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    If you don't get a reply from the shops (I didn't) go to the Shop Hop site on FaceBook and ask for someone to send you the patterns you need. That worked great for me. I was short 11 patterns from the October Shop Hop and tow nice ladies in Georgia sent them to me.

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    I'm so glad I saw this discussion. I've had the shophop on my favorites list for months but have never been able to figure out how to do it. And I'm not even blonde! Now that I've read the threads, it sounds like a lot of trouble. Is it really worth it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterfly
    I'm so glad I saw this discussion. I've had the shophop on my favorites list for months but have never been able to figure out how to do it. And I'm not even blonde! Now that I've read the threads, it sounds like a lot of trouble. Is it really worth it?
    I'll let you know...IMHO. This is my first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judylg
    Quote Originally Posted by gale
    If there's no clue, and it's a shop who doesn't usually put their bunny in the same area every time, I don't even bother. I'll click on the online shop and might click on one link after that but that's it. If a shop gives a good helpful clue, I add it to my favorites list and shop there when I need something.
    I am total agreement with what you said, if I spend too much time looking I just go to another shop and that is it.
    Some of the shops just make it too difficult to find the rascally wabbit. Most shops give hints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterfly
    I'm so glad I saw this discussion. I've had the shophop on my favorites list for months but have never been able to figure out how to do it. And I'm not even blonde! Now that I've read the threads, it sounds like a lot of trouble. Is it really worth it?
    So far it's not for me but it's fun and kind of obsessive.

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