Beaded Snowflake Brooches
Beaded Snowflake Brooches
This out of the ordinary project includes 2 beaded brooches using domes and gears. There is a little bit of a steampunk style to these brooches. Full step by step instructions including pictures, which will help you make other variations of these brooches. Designed by Maria Rypan www.rypandesigns.com
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Cookies and Cocoa Cushion Cover
Cookies and Cocoa Cushion Cover
What's the best way to warm up after a day outside in the snow??? Right, Cookies and cocoa! Designed by Christine Baker PO Box 64 Brockville, Ontario K6V 5T7 613.342.1042 www.faireldroaddesigns.com www.uppercanadaquiltworks.com
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Cobblestone Way Cushion Cover
Cobblestone Way Cushion Cover
This down to earth cushion cover design is an elegant addition to your winter décor. Designed by Christine Allan www.funandfastpatterns.ca
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Winter Snowdrifts Cushion
Winter Snowdrifts Cushion
Use this smocking technique to create the coolest effect for winter on a cushion cover! So simple and fast to do you'll want to make it in other colours to suite your decor. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca
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Winter in My Heart
Winter in my Heart
The 4th heart in the Seasons in my Heart collection. Winter in my Heart reminds us of our favourite things during the winter. Designed by Maria E. Gollek www.marnicdesigns.com
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Blooms a-popping cardigan
Blooms a-popping cardigan
This crochet cardi has a vintage design that will make a great first impression on any occasion! Clear chart for vine design. Designed by Ruth I. Forbes Crochet Designs by Nana Ruth www.nanaruth.com [email protected]
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My Little Girl's Fair Isle Tunic
My Little Girl’s Fair Isle Tunic
Knit up this adorable tunic which has just enough Fair Isle interest to keep you knitting along... Designed by Cathy Payson www.redheart.com
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Glitter in the Snow Winter Accessories
Glitter in the Snow Winter Accessories
A very charming set of accessories, headband, fingerless mitts, and boot cuffs, to make the winter bearable. Full instructions for bead knitting instructions. Designed by Brenda Franklin www.bfdesigns.on.ca
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Berner Oberland Cabled Pullover
Berner Oberland Cabled Pullover
A quick knit, and versatile cable that can be shift up or down. Make it your own, with this easy to follow pattern. Designed by Jacqueline Grice KnitswissYarns www.KnitswissYarns.com Ravelry: Knitswiss
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Quilted Hand Muff
Quilted Hand Muff
Muffs may be a vintage piece, but constructed in this way, it is a very handy accessory to have when sitting in an arena, or by the ski slopes and outdoor skating rinks. Donna Housley & Cathy McClean www.hakidd.com
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Quilted Zentangle Self Portrait
Quilted Zentangle Self Portrait
See how liberating free motion can be when you applying it to the Zentangle concept! So easy and this pattern make it all about YOU! Methodology by Ana Paula Brasil Designed & Quilted by Jacqueline Grice The Quilt Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.thequiltstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Making a Quillow
Making a Quillow
Having a lot of fun with HSTs to make an impactful quilt, with a very easy technique. Learn how to place your printed fabric for creating the right effects. This quillow was designed, pieced and quilted by Rosalie I. Tennison. Instructions and diagrams by Christine Baker PO Box 64 Brockville, Ontario K6V 5T7 613.342.1042 www.faireldroaddesigns.com www.uppercanadaquiltworks.com
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Après Ski Banner
Après Ski Banner
There are a couple of ways to create the stain glass effect and this is one of them, a much easier way. Although Après Ski isn't meant to be a stain glass piece, but rather an outlined piece, you can use this technique for making a stain glass quilts. Designed by Doreen G. Teasdale Brampton Sew N Serge 289 Rutherford Rd. S. Unit #7 Brampton, Ontario L6W 3R9 905.874.1564 www.sewnserge.com
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A Calm Winter, A Body Pillow Cover
A Calm Winter, A Body Pillow Cover
Using stenciling to highlight machine embroidery is a perfect technique and combination to enhance all your quilting and sewing projects. Designed by Cheryl Stranges Product & Event Specialist, Husqvarna Viking husqvarnaviking.com seecherylsew.blogspot.com
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Sardinian Knot Stitch Snowflake Ornament
Sardinian Knot Stitch Snowflake Ornament
This counted thread embroidery style, called Punt’e Nù (poont-ay-new) in Sardinian, comes from the town of Teulada (tay-oo-lah-dah), which is located along the southern coastline of the Italian island of Sardinia. It’s done exclusively in the town and not taught to outsiders often. The technique uses knots to create sets of traditional geometric designs in high relief on only the vertical threads of the fabric. Designed by Jeanine Robertson italian-needlework.blogspot.com
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Joys of Winter
Joys of Winter
Comfort in winter lies in the cherished memories of the holiday season and how the brightest lights are found on the Christmas tree, and the North Star – ever watching over us. Designed by Maria E. Gollek www.marnicdesigns.com Aspiring to inspire before I expire
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You Had Me at …Woof!
You Had Me at …Woof!
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 nwext issue (Spring 2015) 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]
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Corrugated Hat and Cowl
Corrugated Hat and Cowl
Shaded yarn has the ability to add texture and pattern with such little effort. This yarn is not only colourful but amazingly soft and the perfect choice for warm comfy accessories. This hat and cowl are easy to crochet and wonderful to wear! Designed by Ann Regis www.redheart.com
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Jack Frost Scarf
Jack Frost Scarf
With Carla's request for a beaded scarf project, came the perfect opportunity for combining beads with knit lace using a technique that adds beads during the knitting process. No pre-stringing is required for this style of beaded knit. A fine crochet hook that fits into the hole in the bead is used to pull the bead onto the yarn stitch. After some experimenting, the Jack Frost scarf was created. Designed by Brenda Franklin www.bfdesigns.on.ca
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You’ve Got to Move It, Move It Knitted Tie 2
You’ve Got to Move It, Move It Knitted Tie
This knitted tie has both a certain charm and a sense of humour. Inspired by some left over variegated yarn, I thought a knitted tie would tie in perfectly in a winter issue. As I was knitting it up, it quickly occurred to me how it looked so much like the tail of a Ring-tailed Lemur. Before I knew it, I had visions of King Julien XIII shaking it to the hit song, I Like to Move It, Move It, from the movie Madagascar. Designed by Lynn Swanson
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Dragon’s Tail Scarf
The Dragon’s Tail Scarf
When I knit something for someone, I want to make sure that the pattern I choose for them reflects their personality. I couldn’t imagine knitting the item without knowing what their favourite colour is either. In 2011 I decided to make a scarf for each of my girlfriends of the Soccer Moms Club – it’s not an actual club. Although our boys stopped playing rep soccer long ago, we still get together to enjoy each other’s company. I found the perfect scarf pattern for each of the ‘girls’, but couldn’t find one that suited my friend Judy perfectly, despite my search. Since her cultural background is Asian, I thought of the dragon and the colour red, and came up with the Dragon Tail Scarf, which sports an awesome cable. Sometimes, when you can’t find the pattern you want, you just have to sit down and create it yourself. Designed by Carla A. Canonico
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