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  1. 249003

    Alpine Colour chart download - 249003D

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    It is astounding how delicate and colourful the flowers are that make their home at high altitude. Learn More
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    Boteh Beauty, chart download - 256001D

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    The enigmatic motif we know as paisley has been found on textiles dating from the times of the Ancient Egyptians and has become known all over the world from it roots in Persia, The motif goes by many names such as boteh or buta and in the Indian subcontinent it is known as the mango seed. Learn More
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    Butterfly Garden, chart download - 101001D

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    A fleeting moment of the Comma, Painted Lady and Small Tortoiseshell butterflies. Learn More
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    Clarice Crocuses chart download - 250001D

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    In 1928 Clarice Cliff added some bold and bright strokes of colour to a piece of pottery and the Crocus range was born. It was in production and for much of the following decade, twenty painters worked the design week in, week out. The hand painting was evident in the sumptuous petals which appealed to customers as well as range's cheerful colours. The crocuses have a folk art look which contrasts with Cliff's other designs in the Bizarre range. This wonderful trio will be perfect for any lover of antique ceramics or indeed for any home which will be enhanced with a touch of springtime colour. Learn More
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    Colonial Knot chart download - 249001D

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    Candlewicking was much loved, and used, over the last two or three centuries to decorate a number of household items, most notably cushions and pillows. Learn More
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    Delftware Florals, chart download - 254003D

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    As well as the familiar blue and white, the potters and tilemakers of Delft also had a bright yellow and orange in their palettes. These two flower pots, one tulip and one a marguerite, are typical of the style in both subject and colour. . Learn More
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    Enhanced Canvaswork chart download - 250003D

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    In 1928 Clarice Cliff added some bold and bright strokes of colour to a piece of pottery and the Crocus range was born. It was in production and for much of the following decade, twenty painters worked the design week in, week out. The hand painting was evident in the sumptuous petals which appealed to customers as well as range's cheerful colours. The crocuses have a folk art look which contrasts with Cliff's other designs in the Bizarre range. This wonderful trio will be perfect for any lover of antique ceramics or indeed for any home which will be enhanced with a touch of springtime colour. Learn More
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    Festive bands (Hardanger), chart download - 151005D

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    Give the Cross stitch bell pull a different look and introduce bands of delicate Hardanger. Both techniques can be effectively combined on evenweave for a folksy Scandinavian effect which is ideal for Christmas! Work all the Cross stitch, omitting the pure white borders and leaving a gap to fill with Hardanger stitches later on. Don’t forget that the little puddings, robins and many other borders can all be used for individual projects this Christmas. Bell pull ends not included. Learn More
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    Floral Lace, chart download - 161005D

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    Create a lovely lacy-looking cushion with just one shade of thread to add a romantic touch to a dressing table chair. The floral motifs are given a lift by the trellis background stitched in a classic Blackwork filling pattern. As there is only one shade of thread, there is no constant referring to a key and no piles of thread to search through, making it a simple stitch yet with an intricate look. Learn More
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    Floral Reverie, chart download - 094002D

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    Flowers flow from end to end around a trellis of Hardanger motifs in this runner which is both relaxing and satisfying to stitch. Learn More
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    Fun with Felt, chart download - 163003D

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    Felt is probably the oldest fabric made by man. As the next step from wearing the animal’s skin alone, taking its hair and pressing it together to form a fabric is logical. Spinning and from there weaving, knitting and the many forms of using yarns are likely to have followed rather later. So, in working with felt, we are using one of the oldest fabrics there is. But it has come right up to the modern age, without losing its essential qualities. We did look briefly at making knitted felt in issue 161 and will look at this again soon. For this Masterclass though, we are going to look at modern machine-made felt and how to use it for appliqué. Learn More
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    Gagnef Colour, chart Download - 251001D

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    My beautiful bags from Sweden are two of my greatest treasures. I bought one directly from Sweden by post and had seen the other when it was offered but didnt think I could afford it Learn More
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    Glorious Bouquet, chart download - 254001D

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    This gorgeous bouquet of freesias will look marvellous in any setting and is sure to bring a welcome burst of colour to the room. Although you will have the benefit of the vivid shades of the petals, unfortunately were are unable to capture in stitches the wonderful perfume of these floral favourites. Learn More
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    Heavenly Hydrangea, chart download - 258001D

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    This once common garden shrub is undergoing quite a renaissance at the moment and can be found on many fabric prints or decorative finishes on ceramics. Hydrangeas are also increaseingly found as a cut flower in florists where a single stem can look like a profuse posy. The round form of the mophead hydrangea, made up of many small flowers, has a fine structure and subtle mix of colourful tones. These attributes are conveyed in this close up view with each petal worked in blues and mauves. Learn More
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    Historic Abundance, chart download - 253001D

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    This design is a collection of motifs gleaned from samplers from the past. There are baskets of fruit, trees heavy with apples and pears and a border of acorns, all of which signify fruitfulness, fertility and prosperity. With the appearance of Adam and Eve too, it would make a marvellous wedding gift. Learn More
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    Jacobean Enchantment, chart download - 124004D

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    In issue 114's Masterclass we looked at using Blackwork patterns in several shades of thread to form filling patterns in colour. These lend themselves wonderfully to emulating the filling patterns of Jacobean embroideries and the swirling stems and intricate leaves of this style are captured here in a counted thread embroidery for you to enjoy. Learn More
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    Jacobean Inspiration (blackwork), download - MH20150027D

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    Based on a needlepoint panel found in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, this interpretation uses Blackwork techniques and metallic thread to recreate the style of Elizabethan and Jacobean times - the 16th and 17th centuries in Britain. It may be completed with gold sequins to add interest and luxury. Learn More
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    Little Gems, download - 178004D

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    These pretty little cards are so handy to have on standby for emergency cards that can be stitched in an evening. Simply choose your design and the greeting you need and, hey presto, a charming card that will be really appreciated. Learn More
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    Longtailed Tits, chart download - 046011D

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    This lovely picture shows hungry fledglings in a nest amongst a flowering rose bush. Learn More
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    Orchid Faces, download - MH20150001D

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    Stitch these 7 beautiful Orchid heads and have on stand by for cards for all occasions. Although with the fine detail produced with clever colour changes and not back stitch why not stitch and frame individually to make a spectacular display. Please ensure you tick every box to receive the whole download. Learn More

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