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The Really Special Series: Make Special Cards – Christmas 2017£9.99
Easy Cardmaking with 217 Fab Gifts Inside the all new Christmas bumper pack!
You get all this:
- Patterned Papers
- Decoupage Booklet
- Push-out Die-cuts
- Beautiful Clear Stamps
- Quality Blank Cards
- Matching Envelopes
- 52-page magazine
Start your Card Making Christmas right and TODAY!
All you need to make Christmas Cards for Friends and Family inside – Get your copy now!
Mollie Makes – Issue 83£5.99
Get your hooks at the ready, because this issue comes with our biggest ever free gift – a bumper crochet project book with 22 gorgeous patterns to try. Whether you’re looking to hook up some wardrobe additions, contemporary homeware or some amigurumi cuties, there’s lots to inspire you. Don’t just stick to crochet this month though – brush up on your decoupage skills with Teri Muncey’s colourful fruit bowl, tap into this season’s love affair with slogans with Junk & Glitter’s contemporary embroidered hoop, and try this summer’s biggest craft trend – bundle dying with flowers – to make a uniquely patterned headscarf.
Whatever you’re making this month, share your projects with us using #molliemakes
Simply Crochet – Issue 61£5.99
In Simply Crochet issue 61 you’ll find our new Hook to Hook designer challenge, and this issue it features designs by Emma Wright and Emma Leith. They were both given six shades of DY Choice Aran With Wool yarn and challenged to design us a blanket.
“This cosy design is built around an old favourite”, Yorkshire-based crochet designer Emma Wright told us: “Granny squares really are my crochet go-to, they are so reliable. They look beautiful, they work well with all colours and I love playing with scale, which is where the idea of my four-patch granny squares came from. The blanket looks great when sewn together into a full-sized square!”
Artist and yarn bomber Emma Leith says: “The inspiration for this blanket came from the look and feel of the yarn. I wanted to ease us into the autumn evenings with a restful project, which I hope this is. I usually go for bright colours so this was a departure for me and I’ve loved every minute. I wanted to create a fabric effect that allowed the colours to complement each other, and by using block stitch I was able to introduce little flecks of colour on each row.”
Today’s Quilter – Issue 26£5.99
We quilters know only too well the impact that the quilting design you choose can make on your finished quilts. Free-motion quilting can create beautiful effects, but it can be daunting when you’re starting out…
Whether you’re quilting on your domestic sewing machine or are lucky enough to have access to a longarm variety, we’ve made this 44 page free supplement for you! It’s full of tips, projects and designs to inspire you from expert Angela Walters (author of some of our favourite free motion quilting books). Let us know how you get on!
Here are a few of our favourite highlights from our new issue…
When it comes to colour-pros, two of our favourites have joined forces for our cover star quilt, above! Jo Avery created it using Kaffe Fassett fabric and the result is a quilt to treasure. Use up all those bold, big patterns in this playful design, complete with a clever machine appliqué technique that gives this design a twist of tendrils, creeping over a patchwork wall.
Sew a gorgeous quilt inspired by pieces from yesteryear with our In Full Bloomquilt: vintage themes and patterns abound and you get to have lots of fun with appliqué leaves and florals!
Let your quilting do the talking with this classic quilt design on hand-dyed fabric by Trudi Wood.
LEGO Special – Elves Issue 6£3.75
Comic – Trapped (part 2)
Hidee the little Chameleon (with water slide)
Also in this issue…
Colouring – Show off your creative side
Meet the Chameleons – Find out who’s who
Letters – All your favourite pictures – by you!
Win! – Grab some cool LEGO Prizes
BBC History – Collector’s Edition – The Story of Science & Technology£9.99
This special edition of BBC History Magazine introduces the men and women whose ideas and innovations shape our world today.
Calculus, chemical elements, aeronautical engineering, planetary motion, metallurgy, computing, quarks and bosons – to the layperson, the evolution of such complex concepts and technology can set the head spinning. But it’s not rocket science (except, of course, rocket science). The story of science and technology is, like all history, a narrative dominated by people, not just atoms and equations.
We meet Greek and Roman philosophers, mathematicians and engineers who pioneered geometry, physics and geography – as well as gadgets ranging from automated statues to astronomical computers. And we explore the lives and work of scientists who became household names – Plato and Newton, Galileo and Einstein.
