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  • 20 to Knit: Pocket Pets

    For knitters of all abilities, Sachiyo Ishii offers 20 lovely projects including a baby penguin, a koala bear, a guinea pig and a squirrel. All the projects are accompanied by clear, easy-to-follow patterns and photography. There is a useful page of basic techniques at the start of the book, including making up, stuffing and simple, decorative surface stitching.

    These lovely mini knits are all bursting with character and feel extra soft and snuggly. All the projects are exquisitely designed and very easy to make. They make perfect gifts and will delight young and old alike.

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  • 6000+ Pullover Possibilities

    Melissa Leapman takes the most basic pattern and shows knitters how to customize it using every possible sleeve, neckline or body shape in yarn weights from Super Fine to Bulky and from sizes XS to 4XL. The result is more than 6000 interchangeable sweater combinations to fit every need and personal preference.

    From saddle shoulder long sleeves to raglan bell sleeves, scoop necks to Henley plackets or straight silhouettes to empire waistlines, endless design possibilities showcased in this one book. Edge treatments, pocket options and finishing instructions are included for the most personalizable approach to sweater making ever published.

    Step-by-step instructions, easy-to-read charts and brightly coloured individual sample pieces are all efficiently combined for an easy-to-follow guide to giving any knitted pullover pattern a personal touch. Now in paperback!

    Look inside to view pages from the book.

  • A Trip Around the Wool

    Ségolaine's work is really astonishing as she closely combines raw and often recycled materials with delicate embroideries of which she knows all the variations. Come and discover her artistry!

    From Quiltmania with text in both English and French and full-size templates included.

  • Bead Embroidery Chinese Style

    This step-by-step guide to 25 unique embroidery designs incorporates traditional Chinese design elements, including landscape paintings, bird and flower motifs and famous poems. Projects are both beautiful and useful, and are simple enough for embroidery beginners. You will learn about:

    • The different bead embroidery tools, techniques and materials
    • Over a dozen embroidery stitches for single-bead, multi-bead, free stitches, layered stitches and more
    • Small-scale embroidery projects, including jewellery, coasters, pouches and silk scarves
    • More advanced projects, including makeup bags, lamp covers and wall art

    About the Author Han Yu is one of the world's leading experts on bead embroidery. She studied at the prestigious Ecole Lesage, part of Chanel's Metiers d'art, in Paris, and regularly produces pieces for Shanghai and Paris Fashion Weeks, state dignitaries and celebrities.

  • Beaded Embroidery Stitching

    Inspired by the magic of beads, buttons and charms, Christen Brown shares 8 stunning beadwork projects from brooches and bracelets to wallhangings. A handy visual guide to 125 bead embroidered and bead woven stitches categorizes each stitch by style, with a second alphabetical index to keep at your fingertips.

    • Embellish 8 projects from bedazzled jewellery to wall art and a sewing caddy
    • Search both the complete visual guide (with stitches organized by type) and the A–Z stitch index for easy reference
    • A robust project gallery will inspire crafters of all skill levels, from embroiderers and sewists to crazy quilters, mixed media artists, and jewellery makers

  • Changing Seasons

    Gail Pan's sweet and sentimental embroideries take on a delightful new twist! Small patchwork quilts include spaces to spotlight interchangeable embroidery panels, making it easy to replace one pretty piece for another to reflect the time of year.

    Four types of projects inspired by seasons, holidays, celebrations and the comforts of home mean there's always a beautiful stitchery to display. In addition to small quilts and framed art, Gail includes seven embroidered banners for all kinds of occasions that will make even ordinary days special.

    Free sample Try the Celebration Banners project from the book.

  • Complete Feltmaking

    With Complete Feltmaking, any crafter can learn the art of creating felt with a little fleece, water and soap.

    This exciting book covers all aspects of feltmaking, from making simple flat felt to felting 3D shapes, as well as felting knitted work, needle felting and some slightly more advanced techniques such as cobweb felting. Each technique is carefully explained in detail with step-by-step instructions and accompanied by several projects to keep you constantly inspired. From a cheerful polka-dot bag and cozy felted slippers to a whimsical mobile and heart-warming tea cosy, this spirited primer offers a range of projects for beginner and advanced felters.

  • Countdown to Christmas

    Susan Ache returns with a dozen spectacular quilts for Christmas. And most can be displayed year-round!

