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Sure you could do the same old dye job for your Easter eggs this year…but why would you want to when you can stitch up this adorable Felt Easter Egg. …

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One thing that I absolutely love about Craft Gossip are the pattern round ups. When I saw them on the blog, I would literally become giddy! I hope to carry on …

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6a00e55007f5938834019b0237dff4970b-320wiThe S-word results in empty bread and milk shelves in my neck of the woods – to say we don’t deal well with snow in the South is an understatement. But that doesn’t mean we don’t like watching snowflakes fall …

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Circus_15This free Lion pattern is part of Vintage Spice and Everything Nice’s circus series, but it would also be great for a fan of the Wizard of Oz. I know he doesn’t look very cowardly, but if you remember the …

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december11Imaginesque patterns are usually free form and you can use them for most anything so I like to use my imagination for what they will be useful for when stitched up. When I saw this one, I immediately thought of …

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Circus_8Vintage Spice and Everything Nice continues their circus series with a posting that shows a talented elephant showing off super skills. I know elephants aren’t usually associated with Christmas, but I was thinking that it would be really cool to …

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CurrentI just saw the Hunger Games:Catching Fire and so when I saw this pattern of course I wanted to do it up in orange and black like Katniss and Peeta’s outfits in the scene where they are making their entrance …

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Surface_Quaker_02Mary Corbet of Needle ‘N Thread has posted a round up of her Christmas patterns so you can enjoy all the designs she has posted over the years and use them in your Christmas crafting. Whether you are making ornaments …

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NorthStarDMC’s Emma Broidery has been sharing ideas for Holiday crafting over the last few weeks and a recent post was chock full of embroidery ideas. And the idea was centered around having an ornament party. What a fun plan! Get …

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211113FH15Imaginesque – well, if I have said it once I have said it many, many times – I love the patterns from this site. This pattern is presented with the suggestion that is be worked up as a pincushion, but …

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tambour-embroidery-20Mary of Needle ‘N Thread has been sharing lots of information about Tambour Embroidery and now she has worked up a video that shows the basic chain stitch. You will be able to practice the stitch backwards and forwards after …

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13Vintage Spice and Everything Nice continues their series of circus-themed posts with a cute little raccoon playing a trumpet. He’s ready to lead the circus band marching down the street for a parade announcing the circus is in town. Along …

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tambour-embroidery-flower-07Mary Corbet has been writing about Tambour embroidery lately and she recently finished another practice piece, shown here. You can get a copy of this pattern at the Needle ‘N Thread blog and find a materials list there too. She …

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left-side-medaillon-72Learn how to create this lovely hatband design using Scotch Stitch. It was inspired by the early 20th century Modernist Scottish designs of the Glasgow Four. You could also create a camera strap or belt using the same principle. The …

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031113OneThe designs from Imaginesque are always multipurpose. You can use them for embroidery, applique, or quilting. This one can be stitched in outline form or filled in for a more impactful design. It would be beautiful stitched in primary colors …

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