Inspirations - Embroidery Magazine from Australia, Issue #97, New Horizons.
Inspirations issue #97, year of publishing: 2018
Published by Insprations Studios, Australia.
The quality of this magazine and the work exhibited on its pages are well known around the world. It is on par with the Royal School of Needlework. You'll never be sorry purchasing this magazine, as it will be your inspiration for a variety of needlework for years to come.
This issue contains a pattern for a gorgeous blanket - see the photo below! - among other stunning projects. Just get your needle and a piece of cloth, - and start stitching!!
This magazine also include interesting articles, including POW-WOW, on bead embroidery in Native American culture
Dimentions: 9'x 11 3/4", 94 pages plus 2 sheets of liftout patterns, printed full size.
8 projects, including traditional embroidery, lacework on linen, stumpwork, 3-D embroidery, beadwork, counted thread stitch, crewel embroidery, and other techniques are presented in step-by step fashion with detailed descriptions of materials, how-tos, and all the steps, accompanied by close-up highest quality pictures. See examples on photos. Also, a liftout pattern sheet with full scale templates is included.
'Inspirations Issue 97' features the following projects:
Gillian by Maria del Valle OliveraThe use of colour with blackwork patterns combined with elegant surface embroidery is perfect for this fabulous hare design
Cherry Delight by Jane NicholasSuperb stumpwork roundel with goldwork and beading
Marguerite by Irina RudnevaFantastic three-dimensional, beaded white daisy with a sparkling crystal centre
La Fauvette by Catherine LaurençonGorgeous threadpainting of a European warbler amongst reeds and grasses
Stitches from the Heart by Maria Elide MelaniLearn a delightful Italian embroidery technique with this simple sachet
Sunflowers and Daisies by Helen ErikssonA cosy woollen blanket adorned with a circlet and bouquet of sun-loving flowers
Autumn Leaves by Monique JohnstonA harvest of acorns, blackberries, rose hips and maple leaves embellish this doorstop
Aurora by Christine BurtonTimeless crewel designs on a handy, zipped pouch
Enjoy the pictures and Happy Stitching!
For all the pictures of the projects in this magazine, please visit Inspirations's webpage, www.inspirationstudios.com