Stitch Fall 2013

Take a walk on the exotic side with projects, fabrics and techniques from modern fairy tales to inspiration from other countries and eras.
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Description

Exotic sewing . . . now that’s sure to spark any sewing enthusiast’s curiosity! Adventure is in the air with the exotic-themed issue of Stitch, Fall 2013. Whether you want to learn how to sew or are searching for creative new ideas, you’ll love the projects, fabrics and techniques that take a page from both fantastic and global influences, from modern fairy tales to inspiration from other countries and eras.

The Projects

Modern Fairy TalesAdd a fantastic touch to wearable and accessory projects for adults and children. Spark your imagination with items that spark the imagination, from the fabulous to the embellished.

Renaissance Woman Capture the new romantic and baroque style with projects for wardrobe and home for yourself, family, and friends. Explore unusual embellishment techniques and discover unique aspects of sewing all in the spirit of adventure.

Time Traveler From retro to futuristic, look back to the past and forward to the future to create projects for wardrobe and home.

Global JourneysGather up every little inspiration around the world. Add globe-trotting touches to projects that provide the most exotic treasured details to create unusual wearables and accessories for yourself, friends, and family.

Call of the WildExpress your walk on the wild side in this section devoted to projects that pay homage to Where the Wild Things Are.

Features include Globetrotting for Textiles, a chat with craft celeb Amy Sedaris, Meet Me in St. Louis, and The Vibrant Fabrics of Mexico. Bring exotic sewing to your craft room with Stitch, Fall 2013!

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SKU: SM1309

Format: Magazine Single Issue

Customer Reviews

Making the Satchel On the Cover Review by Terry
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I am making the gorgeous satchel on the cover but I am having some real troubles with the gusset pieces fitting the side panels properly. And there is no interfacing suggested for the zipper panels other than for the lining, which really is not good design. I am making these two issues work with some extra effort on my own. But other sewists should take note of the irregularites with this pattern before investing in expensive time and materials. I will definitely make this pattern again as it is BEAUTIFUL...but the pattern and instructions are a bit sub par in my opinion.

(Posted on 10/16/13)