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Old 02-05-2008, 01:49 PM
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Here's a place to discuss the Realistic Skin Tones article by Lora S. Irish.

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Thanks Bob,
An interesting article and I downloaded the viking pattern .
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Just an fyi.... What's on the web is just a bonus - that's the stuff we couldn't squeeze into the printed article. Magazine just hit the mail system so you all should be seeing the real deal in a couple of weeks.
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Shannon...Bob... I'll say what I've got to say on this thread and not sutter on the others. Thanks for the extra effort. That's what places WCI way ahead of it's competitors and the reason why 99.9 percent of those of us here on this forum salivatate everytime we here the words new edition or mailing! WCI's not perfect but it's about as close as you can get! Keep up the outstanding work!
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