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Parchment Craft Magazine January 2009 Back Issue

English 251 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Arts & Crafts)
Welcome to the January issue of Parchment Craft, where this month you can declare your love for parchment craft with a collection of cards
dedicated to St. Valentine’s Day. Why not surprise your loved one with a card by Anneke Oostmeijer (p8), Janet Wilson (p20), Julie Roces (p36) or Judith Maslen (p40) each one beautiful in its own right and featuring some of the traditional imagery of hearts, doves and Cupid’s arrow.

The decorative art of one stroke painting can be seen in cards by Kannikar Sukseree (p14) and Jenny Eggleton (p32) both designers have produced floral cards using the medium of Pintura paints. Previewed in last month’s issue and continuing with the theme of coloured work is Sue McGuirk’s Harris Hawk (p16) Shown in a typical hunting pose, the design has been broken down into a step by step project and completed with dry pencil crayons.
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Parchment Craft

January 2009 Welcome to the January issue of Parchment Craft, where this month you can declare your love for parchment craft with a collection of cards dedicated to St. Valentine’s Day. Why not surprise your loved one with a card by Anneke Oostmeijer (p8), Janet Wilson (p20), Julie Roces (p36) or Judith Maslen (p40) each one beautiful in its own right and featuring some of the traditional imagery of hearts, doves and Cupid’s arrow. The decorative art of one stroke painting can be seen in cards by Kannikar Sukseree (p14) and Jenny Eggleton (p32) both designers have produced floral cards using the medium of Pintura paints. Previewed in last month’s issue and continuing with the theme of coloured work is Sue McGuirk’s Harris Hawk (p16) Shown in a typical hunting pose, the design has been broken down into a step by step project and completed with dry pencil crayons.


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Welcome to the January issue of Parchment Craft, where this month you can declare your love for parchment craft with a collection of cards
dedicated to St. Valentine’s Day. Why not surprise your loved one with a card by Anneke Oostmeijer (p8), Janet Wilson (p20), Julie Roces (p36) or Judith Maslen (p40) each one beautiful in its own right and featuring some of the traditional imagery of hearts, doves and Cupid’s arrow.

The decorative art of one stroke painting can be seen in cards by Kannikar Sukseree (p14) and Jenny Eggleton (p32) both designers have produced floral cards using the medium of Pintura paints. Previewed in last month’s issue and continuing with the theme of coloured work is Sue McGuirk’s Harris Hawk (p16) Shown in a typical hunting pose, the design has been broken down into a step by step project and completed with dry pencil crayons.
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A global team of widely respected editorial contributors bring a broad range of parchment ideas, patterns and techniques every month presenting possibilities with new products as well as traditional methods including white work embossing and working with different colouring mediums.


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Excellent value for money

Love this magazine as there are very few people (only know of 2 others) doing parchment in New Zealand. Receiving the magazine is like an old friend coming to visit with heaps of fabulous new ideas and patterns. Always look forward to printing out my online mag, sitting down with a cuppa and simply enjoying. Thanks a million.
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Parchment Craft

The one thing that could improve? The mag heading says: "top tips and ideas for beginners" Sorry but that needs to improve, there are a lot of new people coming to the craft, more step by step patterns are needed e.g: how to do grid work and the different grids, lace work, colouring with pencil, ink, paints, a section of the magazine could be given over to newbie's. The mag used to do a "class" bring this back but dont use that of the past as things have changed! As someone who came to the craft a couple of years ago, i know i would have loved more of these things. basically, an idiots guide to parchment... it took me 3 years to find someone to help me, the magazine could have been my tutor! other than this, look through your friends on facebook, see what your followers are posting on thier own feeds and pick 2 people a month give them a gift like a set of gelly roll pens, dont wait for them to post on your feed. The more you do, the more people will come! Thank you. Naomi Thomson Reviewed Sunday, 7 February 2021
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Parchment Craft

I hope you consider bringing out a paper version for the USA subscribers. Reviewed Saturday, 28 November 2020
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Parchment Craft

Lots of patterns to suit everyone. Lots of tips! Reviewed Sunday, 27 September 2020
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love it Reviewed Wednesday, 12 August 2020
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