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THE ESSENTIAL HANDS-ON MAGAZINE FOR CREATIVE STITCHERS

Each issue brings you traditional embroidery techniques along with a wealth of contemporary ideas. We aim to take you on an exciting, creative, textile journey:

  1. Suitable for all levels: beginners through to experienced
  2. How-to projects with step-by-step instructions and detailed images
  3. Explore and learn all the different techniques
  4. Discover fresh ideas with needle and thread
  5. Take your embroidery to the next level

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Stitch 127Issue 127 out now! On Sale Thursday 01 October 2020

Falling into place

Days are shortening. Leaves are on the turn. It might signal the end of summer, but the latest issue of Stitch is all about embracing and celebrating the changing seasons. From the glorious riot of fiery autumnal colour to the warmth and glow of Christmas, there are all sorts of projects designed to help you make the most of those longer evenings spent indoors. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and treat yourself to a new embroidery project…or two!

Always look forwards and keep stitching,

Kat McDonnell, Stitch Editor

Brilliant Projects!
Robin Redbreast

ROBIN RED BREAST
Often spied in your garden and featured on Christmas cards, settle down to capture this seasonal superstar in thread.

An Autumn Picnic

AN AUTUMN PICNIC
Woolly jumpers, falling leaves, ripe pumpkins…a beautifully evocative project from Sila Gur to wrap yourself up in.

A Proud Plume

A PROUD PLUME
Take pride in showing off your machine embroidery skills with a magnificent peacock feather in all its majestic colours.

Forever Frosty

FOREVER FROSTY
No need to get your hands cold or even leave the house to build this charming snowman. Just immerse yourself in his fantastic goldwork.

All The Trimmings

ALL THE TRIMMINGS!
Take time out for these fun tree decorations. Dabble with Boro, Sashiko and Kantha techniques to make the most of special bits of nothing from your stash

Merry & Bright

MERRY & BRIGHT
Head back to school for a physics lesson: learn about smart textiles and embroider lights into this brilliant bauble.

Fine Dining

FINE DINING
Set the scene for memorable feasting, toasting and general merrymaking throughout the festive season with a sumptuous velvet table runner

Wanderlust

WANDERLUST
Look forward to your next adventure with a mixed media passport cover that captures happy memories from previous travels. Cheers!

BE INSPIRED!

TURN ON THE CHARM

Find out how Sarah Gwyer creates her sensational celebrity portraits packed with buttons, beads and charms.

FRAYED AT THE EDGES

Old bed sheets transformed into wonderfully tactile pieces of textile art? That’s what happens in the hands of Adele Deloris Riley.

NOW YOU SEE ME

Have a look through the eyes of Kate Tume. Discover how she uses small embellishments to highlight bigger issues.

WINGS OF DESIRE

Is it a bird? Is it a quilt? Linda Fjeldsted Blust tells the story behind her winning entry at this year’s Virtual Festival of Quilts.

IMPROVE YOUR TECHNIQUE!

THE MIDAS TOUCH

Ilke Cochrane will put the bling back in your goldwork. Get in the know with her detailed guide.

THE VELVET TOUCH

It might be wonderfully rich and plush, but velvet doesn’t always behave. Find out how to get it back in line.

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