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Inspirations Issue 112 - Digital - Buon Natale

Get stitching for Christmas!

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Inspirations issue 112 is packed with stunning projects with pops of Christmas colour and sparkle to help celebrate the season alongside beautiful botanical-inspired designs to frame.

Choose from a great range of techniques including reticella, counted thread, goldwork using silver threads, Japanese-style bead embroidery, stumpwork and surface embroidery.

Featured Projects

'Inspirations Issue 112 - Digital' features the following projects:

  • Seeing Rd by Di Kirchner
    Redwork sweetbag with Elizabethan motifs and lustrous cords and tassels stitched with silk
  • Spring Song by Taetia McEwen
    Delightful spring scene of delicately shaded flowers, dainty bird and nest with three blue eggs
  • The Holly and the Ivy by Margaret Light
    Festive linen table runner with central design of holly and ivy encircled with gold braid
  • Invermay Wildflowers by Alison Cole
    Superb stumpwork study of Australian wildflowers in rich shades of purple and yellow
  • Buon Natale by Di Kirchner
    Beautiful reticella tree ornament worked in white and silver with a cord loop and beaded tassel
  • Colours of Christmas by Christine P. Bishop
    Biscornu pincushion and sachet with counted thread design celebrating the festive season
  • Rose and Honeybee by Merrilyn Whittle
    Japanese-style bead embroidery decorates a handy needlebook and coordinating scissor fob
  • Bright Butterfly by Natalie Dupuis
    Small linen bag with deep border of couched goldwork inspired by kogin embroidery

About this Digital Book File

This booklet is a digital PDF file and does not include any materials or kit. It features our award winning detailed step by step instructions, a full list of threads and materials required to make the project(s), plus any relevant hints, tips and tricks.

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