Retail Catalog Fall12 Linkable | Knitting | Crochet

Fall 2012

Books, Magazines,
CD Collections & DVDs

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New Books

14

Backlist Books

30 Magazines
32 Special Issues
36 CD Collections
48 DVDs

jewelry making & beading
64 New Books
69

Backlist Books

75 Magazines
76

Special Issues

77

CD Collections

80 DVDs

art
86 New Books
87 Backlist Books
88 Magazines
89

Special Issues

90 CD Collections
91 DVDs

94 Spinning Book Rack
95 Index
101 Orders

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Kristen TenDyke
is a knitwear and
crochet designer and
knitting technical
editor. Her designs
have appeared in books
including Weekend Hats
(2011), Knitting Green
(2010), and The Knitter’s
Handy Book of TopDown Sweater Patterns
(2012), as well as many
publications including Interweave Knits,
Interweave Crochet,
Vogue Knitting, Knitty,
and Knit Simple. She
recently launched
Caterpillar Knits and is
a former staff member
of Classic Elite. Kristen
lives in Maine.

Finish-Free Knits

No-Sew Garments in Classic Styles

Imagine knitting a beautiful sweater without the stressful obstacles of sewing,
seaming, and grafting. Welcome to knitwear designer Kristen TenDyke’s world
of Finish-Free Knits. While exploring these twenty designs, you will discover
stitch-free solutions to previously frustrating obstacles to finishing a design.

Paperback
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-488-1
$24.95
Available December 2012
Rights: W

Kristen will teach you to knit sweaters with no assembly required. Through
clever planning and simple techniques, the projects in Finish-Free Knits
are shaped and joined during knitting—without sacrificing the pockets,
buttonbands, and shaped collars that are accomplished in most designs by
sewing together separate pieces. In addition, learn how to shape armholes, join
pieces as you go, and use short-rows for shaping.
Once you’ve mastered these stress-free finishing techniques, you can apply
variations of each method to projects beyond the book. With Finish-Free Knits,
avoid the dreaded “some assembly required” phrase forever.
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Kristeen GriffinGrimes launched her
French Girl pattern line
in early 2005. Her inspiration comes from her
jazz-singing mother and
her twelve-year love
affair with France. She
leads regular knitting
tours in France, is the
author of French Girl
Knits (2009), and blogs
at frenchgirlknits.com.
Kristeen lives in Seattle,
Washington.

French Girl Knits Accessories
Modern Designs for a Beautiful Life

From the author of French Girl Knits comes a collection of signature Frenchinspired and feminine knit accessories. Kristeen Griffin-Grimes brings to life her
signature aesthetic through timeless techniques for a stunning encore knittedpattern book. Organized into vignettes that travel from morning to night, these
captivating projects invite knitters to imagine their own daily lives enhanced by
these lovely designs.
French Girl Knits Accessories includes sixteen intermediate-level knitting
projects covering a full range of accessories for women. Designed with French
savoir-faire, the projects include shrugs, hats, gloves and mittens, wraps and
stoles, and socks and slippers. Want to add more romance with lace and ribbon?
Desire a perfect pleat or fold? Sidebars and techniques include simple how-tos
for these details and more. Throughout this collection of small projects, you’ll
find an emphasis on clean modern lines and style woven with vintage and
romantic fashion inspiration.

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Paperback with flaps
9 x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-490-4
$21.95
Available September 2012
Rights: W

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Lucinda Guy is a
knitwear and textile
designer as well as the
author of several books,
including Northern
Knits (2010). She has
sold her knitwear
designs to Edina Ronay,
Laura Ashley, Marks &
Spencer, and Rowan
Yarns. She lives and
teaches in England.

Northern Knits Gifts

Thoughtful Projects Inspired by Folk Traditions

In Northern Knits Gifts, knitwear and textile designer Lucinda Guy continues her
exploration of folk-knitting traditions with small projects and accessories. You’ll
learn many traditional knitting techniques of Scandinavia, Estonia, Iceland, and
the Faroe and Shetland Islands, including twined knitting, two-color knitting,
lace techniques, damask, Fair Isle, embroidery, and rya.

Paperback
8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-562-8
$22.95
Available October 2012
Rights: W

Accompanied by notes on history and folk culture, the projects embrace the
Danish notion of hygge—taking pleasure in comforting and cozy things, which
is often associated with family and close friends. The twenty projects include
mittens, socks, hats, scarves, and bags and are perfect for wearing and gifting.
Emphasizing pattern and color, these knitted designs also embody the idea of
making utilitarian objects beautiful as well as useful.
Immerse yourself in Lucinda’s world with colorful knitted folk projects.

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Kate Gagnon
Osborn and
Courtney Kelley
(right to left) co-own
Kelbourne Woolens,
distributors of the Fibre
Company’s unique
artisan yarns. They
coauthored the popular
book Vintage Modern
Knits (2011), and their
best-selling patterns
have appeared in
Knitscene, Interweave
Knits, Interweave
Crochet, and Vogue
Knitting. Both live in
Philadelphia.

November Knits

Inspired Designs for Changing Seasons

Stave off the shivers in the fall with warm and stylish garments and accessories
from November Knits. Inside, you’ll discover a spectacular collection from
popular knitwear designers and authors Kate Gagnon Osborn and Courtney
Kelley and a group of all-star contributors, including Melissa LaBarre, Cirilia
Rose, Cecily Glowik McDonald, Kristen TenDyke, and many more. Capture the
essence of fall with twenty projects, from casual cardigans and scarves to stylish
wraps and sweaters. The book is divided into three sections:
• Farm Hands is filled with rustic, casual, and durable garments.
• Ivy League features sophisticated and smart knitwear with bold colors and
classic styling.
• Southern Comfort is ideal for special occasions, bringing warmth and comfort
to slightly dressier garments.
With knitted garments and accessories by expert designers, November Knits is a
must-have style guide for the season.

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Paperback
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-439-3
$24.95
Available October 2012
Rights: W

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Ingalill Johansson
(left) is the chief designer
and quality manager for
one of Sweden’s largest knitting companies.
During her more than
thirty years of experience
in the industry, she has
worked for all of Sweden’s
major knitting companies,
has been a freelance
designer, and has created
many patterns for weekly
publications. Ingalill
lives in Sweden and runs
her own yarn store in
Gothenburg. This is her
first book.

Ewa K. Andinsson
(right) is head of
Andinsson Photography
and Andina Förlag, a
publishing company she
started in 2009. She lives
in Sweden.

Paperback
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-786-8
$24.95
Available November 2012
Rights: NA & UK

Shades of Winter
Knitting with Natural Wool

Inspired by the sublime, subtle tones of wintry northern landscapes, the more
than thirty-five projects in Shades of Winter showcase the natural beauty of
pure undyed wool yarn, photographed against the Scandinavian winter’s snow
crystals and cold.
These gorgeous garments, from tops, sweaters, dresses, and coats to hats,
mittens, scarves, and shawls, evoke wool’s warmth and softness in many
different patterns and textures. Be enchanted by the possibilities of garments
featuring techniques as simple as garter stitch and stockinette stitch to
elaborate cables, bobbles, texture, and lace patterns. You’ll be enthralled with
how the eco-friendly undyed wool creates knitwear rich in visually organic
themes. Organized by the natural tones of the yarns, these fine woolens are
visually stunning.
Discover stylish knits in a dreamlike atmosphere, where woolen warmth
contrasts with icy environs.
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Midori Nishida is a
professional craft artist.
The coauthor of The
Beaded Edge (2011),
she introduced Boncuk
oya to Japan, adapting
it into an accessible
format for crafters. She
has continued to study
and perfect the art of
beaded edgings with
CRK Design. She lives in
Japan.
CRK Design is a

The Beaded Edge 2

More Inspired Designs for Crocheted Edgings and Trims

design firm made up of
six graphic designers
who are the coauthors
of The Beaded Edge
(2011) and do everything from designing to
book production. The
firm is based in Japan.

A sequel to the best-selling book The Beaded Edge (2011), this guide teaches
beaders and crocheters alike how to add personal touches to a wide variety of
fabric projects using gorgeous edges and embellishments. The Beaded Edge 2
explores traditional Turkish oya, the delicate edgings for fabric that are created
using threads, knots, and beads. Designer Midori Nishida is fascinated with these
edgings, which led her to create a series based on traditional motifs of flowers,
fruits, leaves and vines, and geometric designs such as scallops and stars.
The Beaded Edge 2 features step-by-step instructions for eighteen edgings,
along with inspirational photos showing their use as trims for clothing,
accessories, and home furnishings. From information about this unique
technique to beautiful projects for home and wardrobe, The Beaded Edge 2
gives you everything you need to master the art of Turkish oya.

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Paperback
8¼ x 10⅛, 90 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-559-8
$17.95
Available September 2012
Rights: USC, UK, AU, NZ

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Brett Bara is the
former editor in chief
of Crochet Today and
creator of the blog
Manhattan Craft Room,
as well as host of the
Emmy-nominated
television series Knit &
Crochet Now. She also
writes a regular sewing
column, Sewing 101, for
the popular blog Design
Sponge. Previously she
was crafts editor at
Woman’s Day Special
Interest Publications
and a writer for numerous national magazines
including Marie Claire,
Cosmopolitan, Details,
Men’s Health, and
Prevention. Brett lives in
Brooklyn, New York.

Clever Crocheted Accessories
25 Quick Weekend Projects

Crocheters will satisfy their hunger for cool things to make with Clever Crocheted
Accessories. Brett Bara collected twenty-five delightful, practical pieces that
make perfect gifts—though you may be tempted to keep them all to yourself!

Paperback
8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-827-8
$22.95
Available December 2012
Rights: W

The ideal curator, Brett shares a first-rate lineup of projects. Whether you are a
beginner or experienced crocheter, there is something for everyone: hats and
caps, including a cloche, porkpie hat, and tam; scarves, shawls, and cowls, from
chunky to drapey to snug; eye-catching mittens and arm warmers; delicate
lace socks and cozy man-socks; flirty bags; and sparkly jewelry. Each piece
is designed with standout details and a variety of techniques are covered
throughout, including Tunisian crochet, broomstick lace, and Bruges lace.
Clever Crocheted Accessories features projects from top designers such as
Robyn Chachula, Doris Chan, Mari Lynn Patrick, Kristin Omdahl, Ellen Gormley,
Linda Cyr, Vickie Howell, and many more.
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The Finer Edge

Crocheted Trims, Motifs & Borders

An innovative collection of forty stitch and twelve garment patterns from bestselling author Kristin Omdahl, The Finer Edge demonstrates various techniques,
construction methods, and versatile applications for crocheted edgings.
While crocheted edgings are customarily used to trim or finish blankets and
garments, designer Kristin Omdahl treats crocheters to both traditional and
novel ways to expand their use of edgings, from creating entire fabrics to
making individual decorative motifs, and even creating three-dimensional
designs. Focusing on construction techniques for edgings, the book is divided
into three separate sections: top-down, sideways, and bottom-up methods.
There are also twelve project patterns in multiple sizes that highlight the
edgings, as well as charts, illustrations, and photographs of crochet swatches.
Discover innovation at its finest with The Finer Edge.

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Kristin Omdahl is
the author of Crochet
So Fine (2010),
Wrapped in Crochet
(2009), A Knitting
Wrapsody (2011), and
Seamless Crochet
(2011). She designs knit
and crochet garments
and patterns under
her label KRISTIN.
Kristin teaches knit and
crochet techniques
for private lessons and
workshops. She appears
on Knitting Daily TV,
creates designs for a
variety of yarn companies, and has published
designs in Interweave
Crochet, Interweave
Knits, Knitscene,
Crochet Today, and
Crochet! She lives in
Florida.

Paperback
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-554-3
$24.95
Available January 2013
Rights: W

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Yoko Saito
appears regularly on
Japanese television
and in magazines. She
has published multiple
books and holds quilt
exhibitions and workshops in France, Italy,
and Taiwan. In 2008,
she founded the Yoko
Saito Quilt Exhibition
at Matsuya department
store in Ginza, Tokyo.
She lives in Tokyo.

