Welcome to Pinbellish #15!
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Gina of Gina's Craft Corner
Stella Lee of Purfylle
As we get closer to Christmas, a lot of you may be using this type of pin more frequently to create all sorts of feasting delights. Rolling pins have been used for centuries and they come in a wide variety of styles and materials, each style optimized for its purpose. Some people even collect rolling pins. Does your kitchen have a rolling pin?
The winner of the MOST CLICKED goes to the U-Turn Mitts, a free crochet pattern found at knitting-and-so-on.blogspot.com
The winner of the LAST TO LINK goes to Prize Winning Cookie Exchange Recipe from intelligentdomestications.com
Allie's Fav: Snowman Crochet found at 2crochethooks.com
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