Midnight Churn
Midnight Churn Ornament
If you're looking at getting your feet wet in quilting, this is a great beginner project. You'll learn several techniques in this little fun packed ornament! The Banyan Batik fabrics also play a big role in its appeal! Designed by Sarah Vanderburgh Sew Joy Creations www.sewjoycreations.com
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Personalized Ornaments
Personalized Ornaments
These ornaments are a great memento of your favourite pets, however very versatile as you can adapt the center image to reflect anyone that is super special in your life! Designed by Elaine Theriault www.northcott.com
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Dreaming of Spring Cushion Cover
Dreaming of Spring Cushion Cover
This adorable cushion beckons spring and all that is fresh and light. Normally made using half square triangles to make the patchwork, here's a different method using templates provided. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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Tree of Life Photo Frame
Tree of Life Photo Frame
Great project for experiencing sewing with twin needles, offering many tips to accomplish it. Please use the tree design provided or take this opportunity to design your own tree. When the picture is added to your personalized frame it will complete the story of your Tree of Life. Designed by Cathy McLean www.hakidd.com
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4 Seasons Mug Cozies
Feel the luxury of using fabric mug cozies for your cups of coffee, love the embroidery. Designed by Jayne Styles [email protected]
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Purse Pop! Round Bag
Every step for making this zany purse is has been photographed so the instructions are easy to follow. Ideal to use up your scrap stash… Designed by Olesya Lebedenko www.Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram | Facebook
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Blooming Tea Pot Cozy
Talk about a unique teapot cozy! The Blooming Teapot Cozy adapts really well to all shapes and sizes because of its adaptable design. Play with it some more and add more quilting to the petals or use prints. Great scraps project! Designed by Laura Ann Coia www.SewVeryEasy.com www.youtube.com/seweryeasy
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LOVE! In Fall Appliqué Button Art 
With the goal to get young sewist into sewing, Cathy designed this fibre art piece to get them interested in needle and thread in the hope they will become avid sewists… Fun project even for accomplished sewists too! Designed by Cathy McLean www.hakidd.com
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Redwork berries have historical roots
Redwork berries have historical roots
Traditionally, red work embroidery uses just one or two types of stitches for the entire piece, making it a perfect introduction to embroidery for young artisans. But this form of embroidery is eternal, even the experts will enjoy its meditative powers. Nancy Devine nancywhiskeynancyo.blogspot.com
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Red and White Celebration Lap Quilt
Red and White Celebration Lap Quilt
In this lap quilt, Lynn Swanson explores the stunning designs on each of the blocks using the Brother Entrepreneur® Pro X PR1050X Embroidery Machine. She sews and quilts the rest of the lap quilt on the NQ900 Brother Sewing Machine. The 4 patch blocks really tie the blocks together! Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator Western Canada www.brother.ca
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The Landscape Vest
Although the project calls for Burda 6986 vest pattern (not proveded in the instructions), you can use your favourite vest or coat pattern to use the landscape technique to make your fabric. Use your favourite fabric and colours to suit your wardrobe. The instructions include the landscape technique to create the 'fabric' and how to finish the garment. Designed by Donna Housley & Cathy McClean www.hakidd.com
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Fabric ratios for smocking and other applications
Fabric ratios for smocking and other applications
Judith Marquis explains the smocking ratios for different fabrics. Photos include 6 different smocking ratios using soft batiste, broadcloth, flannel, and 21 wale corduroy. Excellent article for those wanting to further their sewing, dressmaking and smocking skills! Designed by Judith Marquis www.amberlane.ca
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Fun with Pyramids Pattern
Fun with Pyramids
Who knew pyramids were so much fun? You can't stop at just making one. Use any design for your embroidery work by drawing on the fabric and then use embroidery stitches such as satin stitch, lazy daisy, French knots and more of your easy favourite surface stitches in your embroidery library! Easy instructions to making the pyramids. Designed by Sue Davies [email protected]
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Thinking Outside the Paper Piecing Lines Pattern
Thinking Outside the Paper Piecing Lines
If you've never tried paper piecing this is a great project to start with. Clear instructions with photos to guide you along the path to discovering a new form of sewing happy! Nancy Devine nancywhiskeynancyo.blogspot.com
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Quick, Cool & Colourful Small Batch Ice Dyeing Pattern - Fall 2016