Japanese Quilting Piece by Piece
29 Stitched Projects from Yoko Saito

From quilt artist Yoko Saito, Japanese Quilting Piece by Piece explores
traditional folk themes and interprets them with a vintage yet modern feel.
Twenty-nine featured projects use traditional patchwork designs such as
log cabin blocks, hexagons, baskets, and stars, sewn in soft sepia and taupe
fabrics. Featuring piecework, appliqué, machine stitching, handstitching, and
embroidery, these projects are a delight for anyone who loves to sew. Sewists
will discover large wall quilts as well as smaller projects, from fabric baskets and
handbags to an apron and fabric cushions—each with paper patterns enclosed.

Paperback
7⅜ x 10, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-858-2,
$26.95
Available October 2012
Rights: W

In her masterful style, Yoko Saito uses beautiful and meticulous stitching while
still embracing the wabi sabi concept of imperfection, using odd-shaped pieces
and quilting with a free mind. Japanese Quilting Piece by Piece invites all quilt
artists to stray from conventional designs and create one-of-a-kind quilts and
quilted projects.

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Bethan Ash is a
professional quilt artist
and teacher with a
background in fashion
design. Her work has
been widely exhibited
and placed in museum
collections in the United
Kingdom and United
States, including New
York’s Museum of Arts
and Design. She is a
member of Quilt Art, a
group of international
quilt artists who aim to
extend the boundaries
of quilting as an artistic
medium. She lives in
Cardiff, Wales.

Vibrant Quilt Collage

A Spontaneous Approach to Fused Art Quilts

Explore this groundbreaking book that shows quilters how to create unique and
expressive quilts using improvisational collage techniques and fusing.
Bethan Ash, known for her rich and colorful quilt designs, shows how to use hand
and machine stitching as a final embellishment to the fused and quilted piece.
Learn to instinctively cut fabric shapes without the use of rulers or templates,
layer them on a prepared background, and attach them with fusible web.
In clear, easy-to-follow text, discover invaluable information on methods,
materials, techniques, and composition. Illustrated with many of Bethan’s quilts
and additional examples of state-of-the-art fused quilts from around the world,
this book is a visual feast of color and pattern. Artistic influences are evident
throughout, from Matisse’s bright paper cutouts to pop art and mid-century
design. Vibrant Quilt Collage will help you expand the boundaries of art quilting
through imagination, inspiration, and fusion.

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Paperback
8½ x 10⅞, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-860-5
$26.95
Available October 2012
Rights: USC

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Laurie Wisbrun
is an author and fabric
designer who lives
in Austin, Texas. You
can find more about
her and her work at
lauriewis.blogspot.com
and lauriewisbrun.com.

Embellish Me

How to Print, Dye, and Decorate Your Fabric

Embellish Me is the ultimate guide for all crafters seeking to achieve the
perfect surface finishes for their fabric-based projects. Comprehensive stepby-step instructions are accompanied by detailed illustrations that introduce
an extensive range of fabric alteration and embellishment techniques, such
as tie-dyeing, bleaching, and shibori; block, silk-screen, and digital printing;
and beading, embroidery, and appliqué. Galleries throughout the book feature
examples of these techniques, demonstrating how they have been applied to
fabric and providing readers with a wealth of inspiration.

Flexibound
7½ x 9¾, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-862-9
$24.95
Available January 2013
Rights: NA

Divided into three sections, Embellish Me offers essential information on tools
and materials, pattern design, and techniques. Artist interviews and in-depth
advice on marketing and selling new designs round out an information-rich
guide that fully equips crafters to apply these techniques to any number of
fabric projects.

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CRK Design is a
design firm made up of
six graphic designers
who are the coauthors
of The Beaded Edge
(2011) and do everything from designing to
book production. The
firm is based in Japan.

Yasuko Endo

Bead Embroidery Stitch Samples

makes craft and
home décor designs
and products for
CRK Design. She has
appeared on a NHK
program, Sutekini
Handmade, where she
presented bead embroidery stitch sample ideas
and techniques. She
lives in Japan.

Bead Embroidery Stitch Samples is a jam-packed directory that goes beyond
basic and traditional embroidery stitches to incorporate beads, allowing
readers to create delicate and striking trims and embellishments.
Stitch patterns range from elegantly simple single motifs to complex allover
patterns to three-dimensional designs. Along with step-by-step instructions
are numerous examples of how to use and place the bead embroidery motifs
on hems, pockets, cuffs, collars, and handbags or as home décor trim on
pillows, curtains, and lampshades. Patterns emphasize beaded edgings and
trims rather than the heavy, solid beaded fabric motifs found in other bead
embroidery books.
Using nothing more than embroidery thread and simple beads, Bead
Embroidery Stitch Samples offers beginner and advanced embroidery
enthusiasts alike new ways to set their work apart.

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Paperback
8¼ x 10⅛, 90 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-706-6
$17.95
Available November 2012
Rights: W

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Nicole Vasbinder
owns and operates
StitchCraft and an independent accessory line,
Queen Puff Puff. She
was a founding teacher
at Stitch Lounge in San
Francisco, California.
She currently teaches
at Stonemountain and
Daughter Fabrics in
Berkeley, California.
Her designs have been
featured in the Wall
Street Journal, Adorn
Magazine, JoAnn
Magazine, Venus Zine,
and Craft. She lives in
Petaluma, California.

Sewing Solutions

Tips and Techniques for the Savvy Sewist

Even the best sewists will encounter problems, snags, and little glitches in
their work. Expert sewist and author Nicole Vasbinder’s Sewing Solutions
is an indispensable reference filled with invaluable advice for beginner and
intermediate sewists on everything from buying a machine to reading a pattern
envelope to construction secrets.
Organized by stages, you’ll find:

Flexibound
5¾ x 8¼, 192 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-598-7
$19.95
Available December 2012
Rights: NA

• Detailed advice for the basics of sewing.
• An easy-to-follow layout with step-by-step techniques for making bias tape,
sewing trims, buttonholes, zippers, hems, and more.
• Easy-to-navigate color-coded cross-references available for quick referencing.
• Troubleshooting tips for sewing machine problems.
Whether sewists want to choose the right tools, read patterns correctly, or
everything in between, Sewing Solutions will be an essential sewing companion.
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The Crafter’s Guide To
Taking Great Photos

150 Knit & Crochet Motifs

The Best Techniques for Showcasing Your Handmade Creations
Heidi Adnum

Anything-but-Square Shapes
for Garments, Accessories,
Afghans, and Throws
Heather Lodinsky

Flexibound, 6 7⁄10 x 87⁄10 , 192 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-626-7, $24.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-434-8, $24.95

The Art of
Fair Isle Knitting

Bag Style

History, Technique,
Color & Patterns
Ann Feitelson
Paperback, 8½ x 11, 184 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-138-5, $24.95

Classic Knits:

Marianne Isager Collection
Marianne Isager
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 184 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-115-6, $24.95

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Innovative to Traditional, 22
Inspirational Hand­bags, Totes,
and Carry-alls to Knit and
Crochet
Pam Allen and Ann Budd

200 Fair Isle Motifs

A Knitter’s Directory
Mary Jane Mucklestone
Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 208 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-437-9, $24.95

Around the World
in Knitted Socks

26 Inspired Designs
Stephanie van der
Linden
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-230-6, $24.95

The Best of Knitscene

A Collection of Simple, Stylish
& Spirited Knits
Lisa Shroyer
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-326-6, $24.95

Boutique Knits

20+ Must-Have Accessories
Laura Irwin
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-073-9, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-043-2, $21.95

Color Style

Innovative to Traditional,
17 Inspired Designs to Knit
Pam Allen and Ann Budd
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-062-3, $24.95

Domino Knitting
Vivian Høxbro

Paperback, 6 x 7½, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-11-8, $16.95

Essentially Feminine Knits

25 Must-Have Chic Designs
Lene holme SamsØe

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-784-4, $24.95

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Favorite Socks

25 Timeless Designs
from Interweave
Edited by Ann Budd
and Anne Merrow

Fearless Knitting
Workbook

The Step-by-Step Guide to
Knitting Confidence
Jennifer E. Seiffert

Feminine Knits

22 Timeless Designs
Lene Holme Samsøe
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-140-8, $22.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o,
7 x 9¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-032-6, $22.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o,
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-149-1, $24.95

Folk Knitting in Estonia

Folk Mittens

Techniques and Patterns for
Handknitted Mittens
Marcia Lewandowski

25 Knitting Patterns and Tales
from Around the World
Cheryl Oberle

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-43-0, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-34-8, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-59-1, $21.95

Folk Style

French Girl Knits

Funky Knits

A Garland of Symbolism,
Tradition and Technique
Nancy Bush

Innovative Designs to Knit,
Including Sweaters, Hats,
Scarves, Gloves, and More
Mags Kandis
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-020-3, $24.95

Innovative Techniques,
Romantic Details, and
Feminine Designs
Kristeen Griffin-Grimes
Paperback with flaps, 9 x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-069-2, $24.95

Folk Shawls

Knitting Know-How
for Hip Young Things
Carol Meldrum and
Julie Marchington
Paperback, 7½ x 9¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-003-6, $19.95

Folk Hats

32 Knitting Patterns & Tales
from Around the World
Vicki Square
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-63-7, $21.95

Folk Socks

The History & Techniques
of Handknitted Footwear
Updated
Nancy Bush
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-435-5, $24.95

Getting Started
Knitting Socks
Ann Budd

Hardcover, 8 x 8, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-029-6, $18.95

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Gifted

Lovely Little Things to
Knit and Crochet
Mags Kandis
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-178-1, $24.95

The Gossamer Webs
Design Collection

Three Orenburg Shawls to Knit
Design interpretation
by Galina Khmeleva
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 56 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-87-4, $12.95

A Handknit Romance

22 Vintage Designs with
Lovely Details
Jennie Atkinson
Paperback, 7½ x 9⅘, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-779-0, $24.95

The Harmony Guides:
101 Stitches to Knit

Box with flash cards, 5¼ x 6½
101 cards with 8-page booklet
ISBN 978-1-59668-100-2, $19.95

The Harmony Guides:
Cables & Arans

The Harmony Guides:
Colorwork Stitches

The Harmony Guides:
Knit Edgings & Trims

The Harmony Guides:
Knit & Purl

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 276 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-058-6, $22.95

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 276 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-147-7, $22.95

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-173-6, $19.95

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 272 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-056-2, $22.95

Hip to Knit

Inca Knits

Interweave Presents
Knitted Gifts

250 Stitches to Knit
Edited by Erika Knight

The Harmony Guides:
Lace & Eyelets

250 Designs to Knit
Edited by Sharon Brant

150 Stitches
Edited by Kate Haxell

250 Stitches to Knit
Edited by Erika Knight

18 Contemporary Projects
for Today’s Knitter
Judith L. Swartz

Designs Inspired by South
American Folk Traditions
Marianne Isager

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 276 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-057-9, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-21-7, $18.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-116-3, $24.95

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250 Stitches to Knit
Edited by Erika Knight

Irresistible Projects
to Make and Give
Ann Budd

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-091-3, $21.95

f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Knitting

A Stash of Knitting Cartoons
Franklin Habit

It Itches (paperback)

A Stash of Knitting Cartoons
Franklin Habit

It Itches

Japanese Inspired Knits

Knit Fix

Paperback, 6 x 6, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-898-8, $9.95

Hardcover, 6 x 6, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-093-7, $12.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-114-9, $22.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-011-1, $19.95

Knit Kimono

Knit Kimono Too

Knit So Fine

Knit to Be Square

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-89-7, $24.95

Paperback + DVD, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-239-9, $26.95

Knitted Babes

Knitted Jackets

18 Designs with Simple
Shapes
Vicki Square

Five Dolls & their Wardrobes
to Knit and Stitch
Claire Garland
Paperback, 8 x 10, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-000-5, $19.95

