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  • Bead Jewelry 101

    Bead Jewelry 101 teaches you everything you need to know to create beautiful jewellery with beads.

    • The Basics walks you through all the tools, materials and basic construction techniques you'll use for the projects – accompanying online videos capture the techniques in action
    • The Projects are organized by various findings, or jewellery elements, so you'll learn new techniques and build new skills with every piece you make with full-colour, step-by-step instructions and photos with beautiful variations to inspire you to create your own designs

  • Beginner's Guide to Screen Printing

    In this Beginner's Guide to Screen Printing, Erin Lacy shows you how to make your own screen using an embroidery hoop and silk fabric, and demonstrates how to create beautiful designs that are easy to achieve.

    Discover how to print onto different surfaces such as wood, cork and fabric, and create twelve stunning, coastal and botanical-themed projects through bright and colourful step-by-step photography. The book includes templates and inspiration on how to design your own screen printing motifs.

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  • Beyond the Block

    Classic yet contemporary, Log Cabin blocks are steeped in tradition yet open to infinite possibilities. In Beyond the Block, today's top designers show you how to take the traditional Log Cabin block in new directions, creating inspired designs that embrace the past while incorporating modern aesthetics and one-of-a-kind style. You'll find:

    • 15 inspiring patterns for quilts, accessories and home décor from some of the biggest names in quilting today – including Tula Pink, Thomas Knauer, Debbie Grifka and Siobahn Rogers
    • Illustrated, step-by-step tutorials for making a variety of Log Cabin blocks, from traditional to wonky
    • Expert tips on everything from quilt-making basics to choosing fabrics and using colour
    • Artist profiles and inspiring essays on making group projects, quilting for charity, creating your own Log Cabin block designs and more!

    Featuring projects anyone can make, this beautifully curated collection will inspire you to take your quilting to the next level and make your own mark on one of quilting's most beloved blocks – the Log Cabin.

  • Big Book of Lap Quilts

    Get a whopping 51 patterns for the always-popular lap quilt – designs for every day, seasons, holidays and special days abound.

    Discover quilts from outstanding designers, including Country Threads, Kim Diehl, Amy Ellis, Sherri K. Falls, Joanna Figueroa, Jill Finley, Lynne Hagmeier, Kimberly Jolly, Nancy Mahoney, Me and My Sister Designs, Carrie Nelson, Pat Sloan, Cheryl Wall, Corey Yoder, and more!

    Lap quilts are the perfect size for so many occasions: cozy cuddling, creative decorating, gift giving and more. You'll lap up this versatile lap-quilt pattern collection – there are so many ways to use it!

  • Bowl Me Over

    Stitch 'em up, pile 'em high, and enjoy! These sweet little pillows are irresistibly fun to stitch! Thirty petite bowl fillers are a snap to make with Debbie Busby's easy wool-appliqué techniques, embroidery stitches and finishing steps.

    With a folk-art flair that encourages creativity, you can welcome guests, delight family and friends, and add sweet touches to your decor – simply assemble, arrange, admire and adore! Or fill them with crushed walnut shells and use them as pincushions instead. Wool-and-cotton cuties in seven heart-warming categories require only scraps of fabric, bits of thread, fibrefill stuffing and embellishments you may already have on hand.

  • 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 light-hearted quilts that capture the magic of the season. When Christmas rolls around, any of them can take centre stage.

  • Cozy Asymetry

    A versatile jacket with an offset closure. Semi-fitted darted seamed jacket. In seam pockets, asymmetrical notched front, stand up collar and two piece sleeve. Shaped front hemline. Lined or unlined.

    Suggested Fabrics: Medium to Heavy weight fabrics: Cotton, Silk, Wool, Linen, Handwovens, Tapestry,Leather, Suede, etc.

    Sizes: XS – 5XL

  • Creating Art Quilts with Panels

    Discover how to transform fabric panels and thread into one-of-a-kind art quilts. Award-winning quilter and fibre artist Joyce Hughes shows how to use dimensional thread painting, raw edge appliqué and a variety of embellishments to make seasonal panels, beautiful florals and panel replicas like Van Gogh's Starry Nights.

    From simple beading to more advanced three-dimensional pieces, Joyce presents her techniques clearly and concisely with detailed photographs in step-by-step format. Sure to please both traditional and contemporary artists alike, Creating Art Quilts with Panels also features a photographic gallery of inspirational art quilt masterpieces.

  • Easy Knitted Fingerless Gloves

    Easy Knitted Fingerless Gloves presents an updated take on a favourite cool weather accessory with classic patterns like Fair Isle, Aran, cables and knit-and-purl, all knitted using Japanese charts and techniques. Among the 21 patterns in this book you'll find:

    • Fair Isle-patterned gloves with lacy cuffs
    • A pair of slouchy, lightweight arm warmers
    • Cozy picot-finished gloves with loop-stitched cuffs
    • Elegant beaded mohair cuffs
    • And more!

    The colourful patterns and classy neutrals offer something for every personal style and level of coziness. A few basic lessons aimed at those who already have some knitting experience and a step-by-step guide to the Japanese knitting symbols help simplify the process.

  • Fair Isle Knitting

    Fair Isle knitting has a timeless appeal, and is celebrated all over the world for its beautiful patterns and distinctive motifs. Using just two colours in each row you can create a myriad of different patterns that are deceptively easy to achieve. In this definitive guide, expert knitting designer and best-selling author Monica Russel teaches you the essential skills of this traditional colourwork technique and provides all the inspiration you need to create stunning Fair Isle patterns of your own.

    The book includes:

    • A fascinating history of Fair Isle knitting, and takes a close look at the yarns, needles and other tools you need to get started in colourwork
    • Step-by-step instructions on the key techniques for creating Fair Isle patterns, including choosing colours and using charts, all illustrated with step-by-step photographs and an abundance of colourful examples
    • A stunning collection of pattern swatches provides inspiration and instruction for over 45 borders, patterns and motifs, all accompanied by a written pattern, chart and examples in various colourways
    • 14 items to knit, ranging from a simple hat to a stunning dress and waistcoat

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