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AFA Newsletter 031013

Hi everyone,
Easter and spring are quickly coming. Here are some highlights of projects I’ve been working on the past few months.

Felted Quail Eggs
Why not felt a few eggs for your Easter basket?

Felted Easter eggs

Rebuilder Tapestry
A new tapestry is underway at Chichester Cathedral.

Felted Pillow
How to make a felted cushion cover.

Why Knit
Some of the health benefits of knitting.

Felted Waterlily
Knit and felt some flowers.

Russian Join
What is a Russian Join?

Fingerless Mittens
Fingerless mitten patterns.

Nalbinding Iphone Case
Make a bag for your Iphone using nalbinding.

Free Crochet Bowl Patterns
Crochet a bowl with leftovers from your stash.

Earth Sky Retreat
Earth and Sky meditative art workshops coming up soon in Ireland and Italy.

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