Simple Designs to Mix,
Match + Layer
Vicki Square

20 Designs from Classic
to Contemporary
Cheryl Oberle
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-026-5, $22.95

Marianne Isager Collection
Marianne Isager

Designs with Skinny Yarn
Lisa R. Myers, Laura
Grutzeck, and Carol
Sulcoski
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-052-4, $24.95

Knitted Lace

A Collection of Favorite
Designs from Interweave
Anne Merrow, with a
foreword by Eunny Jang
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-482-9, $24.95

Problem Solving for Knitters
Lisa Kartus

Domino Designs to
Knit and Felt
Vivian Høxbro

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-089-0, $24.95

Knitted Lace of Estonia
with DVD
Techniques, Patterns,
and Traditions
Nancy Bush

Paperback + DVD, 8½ x 9, 150 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-315-0, $26.95

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The Knitter’s Companion
Deluxe Edition with DVD

The Knitter’s Handy
Book of Patterns

The Knitter’s Handy Book
of Sweater Patterns

The Knitter’s Handy Book
of Top-Down Sweaters

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-04-0, $24.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 224 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-43-9, $26.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 264 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-483-6, $29.95

The Knitter’s Handy Guide
to Yarn Requirements
(20 pack)

Knitting Green

Knitting in the Details

Knitting Little Luxuries

Box with 20 pamplets
4½ x 10¼ x 1¾
ISBN 978-1-93149-973-6, $119.00

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-166-8, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-256-6, $22.95

Knitting on the Road

Knitting Plus

Vicki Square

Hardcover with concealed
wire-o + DVD
7 x 5, 140 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-314-3, $24.95

Ann Budd

Knitting Off the Axis

Basic Designs in Multiple
Sizes & Gauges
Ann Budd

Conversations and Planet
Friendly Projects
Ann Budd

Projects and Techniques for
Sideways Knitting
Mathew Gnagy

Sock Patterns for the
Traveling Knitter
Nancy Bush

Paperback, 8½ x 10, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-311-2, $24.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
6½ x 11¼, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-91-1, $18.95

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Basic Designs in Multiple
Sizes and Gauges
Ann Budd

Charming Designs to Knit
& Embellish
Louisa Harding

Mastering Fit + Plus-Size Style
+ 15 Projects
Lisa Shroyer
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 17 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-237-5, $24.95

Basic Designs in Multiple
Sizes and Gauges
Ann Budd

Beautiful Accessories to Knit
Louisa Harding
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-054-8, $21.95

Knitting Socks with
Handpainted Yarn
Carol Sulcoski

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-098-2, $19.95

f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Knitting

Knitting Vintage Socks
New Twists on Classic
Patterns
Nancy Bush

Knitting with Wire

Nancie M. Wiseman
Paperback, 6 x 7¼, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-31-6, $16.95

A Comprehensive Guide
to Handknits
Shirley Paden
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
8½ x 10¼, 344 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-086-9, $40.00

The New Stranded
Colorwork

Innovative Designs to Wrap,
Drape, and Tie
Kristin Omdahl
Paperback + DVD, 8½ x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-307-5, $24.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-65-1, $21.95

Knitwear Design
Workshop

A Knitting Wrapsody

Knitwear Design
Workshop (New in
Paperback)

A Comprehensive Guide
to Handknits
Shirley Paden
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 344 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-796-7, $26.95

Lace Style

Traditional to Innovative,
21 Inspired Designs to Knit
Pam Allen and Ann Budd
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-028-9, $24.95

Nicky Epstein’s Knitted
Embellishments

Natural Knits for
Babies and Moms

Beautiful Designs
Using Organic Yarns
Louisa Harding
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-010-4, $21.95

No Sheep for You

Techniques & Patterns
for Vibrant Knitwear
Mary Scott Huff

350 Appliqués, Borders,
Cords, and More!
Nicky Epstein

Knit Happy with Cotton,
Silk, Linen, Hemp,
Bamboo & Other Delights
Amy R. Singer

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-111-8, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 272 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-39-3, $29.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-012-8, $22.95

New England Knits

Timeless Knitwear with
a Modern Twist
Cecily Glowik
MacDonald and
Melissa LaBarre
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-180-4, $24.95

Northern Knits

Designs Inspired by the
Knitting Traditions of
Scandinavia, Iceland,
and the Shetland Isles
Lucinda Guy
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-171-2, $24.95

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One Skein

Poems of Color

Pop Knitting

30 Quick Projects to
Knit and Crochet
Leigh Radford

Knitting in the Bohus
Tradition
Wendy Keele

Paperback with flaps
8 x 8¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-74-3, $19.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-12-6, $26.95

Scarf Style

Simple Style

19 Innovative to Traditional
Designs with Simple Knitting
Techniques
Ann Budd

Knitting Techniques &
Patterns for One-of-a-Kind
Socks
Cookie A.

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-54-5, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-090-6, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-109-5, $22.95

Textured Stitches

Traditional Knitted
Lace Shawls

The Twisted Sisters
Knit Sweaters

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-48-5, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-69-9, $24.95

Innovative to Traditional,
31 Inspirational Styles to
Knit and Crochet
Pam Allen

Knitted Sweaters & Accessories with Smart Details
Connie Chang Chinchio
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-316-7, $24.95

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Revised Edition
Martha Waterman

Bold Motifs Using
Color & Stitch
Britt-Marie
Christoffersson

Power Cables

The Ultimate Guide to
Knitting Inventive Cables
Lily M. Chin

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 216 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-782-0, $26.95

Paperback with flaps
8½ x 9, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-167-5, $24.95

Sock Innovation

Sock Knitting Master Class

A Knit-to-Fit Workshop
Lynne Vogel

Innovative Techniques +
Patterns from Top Designers
Ann Budd
Paperback + DVD
8½ x 9, 184 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-312-9, $26.95

Vintage Modern Knits

Contemporary Designs Using
Classic Techniques
Courtney Kelley and
Kate Gagnon Osborn
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-240-5, $24.95

f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Knitting/Crochet

Weekend Hats

25 Knitted Caps, Berets,
Cloches, and More
Cecily Glowik MacDonald
and Melissa LaBarre
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-438-6, $22.95

150 Knit & Crochet Motifs

Anything-but-Square Shapes
for Garments, Accessories,
Afghans, and Throws
Heather Lodinsky
Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-434-8, $24.95

The Best of
Interweave Crochet
A Collection of
Our Favorite Designs
Marcy Smith

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-302-0, $24.95

Wrap Style

Innovative to Traditional, 24
Inspirational Shawls, Ponchos,
and Capelets to Knit and
Crochet
Pam Allen and Ann Budd

Wrapped in Lace

Knitted Heirloom Designs
from Around the World
Margaret Stove
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-227-6, $26.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-91-0, $21.95

200 Crochet Blocks
for Blankets, Throws,
and Afghans
Crochet Squares to
Mix and Match
Jan Eaton

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-68-2, $24.95

Blueprint Crochet

Baby Blueprint Crochet

The Beaded Edge

Paperback with flaps
8½ x 9, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-201-6, $21.95

Paperback, 8¼ x 10¼, 88 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-300-6, $17.95

Irresistible Projects
for Little Ones
Robyn Chachula

Inspired Designs for
Crocheted Edgings and Trims
Midori Nishida and CRK
Design

Modern Designs for the
Visual Crocheter
Robyn Chachula

Techniques and Designs for
Playing with Color
Kathy Merrick

Crochet in Color

Crochet Me

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-072-2, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-112-5, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-044-9, $21.95

Designs to Fuel the
Crochet Revolution
Kim Werker

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f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Crochet

Crochet So Fine

Exquisite Designs
with Fine Yarns
Kristin Omdahl

Crochet with Wire

Nancie M. Wiseman
Paperback, 6 x 7¼, 88 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-77-4, $14.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-198-9, $22.95

Double Stitch

Designs for the
Crochet Fashionista
Erika and Monika
Simmons
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-063-0, $21.95

The Harmony Guides:
Crochet Stitch Motifs

The Harmony Guides:
101 Stitches to Crochet
Box with flash cards, 5¼ x 6½
101 cards with 8-page booklet
ISBN 978-1-59668-101-9, $19.95

Hip to Crochet

250 Stitches to Crochet
Edited by Erika Knight

23 Contemporary Projects
for Today’s Crocheter
Judith L. Swartz

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 272 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-083-8, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-52-1, $19.95

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The Crocheter’s
Companion
Nancy Brown

The Crocheter’s
Handy Guide to Yarn
Requirements (20 pack)

Paperback with wire-o
7 x 5, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-13-2, $19.95

ann budd

The Harmony Guides:
Basic Crochet Stitches

The Harmony Guides:
Crochet Edgings & Trims

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 272 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-081-4, $22.95

Flexibound, 8½ x 8½, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-172-9, $19.95

Interweave Presents
Crocheted Gifts

Seamless Crochet

250 Stitches to Crochet
Edited by Erika Knight

Irresistible Projects
to Make and Give
Edited by Kim Werker
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-107-1, $21.95

Box with 20 pamplets
4½ x 10¼ x 1¾
ISBN 978-1-59668-030-2, $119.00

150 Stitches
Edited by Kate Haxell

Techniques and Designs for
Join-As-You-Go Motifs
Kristin Omdahl
Paperback + DVD
8½ x 10¼, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-297-9, $24.95

f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Crochet/Felting/Dyeing

Simply Crochet

Unexpected Afghans

22 Stylish Designs
for Every Day
Robyn Chachula

Innovative Crochet Designs
with Traditional Techniques
Robyn Chachula

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-298-6, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-299-3, $22.95

Felt Forward

Modern Designs in
Knitted Felt
Maggie Pace
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-039-5, $21.95

Color Works

The Crafter’s Guide to Color
Deb Menz
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-47-7, $24.95

Wrapped in Crochet

Scarves, Wraps & Shawls
Kristin Omdahl
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-076-0, $22.95

Simply Needlefelt

20 Easy and Elegant Designs
Jayne Emerson
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-108-8, $24.95

The Complete Guide to
Natural Dyeing: Fabric,
Yarn, and Fiber

Eva Lambert and Tracy
Kendall
Paperback, 8½ x 10, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-181-1, $24.95

A Dyer’s Garden

Eco Colour

From Plant to Pot: Growing
Dyes for Natural Fibers
Rita Buchanan

Botanical Dyes for
Beautiful Textiles
India Flint

Paperback, 6 x 7¼, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-07-2, $14.95

Hardcover with belly band
8⅞ x 10⅝, 240 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-330-3, $40.00

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f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Spinning/Weaving

The Alden Amos
Big Book of Handspinning

Information, Advice, and
Opinion on the Noble Art
& Craft
Alden Amos

Hardcover, 7 x 9, 480 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-88-1, $39.95

The Intentional Spinner
with DVD

A Holistic Approach to
Making Yarn
Judith MacKenzie McCuin
Paperback + DVD
8½ x 9, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-360-0, $29.95

Start Spinning

Everything You Need to
Know to Make Great Yarn
Maggie Casey
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-065-4, $21.95

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All New Homespun
Handknit

25 Small Projects to Knit
with Handspun Yarn
Amy Clarke Moore
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-144-6, $22.95

Respect the Spindle

Get Spun

The Step-by-Step Guide
to Spinning Art Yarns
Symeon North
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-064-7, $22.95

Spin Art

Spin Infinite Yarns with
One Amazing Tool
Abby Franquemont

Mastering the Craft of
Spinning Textured Yarn
Jacey Boggs

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-155-2, $22.95

Paperback with flaps + DVD
8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-362-4, $26.95

The Twisted Sisters
Sock Workbook

Dyeing, Painting, Spinning,
Designing, Knitting
Lynne Vogel
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-16-3, $18.95

Card Weaving

Candace Crockett
Paperback, 8 x 11, 144 pages
ISBN 978-0-93402-661-1, $24.95

In Sheep’s Clothing

A Handspinner’s Guide
to Wool
Nola Fournier and
Jane Fournier
Paperback, 7¼ x 10¼, 224 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-38-5, $24.95

