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Inspirations Issue 31 - Inspirational Ideas

80 pages of Inspirational ideas from a cute library bag to exquisite French knot miniatures.



In Inspirations Issue 31 we teach you cutwork, discover beading, provide great gift ideas including a cute library bag for kids, exquisite French knot miniatures and the ultimate needlecase along with 80 pages of inspirational ideas. Contributors include Lisa Moroney, Liz Vickery, Jane Nicholas, Jenny McWhinney, Carolyn Pearce, Kris Richards and Barbara Horn.

QUALITY OF PRODUCT NOTIFICATION: While the printed copies we’re selling of this issue are brand new, please be aware they are over 15 years old and as a result some imperfections may be present including scuff marks and minor damage to the corners. We do check every magazine before shipping it to you, however in some instances the only new stock left may be slightly imperfect.

Featured Projects

'Inspirations Issue 31' features the following projects:

  • Narcissus by Susan O'Connor
    Elegant cutwork daffodil evening bag
  • The Formal Garden by Lisa Moroney
    Detached chain topiary trees
  • Antique Gold by Liz Vickery
    Lavishly beaded evening bag
  • Liberty by Jane Nicholas
    Unique stumpwork cricket
  • Little Imp by Jenny McWhinney
    Colourful library bag
  • Golden Threads by Carolyn Pearce
    Exquisite needlework
  • Angel Child by Kris Richards
    Cute toddler outfit
  • The Four Seasons by Barbara Horn
    Tiny pictures portraying each season

Shipping Time

Please allow 7-14 days for orders placed within Australia and 3-4 weeks for international deliveries. Orders containing a backorder item will be sent as soon as the backorder item is in stock.

Additional Information

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Inspirations Magazine is published quarterly and features the world’s most beautiful needlework projects, showcased with gorgeous photography and complete with step-by-step instructions, detailed techniques and full sized tear-out pattern sheets.

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