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  • If You Can Doodle, You Can Paint

    Doodling is really just mark making ... marks that happen when you are otherwise occupied. These intuitive marks that flow from you naturally while you are doodling are an expression of your true style, like your handwriting. This book looks at our doodles as resources; treasures from which we can create full-sized paintings. Even if you don't consider yourself a doodler, the exercises and techniques in this book will give you a fun way to tap into your personal style, the voice that comes from deep inside.

    Through the exercises in this book, you will dig into your creative life to find a style that is authentically yours. The invitation starts with a pencil as you work through automatic and specific doodle assignments. Eventually, you will learn how to size up and combine these doodles into larger compositions. Then, you will begin mixing it up with watercolour paints and, finally, with acrylic paints.

  • Interweave Presents: Classic Knit Shawls

    A shawl may be the perfect knitting project. It's quick to stitch, the ideal-size for trying new techniques and the end result is a versatile, practical accessory. Whether light and airy for a warm summer evening or cozy and cabled to protect against winter's chill, you can't go wrong with a shawl.

    This collection features an array of classic shawl patterns from the Interweave archives. Knitters at all levels will find something to keep their needles busy exploring lace, cables, colourwork and more. Create a lacy layer with Ilme's Autumn Triangle. Experiment with colour on the Impasto Shalwette. Or whip up the simple yet engaging Madeleine shawl. With patterns for a range of weights and warmth levels, this book will help you stay wrapped in stitches any time of year.

  • Jo's Little Favorites II

    Moda Fabrics designer, and small-quilt expert Jo Morton returns with another collection of favourite patterns that you'll be delighted to stitch. Whether you have a handpicked collection of reproduction fabrics just waiting to shine or want to discover new favourites, you'll love sewing and displaying each pretty little patchwork gem!

    • Decorate your home with little quilts – artfully styled photos will inspire you
    • Improve your accuracy with Jo's tips for precise patchwork sewing
    • Helpful hints include instructions about how to quilt each eye-catching project

  • Just Be Claus

    Catch the holiday spirit with simple and practical hand-embroidery projects starring Saint Nick himself. These 24 whimsical projects are guaranteed to keep you in stitches!

    • Enjoy easy-to-stitch projects that make delightful gifts and festive decorations
    • Stitch charming holiday decor, including tea towels, pillows, pincushions, wall hangings and more
    • Create custom projects by mixing and matching simple, classic Christmas embroidery motifs

  • Minick and Simpson Blue & White

    Join expert quiltmaker Laurie Simpson and acclaimed rug hooker Polly Minick on a journey of inspiration and inventive ideas. Explore a matchless collection of stunning quilts, magnificent hooked rugs and a treasury of one-of-a-kind textiles showcased in a variety of settings, from classic and coastal to Americana. Inspired vignettes are filled with ideas for highlighting textiles that will be right at home with your decor.

    You'll find it all in blue and white: clever decorating tips to bring a breath of freshness to your personal style, rich full-colour photographs demonstrating the authors' advice for curating and decorating with textiles, insight on adding diversity to a two-colour palette and a stunning collection of one-of-a-kind quilts, rugs and textiles you won't see anywhere else.

  • Modern Tapestry Crochet

    Modern Tapestry Crochet teaches you how to crochet colour work projects by carrying two or more colours of yarn at once, which opens up new design possibilities from Fair Isle details to bold, geometric designs and everything in between.

    The book takes tapestry crochet away from it's traditional aesthetic, giving it a thoroughly modern makeover with techniques suitable for beginners to experienced crocheters alike. It features:

    • Detailed step-by-step photos and illustrations
    • Tips on developing your own charted designs
    • 16 stylish projects, including hats, scarves, bags and more!

  • New Dimension in Wool Applique

    Honour the legacy and history of Baltimore Album blocks with Deborah Tirico’s distinctive appliqué style!

    With luscious felted wool and textures as rich as the history they depict, well-known motifs are the basis for 9 appliqué projects from table rugs and pillows to pincushions. No-fray wool appliqué is a perfect take-along project for leisurely stitching with no turned edges.

    Perfect techniques such as trapunto, layering, stuffing, needle-slanting, and beading with this complete visual guide, which also includes full-size templates and tips for personalizing Baltimore classics.

  • New York Beauties & Flying Geese

    Become a skilled foundation piecer with New York Beauty blocks and arcs of Flying Geese that amaze! Carl Hentsch simplifies a technique loved by many with his straightforward approach to curved piecing, foundation piecing and simple machine appliqué.

    Stitch your way through 31 architectural block patterns, ideal for advanced beginners and intermediate quilters. Then it's time to practice on 10 full-size quilts and 27 bonus pillow projects with lively colour combinations to provide movement and drama.

    • Complex piecing made simple – expand your skill set and learn new tips and techniques for curved and foundation piecing
    • Traditional blocks shine with the use of modern fabrics in rich colour stories, with fabric selections by Tula Pink
    • Practice your newfound skills on a small project with stunning round pillows designed to accompany each quilt

  • No Scrap Left Behind

    Rescue your fabric scraps – even the smallest pieces – with 16 satisfying quilts and projects. Sew modern quilts for everyday use that will help you get back to the roots of quiltmaking, with projects designed to help you use up every last scrap.

