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  • 3D Tree Decorations from The Stitch Witch

    These are so quick and easy to make that you won't stop at one. Settle down with your glue stick and have fun. Once you know how you just need to raid your fabric and bead stash.

    Great to do with the kids too.

    Several designs are listed in the shop.  Use the search for Lynette Harris or The...

  • Crochet Suzette Cowl Scarf with Jane Czaja

    Jane Czaja demonstrates how to make this beautiful Cowl Scarf using a chunky, variegated yarn.

    Suzette stitch uses a simple chain, with an alternating double and treble stitch across the row. Thus producing a soft flat stitch ideal for a scarf.

    There are tips on being careful when using a v...

  • See What's Coming up in December 2022

    Although Christmas is nearly upon us there is still time to make these wonderful 3D tree decorations, brought to you by our very own Stitch Witch, Lynette Harris  - there are a variety of designs to choose from and all have an easy to use kit.
    Our sewing maestro Kate Barlow shows us how to trans...

  • Christmas Table Runners from Valerie Nesbitt

    Valerie shares with you 6 designs from the Thangles Company for a wide variety of table runners. All are quick and easy and made with 2.5" strips. You can find the table pattern in our website , get all the Thangles you need, plus all the delightful patterns.

    The Thangles company have come up ...

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    Your next amazing project starts here.
    We will inspire you with projects and helpful patterns. Learn from our easy to follow hints and tips from world class tutors and artists. And it’s all available to watch when it suits you
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  • Knitted Cable Block with Daphne Morris

    Block 3 of the sampler series. Daphne Morris continues with her completely reversible throw. Demonstrating the 2 cable blocks required for the throw.

    She reminds us of the importance of starting and finishing the block with 2 rows of garter stitch and casting off in rib.

    All blocks are 60 s...

  • Surprising Silhouettes from Angela Madden

    Angela takes the art of paper cutting to a new level, and we all remember how simple and easy that was. This simple style of designing suits all ages. Even those of us who do not consider ourselves artistic, can create stunning and unique designs.

    Angela talks us through some of the ideas and ...

  • Knitted Diamond Block with Daphne Morris

    Block 2 of the sampler series. Daphne Morris continues with her completely reversible throw. Demonstrating how a simple diamond pattern can be formed by moving knit and purl stitches in this stocking stitched block.

    She explains how using a chunky needle enables the work to grow quickly. Begin...

  • Lakeside Towers with Valerie Nesbitt

    Valerie demonstrates this stunning modern quilt using 2 1/2" strips of beautiful plain fabrics. Being systematic with the cutting and fabric placement ensures that the colour flow pops on the plain background.

    Valeries shares her tips for cutting sashing to save time and energy and achieve acc...

  • 1930's Sunflower with Carolyn Forster

    Inspired by a 1930's antique quilt Carolyn Forster shows how she uses acrylic templates to replicate the quilt block.

    These templates are easy to use, enabling accurate cutting, essential when using unusual shaped pieces.

    The block is ideal for highlighting particular fabrics and the templa...

  • Going Crazy with Angela Daymond and Paula Doyle

    Crazy patchwork continues to appeal. Angela and Paula show that you can take different approaches to achieve a similar end result.

    By sewing the pieces onto the foundation fabric by hand, with a simple running stitch, it remains very portable;  Angela suggests using up old tray cloths or lace ...

  • Peyton Quilt from Fat Quarter Baby Book with Valerie Nesbitt

    Valerie guides you through the process for making the block for the delightful Peyton quilt. It is simply constructed from 4 squares, with stitch'n'flip corners. It works very well with directional fabrics too. Producing a beautiful nine block quilt.

    Great for beginners too, as you don't have ...

  • How to Use Up Your Practice Pieces with Tess Grace

    In this short workshop, Tess Grace from the Arty Crafty Place describes a great way to use up your practice pieces printed and not waste them.

    Tess always uses cotton fabric to practice her block printing on but can't see them go to waste. In this tip she suggests cutting them out to use on ca...