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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!

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    $37.99
  • 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.

    $64.99
  • Abstract Acrylics

    Waltraud Nawratil shows you how to combine a love for nature with a passion for expressive abstract painting. The reader will learn how to use acrylics, watercolours or airbrushing, as well as natural materials such as sand, bark and leaves, to create captivating pictures full of colour and vitality.

    There is a wealth of stunning abstract pieces by Waltraud which will provide inspiration for more experienced painters as well as the beginner. The book covers the variations through the seasons, teaching the reader to see the natural world with creativity and a fresh new perspective.

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    $36.99
  • Art of Gouache

    If you love painting with watercolour and are ready to experiment with something different, then the versatile medium of gouache could be just the thing for you. Gouache is water-based, quick-drying and, can be painted light over dark as well as dark over light. Ideal for the beginner, it can be used thinly in a watercolour style, or more thickly as with oils or acrylics.

    This guide covers all the materials and tools required and has a comprehensive techniques section that includes overlaying colours, colour blending and troubleshooting.

    Experienced author Jeremy Ford takes you through three simple, step-by-step projects, each showcasing a unique style of painting with gouache. Numerous finished paintings are included to demonstrate the range of subjects, styles and techniques that you can achieve, and encourage you to develop your own style of painting using this exciting medium.

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    $38.99
  • 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

    $44.99
  • Beginner’s Guide to Intarsia Knitting

    Learn how to create bright and colourful knits using the intarsia method of colour knitting. This clear and simple book is ideal for anyone who wants to learn the art of knitting with different coloured yarns. It guides you effortlessly through the process of choosing colours, preparing yarn bobbins and working out yarn quantities through to the basic intarsia techniques such as joining in new colours and working from charts.

    At the end of the book there is a mouth-watering collection of 11 gorgeous projects including a fox-themed cushion, an eye-catching chevron scarf and a show-stopping star blanket all designed with the beginner in mind.

    Whether you prefer vibrant, multi-coloured knits or more muted tones, this easy-to-follow book will teach you all you need to know to create contemporary colourwork.

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    $26.99
  • 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.

    $34.99
  • Colourful Wayuu Bags to Crochet

    Colourful, functional and fun, these striking crocheted Wayuu bags have the best combination of features! Using the technique of tapestry crochet, there are ten stunning bags to make, all in excitingly bold colourways and designs, with the characteristic woven shoulder straps and drawstring cords. Some of the bags are also embellished with pompoms and tassels. Using the traditional geometric patterns and shapes of the Colombian and Venezuelan Wayuu people, each bag is unique and you can make them in your own choice of colours.

    Tapestry crohcet uses just one crochet stitch and is an easy technique to learn, and a section at the end of the book shows you how to make the beautifully braided straps and drawstrings. The braided straps could also easily be made on their own as trendy belts for trousers and skirts.

    Using very simple stitches, with easy-to-follow patterns and widely available 100% cotton yarns, these bags are too beautiful to resist – so pick up your yarn and hook and get started!

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    $26.99
  • 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.

    $19.99
  • 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.

    $39.99
  • 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!

    $51.99
    $44.99
  • Kansas City Star Quilts Sampler

    In 1928, the Kansas City Star newspaper printed its first quilt block pattern – they continued this tradition for 34 wonderful and influential years. Now for the first time, the best of the blocks from each year can be found in one place!

    Slow down and stitch 60+ vintage block patterns, culminating in an unforgettable sampler quilt to showcase each one. Meet the women who brought quilting to the newspaper, as profiled by best-selling author and quilt historian Barbara Brackman.

    $52.99
    $44.99
  • Knitted Rabbits

    Packed with 20 brilliant, bouncing bunnies to knit and love, this book has a carrot-crunching character for everyone! From fluffy, cuddly rabbits and bean bag bunnies to egg cosies, finger puppets and even a bunny bride and groom, this fun book includes rabbits for knitters of all abilities. It contains practical advice, basic techniques and a handy list of abbreviations.

    Using a mix of yarns and weights, from fluffy and textured to cottons and naturals, the author shows how to create different looks and how to maximise bunny personality. The patterns are suitable for beginners and more advanced knitters, with techniques ranging from easy basic stitches to more decorative ideas.

    Including fun photography and clearly written patterns, these different bunny characters have wide appeal and are almost too cute to handle!

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    $26.99