The Spinner’s Companion
Bobbie Irwin

Paperback with wire-o
7 x 5, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-79-9, $19.95

Color and Texture in
Weaving

150 Contemporary Designs
Margo Selby
Paperback, 8½ x 10, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-372-3, $26.95

f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Weaving

Hands On Rigid
Heddle Weaving
Betty Linn Davenport
Paperback, 8½ x 10½, 120 pages
ISBN 978-0-934026-25-3, $24.95

Time to Weave

Simply Elegant Projects
to Make in Almost No Time
Jane Patrick
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-59-0, $21.95

The Weaver’s Inkle
Pattern Directory

400 Warp-Faced Weaves
Anne Dixon
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7½ x 9½, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-647-2, $29.95

The Handweaver’s
Pattern Directory

Over 600 Weaves for
4-Shaft Looms
Anne Dixon

Learning to Weave

Revised Edition
Deborah Chandler
Paperback, 8½ x 11, 232 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-139-2, $24.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 256 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-040-1, $34.95

A Weaver’s Book
of 8-Shaft Patterns

From the Friends
of Handwoven
Edited by Carol Strickler
Paperback, 8¾ x 11¼, 240 pages
ISBN 978-0-934026-67-3, $39.95

The Weaver’s Studio:
Doubleweave

Jennifer Moore

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-179-8, $26.95

Mastering Weave
Structures

Transforming Ideas
into Great Cloth
Sharon Alderman
Paperback, 9 x 10, 260 pages
ISBN 978-1-959668-137-8, $29.95

The Weaver’s Companion
Presented by
Handwoven magazine

Paperback with wire-o
7 x 5, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-81-2, $19.95

The Weaver’s Idea Book

Creative Cloth on a
Rigid-Heddle Loom
Jane Patrick

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
8½ x 9, 256 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-175-0, $29.95

Weaving Made Easy

Woven Treasures

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-075-3, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-102-6, $24.95

17 Projects Using
a Simple Loom
Liz Gipson

One-of-a-Kind Bags with Folk
Weaving Techniques
Sara Lamb

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f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Quilting

Art + Quilt

Design Principles and
Creativity Exercises
Lyric Kinard
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-106-4, $26.95

Free Expression

The Best of Quilting Arts
Your Ultimate Resource for
Art Quilt Techniques and
Inspiration
Pokey Bolton

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-399-0, $24.95

Creative Quilting

Exploring Dimensional
Quilt Art

The Journal Quilt Project
Karey Patterson
Bresenhan

Stitch, Fold, Embellish
C. June Barnes

Paperback, 8½ x 11, 272 pages
ISBN 978-0-97669-283-6, $34.99

Paperback, 8½ x 10⅘, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-588-8, $26.95

The Art and Confessions of a
Contemporary Quilter
Robbi Joy Eklow

Fresh Quilting

Fearless Color, Design,
and Inspiration
Malka Dubrawsky

Inspired to Quilt

Creative Experiments
in Art Quilt Imagery
Melanie Testa

Techniques and Inspiration for
Creating One-of-a-Kind Quilts
Patricia Bolton

Paperback, 8¼ x 10½, 116 pages
ISBN 978-097669-280-5, $26.95

Paperback with flaps
8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-235-1, $26.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-096-8, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-099-9, $24.95

Quilting Line and Color

Techniques and Designs for
Abstract Quilts
Yoshiko Jinzenji
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 192 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-333-4, $28.95

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Quilting Modern

Techniques and Projects for
Improvisational Quilts
Jacquie Gering and Katie
Pedersen
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-387-7, $26.95

The Quilting Arts Book

f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Mixed Media and Surface Design

200 Braids to Twist,
Knot, Loop, or Weave

Jacqui Carey

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
5¾ x 7¾, 256 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-018-0, $27.95

Cloth Dolls for
Textile Artists
Ray Slater
Hardcover, 8½ x 10⅞, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-087-6, $28.95

The Encaustic Studio

A Wax Workshop in MixedMedia Art
DAniella Woolf
Paperback + DVD
8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-390-7, $26.95

Art at the Speed of Life

Motivation + Inspiration for
Making Mixed-Media Art
Every Day
Pam Carriker
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-261-0, $22.95

The Cloth Paper Scissors
Book

Techniques and Inspiration for
Creating Mixed-Media Art
Barbara Delaney
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-397-6, $24.95

The Found Object
in Textile Art
Cas Holmes

Paperback, 8½ x 10⅞, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-332-7, $26.95

Art Cloth

Bags with Paper and Stitch

A Guide to Surface
Design for Fabric
Jane Dunnewold

Innovative Surface Techniques
for Embellishing Bags
Isobel Hall

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-195-8, $26.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-051-7, $24.95

Color on Color

Drawn to Stitch

Elegant Designs to Stitch
Janet Haigh
Paperback with flaps
8⅜ x 10, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-85-9, $21.95

Freestyle Machine
Embroidery

Techniques and Inspiration for
Fiber Art
Carol Shinn
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-042-5, $29.95

Line, Drawing, and MarkMaking in Textile Art
Gwen Hedley
Paperback, 8½ x 10⅞, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-233-7, $29.95

Inside the Creative Studio

Inspiration and Ideas for Your
Art and Craft Space
Cate Coulacos Prato
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-398-3, $24.95

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f ib e r b a c k l is t boo k s : Mixed Media and Surface Design/Sewing

Lutradur and the New
Fibers

Mixed Mania

Mixed Media Explorations

Creating Mixed-Media Art
with Spunbonded Materials
Wendy Cotterill

Recipes for Delicious
Mixed-Media Creations
Debbi Crane and
Cheryl Prater

Blending Paper, Fabric and
Embellishment to Create
Inspired Designs
Beryl Taylor

Paperback, 8½ x 10⅞, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-334-1, $26.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-084-5, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 11½, 112 pages
ISBN 978-0-9766928-2-9, $27.99

The Printed Pattern

Printmaking +
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Techniques for Mixed-Media
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Val Holmes

Paperback, 8½ x 10⅘, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-589-5, $26.95

Techniques and Projects for
Inspired Printmaking and
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Rebecca Drury and
Yvonne Drury
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ISBN 978-1-59668-386-0, $24.95

The Surface Designer’s
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Holly Brackmann
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The Artful Bird

Feathered Friends to
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Abigail Patner
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Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
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Dorit Elisha
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-095-1, $22.95

Carry Me

20 Boutique Bags to Sew
Yuka Koshizen
Paperback, 7½ x 9½, 112 pages
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Cate Coulacos Prato
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Kelli Perkins
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Susan Wasinger
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Growing Up Sew Liberated
Making Handmade Clothes
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Meg McElwee

Paperback + pattern insert
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25 Simple Designs to Sew
Sato Watanabe
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I Love Patchwork

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Alisa Burke
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Interweave Knits Holiday Gifts
With a focus on handknits for the holidays, this immensely popular special issue always sells out in
record time! From the editors of Interweave Knits
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Knit.wear
This popular special issue from the editors of
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Knitting Traditions

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NEW Interweave Knits
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Interweave Knits 2009
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1 disk, 4 issues
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Interweave Knits 2001
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Interweave Knits 2000
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1 disk, 4 issues
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1 disk, 6 issues
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Knitscene 2011
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Knitscene 2010
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Knitscene 2007–2009
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1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 12KN18
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and tips and techniques for the
spirited knitter. Learn basic castons, how to read lace charts,
buttonhole basics, first-ever
sweater patterns, and much more.

Knitscene 2005–2007
Collection CD

Featuring the premiere issues
of Knitscene magazine, this
collection CD has four electronic
issues with over 100 patterns, tips
and techniques, and more. From
rocker girl, mod, and feminine
and flirty patterns to natural knits
and retro styles, Knitscene is
published with the spirited knitter
in mind.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 10KN29
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Interweave Crochet
2006–2007 Collection CD
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Crochet from 2006 to 2007,
exactly as they were originally
published, including tips and
techniques, designer profiles,
and over 100 patterns. This
CD features topnotch crochet
designers Doris Chan, Carol
Ventura, Teva Durham, Annette
Petavy, and more.

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 10CR04
ISBN 978-1-59668-294-8, $19.99

The entire 2010 collection of
Interweave Crochet is available
on one interactive CD, featuring
projects for children, Tunisian
crochet techniques, a focus on
shell designs, lightweight and
flirty patterns, and much more.

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11CR12
ISBN 978-1-59668-557-4, $19.99

This collection includes quick
gift ideas, crocheted lace
designs, stylish cover-ups, oneskein projects, and a look at
designers’ crochet inspirations
and techniques. Featuring all four
issues published in 2009, this
CD has an abundance of crochet
patterns for all skill levels.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11CR09
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originally printed in 2011, plus the
special issue Interweave Crochet
Accessories 2011. The 2011 season
features Clones lace, Tunisian
crochet, new ways to crochet
socks, crochet for children, and
over 100 patterns.

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2008 Collection CD

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The 2008 season showcases
over 100 patterns for pullovers,
cardigans, home décor,
accessories, and more. Learn
all the necessary elements for
assembling garments, from
seaming, shaping to joining
motifs. Plus, take a look at
filet crochet, post stitches, and
much more!

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patterns, informative articles,
designer profiles, and all
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over 100 patterns for pullovers,
cardigans, home décor,
accessories, and more. Master
crochet techniques such as
Tunisian crochet, lace work,
and waffle stitch; take a closer
look at various closures and
weaving in ends; and much,
much more.

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versions of these magazines
include easy-to-navigate table
of contents, easy-to-print
patterns, informative articles,
designer profiles, and all
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Interweave Knits is known for.

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over 100 patterns for pullovers,
cardigans, home décor,
accessories, and more. Learn
crochet techniques such as slip
stitch, cables, and shells, as
well as double-ended crochet
and so much more.

2010 Collection CD

The full-color electronic
versions of these magazines
include easy-to-navigate table
of contents, easy-to-print
patterns, informative articles,
designer profiles, and all
the tips and techniques that
Interweave Crochet is known
for.

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Interweave Crochet exactly as
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Spring, Summer, Fall, and
Winter editions.

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Interweave Crochet exactly as
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Spring, Summer, Fall, and
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Mix It Up
• Tips on
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• Crochet Away
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Interweave Crochet 2008
Collection CD

Featuring simple crochet patterns
for all skill levels, feminine designs,
tips for the perfect seam, and
much more, the 2008 Interweave
Crochet collection CD has over
100 designs for crochet sweaters,
accessories, and home décor.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11CR08
ISBN 978-1-59668-551-2, $19.99

Interweave Crochet 2004–
2006 Collection CD
Featuring the premiere crochet
supplement and first-ever special
issue of Interweave Crochet, this
CD includes tips and techniques
for hairpin lace, reading charts
and symbols, tapestry crochet,
and fresh crochet patterns for all
skill levels.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 10CR03
ISBN 978-1-59668-293-1, $19.99

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Cloth Paper Scissors 2010
Collection CD

new Cloth Paper Scissors
2011 Collection CD

Cloth Paper Scissors 2010
features a vast amount of helpful
tips and informative articles.
Learn clever uses for everyday
materials, create graffiti paper
quilts, add dimension with wood,
design art journaling pages in
stages, and more.

Cloth Paper Scissors 2011 is
packed with features such as
reverse collage painting, beer cap
beads, wax on plexi, personalized
papermaking, cyanotype journals,
mixed-media mosaics, and so
much more.
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12QM14
ISBN 978-1-59668-880-3, $19.99

Art by (top to bottom): 2004 Winter, Karen
Michel; 2005 Summer, Linda Blinn; 2004
Winter, Beryl Taylor

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2004-2005 COLLECTION

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2004-2005

2004-2005 COLLECTION
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PAPER SCISSORS exactly as they
were printed in 2004 and 2005.
The full-color, electronic versions
of the magazines allow you to
explore the burgeoning world
of mixed-media art with easyto-navigate tabs and printable
articles. CLOTH PAPER SCISSORS
is geared toward crafters of all
levels and features numerous
mixed-media projects and the
inspiring stories behind the
artists who created them. Each
issue covers a wide variety of
techniques, ranging from collage
to paper and fiber arts, visual
journaling, rubber stamping,
assemblage, and artful décor.