    Learn sorting and storage tips to help you plan your next quilt, with projects categorized by type of scrap – squares, strings, triangles, or little snippets. Sew pretty pincushions and cards for instant gratification, saving the most treasured pieces for a full-size quilt. You’ll never look at scraps the same way again!

  • Oh Glory!

    Stitch a bounty of red-white-and-blue projects featuring classic blocks. Straightforward piecing and simple designs highlight all-American colour combinations in these projects with perennial appeal.

    • Enjoy spirited projects that will brighten your home, including table toppers, quilts, wall hangings, a throw pillow and more
    • Perfect year 'round as gifts for military families, national holidays and fans of Old Glory
    • Be inspired to mix and match red, white and blue fabrics for a scrappy look

  • Origami Garden

    Origami expert Mark Bolitho explains how to make perfectly formed origami objects that are pleasing to fold and make. Includes 32 pages of origami paper so that you can try out these mindful projects for yourself.

    The Origami Garden divides into sections on:

    • Flowers and Plants (easy roses, cactus and pod, lilies and water lilies and many other flowers and foliage)
    • Fruit and Vegetables (mushrooms, strawberries, pineapple, pears and palm leaves, pine tree and pine cone, chilli pepper)
    • Garden Life (birds, butterfly and frog)

  • Painting Perspective, Depth & Distance in Watercolour

    A lavish expansion and update of Geoff Kersey's bestselling book, this new edition features substantially expanded chapters on the key aspects of perspective along with new artwork and two completely new step-by-step projects.


    • Introduction
    • Materials
    • Drawing and sketching
    • Using colour
    • Linear perspective
    • Aerial perspective
    • Skies
    • Projects: Snow Scene, Glencoe, Boats at Bosham Quay, Cromford Canal, Farm Buildings, Grange in Borrowdale, Baslow Edge

    Look inside the book.

  • Paper Folded Flowers

    With step-by-step photographic guidance, Elizabeth Moad shows you how to make simple, yet effective, paper flower embellishments, from greeting card adornments to floral bunting and decorations that will brighten any home.

    Learn how to apply simple folding techniques such as kirigami and teabag folding to create beautiful blooms for any occasion.

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  • Quiltmaker's Butterfly Forest

    Beginning with the magnificent 12-block sampler of butterflies and wreaths, you’ll sew 8 enchanting projects that capture nature’s beauty. Introduce contrast, embellishment and negative space as you sew large quilts, pillows, wallhangings and placemats.

    • Nature’s magic, sewn with fabric – 12 full-size butterfly patterns and 6 wreath patterns that stitch up fast
    • Raw-edge appliqué a block each month to finish the exquisite sampler
    • Try your hand at 8 projects
    • Full-size appliqué patterns are included, plus an easy guide to raw-edge fusible appliqué

  • Rainbow Quilts for Scrap Lovers

    Are you swimming in fabric scraps from sewing garments, bags and quilts? Learn to rescue and reuse fabric leftovers with 12 stunning, colourful quilt patterns for scrap lovers. Judy Gauthier teaches you her indispensible system for cutting usable squares from "real," oddly shaped scraps, not just strips or precuts!

    • Quilt 12 scrap-quilt projects from easy 3½ , 4½ and 5½ inch squares
    • Organize colorful fabric scraps into usable pieces to sew beginner-friendly quilts with personality
    • Get a concrete plan for using mismatched and oddly shaped scraps – the green and economical way to sew

  • Robin Vizzone's Peculiar Primitives: A Collection of Eclectic Pr

    Embrace the beauty of hand stitching with whimsical, age-worn designs. From wall quilts to table toppers and primitive dolls to pincushions, you'll sew 12 handcrafted projects with eccentric flair and distinct character – ideal for both beginners and more experienced sewists. Your stitches are meant to tell a story, so put perfection to the side as you create memories with felted wool, distressed cottons and embroidery thread.

    • Sew 12 eclectic designs using felted wool appliqué and hand embroidery
    • Embrace perfectly imperfect construction that truly embodies the primitive look
    • Savor slow sewing while making handmade gifts for those you love

  • Rock Solid

    Solids: they're versatile, they're affordable, and they've got the starring role in 13 vibrant quilts by top designers!

    This collection of bright and simple-to-stitch designs with subtle modern style shines in colourful Kona Cottons. Re-creating each quilt is a snap, thanks to comprehensive colour keys and colour names included with each pattern.

  • Sew Caroline Weekend Style

    Caroline Hulse has created a learn-to-sew guide filled with easy, go-to pieces that work together for a one-of-a-kind weekend style.

    She delivers all the learn-to-sew information a beginner needs, including must-have tools and materials, basic stitches and step-by-step finishing techniques. From there, you'll be set to sew Caroline's easy, go-to pieces for all your weekend adventures.

    Stitch up coordinates to wear out to brunch, to an afternoon picnic, just lounging around the house, and more. And don't forget the finishing touches such as a versatile bag and accessory patterns that stitch up in a snap to complete your ensembles.