Read more in our Summer 2009 issue.
Is someone special in your life getting married? A daughter? A granddaughter? A friend? You could make their day special with the gift of this ribbon embroidered ring pillow designed by Marie Alton of Pickering, Ontario. If the wedding is just around the corner and time is short, consider doing the design as a cushion […]
Underwater Treasures: Part 1 Our Mermaid Treasures bag is the first in a four part series of underwater theme sewing accessories. We would use our bag to hold embroidery or small sewing projects but it is perfect for everyday essentials – and your latest issue of A Needle Pulling Thread will fit nicely into it. […]
Some of the most glorious images in the world are created in stained glass, so why not create a “window” on your own world? Here is an opportunity to create your own “rose window” albeit not quite like the famous rose windows found in some of the world’s most beautiful cathedrals. The stained glass technique […]
Where are the Easter Quilts? – The Quilt Studio: it’s about sew much more than just quilting Easter sure snuck up on me this year. As I scramble to decorate at the last minute and get the house ready for company I realize I don’t have an “Easter” quilt. I have quilts or quilted wallhangings […]
Incorporating her double heritage, knowledge and experience into quilt making is what sets Alice Olsen Williams’ work apart from other quilters. A prolific and gifted artist, Alice has been making quilts since 1980 when she took a summer course in the art. Since that time, she has used quilting to inspire, teach and soothe. Her […]
This Hardanger piece is finished with a lacy edge. This requires fabric threads to be removed to complete woven bars as necessary. The final row of lacy edge is completed with woven bars and buttonhole stitch in corners. Read more in our Spring 2015 issue. Designed by Kim Beamish [email protected] craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.ca