- Learn how to convert a cross stitch pattern into a quilt!
- All about binding a quilt
- How to wash woollies and other textiles
- How to make flowers out of ribbons
- Finding the right beading thread for your projects
- And all about sewing notions!
- Make the hidden secrets quilt and play eye-spy!
- Make beaded earrings
- Make your own buttons
- Make a necklace out of tarn (what is tarn?...)
- Crochet toe up and cuff down socks
- Knit 2 lace pattern socks
- Knit a beret inspired by architecture
- Crazy quilt and embroider a bear
Oh… and you know there’s more!
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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
I picked up your magazine at a bookstore in Chicago and couldn't believe my eyes. You cover all of my crafty hobbies! I was so glad to see I could get a subscription even though you are our friends north of the border. Keep up the great work!
Received my Fall 2010 issue just now, the weather is cooler, what a great day!!!! Time for a coffee and great read. Thanks again.
I LOVE what you did with my article. The magazine just keeps getting better and better. I have only done a quick browse through the whole thing and before I find the time to sit down and actually read it, I had to let you know how slick it looks. Now you have to ask yourself, "How do I improve on perfection?" because you are there.
I must congratulate you on a great magazine. I look forward to getting it and finding all sorts of new ideas, reading about what others are creating, just learning from the articles. Thank you,
North Bay, Ontario
Hello!!! Today while browsing our local bookstore, I found a copy of A Needle Pulling Thread and brought it home. At once I knew it covered all my favourite needlework hobbies! Thank you so much!
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.
ClaraC S., Northfield, NH
I recently received a subscription and I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed it. Bravo! I am currently living in the USA and #1 it is a taste of home for me and #2, it is definitely the best Arts & Crafts magazine I have ever seen. The crafts, photography and even the paper make it a real treat for me to receive. For this reason I don’t want to miss out on a single issue.
I also wanted to let you know that our patrons LOVE the magazine. We have people waiting for the next issue to arrive! Thanks.
Sandy H., Burk’s Falls, Armour & Ryerson Union Public Library
I am a great fan of your magazine. When the brown envelope arrives in my mailbox I know there is good reading – have never been disappointed.
Kathleen D, Fredericton, NB
Your magazine is a joy to me. I am pleased to renew my subscription.