Quick, Cool & Colourful Small Batch Ice Dyeing
Full article on how to ice dye fabric. See how to dye fabric using scrunchies, folded fabric, jelly roll, CD resist, elastic resist and stitch resist! Lucy Garvin [email protected]
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Autumn Cushion Wrap Pattern - Fall 2016
Greetings! For an autumn cushion wrap and Maple Leaf coasters
Get your home autumn-ready in a jiffy by creating a fall wrap using leaf templates. Machine embroider to embellish. Also gives you instructions on how to use the Brother ScanNCut. Designed by Liana Kirkey That Sewing Place Newmarket, Ontario L3X 1X3 905.715.7725 www.thatsewingplace.ca
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Sewing the Prêt-à-porter Portfolio
If you take your stitching projects with you where ever you go, you'll need to make this charming stitching case or portfolio to carry all your precious threads and tools. Nancy Devine nancywhiskeynancyo.blogspot.com
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Summer Apron with a 10 Degree Twist
A fun apron to sew using the Sew Easy 10 degree wedge ruler for making that beautiful A line shape. See how it's done! Donna Housley & Cathy McClean www.hakidd.com
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Little Red Riding Hood Key Holder
The prettiest things are in the details of this cutest keyholder. So easy to make you'll want to make more than one. Mainly sewing with a little glue involved to help you out. Designed by Michele Cheong [email protected]
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Summertime Fun Craft Bag
This nifty craft bag is the perfect size to hold your project in progress. See-through walls lets you enjoy the beauty of your work. Designed by Carla A. Canonico [email protected]
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Picnic Bag & Table Cloth
This isn't your typical picnic bag, it's a well thought out picnic bag that holds all the necessary items AND opens up to be a tablecloth! Designed by Donna Housley www.hakidd.com
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sewing accessories pouch
Is it a bowl? Is it a pouch? It can be both!
Ask anyone who sews or knits, there are always small, but vital tools of the trade that go missing under the couch, beneath the cushions, or they simply roll away, never to be seen again. This project aims to tidy and corral those little essentials in two ways, at home or on the go, it all depends on the finishing. Is it a bowl? Is it a pouch? It can be both! Designed by Nancy Devine Heaven is Hand Made [email protected] nancywhiskeynancyo.blogspot.com
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Spring Fusion Greeting Cards
Spring Fusion Greeting Cards
Swedish weaving is a relaxing needlework that is fun and fast to do. This unique surface embroidery and counted needlework (all in one) can be worked on a variety of fabrics, ranging from the traditional Monk’s Cloth (7ct) to Hardanger fabrics (22ct). All Swedish weaving patterns that were designed for the traditional Monk’s Cloth can be woven on the finer 22ct Hardanger fabric using the same thread measurements and techniques. Designed by Christine Allan Christine’s Swedish Weaving www.funandfastpatterns.ca
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Prairie Points Jewelry Hanger
Prairie Points Jewelry Hanger
Prairie Points are not just for quilts. In this project, they have been used to decorate the strap that keeps things in their place in this cute jewelry hanger. Designed by Donna Housley www.hakidd.com
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Amber Memories Tablecloth
Amber Memories Tablecloth
Picture yourself sitting outside under a shade tree weaving the afternoon away while making this beautiful table cloth. The 2x2 Monk’s Cloth is light and easy to handle, a perfect summer project for a beginner to advanced weaver. The sparkly yarns give it that extra special touch. Designed by Christine Allan Christine’s Swedish Weaving www.funandfastpatterns.ca [email protected]
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Eadie Mae
Eadie Mae
Most designs begin with basic shapes. Eadie Mae began with the same basic body shape that Sherry used in the Spring 2011 issue, but Lucy adapted the doll’s construction to suit her style and to suit the machine embroidery techniques used in this pattern. Designed by Lucy Garvin [email protected] & Sherry Del Rizzo [email protected]
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Little Bonnet
Little Bonnet
Turning a handkerchief into a baby bonnet is a simple and sweet way to create a memorable baby gift. The intent of the handkerchief bonnet is that it will be worn as a bonnet for the baby’s homecoming or Christening, then put away. When the baby has grown up and is getting married, the stitches will be snipped out of the bonnet and the bride will carry it at her wedding as part of the ‘something old’ tradition. It can then be stitched into a bonnet again for the couple’s child. Designed by Evelyn Bouma
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Sunburst Handbags
Sunburst Handbags
Autumn is all about enjoying the last of the warm weather with outings to theatre, festivals, or concerts. To add a splash of colour to those daytime or evening outings, with these small embellished specialty handbags. Designed by Cheryl Stranges Product & Event Specialist husqvarnaviking.com seecherylsew.blogspot.com
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