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STITCH Magazine - Special Issue - Winter 2012

STITCH Magazine - Special Issue - Winter 2012
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Special Issue - Winter 2012

In this issue its all about the coming winter, and time to get cozy. Starting with the Comfy Coats section, you'll not only learn tips and tricks for sewing up your first coat, but there are five different patterns for cover ups from casual to chic, and super easy to challenging. The Wonderful Wool section is full of fun projects including a mod wristlet clutch, a rugged laptop cover and pretty slippers. Hearth and Home brings together comfort projects - a colorful pouf, dramatic tea cozy, and a friendly owl-shaped softie. Finally, the Warm Your Heart section will appeal with adorable fabric cupcakes, a foxy scarf and some sweet fingerless mittens. Interweave Stitch magazine, special issue, Winter 2012.

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