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11QM22
ISBN 978-1-59668-587-1, $19.99

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Cloth Paper Scissors
2004–2005 Collection CD

1 disk, 10 issues
Product code: 10QM20
ISBN 978-1-59668-389-1, $29.99

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11QM09
ISBN 978-1-59668-401-0, $29.99

Cloth Paper Scissors 2006–2007
offers inspiring articles full of
colorful photographs. Create
paper with polymer clay, learn to
fuse fabric and fibers for fantastic
effects, make patchwork collages,
and more.

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is packed with mixed-media
creativity. Go places with altered
luggage, play with translucent
transfers, adventure with color
for altered books, throw an
audacious art party, and more.

Cloth Paper Scissors
2009 Collection CD

Cloth Paper Scissors 2009 is
packed with creative mixedmedia projects and colorful
graphics. Learn how to make chic
handbags from recyclables, a
whimsical pillow, 3-D paintings,
eclectic wall hangings, and so
much more.
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11QM21
ISBN 978-1-59668-586-4, $19.99

Cloth Paper Scissors
2008 Collection CD

Cloth Paper Scissors 2008 is
full of articles exploring fun new
techniques. Learn to design
paper with rubbing plates, create
recycled fabric treasures, branch
out with digital prints, and more.
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 10QM07
ISBN 978-1-59668-331-0, $19.99

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Quilting Arts 2011 features tips
for quilting on the go, how to
embellish with found metal
objects, make portrait-style
quilts, design your own fabrics
with fun techniques, transform
studio scraps into an abstract
composition, learn simple shibori
techniques, and more.

Quilting Arts 2010 is loaded
with original and useful content
exploring thread sketching made
easy, freeform fabric collage, silk
screening fabrics with everyday
objects, colorful stash-busting
projects, and more.

Quilting Arts
Quilting
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2002–2003

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Quilting Arts 2004–2005
Collection CD

Quilting Arts 2006–2007
features articles exploring new
tips and techniques. Find lace
effects with stitch and felt, learn
about needlefelting by machine,
experiment with new materials,
and more.

Quilting Arts 2004–2005 is full
of colorful photographs and
fun articles. Create funky fiber
dolls, embellish with silk cocoons,
explore painting with pattern
stitches, make new fabrics with
scraps, and more.

1 disk, 10 issues
Product code: 10QM19
ISBN 978-1-59668-388-4, $29.99

1 disk, 8 issues
Product code: 11QM08
ISBN 978-1-59668-400-3, $29.99

M A G A Z I N E®

2001 COLLECTION

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2001. The full-color, electronic
versions of the magazines enable
you to explore the original
and informative content that
QUILTING ARTS is known for
with easy-to-navigate tabs and
printable articles. Each issue
includes technique articles on
topics ranging from surface
design to free-motion quilting,
embellishment, and more. The
clear step-by-step instructions,
profiles on innovative quilt
artists, exhibition galleries,
and high quality photographs
of cutting-edge fiber art are
sure to inspire.

2001 C O L L E C T I O N

Quilting Arts

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Quilting Arts 2006–2007
Collection CD

COLLECTION

M A G A Z I N E®

Artwork by (clockwise from top left):
2001 Premier, Laura Watson; 2001 Premier,
Nancy Eha; 2001 Spring/Summer, Gretchen Nutt
Quilt (no name); 2001 Winter, Flag Quilt (no
name); 2001 Fall, Kellie Sammon.

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Artwork by (clockwise from top left):
2002 Summer, Jane Kenyon; 2003 Winter,
Claire Fenton; 2002 Spring, Julie Craig; 2003 Fall,
Robbi Joy Eklow; 2003 Fall, Laura Cater-Woods.

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magazines, patterns, and more.
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It is not authorized for any other use.
©2011 Interweave Press LLC.
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Quilting Arts

QUILTING ARTS MAGAZINE
exactly as they were printed
in 2002–2003. The full-color,
electronic versions of the
magazines enable you to explore
the original and informative
content that QUILTING ARTS is
known for with easy-to-navigate
tabs and printable articles. Each
issue includes technique articles
on topics ranging from surface
design to free-motion quilting,
embellishment, and more. The
clear step-by-step instructions,
profiles on innovative quilt
artists, exhibition galleries,
and high quality photographs
of cutting-edge fiber art are
sure to inspire.

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1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 10QM06
ISBN 978-1-59668-347-1, $19.99

2001

2004–2005 C O L L E C T I O N

Quilting Arts 2008 is full of
inspiration at your fingertips.
Learn digital design principles,
how to work with fabric and paper
transfers, stitching tips for great
edges, and more.

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11QM19
ISBN 978-1-59668-584-0, $19.99

2002–2003

2004–2005 COLLECTION

Artwork by (clockwise from top left):
2004 Summer, Linda Rudin Frizzell; 2005 Spring,
Stef Francis; 2004 Summer, Beryl Taylor; 2004 Fall,
Barbara Dierolf; 2004 Fall, Deana Hartman.

M A G A Z I N E®

For Interweave books, DVDs,
magazines, patterns, and more.
This CD Rom is for use in your private home.
It is not authorized for any other use.
©2011 Interweave Press LLC.
All rights reserved.

Quilting Arts

Enjoy all eight issues of
QUILTING ARTS MAGAZINE
exactly as they were printed
in 2004 and 2005. The fullcolor, electronic versions of the
magazines enable you to explore
the original and informative
content that QUILTING ARTS is
known for with easy-to-navigate
tabs and printable articles. Each
issue includes technique articles
on topics ranging from surface
design to free-motion quilting,
embellishment, and more. The
clear step-by-step instructions,
profiles on innovative quilt
artists, exhibition galleries,
and high quality photographs
of cutting-edge fiber art are
sure to inspire.

2004–2005

COLLECTION

M A G A Z I N E®

Quilting Arts 2008
Collection CD

Quilting Arts 2009 encompasses a
variety of quilting techniques and
skills. Discover thread painting
made easy, design fabrics that
burst with color, transform your
sketches into cloth, get easy
stitched-gift ideas, and so much
more.

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11QM20
ISBN 978-1-59668-585-7, $19.99

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12QM15
ISBN 978-1-59668-881-0, $19.99

Quilting Arts 2004–2005

Quilting Arts 2009
Collection CD

2001

Quilting Arts 2010
Collection CD

2002–2003

new Quilting Arts 2011
Collection CD

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Quilting Arts 2002–2003
Collection CD

Quilting Arts 2002–2003 offers an
array of fantastic articles. Enjoy
embellishing with radiant ribbons,
using a heat gun with fabric and
stitch, fabric painting, thread
sketching, and more.
1 disk, 8 issues
Product code: 11QM18
ISBN 978-1-59668-583-3, $29.99

Quilting Arts 2001
Collection CD

Quilting Arts 2001 is the first
year of Quilting Arts Magazine.
Don’t miss out on embellishing
with cigarette silks, featherstitch embroidery, burned stitch
appliqué, coloring fibers, and
much more.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11QM17
ISBN 978-1-59668-582-6, $19.99

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Quilting Arts Gifts 2007–
2010 Collection CD

Quilting Arts Gifts 2007–2010 is
the ultimate collection of gift and
holiday décor ideas. Create jolly
elf stockings, a beautiful carryall
made from scraps, easy fabric
ornaments, serendipity bracelets,
artsy aprons, and much more.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11QM29
ISBN 978-1-59668-859-9, $29.99

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Stitch 2008–2010
Collection CD

Stitch 2008–2010 is loaded with
clever projects and modern
designs for any wardrobe or home.
Make a one-of-a-kind mosaic silk
scarf, flattering storage pieces for
your studio, a ribbon wrap dress,
modern eyelet pillows, a hobby
apron, and much more.
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11SW09
ISBN 978-1-59668-603-8, $29.99

Studios 2010 Collection
CD

Studios 2010 is jam-packed
with unique storage tips and
organizational techniques for the
studio. Learn how to make the
most of a small space by using
multifunctional furniture, get
time-saving tips for the busy
artist, choose the best flooring,
and more.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11QM36
ISBN 978-1-59668-869-8, $19.99

Studios 2008–2009
Collection CD

Studios 2008–2009 features
beautiful and functional spaces
of the everyday artist. Get
inspirational solutions for
maximizing space, find ways to
organize when on the go, choose
the best lighting fixtures for any
space, and much more.
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11QM35
ISBN 978-1-59668-868-1, $29.99

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new Handwoven 2011
Collection CD

Handwoven 2010
Collection CD

Handwoven 2011 features articles
on creating lace and lace effects,
cultural weaving traditions,
understanding block structures,
and more. Find tons of projects
for towels, pillows, table linens,
and more. Plus get the first annual
all-garment issue.

Handwoven 2010 is packed with
techniques for creating texture,
doubleweave, working with
novelty, silk, alpaca, bamboo,
and other yarns. Projects include
a felted scarf, table runners,
samplers for study groups, waffleweave bath set, and more.

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 12WV05
ISBN 978-1-59668-657-1, $19.99

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV09
ISBN 978-1-59668-610-6, $19.99

Handwoven 2006–2007
Collection CD

Handwoven 2005
Collection CD

Articles feature nuno-like felting,
3-D doubleweave, overshot,
creating new color palettes, and
projects to learn from and use for
teaching others. Projects include
bags for every occasion, saddle
blankets, woven ruffles, doggie
beds, and show-stopping pieces.
1 disk, 10 issues
Product code: 10WV06
ISBN 978-1-59668-374-7, $29.99

Handwoven 2005 features fibers
such as bamboo, soy silk, stainless
steel, and thick yarns that provide
luscious textures. Also included
are a rich collection of summer
projects, the tools to design and
weave all types of fabric in warp
rep, the secrets to weaving log
cabin and shadow weave, and
projects for collapse weaves and
other unusual textures.
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV03
ISBN 978-1-59668-380-8, $19.99

Handwoven 2009
Collection CD

Handwoven 2008
Collection CD

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV08
ISBN 978-1-59668-609-0, $19.99

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 10WV03
ISBN 978-1-59668-367-9, $19.99

Handwoven 2004
Collection CD

Handwoven 2003
Collection CD

Articles feature fulling and felting,
weaving with beads, working
with natural fibers, organizing
your weaving studio, and more.
Projects focus on techniques such
as creating honeycomb, corduroy,
waffle weave, and more.

This 2004 collection features a
guide to textile travel (including
the ideal weaving vacation
spot), different ways of warping
your loom, embellishing with
silk, metallic, beading, and more.
Projects feature shadow weave,
lace, twill, overshot, and more.
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV05
ISBN 978-1-59668-606-9, $19.99

Handwoven 2008 features
colorful lace patterns, warp-faced
and weft-faced weaves, tips to
show off novelty yarns, easy
indigo dyeing, eco-cotton, and
what you can do with cloth after it
leaves the loom.

Handwoven 2003 features
articles on weaving by and for
children; lace: huck, Bronson, leno,
Swedish, felted; and the definitive
handbook on designing stripes.
Techniques include how to use
fulling and felting for texture and
devoré (burnout) for see-through
patterning and creating holes in
handwovens.
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV06
ISBN 978-1-59668-607-6, $19.99

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Handwoven 2002
Collection CD

Handwoven 2002 CD features
doubleweave; kitchen accessories
such as towels, aprons, and more;
a design handbook; and small
projects perfect for accessorizing
any outfit.
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV07
ISBN 978-1-59668-608-3, $19.99

NEW Knitting Traditions
2010–2011 Collection CD

This CD offers the first three
special issues of Knitting
Traditions. Articles explore the
history and timeless knitting from
around the world, from places
such as Estonia, Peru, Norway,
the United States, Lithuania, and
many more. Projects range from
gloves and hats to scarves and
shawls to sweaters.
1 disk, 3 issues
Product code: 12KN28
ISBN 978-1-59668-849-0, $29.99

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NEW Handwoven 2000
Collection CD

Handwoven 2001 CD discusses
techniques for wet-finishing,
creating different types of twill,
and weaving rugs. Projects
include scarves, shawls, and
towels in twill; tops, jackets, vests,
and other garments; there is also
a special holiday focus.

