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Rustic Hanging Heart

Rustle up a rustic hanging heart or two! These little hangers can be made from fabric remnants with a little wadding and odd buttons.

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Quick and Easy Raw Edge Applique Cushion Cover

Wendy Gardiner shows you how to make these super easy cushion covers that have a definite WOW factor! These are quick and inexpensive cushions that will be unique to you.

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Dakota Cushion

How many times have you (or your child) brought home construction paper artwork from school? It usually goes up on the fridge for a little while then ends up in a drawer. Kyle and Lexi came up with their own solution!

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Chill Out Cushion

Turn a couple of old T-shirts into a chill out cushion that will become a firm favourite with both girls and boys! Julie Bonnar of Sewing World magazine explains how.

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Patched cushion

Our cushion by Lorna Knight, expert contributor to Sewing World has its pieces sewn together with an overlocker using a flatlock stitch with Madeira decorative thread.

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Quick Garden Gloves


This pair of gardening gloves are a quick and easy make and practical! Give as a gift to a garden loving friend or just make as a treat for yourself. Simply choose some pretty fabric and Heather Ross shows us how.

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Fancy Stitch Cushion

fancy stitch pillow - easy to create with a few decorative stitches

Bring together all the colours of a room with one perfect accent. This bold, textured pillow is a canvas full of ribbons, trims, threads, couching, and decorative machine stitching. Contrasting colours will create drama, and more harmonious colors create sophistication. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to create this dazzling look! Singer show how.

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Awesome Awning

Create shade and shelter with a little stitching and some pretty pinking and enjoy this candy stripe awning as you wile away a few hours in the garden. Made from heavyweight cotton or canvas, it’s easy to put up and very transportable.

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Picnic Cloth

Don’t you just love picnics in the park and out in the country? Who needs a picnic table when you’ve your own picnic cloth. Keep it folded in the back of the car for an impromptu lunch. It’s simple, it’s stylish and practical. Valori Wells and Carolyn Spencer show us how.

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Bluebell Wall Hanging

This delightful project by Lesley Brankin combines simple machine strip patchwork with applique to create a pretty wall hanging.

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