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These HOMESPUN magazines are wonderful inspirations!
Sometimes hard to get, we try hard to keep them in stock.

Magazines are listed in reverse issue order (newest at the top)

Older issues not pictured below are not available.


 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-08, August 2016

It's Hip to be Square (page 51), proves that the square is anything but dull by multiplying it to a point of dazzling beauty. Michelle Bardwell's massive, fussy-cut, postage-stamp quilt is a joy to behold and a celebration of color and creativity. Lynette Andersons Steamy Stuff for Stitchers Stuff (page 82), is a terrific sewing container she's made from a humble bamboo steamer. Natalie Birds' design Foxley Village (page 116), reaches new heights this instalment (Part 7), with Geese Stack, Flying Geese and Hovering Hawks Variation blocks.
A33260  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-07, July 2016

If you start stitching now, you'll be ready for Christmas. There's plenty to inspire you in this issue of Homespun. When Santa comes down the chimney, a certain festive koala, Blinky Belle (page 100), descends from the fork of her comfy eucalypt to take part in the fun. Natalia (page 82), a Christmas star quilt and Four Days of Christmas (page 74), calling birds, French hens, turtle doves adorn this perfect wallhanging decoration.
A33028  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-06, June 2016

Who could resist - Jennifer Goldsmith's beaver softie (page 48) - complete with swim cap and duck floatie, Roslyn Mirrington's luggage tags (page 100) - usable, not just cute, or Vicki Knight's Sweet Justice quilt (page 32) - a play of glorious colour and pattern.
A32731  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-05, May 2016

Lightning Flash (page 30), Wendy Whellum takes the splendour of a stormy light show and earths it with jewel colours, making her zigzag quilt a thing of comfort and wonder. Four All (page 70), Lisa Cox's Jelly Clip purses not only display her stitching repertoire, they also demonstrate their flexibility of use.
A32601  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-04, April 2016

Whistle While You Work (page 60), bring pleasure to the task of hanging out the washing with Christine Hayward's beautifully nostalgic design. Linda Guys Spring Song quilt (page 88), is a celebration of the freshness and promise that lie beyond the chill. Also, Vintage Petals (page 98), is a delicate tracery of embroidery stitches blended with a contemporary purse shape.
A32250  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-03, March 2016

Susan Smith's adorable A Day in the Park quilt (page 34), complete with ducks, dogs, trees, flowers and a central pond filled with goldfish. Fairytale sweet Rapunzel doll (page 52). Also, oak leaf Summer Oak quilt (page 62), by Jennifer Murray, you'll fall for it.
A32004  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-02, February 2016

This issue has something magic for every stitcher, ranging from the gentlest pastels to the most vibrant colours imaginable. Amity's Garden (page 84) is a butterfly and flowers cot quilt and custhion set. And the sweetest elephant softie ever, Pockets the Elephant (page 56). Also, mega-mixed shades for a crocheted bag, The Rainbow Collection (page 42).
A31917  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 17-01, January 2016

A special tribute to all things summer: Boats and beach huts quilt & cushion set (page 34), Thong shoulder bag (page 94), Victorian bather dolls (page 46) and ice cream bunting (page 56). Also, Under The Sprinkler (page 62), nostalgic embroidery from childhood.
A31477  $12.95
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 Magazine Cover Australian Homespun
Vol. 16-12, December 2015

Projects in this issue include: One Day at a Time - Countdown to Christmas Advent wallhanging. Bell Birds - embroidered bird decorations. And Dolly Grams - personalized 'gingerbread' tags and messages.
A31280  $12.95
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