The Handwoven 2000 CD
includes articles on interpreting
old weaving texts, weaving with
color, creating block weaves, and
mixing weave structure and yarns
in the same cloth. Find projects
for placemats, scarves, shawls,
towels, linens, and more!

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV10
ISBN 978-1-59668-611-3, $19.99

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11WV11
ISBN 978-1-59668-612-0, $19.99

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NEW PieceWork 2011
Collection CD

PieceWork 2011 features historical
knitting, colorful textiles in
natural hues from around the
world, various ways to create
lace, adding decorative details
to pieces, literary-inspired
needlework, wool from
endangered breeds, and more.
Find projects for mittens, socks,
bags, macramé trim, and more!
1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 12NW04
ISBN 978-1-59668-743-1, $19.99

PieceWork 2004–
2005 Collection CD

PieceWork 2010
Collection CD

PieceWork 2010 includes
everyday textiles, crocheting a
Russian lace shawl, the world’s
best afghans, and mitten
designs from all over the world.
Instructions are included for
knitting a chain maille hood, the
history of Dresden lace, and an
exclusive Barbara Walker pattern.
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11NW03
ISBN 978-1-59668-345-7, $19.99

PieceWork 2002–
2003 Collection CD

These twelve issues include
loveable winter dolls to
knit, how to embroider a
silk peacock, tat a delicate
snowflake, remake and
reuse your treasures, knit a
cashmere heart scarf, ways
to recycle old lace, and
much more.

These two years feature
how to cross-stitch a
cipher, embroider napkins,
needlepoint a star motif,
embroider an enchanting
clock inset, needlepoint a
unicorn purse, knit party
socks, and see ethereal
Chikankari embroidery.

1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 11NW01
ISBN 978-1-59668-343-3,
$29.99

1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 11NW02
ISBN 978-1-59668-344-0,
$29.99

PieceWork 2008–2009
Collection CD

PieceWork 2006–2007
Collection CD

1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 10NW03
ISBN 978-1-59668-375-4, $29.99

1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 10NW02
ISBN 978-1-59668-376-1, $29.99

These two years of PieceWork
feature knitted wedding gloves,
metal-thread embroidery, knitted
and crocheted lace, knitted
wedding gloves, textiles for
historical reenactment, holiday
gifts to make, and much more.

PieceWork 2001
Collection CD

PieceWork 2001 includes
Romanian point lace, a
medieval manuscript
sampler chart, Russian
punchneedle embroidery,
knitted samplers, Victorian
quilts, and holiday projects.
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11NW04
ISBN 978-1-59668-570-3,
$19.99

PieceWork 2006–2007 contains
costumes, Estonian mittens,
Uzbeck dowry clothes, how to
stitch a miniature garden, vintage
handbags, quilts, saris, shawls,
needlework for celebrations, and
much more.

PieceWork 2000
Collection CD

PieceWork 1999
Collection CD

PieceWork 2000 features
sixteenth-century
needlepoint design, the
knitted “Prairie Shawl”
inspired by the American
West, Hutterite sweetheart
handkerchiefs, embroidery
from the Ottoman Empire,
and more.

PieceWork 1999 features
American silk patchwork
quilts, Mayan-style knots,
mid-nineteenth century
floral motifs, filet crochet,
Arraiolos stitch, Victorian
tea cozies, Estonian
knitting, Doukhobors vest,
and more.

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11NW05
ISBN 978-1-59668-571-0,
$19.99

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11NW06
ISBN 978-1-59668-572-7,
$29.99

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new Spin.Off 2011
Collection CD

Featured techniques include
spinning multicolored yarn, felting,
maintaining spinning wheels,
making bouclés, and more.
Projects include a Wensleydale
scarf, a crocheted spring
scarflette, a needlefelted fairy
doll, a Stansborough fleece snood,
and many others.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 12SP05
ISBN 978-1-59668-673-1, $19.99

Spin.Off 2006–2007
Collection CD

Spin.Off 2010
Collection CD
Spin .Off 2010 CD features
articles on natural fiber, wheel
maintenance, warping with
singles, spinning bouclé yarn,
and more. Techniques include
spinning plump and silky singles,
drafting, core spinning, and
working with natural dyes.

Techniques focus on spinning
sock yarn, understanding twist,
washing wool, seven ways of
drafting, Andean plying, and
more. Projects include slip-stitch
mittens, button-up neck warmer,
natural fiber scarves, and many
others.

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP14
ISBN 978-1-59668-474-4, $19.99

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP13
ISBN 978-1-59668-473-7, $19.99

Spin.Off 2005
Collection CD

Spin.Off 2004
Collection CD
Spin .Off 2004 teaches how to

This two-year collection features
articles on dyeing with Kool-Aid,
spinning camel down, double
drafting, self-striping yarn, and
more. Patterns for 24-hour
mittens, zigzag scarves, silk
hankies, Estonian hand puppets,
and more are included.

Techniques focus on dyeing
with Lanaset, making coiled
baskets with handspun, solar
dyeing, crocheting colorful bead
ropes, and more. Projects include
mountain goat slippers, beadfringed bags, felted lace scarf,
half-mittens, and many others.

1 disk, 8 issues
Product code: 10SP11
ISBN 978-1-59668-365-5, $29.99

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP05
ISBN 978-1-59668-469-0, $19.99

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Spin.Off 2009
Collection CD

Spin.Off 2008
Collection CD

Spin.Off 2008 CD features
articles on buying spinning
wheels, handpainted fibers,
laceweight yarns, spinning vicuña
and guanaco fiber, and more.
Techniques include blending
colors at the wheel and spinning
sturdy cable yarns, cashmere, suri
alpaca, semiworsted, and semiwoolen yarns.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 10SP02
ISBN 978-1-59668-357-0, $19.99

Spin.Off 2003
Collection CD

embroider with silk, dye with food
coloring, spin a silk brick, make a
three-ply cabled yarn for socks,
and make a Lord of the Rings
handspun cloak. Featured fibers
include Lincoln Longwool, pacovicuña, and Main Island sheep,
among others.

Featured techniques include
painting skeins with Sabraset
dyes; short forward draw for soft
yarn; painting handspun cloth;
and processing, spinning, and
weaving milkweed. Instruction
on how to make lace cuff mohair
mittens, rug hook a flock of sheep,
make silk scarves, and more.

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP09
ISBN 978-1-59668-470-6, $19.99

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP10
ISBN 978-1-59668-465-2, $19.99

f ib e r cd s : S p e c i a l t y F i b e r

Spin.Off 2002
Collection CD
Spin .Off 2002 teaches Crock-Pot

Spin.Off 2001
Collection CD

dyeing, cotton ginning, knitting
with feathers, spinning cotton,
and more. Learn about fibers such
as angora, cashmere, qiviut, and
mohair. Find projects for socks,
sheep’s head slippers, woven
scarves, and many more.

Featured techniques include
spinning cashmere, old-world
crochet, handcarding, weaving
with singles, and more. Projects
include cotton pillowcases, a
handwoven silk vest, spindle-spun
tunic, cotton drawstring bag,
fleece-lined mittens, and more.

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP11
ISBN 978-1-59668-471-3, $19.99

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP15
ISBN 978-1-59668-665-6, $19.99

new Spin.Off 2000
Collection CD

Techniques focus on traditional
Nigerian indigo dyeing, washing
wool fleece, spinning Suri alpaca,
spinning on a Hohokam-style
spindle, spinning on spindles
from around the world, and more.
Projects include a cross-stitched
silk moth, a woven blanket, sheep
hand puppets, and others.
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11SP16
ISBN 978-1-59668-666-3, $19.99

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NEW Knitting Daily TV
Series 900 DVD

Knitting Daily TV
Series 800 DVD

Join Eunny Jang, Shay Pendray,
Kristin Omdahl, and yarn expert
Clara Parkes on Series 900 of
Knitting Daily TV. Learn how
to knit and crochet simple to
advanced accessory projects,
getting started techniques, and
quick tips. Then, dive into the
world of yarn with spotlights on
fiber found in the market today.

Featuring thirteen aired episodes
and two bonus knitting tutorials
with host Eunny Jang, this DVD set
incorporates basic knitting skills
with more advanced techniques.
Learn how to scrunch or welt
stitches, knit pleats, Estonian
Roositud techniques, Armenian
knitting, and more. Special guest
hosts Shay Pendray and Kristin
Omdahl also explore trends in
needlework, crochet edgings and
trims, and fine crochet techniques.

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 12KN21
ISBN 978-1-59668-734-9, $39.99
Available June 2012

Knitting Daily TV
Series 700 DVD

Featuring all thirteen episodes
and two never-aired bonus
tutorials with host Eunny Jang,
this series of Knitting Daily TV
expands viewers’ skills with
step-by-step knitting instruction,
knitting tips and techniques,
crochet corners based on afghan
crocheting, and more from wellknown knit and crochet designers.
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 11KN15
ISBN 978-1-59668-566-6, $39.99

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 11KN20
ISBN 978-159668-561-1, $39.99

Knitting Daily TV
Series 600 DVD

Host Eunny Jang and experts
Shay Pendray and Kristin Omdahl
demonstrate more knit and
crochet tips and techniques
that Knitting Daily TV is known
for. Meet a star-studded cast of
guests, learn how to substitute
yarns and stitch patterns in
knitwear, how to clean natural
fibers, and more. This DVD
features two never-before-seen
bonus tutorials on twisted stitches
and brioche knitting with Eunny!
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 11KN14
ISBN 978-1-59668-565-9, $39.99

make time for yarn ever y day

Welcome to Knitting Daily!

Series 300

Episodes 1-13

Episodes 1-13

Series 300

Featured Knitting Daily Season 300 guests include Halcyon
Blake, Laura Bryant, Dawn Butler, Jil Eaton, Kathy Elkins, Abby
Franquemont, Mary Scott Huff, Adina Klein, Barry Klein, Kelly
Lealos, Beth Lutz, Kathy Merrick, Lisa Myers, Shirley Paden,
Kristen Rengren, Iris Schreier, Penny Sitler, Becca Smith,
Andrea Wong, and Kathy Zimmerman. Learn a variety of
cast-ons methods, the basics for managing your yarns in
colorwork, how to knit jogless stripes in the round, tips on
becoming a designer, and more.

Series 400
Episodes 1-13

4-DVD Set. Total run time is approximately 5 hours, 48 minutes. This DVD Set is for your private home
viewing only. It is not authorized for other use. Copyright 2009. All rights reserved.

301 Traditional Cables

308 You’re the Designer

302 Babies and Children

309 Start Spinning

303 Make it Reversible

310 Blankets and Afghans

304 All About Alpaca

311 Stripes!

305 Charity Projects

312 Gifts for Every Season

306 Fun with Color

313 Eco-Friendly and Green

Join knitting expert
Eunny Jang on
Knitting Daily TV,
where yarn and fiber
take center stage.

