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No. 88

Jan Bergman has combined the South African protea and Australian grevillea 'in a combination of surface and raised techniques.' Most of the threads used are Gumnut Yarns fine wool 'DAISIES', crewel wool 'BLOSSOMS' and stranded silk 'STARS'.

No. 72

Three cheeky little monkeys swing along a curling vine on this cute and cuddly baby blanket'. Designed by Jan Kerton the main 'ingredients' are Jan's velour monkeys. One of the few threads used is Gumnut Yarns silk/wool 'POPPIES' - 645, as the curling vine.

Images reproduced courtesy of Country Bumpkin Publications.


Vol. 19 No. 12

'Stunning cast-on roses and delicate lace like embroidery have been used by Ruth Marshall to create this design, stitched using Gumnut Yarns kid mohair 'TULIPS'.

Vol. 19 No. 11

'Australian native flowers gave Ruth Marshall the inspiration to design and stitch this stunning wool and ribbon blanket' using Gumnut Yarns crewel wool 'BLOSSOMS'.


Vol. 19 No. 6

Taetia McEwen used a mix of Gumnut Yarns stranded silk 'STARS', perlé silk 'BUDS' and silk/wool 'POPPIES' on doctor's flannel to create a lovely capsule blanket.

Vol. 19 No. 2

'Wrap your precious bundle in this delightful cotton wrap by Taetia McEwen.' Gumnut Yarns stranded silk 'STARS' only are used.

Images reproduced courtesy of Express Publications

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