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The day the weather cools down, our hands are inspired to get busy. Our Fall 2016 issue is the solution to keep you inspired and in love with your favourite needle craft. Don’t miss a full tutorial on Small Batch Ice Dyeing – you’ll want to make your own printed fabric. Aside from the projects, we explore techniques like English Paper Piecing, machine embroidery, using the Brother ScanNCut, and using specialty quilting rulers. Then join us for an adventure on discovering Mystic Knitting – something we can all identify with. Included in this hot issue, are decorating ideas for the Thanksgiving season and you’ll want to get started on. Get Christmas ready with the special Christmas cross stitched project: Jasperware Wedgewood Nativity Ornaments. All this is just the tip of the iceberg…
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I Love to Quilt
Doreen shows you how to express your love for quilting. Quilting, a hobby that keeps you happy!
Designed by Doreen G. Teasdale, Brampton Sew N Serge
289 Rutherford Rd. S. Unit #7
Brampton, Ontario L6W 3R9
My Little Acorn Napkin Ring
To add charm to your dining room table the trick is in the details. Smock these tiny acorns just in time for fall festivities! Perfect for first time smockers!
Designed by Judith Marquis
Fall in My Heart
Fall in my Heart is Part 3 of a 4-part series of what we love about every season, see the part 1 in our Spring 2016 issue, followed by part 2 in the Summer issue.
Designed by Maria E. Gollek
Wavy Treasures Throw
Knitting this afghan has never been more easy and fun. Using a variation of the feather and fan motif, create waves in the motif.
Designed by Nancy J. Thomas
Lonesome Pine Wallhanging
Use English paper piecing to create all the colour nuances in this stunning fall scene.
Designed, pieced and quilted by Carol Mason
1 Dufferin Street
Cookstown, Ontario L0L 1L0
Autumn Comfort Decorative Cushions
Although this pattern is fall themed, you can apply this clever design to any season décor. Using the Sew Easy 90˚ Patchwork Triangle Ruler facilitates the geometric design.
Designed by Donna Housley & Cathy McClean