is next?


    Dave
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    Last edited by DaveVanEss; 11-29-2011, 12:37 PM.

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    Thanks Dave.I am not a pattern maker but I think this is a great idea.
    I dont see too many Jewish themed patterns.I made Carole's menorah.
    Mike

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