We also celebrate the inventors and developers of technologies that transformed the world, from Gutenberg’s printing press to Stephenson’s steam locomotives, and from Ptolemy’s maps to Ada Lovelace’s insights into computing. And we highlight the crucial contribution of less well-known scientists and researches. Did you know that the discovery of the DNA double-helix hinged on the work of Rosalind Franklin? That of radio and microwaves? Or that Jocelyn Bell discovered pulsars?
The Story of Science and Technology complies and updates articles that have appeared previously in BBC History Magazine, along with several new articles written specially for this edition. I hope you enjoy it.
Love Patchwork & Quilting – Issue 51£5.99
Get ready for a fresh burst of quilty goodness! Issue 51 of Love Patchwork & Quilting hits the shops tomorrow (16th August) and we’re just a *bit* excited to share with you a few of the things we’ve got lined up for our new issue… and yes, that IS an FPP apple on the cover!
Discover Space: The Voyager£9.99
The twin Voyager spacecraft have been speeding through the cosmos for two-thirds of the entire space age. Dreamt up in those heady, halcyon years that preceded the Apollo 11 landing as a ‘Grand Tour’ of the outer planets, and finally launched in 1977, they went on to redefine our understanding of the Solar System.
The past 40 years have been revelatory. Between them the Voyagers visited four planets and 48 moons, 23 of which we had no idea existed. They saw new rings, volcanoes, geysers and even aurorae. Now Voyager 1 is pushing the very limit of exploration, as it ventures beyond the solar bubble our star forces out around it and into the unknown of interstella space. It’s an astounding legacy for a pair of probes that each have around 240,000 times less computing power than an average smartphone and an eight-track tape for a brain.
The Story of the Voyager is one of the most complex there is – so as well as giving you the rundown of their myriad discoveries, we asked people involved in the mission to relive it in their own words. They include Carolyn Porco, who spotted the still-unexplained spokes in the rings of Saturn and helped organise the Solar System’s family portrait’: Suzanne Dodd, mastermind of the ongoing insterstella mission; and Ed Stone, Voyager’s project scientist since 1972 – before the spacecraft were even called ‘Voyager’. But what of the future? NASA director of planetary science James Green reveals how the Voyagers continue to shape modern space exploration.
It’s a majestic tale that’s echoed through the years and is expected to continue for a decade of more. Won’t you join us for the ride?
Kev Lochun, Editor
The Knitter – Issue 114£5.99
Bright colours and soft textures combine in our latest pattern collection. Breezy knits with lace details and relaxed shapes will be perfect for summer days and lazy evenings.
We’ve got lots of colourwork for you to try – including a pretty pixelated design by Emma Vining, a handsome sweater for men, and a pretty Fair Isle jumper from Marie Wallin. Fancy a quick-knit project to make on your holiday? Try our textured socks, cushion cover or smart baby jumper. Be inspired by British yarns in this month’s feature article, and find expert tips in our Masterclass.
World of Cross Stitching – Iss 259£4.99
As the days are drawing in, make the most of the autumnal season by cosying up with our fabulous new cross stitching patterns! Our all-new issue is bursting with treats for you – start today with gorgeous projects, inspiring reads and expert tutorials! See all this and more inside your issue 259:
• FREE gift – 3-in-1 Christmas kittens card kit to stitch with love!
• Delight in our vibrant cover project, featuring striking poppies
• Make pretty stitching accessories for your craft room
• Challenge yourself with our shimmery, sparkly seahorse
• Personalise your stitches with our teddy bears ABC
• Stitch Mittens the kitten and Cyril the squirrel – the adorable duo created by Gill Cooper!
• Enjoy spook-tacular motifs in our Halloween Design Library!
• PLUS… you’ll love our mouthwatering cupcakes cards, shabby chic sampler and Halloween patchwork-style design. And all your favourite features are here – money-saving reader offers, top tutorials, and expert tips & advice. Plus, don’t forget to enter our exciting giveaways and competitions!
Olive – September 2017£4.35
Inside Olive this month…
Healthy Midweek Solutions
- High-Protein Turkey Larb
- Low-Calorie Coriander Chicken Curry
- Quick-Fix Grain Bowls
- Vegan Miso Soup with Crispy Smoked Tofu
- Low-Fat Coconut, Banana & Raspberry Muffins
- AND MORE!
Get Fired Up!
Flavour-Packed, Vietnamese-inspired recipes for your BBQ this Summer
Learn How To: Master Souffles
Book Now – Must-Visit New Restaurants
Discover Why Pepper Is Hot (In more ways than one)
Explore Sylt: Germany’s Secret Foodie Island
ALL THIS PLUS LOADS MORE…Get your issue here today!
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