A couple of great projects from Kate Findlay for the children to do themselves – painting T-shirts (here are some that our viewers made!) and then there is the goodie bag which also has a poppy kit version in the shop. (If you’re looking for other Half Term ideas, use the Quick Search Children for more options)
If you want inspiration for Christmas, just click on the Christmas Quick Search for more ideas for cards, decorations, baubles etc
Breast Cancer Charity Workshop
Don’t forget it’s one of our Free Videos so all members and subscribers can watch. For other Free Videos click here
And for another of our Free videos, we have the Bramble Patch to thank for this comprehensive binding demonstration – now you’ll have no excuses for not finishing that project that you’ve been putting off!!
And don’t forget you can rewind and rewatch as often as you like.
If all that inspiration and instruction is exhausting, you can sit back with a cup/glass of something and wander round the Prism textile exhibition coded;decoded (more next month)
New in the Shop:
We have new books from Carolyn Forster – Quilting on the Go – Taking it Further and from Philippa Naylor – Applique Mastery
6 designs for a stained glass Patchwork project from Gail Lawther called Enchanted Christmas, which you can either buy separately or as a complete pack of 6.
Other ideas include an advent calendar from the Stitch Witch with Japanese folded motives or The Advent Tree from Brenda Walker that has pockets ready for stuffing with little animals and decorations (also available as a kit)
And for all you Trapunto fans, Sylvia Critcher has a super new trapunto wool here for you.
Book of the Month
Corinne Lapierre’s book from the ’20 to Make’ book range continues with our theme of getting ready for Christmas this month with 20 delightful felt decorations to make and felt is easy to work with as it doesn’t fray. There is also free p&p in the UK during October.
Thanks to all those who took part in our competition; The correct answer was 4 o’clock. The winner has been drawn and you will find if you’ve won by going to our Facebook page, or checking if you’ve receved a Facebook message from Juliet.
And another thank you…..
…to one of our regular viewers for this lovely comment:
I was getting in a tizzy about my borders, and thought “I’ll go to Just Hands On, to find the answer”. The search option, and different workshops that come up worked really well. And, of course, I found the answer, and many more besides, and then got sidetracked by looking at the wonderful video of Rajasthan!!
Thank you for explaining things so clearly!
Valerie & Jennie