Just when you thought you were running out of projects we come around with a whole new set! 116 is now on sale (find out where you can buy a copy here or buy one online here) and has a huge range of projects for all skill sets. There’s a gorgeous scarf that’s ideal for knitting newbies, Tunisian crochet for those wanting to try something new, and sewing projects you can start no matter what your skill level is.
Issue 116’s projects…
- Jenny Blair’s adorable dino
- Karen Miller’s chunky knit shawl
- Jennifer Cardenas Riggs’ embroidery hoop
- Lindsey Campbell’s needle punch hanging
- Kelsey Barros’ Tunisian crochet tablemat
- Louise Mallett’s painted plates
- Anna van Gerve’s whale plushie
- Sandra Torrance’s crochet slippers
- Anna Alicia’s gym bag
- Laura Preston’s colour block quilt
- Big Happy Design’s neo mint clock
- Terian Tilston’s cane webbing planter
What has been missing from your life? The answer is and will always be Jenny Blair’s felt dinosaur pincushion. Issue 116 comes with everything you need to make this helpful little stegosaurus but we have to admit it was hard to put our pins in him… he’s just too cute. Read our interview with Jenny here and tag us in your pics of your dino!
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Your free spring wallpaper
Issue 116’s gorgeous papers are all thanks to the wonderful illustrator Aislinn Simmonds. You may know her from her colourful Instagram @duchess_plum and luckily for you, issue 116’s is bringing her posts to life with eight pull-out prints. They’ll make super cute spring wall art (find some wall art inspo here) for your home and a sunny new background for your phone, tablet and desktop. Download one of Aislinn’s designs here.
Meet Sian Zeng and Sophie Rees
In issue 116 we met two very creative and well-travelled ladies. We spoke to Sophie Rees who’s from our hometown of Bristol about her shop The Bristol Artisan, and how it’s supporting and showcasing local makers and new talent. We also spoke to Sian Zeng, managing director of Sian Zeng wallcoverings, about how she discovered her passion for design. Pick up a copy of the mag to learn more about The Bristol Artisan and explore Sian’s incredible home.
Flick through the issue…
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