It's the most 'Giving' time of the year!
The Christmas season is not only the most cheerful, but indeed the most giving time of the year. It comes with a sense of enthusiasm as we think of the people we love and it propels us to make things 'just so' for the holidays.
In This ORNAMENTS Issue:
I propose over 50 ornaments to make for the holidays, and for the special people on your Christmas list.
Ornaments are quick little projects that contain so much love when they're made and given away. They take up little room, and are cherished forever. It's a great opportunity to use up your remnants, bits, and left overs... Attach a heartfelt note to your ornament, and it can quickly dress up a gift box or bag!
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As you can see, I made up this project (Holiday Sparkle) as in the Festive 2009 issue of A Needle Pulling Thread. This was the first time I ever heard of your magazine. I love it. And I love this project. I just stared at the picture for days, I could not take my eyes off it, and I am thrilled that I made it. The attached picture doesn’t do it justice...
Twin Mountain, New Hampshire
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North Bay, Ontario
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I love your magazine and fear missing an issue. The Temari article in Festive 2009 is inspiring. Socks! I too plan to make my first pair in 2010. I’d be interested in cross over articles: hooked rug to punch needle; cross stitch to punch needle; quilting to Temari…etc. Mostly, leave no fibre art untouched. Thanks for your beautiful and inspiring magazine.
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