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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Denim and Dots Quilt
This is the perfect pattern to make a quilt out of those jeans you're about to give away or you're tired of seeing in your closet. Pull them out, prep them according to our detailed instructions and turn it into a sturdy quilt that's great for picnics, or chilling around the house! Designed by Jackie White www.jabotquilt.blogspot.ca [email protected] www.twitter.com/jackiewhite121
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Joyful Blooms Quilt
A fascinating quilt using a lot of HSTs, detailed and easy to follow instructions. This is a quilt to to piece together and looks like you've spent ages making it. Designed by Sarah Vanderburgh www.sewjoycreations.com
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Quick and Easy Table Runner
If you ever want to make something for a friend or you need a gift for any occasion, this is the one you're looking for. Easy to make in a flash, and with little fabric necessary. Then make one for yourself while you're at it for any occasion! Designed by Christine Baker Fairfield Road Designs www.fairfieldroaddesigns.com www.uppercanadaquiltworks.com 613.342.1042
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Bed Scarf & Pillowcases Pattern - Spring 2016
Bed Scarf and Pillowcase
A bedscarf is charming at the foot of your bed, make it to suit your décor. See how it's done using the 10˚ wedge ruler, making it a fast and simple project in a couple of hours. Designed by Donna Housley & Cathy McLean
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Tea Time Set Pattern - Spring 2016
Tea Time Set
A great way to learn and get comfortable with machine embroidery is to start on a small project, like this adorable and useful teacozy, mug warmer and coasters. Designed by Cheryl Stranges Product & Event Specialist, Husqvarna Viking www.husqvarnaviking.com www.seecherylsew.blogspot.com
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Drunken Circles Lap Quilt Pattern - Spring 2016
Drunken Circles Lap Quilt
With this easily adaptable project, learn about machine embroidery and play with the drunken path motif. Very easily adaptable to larger or smaller size quilt. Designed by Doreen G. Teasdale Made by Judi Richardson Brampton Sew N Serge www.sewnserge.com 905.874.1564
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Spring Placemats
Spring Placemats
Things don't have to be complicated to be adorable. These are quick, easy and beautiful placemats to make in whatever colour and printed fabric you prefer. Once you have the pattern, you're good to go! Designed by Wendy Burton The Quilt Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.thequiltstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Spring has Sprung!
Every living thing wakes up in the spring! Nature renews herself, and I’m opening the windows to let the warm and fresh air in! The sun is warmer on my face and that puts an extra bounce in my step! Designed by Maria E. Gollek www.marnicdesigns.com Aspiring to inspire before I expire
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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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Lacy Hardanger
Lacy Hardanger
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. Designed by Kim Beamish [email protected] craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.ca
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Happy Spring Banner
Happy Spring Banner
In this year long series of seasonal quilted banners, Cheryl not only asks you to get creative, but shows you how to use sewing tools, machine embroidery and sewing machine tips, to make this spring banner. Chockfull of information and creativity! Designed by Cheryl Stranges Product & Event Specialist husqvarnaviking.com seecherylsew.blogspot.com
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Floppy Sunflower Baby Hat
Floppy Sunflower Baby Hat
How do you make a cute baby cuter? Answer: with this knitted hat specifically designed to keep baby's head warm and sheltered by the sun, and adding a dose of cuteness to boot! Designed by Julia Cheng The Yarn Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.theyarnstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Endless Circles Scarf
Endless Circles Scarf
Crochet this very stylish scarf, not really meant to keep you warm, but certainly designed to add style to your wardrobe! Designed by Laura Gebhardt [email protected]
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White Opal Spring Brooch
White Opal Spring Brooch
When I review pictures of spring time, I see market carts filled with tulips, crocuses, daffodils, and other spring flowers. A picture of some of our own bulbs pushing through the snow inspired this design. Like our garden of purple tulips and crocuses peeking out of the snow, I decided on a Swarovski White Opal Crystal to represent the piles of snow, and the beads to represent all the colourful flowers poking through. Ah… Springtime, and everything it brings! Designed by Craig Ewing www.craigewing.ca
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A Bed of Roses Smocked Cushion Top
A Bed of Roses Smocked Cushion Top
