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Rosie Sweater Set
The Rosie Sweater Set is one of the few knitted hat and cardigan patterns of its kind. Reminiscent of days gone by, this is still a favourite pattern for those who love coordinated sets that keep babies and toddlers warm, and charming at the same time.
Designed by B'Ann Finlay
Oakville, Ontario L6H 2P7
Spring Bliss Doll & Book Cover
In this show-stopping embroidered set, you'll learn the art of stumpwork. Stumpwork makes stitching look rich! Full instructions and templates for the doll, and instructions for the embroidery for both, the doll and book.
Designed by Lucy Garvin & Sherry Del Rizzo
Toronto and Oakville, Ontario
Part of the charm of this design comes from the use of layers… the background is half-stitched with a single strand of floss making it very soft and faded in the background, while the tissue paper is full-stitched with a single strand of floss, so the colors are still soft… then the flowers themselves are stitched with 3 strands, to really make them stand out, with deep rich colours!
Designed by Jo Gatenby
X’s & Oh’s
Tweed, Ontario K0K 3J0
Fresh Tulips Book Cover is one of the most charming quilted book covers you'll find. The tulips were painted on silk fabric using Jacquard Textile Colors. See how easy this process is. The rest of the book cover is quilted using WonderFil threads. Full instructions.
Designed by Anna Buzzalino
Patches and Paint
Spring’s Bubbly Bath Duo
Full instructions for this crochet spa set.
Spring is in the air and with spring comes – spring cleaning. After an exhausting day of house beautifying it’s time to relax and beautify you. And what better way than by enjoying a long soak in a bubble-filled bath? When it’s time to soap up and scrub the day’s cares away, you’ll appreciate this bath duo consisting of a back scrubber and bath mitt.
Both are soft and cushy, but bumpy enough to gently exfoliate your skin. Make them in our spring fresh colours or choose some that coordinate with your bathroom. Either way, you’ll love the way you feel after your bath. Why not make a few extra? They’re quick and easy to make and, paired with fragrant soaps, they’ll be a welcome gift set for friends, family members, or your favourite hostess.
Designed by Laura Gebhardt
Sheep are the natural subject for hooked mats made with wool. This little design is more playful than realistic because the wooly part of the sheep is outlined in bright colours. The faces are hooked simply in solid black. Get the pattern template and more hooking tips in the instructions.
Designed by Deanne Fitzpatrick
Rug Hooking Studio
33 Church Street,
Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H 3A7
These sweet little wallets are a sentimental keepsake for your business cards, credit cards, special notes, or a tiny sewing project. Made from discarded pieces of decorator fabrics it makes a creative recycling project that is unique and functional. Also a great destashing idea! Full wallet pattern and instructions.
Designed by Donna Funnell
Star of the Day Chair Cover
Star of the Day Cushion Cover is inspired by our wish to highlight children's good deeds and spur them on to do better each day! Easy to do, with tips on how to make the chair cover special for your little one.
Designed by Janine Zeck
Mrs. Zeck’s School of Fine Arts
In the spring, everyone, Canadians especially, quickly don their capris and shorts. But the weather can still be cool. Knee highs allow us to take full advantage of the sun, and still protect against that chill.
The side lace panels remind me of tulips, the perfect springtime flower. The ribbing was added front and back to ensure a snug fitting leg, making these perfect for hiking and strolling in the springtime sunshine. Charts.
Designed by Barb Brown
Cold Lake, Alberta
Repurposed Pottery Pin Cushions
These pincushions are based on a long ago summer camp craft project. Back then, we used empty frozen juice cans.
I found these pottery pieces on a trip to a local thrift store for less than $1. You can use cups and saucers too. Just glue the cup to the saucer with some seriously strong glue. The saucer can corral stray buttons, a bobbin or two, or provide a resting place for scissors.
Create these Re-purposed Pottery Pincushions for yourself, a few of your stitching pals, or for sale at a fundraising bazaar.
Designed by Nancy Devine
Hramavik the Thunder Spirit
My Hramavik - Thunder Spirit design is the result of three sources of inspiration: a Belarusan motif pattern, the Trianglepoint stitch technique and the colour palette proposed. This can make an extraordinary placemat and by repeating the design, can also be adapted into a runner. Instructions and charts included.
Designed by Iryna Varabei
Spirit of Belarus
2203 – 40 Teesdale Place
Toronto, Ontario M1L 1L3