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Australian Homespun September 2018

Homespun magazine is a place of inspiration, it combines creative techniques with a vast array of styles and themes taken from a team of leading craftspeople throughout Australia and the world. Homespun is a publication that is at the forefront of the industry, made by people who are passionate about craft. Each issue of the magazine features step-by-step easy-to-follow project ideas and accompanying patterns sheets, a variety of crafts including quilts to bags to dolls, inspirational photographs of fantastic finished products plus interesting reads to engage and entertain. Purchase includes the Digital Edition and News Service. Please stay in touch via our Facebook Page.

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Australia
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Universal Wellbeing PTY Limited
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readers’ showcase

THIS MONTH’S WINNER Jodie Hoffmann, from Walla Walla, NSW, for her Make Your Own Baby Storybook project: “When I saw the instructions for the Bearhug and Honeybun book by Sedef Imer in the January 2017 issue (Vol 18 No 1), I knew I was making it. It was easy to put together, with the clear instructions. I made the window in the kitchen with a view outside, the fridge/freezer with contents and attached the towel in the bathroom. I’ve had fun rummaging through my stash to find the perfect pieces of fabric, and each book is different. In total, I’ve made six: for a niece, baby-shower gifts, a friend’s child and my grandchildren. I’m certain the recipients are going to love them. Thanks for an inspiring magazine.” Congratulations to Jodie for her great…

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diary dates

NSW – Country September 29-October 1 Forster Seaside Heritage Quilters’ 30th Anniversary Exhibition; Holy Name School Hall, Lake St. Quilt display, workshop items, trading table, refreshments and raffles. Also, a display of memorabilia from members and club archives, celebrating the 30th anniversary. Open Sat and Sun 9.30am-4pm and Mon 9.30am-2pm. Free entry. More information: Email seasideheritagequilters@gmail.com. Vic – Country September 8 Shepparton Goulburn Valley Quilters’ Quilt-In; Princess Park (Lemnos Football Club Rooms), Quinan Parade (west end of Nixon St). Tea cosies theme. Patchwork shop. Open 10am-4pm. Entry $7. More information: Email Barb van Leest at bvanleest@hotmail.com. October 5-7 Morwell CraftAlive show; Kernot Hall, cnr of Princes Dr and Monash Way. Bringing together talented exhibitors, focusing on creative hand-finished products, DIY products, craft supplies, demonstrations and workshops. Open 9.30am-4pm. More information: Visit www.craftalive.com.au. Vic – Country October 6 & 7, 13 & 14,…

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pin interest

LITTLE TRIMMERS We’re showing you these WarmCrochet craft scissors simply because they are so sweet, with their grips surrounded by flowers. But they are also pretty practical … they come to a very sharp point, for example, so they get into tight corners and intricate stitching. Plus they are made from a quality stainless steel and alloy and come in four colours. But most of all they are just simply charming. To find out more and to purchase, visit warmcrochet.com or Instagram @warm_crochet. BEETLE MANIA Claire Turpin has done it again with a bright and fun cushion, called Bug It. Pattern or appliqué kit (with all pieces pre-cut with fusible-web backing) available – distributed through Creative Abundance. Contact: Claire Turpin Design – Website: www.claireturpindesign.com; Email: claireturpindesign@gmail.com. Quote “A bed without a quilt is like a…

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pattern & palette play

01 Northcott ‘Shore Thing’ 22070-42, designed by Lynnea Washburn. Distributed by Lloyd Curzon Textiles. 02 Riley Blake Designs ‘Pirate's Life’ Seas the Day C7355-BLUE, designed by Shawn Wallace. Distributed by Millhouse Collections. 03 Robert Kaufman Fabrics ‘Marmalade Dreams’ RK1790064 (Azure colourway), designed by Valori Wells. Distributed by Two Green Zebras. 04 Riley Blake Designs ‘By The Sea’ Boat C5701-WHITE, designed by Dani Mogstad for My Mind's Eye. Distributed by Millhouse Collections. 05 Northcott ‘Shore Thing’ 22077-11, designed by Lynnea Washburn. Distributed by Lloyd Curzon Textiles. 06 Riley Blake Designs ‘By The Sea’ Anchor C5702-NAVY, designed by Dani Mogstad for My Mind's Eye. Distributed by Millhouse Collections. 07 Northcott ‘Shore Thing’ 22071-42, designed by Lynnea Washburn. Distributed by Lloyd Curzon Textiles. 08 Riley Blake Designs ‘By The Sea’ Boat C5701-BLUE, designed by Dani Mogstad for My Mind's Eye.…

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suppliers

• Leutenegger: (02) 8046 4100, cservice@leutenegger.com.au, www.leutenegger.com.au. • Lloyd Curzon Textiles: (08) 8362 2451, admin@lcurzon.com.au, www.lcurzon.com.au. • Millhouse Collections: (07) 5351 1400, sales@millhousecollections.com, www.millhousecollections.com. • Nutex Wholesalers: (New Zealand) +64 9 846 6366, craft@nutex.co.nz, www.nutex.co.nz. • PK Fabrics: (02) 9557 2022, sales@pkfabrics.com.au, www.pkfabrics.com.au. • The Strawberry Thief: robyn@thestrawberrythief.com.au, www.thestrawberrythief.com.au. • Two Green Zebras: (02) 9553 7201, sales@twogreenzebras.com, www.twogreenzebras.com. • XLN Fabrics: (02) 9621 3066, info@xln.com.au, www.xln.com.au.…

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getting cosy with designers

‘CRAFT TART’ “I’m a proper craft tart. I’ve had a go at card-making, weaving, ceramics, silversmithing, beading, knitting, painting, printing, candle-making, baking, um … and probably a few others I’ve forgotten about along the way.” AN AFFAIR OF THE HEART “I fall in love with each of my projects. But like all great love affairs, there are highs and lows: we argue, shed tears and rekindle our fondness for each other along the way.” “I have an underlying creative current I can’t ignore, and it pulls me along.” MY STYLE IS: “Over-the-top, playful yet sophisticated. All my projects involve a lot of stitching. I enjoy covering entire surfaces in stitches and don’t like to leave much cloth showing. Stitch is a celebration of the process, and what better way to celebrate than by adding more stitches?” MY…

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