Welcome to a new series of smocked cushion tops! I hope that the next smocking ideas in the following seasonal cushion tops will help ignite some ideas of your own! Change the colours to match your home décor, or consider changing the size of the smocked cushion top to suit a sofa or smaller to hang on a door knob. Spring is the first in the series of four seasonal cushions offering not only variations, but three levels of difficulty on a tradition smocking design. The sample design was made using the basic or beginner smocking design which repeats the basic motif. The second design mirror images the basic motif and adds different accents with the possibility of introducing seed bead accents and back smocking. The third design utilizes a technique called ‘colour tumbling’. To do this effectively, choose two colours that are close on the colour wheel like hot pink and orange or lime green and turquoise. Follow the instructions on the graph and use three strands of floss. You, of course, get to choose the colour placement. The stitched designs are the designer choice and meant to guide you. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca
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Charming Tatted Bookmark
Charming Tatted Bookmark and Beaded Fob
Back in 2009, I participated in a bookmark exchange with the online tatting group, In Tatters. I wanted to do something unique for my partner, so I looked through many books and patterns online and found an edging in the book Tatting Patterns by the staff of WorkBasket Magazine which ultimately inspired the design of this bookmark. Many people think tatting is beautiful, but they aren’t so fond of doilies. Bookmarks are an effective way to showcase tatting and create an item for yourself or friends that will be appreciated for its beauty, strength and practicality. Designed by Monica Denise Smith http://auntmonicasattic.blogspot.ca Twitter: @OggieMonster Instagram: OggieMonster [email protected]
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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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You Had Me at Meow…
You Had Me at Meow…
Working with over-dyed floss is always fun – the trick is to complete both legs of each stitch as you go, so the colour changes flow through the design. The direction you stitch (horizontal or vertical) can change the entire look of a piece! In this design and the one featured in our last issue (Winter 2014/15) Jo Gatenby used floss colours that remind us of the animals they represent – and how cute is that paw print fabric? Designed by Jo Gatenby [email protected] model stitcher Bonnie Thorn
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Chunky Knit Cabled Vest
Spring is a season of unpredictable temperatures. This vest has you covered on those warm spring days when the breeze can still send a shiver up your back. Elegantly cabled, it`s tailored just in the right spots to give you a soft curve at the waist. So easy to make! Designed by Lisa Gentry www.redheart.com
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Rozy Cozy Tea Cozy
Rozy Cozy Tea Cozy
When this cozy was finished and sitting on the teapot, my husband looked at it and said, “Could you make a hat like that?” Well yes, I could, and so can you if you’d prefer a very silly hat to a rather silly tea cozy. Designed by Denise Powell [email protected] Ravelry: DoctorKnit
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Dancing Tulips Mug Rug
Dancing Tulips Mug Rug
The Dancing Tulips Mug Rug is the third in a series of four seasonal mug rugs. Jennifer’s 2015 mug rug challenge started January 5th with the first of 52 which can be seen on her blog www.quiltsbyjen.ca. A selected few are included in this feature purely for eye-candy and inspirational purposes. Designed by Jennifer Houlden Quilts by Jen www.quiltsbyjen.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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Spring Garden Path Table Runner
Spring Garden Path Table Runner
Images of spring bloom with this Spring Garden Path table runner. The latest sewing and embroidery technology found on the Brother Innovis VM8500D makes sewing perfect half square triangles and placing the border accurately very easy! Then Scan/Stipple and Stitch your quilt design to complete your table runner directly on the VM8500D without using digitizing software program or computer. Using modern colours, textures and techniques you’ll have so much fun creating a spring-like addition to your décor. Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator, Western Canada www.brother.ca/en-CA/Products/had
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Fairisle Eggs
Fairisle Eggs
These eggs are the best! They are a great project to learn to work fair isle, and working in the round. Three fair isle patterns included. Designed by Julia Cheng The Yarn Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.theyarnstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Sunny Day & Seaside Dishcloths
Sunny Day & Seaside Dishcloths
Dishcloths are famous for practicing new crochet stitches, and so practical to use - you can't go wrong! Learn these two techniques: Tunisian Crochet working into the horizontal bar, and working under ch-1 loops. Designed by Laura Gebhardt [email protected]
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Swirling Cloth
Swirling Cloth
This swirling cloth looks pretty draped over a towel rail. The edging is worked sideways to the centre swirl. It begins with a provisional cast on, takes in one stitch from the centre section on every second row, then is closed with a garter stitch graft to make a nearly invisible finish. Designed by Cynthia MacDougall www.CGKnitters.ca blog: cgknitters.blogspot.com ravelry name: macknitnow
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Square Cloth
Square Cloth
This traditional square shape was inspired by a European shawl style. Designed by Cynthia MacDougall www.CGKnitters.ca blog: cgknitters.blogspot.com ravelry name: macknitnow
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