307 Go Global

09KN16

Knitting Daily TV
Series 500 DVD

Learn three easy buttonholes,
how to knit a hat in the round
on double-pointed needles, all
the need-to-know information
on circular needles (including
the magic loop!), the basics of
entrelac, how to crochet hairpin
lace, and more. Plus, this DVD
features never-aired bonus
tutorials on entrelac, domino, and
double-knitting, with Eunny.
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 10KN27
ISBN 978-1-59668-319-8, $39.99

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Knitting Daily TV
Series 400 DVD

Hosts Eunny Jang and experts
Shay Pendray and Kristin Omdahl
guide viewers on tips and
techniques for all knit and crochet
skill levels. Learn about yarn
twist, how to knit using a knitting
machine, the best way to finish off
your garments, and more. Each
episode also features Crochet
Corner!
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 10KN14
ISBN 978-1-59668-254-2, $39.99

Knitting Daily TV
Series 300 DVD

This DVD includes all thirteen
episodes with hosts Eunny Jang,
Shay Pendray, Kim Werker, and
Liz Gipson. Viewers will learn a
variety of cast-on methods, the
basics for managing your yarns
in colorwork, how to knit jogless
stripes in the round, tips on
becoming a designer, and more.
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 09KN16
ISBN 978-1-59668-206-1, $39.99

Knitting Daily TV
Series 200 DVD

Join Eunny Jang, Shay Pendray,
Kim Werker, and Liz Gipson on the
second season of Knitting Daily
TV. Learn basics to knit socks, fix
common knitting mistakes, design
seamless knitwear, learn to spin,
dive into Tunisian crochet, explore
needlefelting, and more.
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 09KN14
ISBN 978-1-59668-165-1, $39.99

f ib e r D V d s : Knitting

INTERWEAVE PRESENTS

Crafts / Knitting

Knit an Estonian Lace Shawl
from Beginning to End with
Expert Nancy Bush
The distinctive and elegant designs of Nancy Bush’s Knitted Lace of Estonia
(Interweave) are brought to life! Nancy offers valuable and unique techniques for
making traditional and modern Estonian lace scarves and shawls. In this video,
Nancy guides you through tips and techniques for knitting your own heirloom lace
shawl. With the purchase of this DVD, you can access a free Lily of the Valley shawl
pattern download.

Nancy Bush is an internationally sought-after teacher specializing in traditional
knitting techniques, uses of ethnic patterns, Estonian traditional knitting, and
European socks and stockings. She is the author of Folk Socks, Folk Knitting in
Estonia, Knitting on the Road, Knitting Vintage Socks, and Knitted Lace of Estonia,
all published by Interweave. Her designs and articles have appeared in Interweave
Knits, Piecework, Spin.Off, Vogue Knitting, and Threads.
***For more Estonian knitting tips, techniques, and patterns, check out Nancy
Bush’s companion book Knitted Lace of Estonia (Interweave).

of

ESTONIA

techniques, patterns,
& traditions

techniques, patterns,
& traditions

Nancy’s demonstrations include tips and advice for making Estonian shawl
knitting successful. Her knowledge of and passion for Estonian lace knitting makes
this complex art irresistible.

of ESTONIA

WITH THIS DVD, YOU’LL LEARN:
• How to get started with the proper tools, cast-on methods, and information
on the shawl types and shaping
• How to read a lace chart and work your lace pattern, with tips for calculating
your shawl’s center and edgings
• Various Estonian lace knitting techniques including the classic “nupp”
• How to plan an edging and finish your project with ease, including tips on
blocking your shawl to make it look its best

10KN33

bush

Run time: approximately 120 minutes. This DVD is for your
private home viewing only. It is not authorized for any other use.
© 2010 Interweave Press LLC. All rights reserved.

Knitting Daily TV
Series 100 DVD

The premiere season of Knitting
Daily TV is on DVD! Featuring
Eunny Jang, Shay Pendray, Kim
Werker, and Liz Gipson, this
season dives into knitting, crochet,
stitching, felting, spinning, and
other fiber crafts. Learn fiber
expertise, design knit and crochet
accessories using the latest yarns,
and much more.
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 08KN18
ISBN 978-1-59668-117-0, $39.99

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Brioche Knitting
Basics with Mercedes
Tarasovich-Clark

Knitted Lace of Estonia
DVD

The Knitter’s Companion
DVD

The distinctive and elegant
designs of Nancy Bush’s Knitted
Lace of Estonia are brought to
life as Nancy offers valuable and
unique techniques for making
traditional and modern Estonian
lace scarves and shawls.

On this two-disk set, Vicki Square
shares every technique featured
in her best-selling book Knitter’s
Companion Deluxe Edition. This
extended DVD gives knitters
everything they need to find
success with every skein. At
more than five hours of detailed
instructional footage, this is an
indispensable addition to any
knitter’s DVD collection.

Host: Nancy Bush

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10KN33
ISBN 978-1-59668-327-3, $19.99

Host: Vicki Square

Knitting Daily Workshop:
A Knitter’s Guide to Color
with Laura Bryant

This workshop video goes far
beyond the color wheel, engaging
viewers to train their eyes to
see colors like an artist. With
expert Laura Bryant, knitters will
understand color weight, hue, and
value, allowing them to design
exciting knitwear.
1 disk, 131 min
Product code: 11KN10
ISBN 978-1-59668-484-3, $19.95

2 disks, 320 min
Product code: 10KN24
ISBN 978-1-59668-317-4, $19.99

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Classic to Creative
Knit Cables with Kathy
Zimmerman

Create a unique, reversible, and
lofty brioche fabric in one- and
two-color techniques with expert
knitter Mercedes TarasovichClark. Included in this step-bystep workshop is a free pattern for
a two-color brioche hat.

Learn basic to innovative
cable-knitting techniques with
The Queen of Cables, Kathy
Zimmerman. Free patterns for the
Deep Creek Scarf and Princess
Pullover are included with this
DVD.

1 disk, 111 minutes
Product code: 11KN25
ISBN 978-1-59668-792-9, $19.95

1 disk, 66 min
Product code: 09KN19
ISBN 978-1-59668-229-0, $19.95

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Domino Knitting with
Vivian Høxbro

From the expert on domino
mitered knitting comes a
workshop for knitters of all levels.
Learn to knit beautiful, dynamic
accessories and garments that
showcase texture and color to
brighten your knitting wardrobe.
1 disk, 111 min
Product code: 12KN16
ISBN 978-1-59668-905-3, $19.95

NEW Knitting Daily
Workshop:
Entrelac Basics with
Eunny Jang

Join Interweave Knits Editor
Eunny Jang on her tutorial
workshop for entrelac knitting.
Eunny walks you through the
basics of entrelac into designing
larger entrelac pieces.
1 disk, 90 min
Product code: 12KN29
ISBN 978-1-59668-852-0, $19.95
Available June 2012

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NEW Knitting Daily
Workshop: From Yarn to
Fit: Keys to Successful
Knitting with Laura
Bryant and Barry Klein

Experts and popular Knitting Daily
TV stars Laura Bryant and Barry
Klein walk fiber artists through key
steps in designing knitting from
the very beginning, with advice on
yarn choices, correct measuring
skills, and more to make the most
out of each design.
2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11KN23
ISBN 978-1-59668-785-1, $34.95
Available June 2012

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Introduction to Fair Isle:
The Ivy League Vest with
Eunny Jang

Learn to master knitting Fair
Isle with Eunny Jang, host of
Knitting Daily TV and editor of
Interweave Knits magazine. She
walks you through important Fair
Isle basics and the pattern for her
popular Ivy League Vest, free with
purchase of this DVD.

1 disk, 54 min
Product code: 09KN18
ISBN 978-1-59668-228-3, $19.95

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Knitting Daily Workshop:
Getting Started Knitting,
Basics and Beyond with
Eunny Jang

A great reference DVD for all
knitters, on this workshop DVD
Eunny shares her expertise for
beginning to advanced knitting
techniques, quick fixes, and even
tips and tricks for designing
original knitwear.
1 disk, 167 min
Product code: 10KN34
ISBN 978-1-59668-436-2, $19.95

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Knitting Around the
Edges: Bands, Borders,
and Buttonholes with
Nancie Wiseman

Learn important and professional
finishing techniques from expert
Nancie Wiseman on this twoDVD set workshop. From simple
cast-offs to detailed edgings,
buttonholes, and much more, this
workshop is for knitters of all skill
levels.
2 disks, 156 min
Product code: 11KN24
ISBN 978-1-59668-791-2, $34.95

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Inside Intarsia with Anne
Berk

Learn all the ins and outs of
intarsia knitting with expert
Anne Berk, including how to knit
intarsia in the round, fix intarsia
mistakes, and more. Free patterns
for the coffee cozy and colorful
beret are included.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10KN26
ISBN 978-1-59668-318-1, $19.95

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Knitting Creative Details,
Designing Original
Knitwear with Vicki
Square

With over two hours of knitting
how-to discussions and
demonstrations, best-selling
author and designer Vicki Square
walks you through the process of
designing your own knitwear with
attention to details. Plus, practice
these techniques with three free
patterns included with this DVD.
1 disk, 131 min
Product code: 10KN32
ISBN 978-1-59668-325-9, $19.95

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Intarsia In Depth,
Advanced Techniques
with Anne Berk

Take your intarsia skills further
with this complete intarsia
workshop with expert Anne Berk.
Knitters of all skill levels will learn
both basic and step-by-step
advanced techniques to master
intarsia colorwork.
2 disks, 82 min
Product code: 12KN10
ISBN 978-1-59668-787-5, $34.95

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Knitting from the Top
Down with Wendy
Bernard

Top-down knitting is easy with
knitwear designer Wendy
Bernard! Learn to make a
raglan pullover and set-in
sleeve cardigan starting with
the neckline. Wendy’s patterns
for these sweaters are free with
purchase of this DVD.

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10KN31
ISBN 978-1-59668-324-2, $19.95

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Knitting Daily Workshop:
Knitting Seamless
Colorwork Knitting with
Courtney Kelley and Kate
Gagnon Osborn

Explore traditional seamless
knitting techniques from Europe
and transform them into modern,
innovative, and timeless knitwear
pieces with authors and knitting
experts Courtney Kelley and Kate
Gagnon Osborn.
1 disk, 92 min
Product code: 12KN14
ISBN 978-1-59668-901-5, $19.95

Knits of Yore

Host: Susan Strawn

Susan Strawn gives a close look
at some curious, perplexing,
and estimable knitted objects
from the past 200 years. From
fifteenth-century child’s
mittens to a twentieth-century
patented design system, she
offers fascinating insights and
observations on what we knit and
why we knit.
2 disks, 120 min
Product Code: 11KN22
ISBN 978-1-59668-783-7, $34.95

new Knitting Daily
Workshop: One Knit,
Many Versions

A Guide to Knitwear Pattern
and Garment Making with
Mathew Gnagy
Take one knitwear design and
create another! Explore the
possibilities each knitting pattern
offers knitters of all skill levels with
expert knitter and author Mathew
Gnagy in this unique workshop
geared toward creative knitting.
2 disks, 200 min
Product code: 12KN11
ISBN 978-1-59668-789-9, $34.95
Available June 2012

NEW Sock Knitting in
Lithuania

Host: Donna Druchunas

Donna Druchunas gives rich
and elaborate detail about the
history and ethnography of
Lithuanian knitting traditions.
She demonstrates how to knit
Lithuanian socks with their unique
shaping and pattern motifs.
2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 12NW05
ISBN 978-1-59668-744-8, $34.95
Available June 2012

Knitting Daily Workshop:
Reversible Cables with
Lily Chin

Lily Chin’s signature knitting
technique of reversible cables is
broken down into easy-to-follow
step-by-step instructions for
knitters of all levels. Viewers will
have the foundation to not only
knit a variety of cables, but be
able to design reversible knitwear.
2 disks, 195 min
Product code: 11KN21
ISBN 978-1-59668-564-2, $34.95

NEW Sockupied on Disc

new Knitting Daily
Workshop: Sideways
Knits with Mathew Gnagy

This workshop dives into the
many knitting methods of author
Mathew Gnagy and his book
Knitting Off the Axis, showcasing
design techniques that create
one-of-a-kind knitwear using
directional knitting at angles
instead of common top-down or
bottom-up construction.
1 disk, 75 min
Product code: 12KN12
ISBN 978-1-59668-790-5, $19.95
Available June 2012

Sockupied on Disc

Spring 2011

Summer 2010

Featuring both the Mac and
PC versions of the Spring 2011
Sockupied interactive eMag for
sock knitters, this disc includes
the patterns, in-depth tutorials,
videos, and more.

