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Homespun Magazine Issue#15.1 - January 2014 Back Issue

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EASTERN INFLUENCES FOR HOMESPUN
It’s Homespun’s special Japanese January issue – on sale January 9, and it’s full of charming projects and ideas that bring the East to Western crafters and stitchers. Drawing on Japanese tradition, Homespun brings you a glorious yukata-style quilt, a charming swag of Kokeshi dolls (you’ll see a couple on the cover), a Tokyo Today cushion and some fun Ninja costumes for your kids.
Closer to home, there’s a beach bag to knit, a Little Miss Muffet doll, an easy ribboned tablecloth and back-to-school owl library bag to stitch, not to mention the glorious quilts on offer.
There’s also a roundup of some sensational ideas for embroidery-hoops projects and a great way to use up fabric selvedges.
For fabric shoppers, Homespun turns to graphic black and white with a shot of lime.
All the best for holiday stitching in January Homespun.
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Issue#15.1 - January 2014 EASTERN INFLUENCES FOR HOMESPUN It’s Homespun’s special Japanese January issue – on sale January 9, and it’s full of charming projects and ideas that bring the East to Western crafters and stitchers. Drawing on Japanese tradition, Homespun brings you a glorious yukata-style quilt, a charming swag of Kokeshi dolls (you’ll see a couple on the cover), a Tokyo Today cushion and some fun Ninja costumes for your kids. Closer to home, there’s a beach bag to knit, a Little Miss Muffet doll, an easy ribboned tablecloth and back-to-school owl library bag to stitch, not to mention the glorious quilts on offer. There’s also a roundup of some sensational ideas for embroidery-hoops projects and a great way to use up fabric selvedges. For fabric shoppers, Homespun turns to graphic black and white with a shot of lime. All the best for holiday stitching in January Homespun.


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Homespun  |  Issue#15.1 - January 2014  


EASTERN INFLUENCES FOR HOMESPUN
It’s Homespun’s special Japanese January issue – on sale January 9, and it’s full of charming projects and ideas that bring the East to Western crafters and stitchers. Drawing on Japanese tradition, Homespun brings you a glorious yukata-style quilt, a charming swag of Kokeshi dolls (you’ll see a couple on the cover), a Tokyo Today cushion and some fun Ninja costumes for your kids.
Closer to home, there’s a beach bag to knit, a Little Miss Muffet doll, an easy ribboned tablecloth and back-to-school owl library bag to stitch, not to mention the glorious quilts on offer.
There’s also a roundup of some sensational ideas for embroidery-hoops projects and a great way to use up fabric selvedges.
For fabric shoppers, Homespun turns to graphic black and white with a shot of lime.
All the best for holiday stitching in January Homespun.
read more read less
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