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Woman's Weekly 10-Sep-2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Loved and trusted in equal measure, Woman's Weekly has been the market-leading womens weekly magazine since it was launched 100 years ago.Packed full of inspiring, helpful and useful ideas and information for women who are the heart of their homes and families, it offers a unique mix of practical, compelling and up-to-the minute content.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
TI-Media
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hello!

The size of my handbag collection became clear last weekend when I had to move the numerous boxes containing them into storage. We are lucky enough to be having our loft converted into a bedroom and so I’ve been clearing our attic space. I was amazed to see how many bags I’d accumulated over the years, having hung onto them for my daughters. But now I’ve started eyeing up the selection of appealing new looks on pages 16-17. From this season’s latest trends to carry-all classics, I could easily snap up several. So to distract myself I am looking at paint swatches and carpets for the loft room instead! Face food You’ll be amazed by all the health foods now finding their way into beauty products. See them on page 18. Simply stylish Fancy…

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come on inside!

Looking good What a wonderful feature on Anita Harris you had in your 30 July issue. She is one of my favourites. I couldn’t believe she was 77 – she still looks great! I’m so looking forward to seeing her on stage in Cabaret later in the year. Sylvia Foster, Driffield Football mad My husband is a big Liverpool fan so after an amazing season, he bought matching football kits for him and our two girls. Ava-Mae is 18 months old and Layla-Marie is just one week old here. Football isn’t just for the boys and matching outfits aren’t just for the mums! Caroline Hird, Liverpool Comic tales After reading the fabulous article on girls’ comics in the 50s and 60s [2 J uly], I was eager to read more, so I bought Susan Brewer’s The History of…

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gardeners’ questions

Q How can I protect border-bound plants from the cold? A Some plants can weather the winter outside, even though they’re not completely hardy, with a little extra help. Cloches, either bell-shaped for individual plants or fleece tunnels for a line of crops, work well. Just remember to anchor them as they can fly off in high winds! QI don’t have space for a compost heap – what else can I do with food waste? A A wormery could be the perfect solution for you. Now, in the cool of autumn, is a good time to set one up. It’s easy to start with a complete wormery kit, which even comes with worms! It will need to go in a sheltered space. Most designs have a tap to drain excess liquid that can…

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mini make fabric storage baskets

YOU WILL NEED ✿ Five Tilda fabric fat quarters ✿ Firm iron-on interlining, £4 per m, Lady Sew and Sew ✿ Bias binding maker ✿ Matching thread 1 FOR the large box, cut out five 20cm squares from the fabric and fuse the interlining to the wrong side. Cut out another five 20cm squares from a different fabric for the lining. Repeat for the small box, using 16cm squares. 2 PIN four of the squares with interlining along each side to create a cube, and with right sides together. Sew along the edges with a 1cm seam allowance; stop sewing 1cm from the bottom of each seam. 3 POSITION the cube on top of the fifth square of fabric with interlining. Pin bottom edges to the base and sew in place with a 1cm seam allowance. Turn…

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what you’re wearing

Cindi Novell, 42 Tell us about your look… I like fitted clothes, so a dress with a defined waist is a favourite look. This is Dorothy Perkins. It’s simple, but I love the colour. I’m happy to shop on the high street, but Karen Millen is my absolute favourite! My bag is M&S and my sandals are Karen Millen. I love pretty sandals and have quite a collection! And the best bit of your body? My legs, I reckon. Rebecca Davies, 65 Tell us about your look… I love cropped trousers in summer – it’s my signature look. These are M&S. I usually wear them with a tunic top or a crisp shirt. This top is from White Stuff. I saw it in the sale and loved the print. My bag is Radley and I’ve had my…

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mrs spruce

Revive cloudy glasses To remove built-up film from hard-water minerals, soak glasses in white vinegar for five minutes. Rinse and dry. Clean out candleholders Save a pretty container when the candle’s spent. Rinse with steaming-hot water and scoop out the wax residue with a paper towel. Freshen the shower curtain Pop plastic or vinyl curtains in the washing machine with a little detergent and two to three bath towels for extra cleaning agitation. Hang to dry or tumble on a low heat.…

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