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What to say about our new issue? Pay attention to the details! Details abound and enhance projects taking them from really nice to super special. Take the Purple Cornflower Quilt for example. You'll find loving words like family, love, happiness etc. We encourage you to machine embroider your favourite words across the petals and leaves. Two extraordinary teapot cozies worth taking notice of, one sewn and the other crocheted. This isn't all. There are quilted projects to make using appliqué, free motion quilting, and adding details a little out of the ordinary. Adding bling to our knitted projects, and making the Eggli Vest for a feeling of versatility, wear it 2 ways! Make the Nutcracker Tree in time for Christmas – using only black floss and a little metallic thread for stars. AND we showcase two fascinating women in the world of quilting: Lise Belanger and Galla Grotto. Don't miss their extraordinary pieces of fibre art! You know there's more in this issue…get it, enjoy it!
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Trellis Dreams Wrap
This is a very easy and quick wrap to make with just enough interest to be a little out of the ordinary. The magic steps in when you make it with Rozetti Cotton Gold Yarn, then the multi coloured sequins come alive and make it all glimmer!
Designed by Flo Flory
LOVE! In Fall Appliqué Button Art
With the goal to get young sewist into sewing, Cathy designed this fibre art piece to get them interested in needle and thread in the hope they will become avid sewists… Fun project even for accomplished sewists too!
Designed by Cathy McLean
The Nutcracker Tree
A little modern, and very adaptable to any Christmas décor theme, Jo Gatenby captures the essence of Christmas in this beautiful outline of the Nutcracker Tree.
Designed by Joanne Gatenby
It's a little cutie, Owen Owl will be a favourite during the Halloween season. The perfect ornament to make and give to someone special or you can make it, keep it and cherish it.
Designed by Carolyn Mitchell
The Eggli Vest is a one of the most versatile vest in a long time, wearing it upside down will give it a different look and it's the same vest! A little cable for interest and structure, and I-cord cast off for that final touch of class.
Designed by Jacqueline Grice
Sweet Begonia uses surface embroidery, shading and very little time to embroider. It's like painting with thread. Step by step instructions makes it enjoyable to stitch.
Designed by Carol Arsenault
Shooting Star Wrap
An out-of-this-world wrap to add a little interest to any wardrobe. See the sparkle in it using Rozetti Cotton Gold Yarn…
Designed by Denise Powell
There's so much comfort in a wrapghan during cooler weather, or air conditioned space. The comfort is also in the colours and seeing it over your favourite chair.
Designed by Nancy J. Thomas
Birds of Paradise Quilt
Who knew half square triangles could look so captivating! Join Elaine Theriault as she shows you how to put this beauty of a quilt together. Very easy to assemble the rows once you're done with the HST (half square triangles.
Designed by Elaine Theriault