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In this winter issue, we take the blah out of frosty scenes and add sparkle and hot colours! You'll find several exciting quilts that explore several quilting techniques such as: making a free motion quilted Zentangle Self Portrait, making a Quillow, try an easy way to make the stain glass effect, play with half square triangles using different intensities of printed pattern fabrics, and how to pair up stenciling and machine embroidery. Then warm up your wardrobe with 2 Fair Isle sweaters, a child's crochet cardi with bobbles and vines, and the exquisite trio of winter accessories using the sparkling bead knitting. There's so much more…including 3 cozy cushion tops using punchneedle, smocking, and Swedish weaving. Stay warm this winter!
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Winter Snowdrifts Cushion
Use this smocking technique to create the coolest effect for winter on a cushion cover! So simple and fast to do you'll want to make it in other colours to suite your decor.
Designed by Judith Marquis
Amberlane & Amberpetites
Quilted Hand Muff
Muffs may be a vintage piece, but constructed in this way, it is a very handy accessory to have when sitting in an arena, or by the ski slopes and outdoor skating rinks.
Donna Housley & Cathy McClean
Tiny tot toques
Tiny Toques is meant for preemies, but it can be very easily adaptable for children of any age. This is a perfect project to use up your left over yarn.
Cecilia Doyle & Smith Reid
Quilted Zentangle Self Portrait
See how liberating free motion can be when you applying it to the Zentangle concept! So easy and this pattern make it all about YOU!
Methodology by Ana Paula Brasil
Designed & Quilted by Jacqueline Grice
The Quilt Store
17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket,
Ontario L3Y 8C6
Après Ski Banner
There are a couple of ways to create the stain glass effect and this is one of them, a much easier way. Although Après Ski isn't meant to be a stain glass piece, but rather an outlined piece, you can use this technique for making a stain glass quilts.
Designed by Doreen G. Teasdale
Brampton Sew N Serge
289 Rutherford Rd. S. Unit #7 Brampton,
Ontario L6W 3R9
Making a Quillow
Having a lot of fun with HSTs to make an impactful quilt, with a very easy technique. Learn how to place your printed fabric for creating the right effects.
This quillow was designed, pieced and quilted by Rosalie I. Tennison.
Instructions and diagrams by Christine Baker
PO Box 64
Brockville, Ontario K6V 5T7
Beaded Snowflake Brooches
This out of the ordinary project includes 2 beaded brooches using domes and gears. There is a little bit of a steampunk style to these brooches. Full step by step instructions including pictures, which will help you make other variations of these brooches.
Designed by Maria Rypan
Late for Work
This cross stitch project offers the perfect platform to showcase your favorite hobby. Showcase it proudly around the house...
Designed by Jo Gatenby