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The Fall season comes in a multitude of colours and textures, and there’s nothing like this issue to explore them. Prepare for the cold now, make cardigans, wraps, capes, and quilts, to celebrate this golden season.
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Tea Steeper Cozy
A fun way to express your creativity while keeping your tea warm, this tea cozy is a joy to create. Full instructions on how to apply the insulation batting. The linen is a nice frame for special tea themed fabric, but cheery gingham works well too.
Designed by Nancy Devine
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The Big Night!
It’s all set. All the gifts are wrapped and placed in Santa’s big bag. Even the reindeer know it and are looking forward to the take off! Are you ready? Perhaps you can stitch this mini winter Santa piece for your front door, but it would also look terrific stitched on a table cloth, tree skirt, or on the border of a child’s bed sheets. You know, the kind of child that is on pins and needles Christmas Eve waiting for Santa.
Designed by Maria E. Gollek
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Tablets and ereaders are everywhere these days and they come in all shapes and sizes. By following a few simple instructions, you can create a pattern for any device. Glam up the project by using free motion embroidery on the front panel. The richness of the rayon and the shine of the metallic combine to create a stunning custom cover.
Designed by Lucy Garvin
Art Deco Shawl
This is a very practical small shawl with an Art Deco influence. The shape allows it to stay on your shoulders without pinning or tying. Wear it over a coat or alone as a decorative accent. Ideal for fall.
Designed by Denise Powell
Rice Cakes Jacket
The name for this jacket is derived from the rice stitch used for the body. Seed stitch makes a good complement for the bands, which are worked as the body is made using intarsia technique. The bands can be made in the same yarn as the body, but contrasting bands make good use of the current colour blocking trend. Top-down knitting makes for minimal sewing and the Chanel-styling with raglan sleeves is timeless.
Designed by Cynthia MacDougall
ravelry name: macknitnow
Jo says this is probably one of the most challenging pieces she's ever created, because the 3D image on the fabric became part of the design process. Fortunately for you, she's done all the hard work, figuring out how to match pattern to fabric! Using the tips provided, you can use the 'shelf' provided by Fabric Flair
to display any collection of small designs you like – teacups, teddy bears, unicorns, sea shells, whatever you want!
Designed by Jo Gatenby
Maple Glory Needlework Set
A beautiful trio of needlework accessories highlighting the glorious star of autumn, the maple leaf. It's quick to make, and to stitch on your favourite needlework accessories. This leaf would look terrific on a cushion top, and while you're at it stitch more than one leaf!
Designed by Kathrin Ellison
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It’s that time of year where it’s not quite cool enough to wear a sweater, but it’s the kind of weather you wish you had something to cover a little more than your shoulders. Capes are perfect for fall and can also double as a blanket when lounging on a patio chair.
Designed by Laura Gebhardt
I Heart Hardanger Ornaments
This is a clever rendition of a heart shape worked in Hardanger which can be suited to all occasions. Make it and gift it to someone you love for their birthday, special occasion, Christmas, or just because. Make it in their favourite colour, I bet you’ll make them smile.
Designed by Kim Beamish
The Vintage Postcard Handbag
The Vintage Postcard Handbag focuses on many techniques that are so enjoyable to stitch. Make it in a colour palette that gives you a splash of bright colour, a soft palette or a very bold one. Explore the many design elements using the latest and greatest sewing tools, threads and stabilizers and of course 6D Software.
Designed by Cheryl Stranges
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