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Artbox, the little book of ideas. The only UK periodical featuring the cutting edge in design, art, music, fashion, and everything to do with youth pop culture worldwide. Want the latest news on what’s hot and the next big thing in the world of contemporary art, design, youth culture, pop and more? From up and coming music video directors to rising unknown graffiti artists, it’s all in the glorious pages of Artbox. The ‘Hello My Name Is’ section features unknown and up and coming artists from the graphic, fine art and photographic fields, while the ‘Pure Imagination’ section features new and cutting edge designs in accessories, homewear, furniture, and more.
The Flower Arranger
The Flower Arranger is the world’s leading magazine for flower arrangers featuring step-by-step designs, interviews with celebrity designers, botanical art and features on every aspect of cut flowers. Dedicated to the world of flowers, The Flower Arranger offers articles on a broad range of subjects linked by a common theme. The magazine’s objective is to inspire and educate and to bring people together with a common love of flowers. It is available by subscription to members of NAFAS (The National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies), by individual subscription, and through the news stands. Every issue includes designs from across the world showing innovative design and exciting new techniques. It also aims to teach through the step-by-step designs and You Be The Judge – an article that asks readers to judge a competition for themselves to see if they agree with the official judge. The Flower Arranger will help the church flower arranger, those who wish to create their own wedding flowers or to get inspiration, NAFAS members who want up to date information on floral events happening across the world and the person who simply loves flowers and wishes to arrange them effectively in the home.
Yarnwise is written by knitters, for knitters. Suitable for all skill levels, from intrepid beginner to advanced, there is something for everyone. Each issue is packed with over ten knitting patterns, with ladies and menswear, accessories, children’s clothes, toys and homewear. Regular tutorials, interviews, in-depth articles and more make Yarnwise a great read each month. Discover the process of knitwear design, go behind the scenes with leading knitwear designers, read about current trends, yarn reviews, knitting history and get all the latest knitting news. There’s a handy abbreviation guide for those moments you just can’t remember what sk2po means and the Readers’ Gallery gives you a chance to show off your own knitting and designing skills. All our garments are sized for a 30-50in bust, and patterns also include handy yarn substitution information. **Note: This digital subscription does not come with the subscription gifts advertised in the magazine.**
Find Out What the Future Holds For You! Horoscope is the world’s premier astrological magazine for everyone who is interested in what the future holds. Regular features include: A Day by Day Astrology Prediction for each star sign; Your Love, Money and Health for the Month Ahead; Chinese Horoscope; Celebrity Star Signs; Tarot; Palmistry; Dream Theme; Your Questions & Answers; The Planetary Positions plus an in-depth look at the Star Sign of the month. Our Horary expert Pamela Robertson answers your questions, everything from “Will He Ever Propose?” to “Will I Sell My House?” or “Where is my Wedding Ring?” The Daily Guide takes a close look at each star sign day by day plus highlights for the month ahead. Whilst the Chinese Horoscopes section gives a monthly reading for each Chinese sign, whether you are a Dragon or Monkey! Each month Helen Adams analyses readers dreams, providing an in-depth analyses of what your dreams represent. Our Palmistry expert explains the relevance of hand shapes, fingers, lines, mounts, finger prints etc.
Handmade is the word of the century. Whether you are a knitter, you crochet, sew, embroider, bake, garden or just dabble in a little bit of everything Handmade Living has it all. The magazine is packed with projects for beautifying your home, updating your wardrobe, gift giving and even eating. As well as being packed with projects you’ll also find interviews with everyone from Erika Knight to Monty Don, in-depth articles on craft and green living, gardening, beauty and so much more. You’ll also find at least one family project each month which you can make with your children. Whether you craft for yourself or your family and friends, Handmade Living has the project for you.
If you love crochet you’ll want to read Inside Crochet. Every month there are interviews with the best designers and the new rising stars of Crochet, reviews of yarns and books, news and events. There are also plenty of patterns to keep your fingers busy until the next issue and beyond with beautiful pictures to guide you along the way and even a handy abbreviation section and how to guide should you need it.
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