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In this issue, we’ve picked the freshest and zaniest fruit for you to enjoy making in the summer. We’ve included the juiciest colours, the sweetest designs, and techniques that are ripe for helping you improve your needlework skills and discover new ones. Here are a couple of cool things to try: vintage stitches using the sewing machine, making the most of printed fabric in a quilt, sewing a stitching portfolio, needle storage solution including a pattern for a knitted circular needle organizer, a knitted lacework baby blanket, 3D crochet, funny cross stitched baby bibs, and you know there’s so much more. Enjoy exploring a great issue! Enjoy your summer!
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Farm Fresh Quilt
Making fruit with fabric has never been this much fun! See how to compose a fun fruitstand theme for a summer quilted wall hanging.
Quilt Designed and Stitched by Lynn Swanson.
Summer Berries Table Runner
This simple table runner is the perfect platform for exploring several types of embellishments, including circular motion stitching, machine embroidery, decorative stitches, and free motion quilting using Fabric Magic. Transform fabric into your creative ideas.
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Let Me Sock You Cloaked Berries
Purl stitches are placed just right to give the illusion of little berries on these sockes. A sock pattern you want to knit for the summer, and socks you want to wear in the winter to remind you of summer berries.
Designed by Luigina Baratto
Fruit Stand Quilt
Have fun with the prints on your fabric, see how to compose a fun fruitstand theme for a summer quilted wall hanging.
Designed by Doreen G.
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Brampton, Ontario L6W 3R9
Vegi Table BIBS
Jo Gatenby expresses her sense of humour in this zany bibs. They're so quick to stitch. Instructions on how to sew the different bibs are included with diagrams - if you wanted to sew your own.
Designed by Jo Gatenby
Never Forgotten Baby Blanket
Knitter and yarn dyer Jacqueline Grice gives you the option of making the sweetest baby blanket or knitting the pattern as a shawl. Easy to knit up and interesting enough to never get bored.
Flower of Hope Doily
An enchanted flower blossoms as you pull threads in just the right places. An old form of embroidery is forever new and thrilling today.
Designed by Kim Beamish
Bits ‘N’ Bobs Bag
This is the perfect project to make if you're trying Tunisian crochet for the first time. Quick enough to finish fast and just enough to know if you like to Tunisian crochet
Designed by Julia Bryant