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Let's herald the end of our winter slumber with fresh and floral spring projects! Embrace all that is floral using many techniques to achieve stunning needlework projects. It's essential to your needlework skill set to know the techniques included in this issue including machine embroidery tips, curved piecing, quilting with denim and quilting cotton, 3D knitting, and colouring with thread, to name a few. Also, don't miss our essential guide to knitting needles, and a step by step tutorial on how to make your own purse – it's easier than you think. Enjoy spring, enjoy this new issue!
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Learn all about shading with thread so your embroidery work will look life-like! Step by step instructions with great pictures to help you along.
Designed by Carol Arsenault
Bed Scarf and Pillowcase
A bedscarf is charming at the foot of your bed, make it to suit your décor. See how it's done using the 10˚ wedge ruler, making it a fast and simple project in a couple of hours.
Designed by Donna Housley & Cathy McLean
Little Red Riding Hood Key Holder
The prettiest things are in the details of this cutest keyholder. So easy to make you'll want to make more than one. Mainly sewing with a little glue involved to help you out.
Designed by Michele Cheong
Drunken Circles Lap Quilt
With this easily adaptable project, learn about machine embroidery and play with the drunken path motif. Very easily adaptable to larger or smaller size quilt.
Designed by Doreen G. Teasdale
Made by Judi Richardson
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Joyful Blooms Quilt
A fascinating quilt using a lot of HSTs, detailed and easy to follow instructions. This is a quilt to to piece together and looks like you've spent ages making it.
Designed by Sarah Vanderburgh
Friendship Blanket Shrug
Knitting the linen stitch is very meditative. Get the pattern for this wrap. This particular wrap was made with scraps of yarn collected over the years and knitted into this cool wrap. So easy to make!
Designed by Jacqueline Grice
There is a Season
Celebrate the best of what every season has to offer in this charming and nostalgic cross stitched keepsake.
Designed by Joanne Gatenby
Why use threads when you could create it with beads? Beads add light, and dimension to this elegant iris. Easy to work up.
Designed by Brenda Franklin
Have you ever fallen in love with a printed fabric you'd like to make a purse of it? Here's your chance to make your own purse in your favorite fabric. Easy to follow instructions and step by step photos.
Designed by Lucy Garvin