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Handmade Living Magazine December 2012 Issue 18 Back Issue

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In time for the festive season, our fairytale and woodland themed issue features 21 fantastic makes including Miss Maker’s naughty gingerbread boy wreath, Edd Kimber’s fantasy cookie cottage and homey gifts by Sara Duchars & Sarah Marks of Buttonbag. We interview TV’s plantsman James Wong, meet Francine Schokker’s forest friends, get inspired with the woolly and wonderful Debbie Bliss and take a peek into the studio of designer and blogger Jane Hughes.
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Handmade Living

December 2012 Issue 18 In time for the festive season, our fairytale and woodland themed issue features 21 fantastic makes including Miss Maker’s naughty gingerbread boy wreath, Edd Kimber’s fantasy cookie cottage and homey gifts by Sara Duchars & Sarah Marks of Buttonbag. We interview TV’s plantsman James Wong, meet Francine Schokker’s forest friends, get inspired with the woolly and wonderful Debbie Bliss and take a peek into the studio of designer and blogger Jane Hughes.


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In time for the festive season, our fairytale and woodland themed issue features 21 fantastic makes including Miss Maker’s naughty gingerbread boy wreath, Edd Kimber’s fantasy cookie cottage and homey gifts by Sara Duchars & Sarah Marks of Buttonbag. We interview TV’s plantsman James Wong, meet Francine Schokker’s forest friends, get inspired with the woolly and wonderful Debbie Bliss and take a peek into the studio of designer and blogger Jane Hughes.
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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.

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