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In which issue was this?

cycler1729 | Posted in Fabric and Trim on

Hi!  I’m new to this board but I thought that someone might know the answer to this.

I recently came across a box of 15 years of old Threads magazines that someone put out for recycling and I’ve had the best time looking through them!

I remember seeing an article and instructions about how to create a small beaded bumblebee (I think) pin and I don’t remember which issue it was in and I’m unable to locate it in the index.

I spent hours last night looking through all of my issues but I was unable to locate where I saw it.

Does anyone remember this article and which issue it was in?

Thanks so much!

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  1. Pattiann42 | | #1

    Lucky you, you just found gold!  There's going to be a lot of salivating once members see your post.

    I just saw the article this past weekend, but don't know which issue is was.   Look at the spine, where featured article are printed.  Beading in some form should be found on some of the issues - good luck - keep those post-it notes handy to mark interesting articles!

    1. cycler1729 | | #2

      I decided to check the online index another time and it was there - under BUGS!  (Issue 101)

      I wonder why I didn't think to check that?  LOL

       

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        Becky-book | | #3

        The newest issue of Threads has a tip for indexing your mag. stash...

        photo copy the spines (band several together) see the details in #131.

        B

        Edited 5/3/2007 9:41 am ET by Becky-book

        1. Pattiann42 | | #4

          I was intrigued by this also.  I have my collection in magazine holders (looks like a big cereal box without a top and tapered sides).  It would take some time to do 131 issues, but it might be worth it, then keep up year-by-year.

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            Becky-book | | #5

            photo copy spines...

            I tried once but had too many mags in the pile and it did not come out well... son lost patience to help... so will try again today with much smaller groups (20 is way too many)!

            B

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