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Better Homes & Gardens - Make It Yourself - Fall/Winter 2013

Better Homes & Gardens - Make It Yourself - Fall/Winter 2013
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Fall/Winter 2013

Let the crafter in you out to play this holiday season, and make over 65 gifts to share the love and show how much you care. Projects include: Forest Friends - Make whimsical woodland creatures using felt and embroidery; Warm & Cozy - Cozy crochet and knit gear for cool months; Tree-Mendous - Unique trees for holiday decor; Confetti Countdown - Create an Advent-style calendar with miniature piñatas; From Scratch - Doodle-inspired accents for your kitchen and home; Heart Felt - Transform wool into fun accents with needle felting; and a wonderful Gift Guide. 'Make It Yourself' magazine, a 'Better Homes and Gardens' special interest publication - Fall/Winter 2013.

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