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Stitchery and Needlework

Snowflake Ornament
This simple little pattern makes a wonderful 3-dimensional snowflake ornament. The only materials necessary are a sheet of 7-count plastic canvas and a skein of variegated yarn.

Linked Hearts Block
by Shelly Hazard
Here is a simple plastic canvas pattern for Valentine's Day. Just stitch six of the block pattern, then sew them together to make a block. You can put potpourri in it or a jingle bell to make it a special gift for a friend.

Blackwork Border bookmark
by Shelly Hazard
Here is a two-color blackwork border pattern. The pattern can also be used for a bookmark, towel, around the neck of a shirt, or anywhere you want to add just a touch of color and class.


Quilting and Sewing

Sunbonnet Sue Paper-Pieced Pattern
by Sherry Tuxbury
Here's a paper-pieced version of the classic Sunbonnet Sue pieced block. The finished pattern size is 4 inches by 4 inches. Pattern sheets are included for both right-facing and left-facing Sunbonnet Sues.

Holiday Mystery Project!
by Shelly Hazard
Hankering for something new? For a challenge and fun project all rolled into one? Try our holiday mystery project! So dig out your fabric stash, cutting board, and sewing machine and get busy!
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3


Knitting

Ripple Washcloth
by Shelly Hazard
Hand-knit cotton washcloths are much softer than regular facecloths. Using unmercerized cotton makes care simple, just put them in the washer and dryer with your towels. Here's a simple pattern for you to try.

Checkers Washcloth
by Shelly Hazard
Hand-knit cotton washcloths are much softer than regular facecloths. Using unmercerized cotton makes care simple, just put them in the washer and dryer with your towels. Here's a simple pattern for you to try.


Crotchet

Back Porch Crotchet Washcloth
by Sherry Tuxbury
Here's a simple crotchet pattern to try. Hand-made cotton washcloths are much softer than regular facecloths. Using unmercerized cotton makes care simple, just put them in the washer and dryer with your towels.



 
 
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