Between 3 & 5 years ago, I believe a pattern was on the front cover of one of their magazines. It was called something "Fever" or "Fever" something. The pattern was kind of a zigzag vertical. The front cover was in turquoise and canary yellow. Along with the instruction was an alternative coloring: black, white, gray, red.
Can anyone remember this pattern. thanks Michelle
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Posts: 1374 | Location: Port Huron, Michigan USA | Registered: Sep 07, 2004
I have a few of the magazines on hand. I will go look right now to see if I have it. Will check back in later this evening. Takes awhile to go through them, I have a habit of getting ingrossed in those magazines.
Wish I had known you needed the magazine this morning. Went to a quilt show and in the boutique they had tons of magazines and I think I saw that one. There were lot of F & P ones, but since I have had subscriptions to them in the past I don't usually buy them even for 25 cents... Chris
Posts: 5214 | Location: Tampa Bay | Registered: Jan 10, 2003
I probably have it too. Am not at home right now. Let me know if you still need it. I will check back tonight. (I have all the F&P regular issue magazines.
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