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New Stitches Magazine 215 Back Issue

5 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Sewing & Knitting)
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Mary Hickmott’s New Stitches is the premier needlework magazine for people passionate about stitching. It’s packed with irresistible Cross stitch as well as other favourites such as Hardanger and Blackwork. Mary’s designs are much-loved by stitchers in the UK and around the world. If you appreciate high quality cross stitch inspired by nature, wildlife, architecture and more you will find each issue inspirational. Every issue includes an in-depth Masterclass from Mary which explores an embroidery technique or theme in depth. All the projects in New Stitches are clearly explained step by step with concise instructions and charts. There are no fractional stitches, or unnecessary back stitch, making each cross stitch design a pleasure to stitch.
New Stitches brings you a range of projects to look forward to each month, from epic masterpieces down to bitesize morsels, all packed with detail and stitching interest to keep your fingers busy.

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New Stitches was a lovely embroidery magazine with a wide range of techniques. The instructions were always clear and easy to understand and I liked how methods or styles were played with you show you examples. Sadly the magazine is no longer published and you can tell it was struggling in the final few issues (no stitched models, just computer generated ones, urgh!).

I'd highly recommend it for anyone who wants to play around with embroidery techniques.
Reviewed 05 November 2015

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in New Stitches 215.