Inspirations Magazine Issue 112

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Get stitching for Christmas!

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.
Also enjoy feature articles by Ansie van der Walt including: In Profile – Pierre Fouché and Moroccan Buttons with Aziza Bourouaha, and Twelve Secret Voices by Anne and Damian Ward.
Seeing Red 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

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