Issue 55 Digital Version

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Join us as we explore the beauty of trees through the fascinating realm of needlework. Our dedicated contributors have created outstanding projects from various perspectives with this theme in mind. See what sewing machines and notions make the projects possible and easy to make. Enjoy!

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Swing into Spring Wall Hanging
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Step by step instructions on how to make this intricate wall hanging which depicts and couples Betty Biberdorf's most fond childhood memories and her love for fibre art. Highlighting the Husqvarna Viking Brilliance 75Q and its useful quilting accessories. Designed by Betty Biberdorf Product & Event Specialist Educator Event & Sewing Specialist Coordinator PFAFF® and HUSQVARNA VIKING® Sewing Machines SVP Canada Inc. [email protected]
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Canadian Fall Colours Placemats
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Making four original leaf-shape placemats using ice dyeing to create the fabric and free motion quilting to make the veins in the leaves. Designed by Cathy McLean Product Specialist www.hakidd.com
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Under The Canopy Quilt
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Awesome new quilting technique! After paying close attention to the trees on her daily walks, Elaine saw some beautiful patterns on the tree trunks. More walking and daydreaming gave way to the bark pattern as the quilt design emerged. The colours represent fall colours. The seams are wonky, as are branches in real life. Now wouldn’t you want to make a quilt fort using this quilt? Designed by Elaine Theriault crazyquilteronabike.blogspot.ca
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The Pixelated Tree Quilt
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Inspired by a quilting retreat about improvising and composition Paul Léger attended in 2016, he plays with that concept creating a pixel art tree without an initial set design, using his fabric stash. See how it's done. Designed by Paul Léger www.paullegerquilts.com
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Cardinal Woods Quilt
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Orchard Blossoms Shawl
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Gingham Apples Socks
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Inspired by the apple tree and knit from the top down, these socks are best described as a 'tree from the ground up'! The black yarn (Toe) represents the rich soil for the roots. The two shades of brown (Foot) look like the bark of the trunk with the words on the sole scratched in. The pink (Heel and Turn) is for fragrant blossoms and yellow is for bees. The red and white apples (Leg) are reminiscent of a gingham apron. Lastly, blue/green mix (Cuff) is to top off the tree with loops for leaves under the sky. Designed by Lorraine Thompson 905.885.0347
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A Tree for Every Season
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Created specifically for this issue, Olesya was inspired by the beauty of trees in every season to create 6" quilt blocks. Designed by Olesya Lebedenko Patreon.com/olesyalebedenkodesign [email protected] Instagram Facebook
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