    Many quilters want to decorate with Christmas quilts during the holidays – but who wants to pack them away for 11 months of the year? Softer shades of red and green suit all seasons, whether for snuggling up on the couch in December, enjoying late-night campfires in June, or relaxing on the deck in October.

    Choose among exquisite quilts with traditional roots and lighthearted quilts that capture the magic of the season. When Christmas rolls around, any of them can take center stage.

    Free sample Try the Peppermint Party project from the book.

  • Doubleweave Revised & Expanded

    Conventional shaft loom weaving constricts the weaver into making only a single layer of fabric that is no wider than the loom. Increase your loom's capabilities with Doubleweave!

    In this comprehensive guide to doubleweave, master weaver Jennifer Moore revisits the tips and techniques to weaving in multiple layers. Doubleweave has been revised and expanded, filled with new information about doubleweaving and more including:

    • More doubleweave technique samples for both 4 and 8-shaft looms, including more overshot patterns
    • Expanded information on how to weave fabric twice, thrice or even four-times the width of your loom, with no seam
    • Beautiful doubleweave project patterns for the home and more!

  • Gertie Sews Jiffy Dresses

    In the ’50s and ’60s, Simplicity released their popular line of Jiffy sewing patterns, which had minimal pattern pieces and simple constructions, yet were chic enough for fashion-conscious customers. This approach appeals now more than ever as stylish women are continuously looking for ways to fit their love of sewing into busy lives filled with family, work, school and countless other obligations.

    Gertie Sews Jiffy Dresses is Gretchen Hirsch’s modern reinvention of this simple idea, focusing on easily mastered sewing skills, minimal pattern pieces and fabulous designs. And the best part? You will end up with a sparkling wardrobe of easy-to-wear, fun-to-style dresses that will fill busy modern lives with retro charm.

  • In Love with Mother's Dreams

    Over the course of an entire year, Reiko Kato worked on the theme In Love with Mother's Dreams with her students and the exquisite results have been compiled in this book. Over 37 projects, all dedicated to the heart, await your creative hands.

    The book’s pièce de résistance is Reiko’s unbelievable quilt, so elaborate and brimming with details. From adorable decorative objects to mini panels, everthing is kawaï (Japanese for cute). You can start small and work your way to Reiko’s quilt!

    From Quiltmania with text in English and French.

  • Kawaii Origami

    Kawaii and origami are two art forms beloved by millions around the globe . With Kawaii Origami, you get 50 sheets of origami paper and 25 kawaii-style origami projects with step-by-step instructions – all in one pack.

    This pack is ideal for the beginner origami artist looking to make super cute origami pieces, from an origami ice cream cone to origami cats. In addition to popular characters, you will be able to produce origami houses, sweets, sushi and more.

    About the Author Chrissy Pushkin is a popular YouTube artist that launched the website Paper Kawaii in 2010. Her videos have received more than 50 million views since she launched. Her origami trash bin received 3 million views alone. Based in Australia, the social media star has a very healthy following.

  • Les Fantaisies Quiltees et Brodees de Cecile Franconie

    Cécile Franconie is noted for the exquisite nature and somewhat retro bohemian charm of her embroidery and crochet work.

    Here Cécile opens her studio doors to us and presents some 20 of her latest creations for you to make; in these projects she combines quilting and embroidery with elegance and whimsy.

    From Quiltmania with text in both English and French with actual-size patterns included.

  • Macrame Decor

    Macramé Décor introduces fashionable and useful interior décor items created with macramé – a form of textile created using knotting techniques.

    Boho chic style décor, which borrows from both bohemian styles and hippie styles, is currently quite popular. The 25 macramé projects featured come with step-by-step instructions and techniques. From plant hangers and tapestries, to screens and dream catchers, there's something of interest for everyone.

  • Making Hats

    Hats finish an outfit – they make a statement, provide panache and lift your spirits. This book explains how to make your own hats, using traditional construction methods with both specialist millinery foundation materials and a range of fabrics and trimmings.

    Alison Hart showcases 26 hats and headpieces, each with step-by-step photographs and instructions, some using ready-made elements, others that are made from scratch. Celebrating the versatility of hats, she introduces the wide range of styles and shapes that modern millinery has embraced.

  • Mountmellick Mystery Quilt by Di Ford

    Di Ford's Mountmellick Mystery Quilt was published in several issues of Quiltmania magazine in 2014 and is presented here in a single package. This includes:

    • A 28-page booklet with instructions for the blocks and final assembly
    • Full-size block patterns for the six blocks

    From Quiltmania with all text in English.