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All it takes is some fabric from your stash, a few easy-to-find supplies, and you’re on track to provide some comfort and joy! Cold quilts, soothing eye-masks, and old fashioned, but fun, lavender sachets make great presents and takes very little time, money, or effort to provide lasting happiness.
Designed by Nancy Devine
Heaven is Hand Made
A Posy of Pom Poms
This ruffled pom pom can be worked in a little over 30 minutes, and once you get the hang of it, they are addictive! Use them for hats, bows for gifts or anything else you wish.
Designed by Tamara Krievins
Tinsel Versatile Beaded Necklace
This quick and easy-to-make necklace looks super in solid or variegated cotton. Wrap it around your neck or double it and add a brooch for a sparkly touch. Make it shorter and add a jewelry clasp for a single strand choker or for a bracelet. You can work one up in 2 evenings (8 hours) so it makes a great gift item also.
Designed by Laura Gebhardt
Snowmen are so much fun – and if you know designer Joanne Gatenby’s work, then you know she also loves to collect sayings… so what better combination then this quirky saying and a new snow friend!
Designed by Jo Gatenby
Christmas Love & Christmas Pine
It only looks difficult and daunting, but really blackwork is one of the easiest forms of embroidery. It consists of following a path by the simplest of stitches – back stitch. The double running stitch, a relative of the back stitch, is equally as easy and completes the project so it’s reversible.
Designed by Kim Beamish
Starlight Reversible Wrap
A versatile wrap to dress up or down, is made with some sparkling yarn for the holidays. Never worry about the wrong side showing!
Designed by Elizabeth Fallone
Eliza’s Buttons & Yarn
110 Little Ave Unit 8
Barrie, Ontario L4N 4K8
Lined Tea Cozy
This tea cozy is worked in two pieces with an integrated lining. For each piece, the lining is knit first, from the tip of the cozy to the base then a turning ridge is made and the outer shell is knitted back up to the tip using intarsia technique. Great excerise on double knitting.
Designed by Cynthia MacDougall
ravelry name: macknitnow
Winter Window Wallhanging
Country themes in Winter Window are inspired by the window boxes that adorned old converted churches. Build your own window box and fill it with the joy the season brings.
Designed by Linda Scallion