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    Yay...am happy.....just got a order to make a unicorn which measures 10 x 12 inches that may be finished till the end of June.....plenty of time but will start right away anyway....i hate doing things last minute.

    Danny
    Patterns are for sale on my website http://www.intarsia.co.uk

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    Congratulations! Is there a pattern available or are you making one?
    I do think I recall Judy Gale Roberts having a unicorn but, not positive.
    God Bless! Spirithorse

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      Congratulations! Oh, yea - having plenty of time to work on it makes it much more fun to do, and I find the less goes wrong when you're not under a time limitation! So hurry up and post a photo!

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