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Josephine Kimberling completes the fabric book covers, Candie Cooper crochets up some beaded earrings to match our necklace, Jodie Davis shows us how to turn Oliver the Spaniel into an applique pet portrait, and our final demo of the series sees Charlotte Crews, aka the Cake Lady, create a beautiful celebration cake.
Candie Cooper returns with the second part of our stretch bead crochet necklace, Allyson Dykhuizen knits up a cute headband with a pretty bow, Jodie Davis and Ashley Briggs reveal the final steps in our applique cat portrait, and fabric designer Josephine Kimberling joins Ellen March to sew some lovely fabric notebook covers.
It’s curtains for Liz and Elizabeth as we finish our lovely tab tops, US BurdaStyle editor Denise Wild reveals how to sew a French seam, the wonderful Candie Cooper starts us off on a bead crochet jewellery project, and Jodie Davis and Ashley Briggs show us how to turn a photo of your pet into a cute fabric portrait.
Join Katy Jones for the last in our Quilt Monkey series, learn how to sew a full hem with BurdaStyle’s Denise Wild, continue our easy tab top curtains project, perfect for beginner sewers, and try a slow craft as Emily Levey shows us why she’s been bitten by the spinning bug.
Allyson Dykhuizen finishes off our mosaic knitted legwarmers, Katy Jones returns to complete the string quilt block, Steffani Lincecum reveals a clever waistband trick to finish our knock-off skirt, and Liz & Elizabeth Evans begin a simple curtain-making project that is perfect for novice sewers.
Prudence Rogers finishes off the Tilda angel doll with a beautiful dress and wings, we start a brand new knitting project to create some funky legwarmers, Katy Jones shows us a fabulous string piecing patchwork block and Steffani Lincecum has a genius way to copy a favourite skirt without harming the original!
Prudence Rogers shows us how to make a dress for our Tilda doll, Master Florist Tina Parkes shows us how to make a beautiful table centrepiece, Katy Jones finishes off her curvy cushion and Katie Skilton is back with some festive paper wreaths that are simple yet stunning!
Learn some more great fabric printing techniques with Zeena Shah, join Katy Jones in the Quilt Monkey studio for some patchwork fun, learn how to complete the body, hair and face of our Tilda doll, and finish off the baby cardigan with some cute little sleeves!
Join Prudence Rogers to start sewing a Tilda doll, learn how to piece a drunkard’s path block with Katy Jones, learn some clever fabric printing techniques with Zeena Shah, and knit the next stage of our baby cardigan with Caroline Voaden
Knit for baby with Caroline Voaden as she continues our cute cardigan, whip up a crochet shawl with Mary Beth Temple from a simple granny triangle that grows and grows, watch Emily Levey make a girl’s satchel bag from a couple of fat quarters, and join Katie Skilton as she turns an embroidery hoop into a lovely piece of wall art.
Jenny Hart returns with more hand embroidery stitches and a cute embroidered t-shirt project, Emily Levey shows us how to turn fat quarters into a set of useful bowls, Mary Beth Temple reveals the secrets of a stunning crochet shawl, and Caroline Voaden starts us off on our beginner’s baby cardigan knit-along.
Brought to you from Europe’s largest patchwork and quilting show, The Festival of Quilts, we meet Kaffe Fassett, The Quilter’s Guild, Luke Haynes and more! Plus learn how to make a child’s skirt from two fat quarters of fabric with Emily Levey and try out some embroidery stitches with Jenny Hart.
Jenny Kae Parks shows us how to finish our 1600 quilt, Julie Collins of the Academy of Floral Art demonstrates a chic and unique flower arrangement, Melissa Averinos gets creative with cork jewellery and Gretchen Hirsch of Gertie’s Blog for Better Sewing gives us the second part of her masterclass in trimmings for retro dressmaking.
Mariska Vos Bolman is back with a cute monkey toy to sew, Jenny Kae Parks takes us through the next step in our 1600 quilt, knitwear designer Belinda Harris Reid is in the studio talking to Ali about knitting tension, and Gretchen Hirsch of Gertie’s Blog for Better Sewing gives us a masterclass in trimmings for retro dressmaking.
Valeri and Christina finish their buttercream piping series with sunflowers and lotus flowers, Jill Wright completes the intarsia placemat, Mariska Vos Bolman gives our hippo its finishing touches, and Jenny Kae Parks shows us four ways to sew a jelly roll into a 1600 quilt.
Learn how to sew a toy hippo with Dutch designer Mariska Vos Bolman, get creative with piping nozzles with the Buttercream Queens, learn how not to get in a tangle when knitting intarsia designs and finish off Heather Bailey’s easy baby bib.
Jill Wright starts us off with a simple placemat to practise intarsia knitting, Valeri & Christina show us how to pipe buttercream daisies and amarylis, Sarah Shrimpton is back with a quick and clever crochet shrug, and superstar designer Heather Bailey shares a pattern for a cute baby bib.
Valeri and Christina show us how to pipe two-tone ruffle flowers in buttercream, Sarah Shrimpton has a super crochet scarf pattern to share, and Ellen March is back with a great pattern-free bag.
Sarah Shrimpton is back to show us how to complete the Yarny Basket, Valeri & Christina show us some more buttercream flowers, Erin Gilday finishes up our patchwork scarf, and top British quilter Jo Colwill gives us a masterclass in needleturn applique.
Liz and Elizabeth finish the quilted placemat, Valeri & Christina introduce the art of piping buttercream flowers, Erin Gilday tears up the rulebook for a patchwork scarf, and Sarah Shrimpton shows us how to make a chunky crochet basket.
Jill Wright shows us how to finish the fingerless gloves, Liz and Elizabeth demonstrate the next stage of the quilted placemat, Colette Patterns founder Sarai Mitnick show us how to cut dressmaking patterns, and Prudence Rogers is back with another spring card.
Learn how to make a stunning quilt-as-you-go placemat, learn all about dress patterns from the founder of Colette, make a clever pop-up card perfect for Easter and knit the thumb of your fingerless gloves.
Sarai Mitnick of Colette Patterns shows you how to master a dress pattern, Jill Wright continues with the fingerless gloves, Jill Wiseman shows us more beaded rope techniques, while Emily & Ame finish the rag doll.
Emily Levey shows us how to sew a rag doll, Jill Wright starts us off knitting some fingerless gloves and Jill Wiseman shows us how to make a spiral beaded rope for stunning handmade jewellery.
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