Featuring the premiere issue of
Sockupied, the interactive eMag
for sock knitters, this DVD allows
customers to access both the Mac
and Windows versions, complete
with videos, patterns, interactive
galleries, and more.

1 disk
Product code: 11KN27
ISBN 978-1-59668-900-8, $4.99

1 disk
Product code: 11KN19
ISBN 978-1-59668-489-8, $4.99

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Crochet Me Workshop:
Chain Reaction Afghan
Project Crochet-Along
with Kristin Omdahl and
Marcy Smith

Create the Chain Reaction Afghan
Project, a community afghan
project that features twenty
afghan squares from a variety of
well-known and up-and-coming
designers.
1 disk, 120 mins
Product code: 11CR14
ISBN 978-1-59668-558-1, $19.95

Crochet Me Workshop:
Innovative Crochet:
Motifs with Kristin
Omdahl

Learn to master crochet motifs
with this video workshop
featuring designer, author, and
crochet expert for Knitting Daily
TV Kristin Omdahl. Plus, practice
with Kristin’s free pattern for the
Stella shawl.
1 disk, 64 min
Product code: 09CR04
ISBN 978-1-59668-253-5, $19.95

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Crochet Me Workshop:
Crochet Corner, Basics
And Beyond With Kristin
Omdahl

Kristin Omdahl's crochet corner
segments shown on Knitting
Daily TV are compiled for
easy reference. From basic to
advanced crochet techniques, this
video includes over two hours
of step-by-step instruction and
access to free patterns.
1 disk, 109 min
Product code: 11CR06
ISBN 978-1-59668-301-3, $19.95

Crochet Me Workshop:
Mosaic Crochet with Lily
Chin

Expert designer and teacher
Lily Chin dives into the world of
mosaic crochet, a technique in
which patterning is worked every
other row. Crocheters of all levels
can learn one-color, two-color,
and even three-color mosaic
crochet techniques for afghans
and more.
1 disk, 144 min
Product code: 11CR13
ISBN 978-1-59668-563-5, $19.95

Crochet Me Workshop:
Design Your Own
Crocheted Baby Sweater
with Robyn Chachula

Crochet Me Workshop:
Design Your Own
Crocheted Hat with
Robyn Chachula

Crocheters can explore the
world of fashion with Robyn
Chachula, designing their very
own crocheted baby sweater.
Robyn breaks down the math,
demonstrates proper designing
skills, and sends crocheters of all
levels well on their way to making
masterpieces for children and
beyond.

Known for her mathematical skills
and crochet symbols, crochet
designer Robyn Chachula breaks
down the process of designing
head gear. From elfin, coneshaped, slouchy berets to caps
and cloches with brims, this
workshop video allows crocheters
of all skill levels to design and
crochet their own hat.

1 disk, 120 min
Product code: 11CR11
ISBN 978-1-59668-559-7, $19.95

1 disk, 109 min
Product code: 11CR10
ISBN 978-1-59668-555-0, $19.95

f ib e r D V d s : Quilting

Quilting Arts TV

Quilting Arts TV

Series 900 Episodes 1-13

On the cover: Ana Buzzalino on set
with Pokey. Art by: Ana Buzzalino
(pillow), Elaine Schmidt (tote), and
Margaret Applin

Quilting Arts TV

Series 900

Episodes 1-13

Episode 702: Inspiration, techniques, and “Boro Bobbles” with Victoria Gertenbach • Transforming commercial fabrics and free-motion
quilting with Deidre Adams • Tea bags as imagery for mixed-media art quilts with Judy Coates Perez
Episode 703: A messenger bag with Candy Glendening • A painted, collaged, and stitched tote with Valori Wells • Save My UFO
(UnFinished Object): Pokey and Susan Brubaker Knapp address a viewer’s design dilemma
Episode 704: A kitchen ensemble with Pearl Louise Krush • Unique, colorful scarves with Diane Gloystein • Hanging sleeve how-to
with Leslie Tucker Jenison
Episode 705: Surface design with Kerr Grabowski demonstrating the permanent application of pastels, charcoal, and water-soluble
crayons • Pokey monoprints with oil paint and transfer paper • Screen printing using dye and facial cloths with Leslie Tucker Jenison

Series 800
Episodes 1–13

Episode 707: Free-motion zigzag stitching and zippers with Jamie Fingal • A stenciled and free-motion stitched business card holder
with Susan Brubaker Knapp • Save My UFO with Pokey and Beryl Taylor
Episode 708: Piecing techniques with Jean Wells: gentle curves, narrow inserts, and detail piecing • Mary Hettmansperger uses metal
and found objects to enhance beautiful fabric choices • Pokey and Helen Gregory share 10 time-saving quilt tips
Episode 709: Mod house ornaments with Candy Glendening • Art dolls from found objects with Mary Jane Butler • Save My UFO with
Pokey and Judy Coates Perez
Episode 710: A reverse machine appliqué series with Beryl Taylor • Judy Coates Perez uses oil paint to create and enhance imagery
on fabric for art quilts • Save My UFO with Pokey and Helen Gregory
Episode 711: A mixed-media shadow box combining freeform strip piecing and knitting with Valori Wells • A potholder and trivet set
from improvisational piecing with Malka Dubrawsky • Contemporary fabric beads with Julie Fei-Fan Balzer
Episode 712: Pokey demonstrates a reversible dog jacket • Susan Brubaker Knapp makes a quilted dog bed • Pet portraits with Julie
Fei-Fan Balzer
Episode 713: Dyeing embellishments (from buttons to raffia and fabric trim) with Dianne Giancola • Art quilts that incorporate zippers
with Jamie Fingal • Shelley Brenner Baird discusses her techniques and inspirations

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Series 800 Episodes 1–13

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Episode 701: An elegant portrait finish for small quilts with Jean Wells • Jeannie Palmer Moore shows how she stitches first, then
paints with water-soluble crayons • Leslie Tucker Jenison and Jamie Fingal introduce a quilt exhibit and share tips for shipping quilts

Quilting Arts TV

11QM12

4-DVD Set. Total run time is approximately 5 Hours 48 Minutes.
This DVD Set is for your private home viewing only.
It is not authorized for any other use.
©2011 Interweave Press, LLC. All rights reserved.

All 13 episodes from Series 700!

Episode 706: Pokey and Pippa Eccles discuss fabric choices and show how to create a table runner for all seasons • A simple Y-piecing
technique for machine stitching with Malka Dubrawsky • Save my UFO with Pokey and Leslie Tucker Jenison

Series 900 Episodes 1-13

Episode 901: Quilting with a touch of whimsy Susan Brubaker Knapp makes a name badge holder with a transferred image • Candy
Glendening creates a pillow that features a free-motion motif • Save My UFO: Pokey shares the before and after for an unfinished project
Episode 902: Personalizing quilt projects Margaret Applin explores digital monoprinting using software and personal imagery • Judy
Coates Perez demonstrates adding and removing color to create unique fabrics • Barbara Olson shares her serendipitous quilting technique
Episode 903: Style meets function Candy Glendening creates a tablet cover • Terry White shares a tote bag that features decorative
machine stitching • Charlotte Angotti provides machine quilting tips
Episode 904: Master quilters share knowledge and experience Susan Brubaker Knapp creates an art quilt with a sparkle •
Debra Gabel demonstrates raw-edge appliqué • Laura Heine provides tips for free-motion stitching and threadwork
Episode 905: Quilting for all seasons Judy Coates Perez discusses selecting motifs for quilting projects, with a focus on a tree skirt •
Pokey shares a lesson on sun printing to make colorful, one-of-a-kind fabrics • Pat Sloan makes a fabric bracelet from scraps
Episode 906: Add a signature touch Ana Buzzalino demonstrates hand embroidery stitches • Pokey and Helen Gregory share a colorful
pillow embellished with designer ribbons • Jamie Fingal discusses collaborative cloth
Episode 907: Unique materials and tools of the trade Susan Brubaker Knapp discusses tools and techniques for painting on fabric
• Helen Gregory shares a tote bag that features designer ribbon embellishments • Leslie Tucker Jenison demonstrates making laminated fabrics
Episode 908: High-tech approaches to quilting Margaret Applin creates a table runner and coasters using fabrics with screen-printed
imagery • Sarah Vedeler and Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero use an embroidery machine to custom embellish and enhance a printed kaleidoscope design
created on the computer • Save my UFO: Pokey shares more before and after quilt projects
Episode 909: The art quilt process from start to finish Ana Buzzalino shares methods for finding inspiration, playing with color, and
working in a sketchbook • Pokey explores printing designs on fabric using wood blocks • Pokey and Rhianna White Griffin look at the “Text on
Textiles: Words as Design in Quilts” exhibit at International Quilt Festival
Episode 910: A personal touch with stitch and patchwork Diane Rusin Doran creates a strip-pieced patchwork water-bottle cover
• Elin Waterston demonstrates “free-style free-motion quilting” • Pokey and Rhianna White Griffin look at quilts in the “O Canada” exhibit at
International Quilt Festival
Episode 911: Explore stitching and thread Helen Gregory shares free-motion stitched patchwork place mats • Elin Waterston shows
the ultimate in thread painting with an image created totally from thread • Save My UFO: Pokey shares more before and after quilt projects
Episode 912: Color explosion Diane Rusin Doran shows how to add and machine quilt borders that will enhance the central quilt design •
Judy Coates Perez demonstrates using acrylic inks to create vibrant color on fabric • Save My UFO: Pokey shares more before and after quilt projects
Episode 913: Contemporary approaches to quilting Ana Buzzalino demonstrates machine quilting motifs including feathers and spirals
• Pokey shares a fabric-collaged nameplate for an office or studio door • Heather Jones talks about the Modern Quilt Guild and the signature look
of contemporary quilts

Series 700 Episodes 1–13

your favorite fiber and mixed-media artists as guests.

Quilting Arts TV

All 13 episodes from Series 900!

Quilting Arts TV

“Quilting Arts TV,” hosted by Patricia “Pokey” Bolton and featuring some of

“Quilting Arts TV,” hosted by Pokey Bolton and featuring some of your favorite
fiber and mixed-media artists as guests.

4-DVD Set. Total run time is approximately 5 Hours 48 Minutes.
This DVD Set is for your private home viewing only.
It is not authorized for any other use.
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On the cover: Malka Dubrawsky on set
with Pokey. Art by Jean Wells and
Candy Glendening.
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new Quilting Arts TV
Series 1000 DVD

Catch another inspiring season
with host Pokey Bolton and
today’s top quilt artists. Projects
include a laptop computer case,
a needlefelted holiday tree skirt,
an improvisational pieced wall
hanging, and more!

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 12QM12
ISBN 978-1-59668-877-3, $39.99

Quilting Arts TV
Series 600 DVD

Explore soy-wax and flour-paste
resists, screen- and gelatinprinting techniques, and so much
more! Inspirational projects
include soft-sculpture fabric birds,
a colorful journal cover, quilted
boots, and many more!

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 10QM12
ISBN 978-1-59668-339-6, $39.99

12/14/11 1:40 PM

Quilting Arts TV
Series 900 DVD

Don’t miss another fabulous
season with host Pokey Bolton
and today’s top quilt artists.
Explore free-motion machine
stitching, surface design
techniques, and much more.
Projects include home décor
items, totes, an iPad cover, and
more!

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 11QM12
ISBN 978-1-59668-576-5, $39.99

Quilting Arts TV
Series 500 DVD

Quilting Arts TV
Series 800 DVD

Quilting Arts TV
Series 700 DVD

Learn fabulous techniques
for machine stitching; explore
creative surface design methods;
and play with color, motifs, and
new media. Be inspired with new
projects, including a patchwork
bulletin board, a laptop computer
tote, and more!

Find techniques in fabric
selection and piecing, mixedmedia art quilt ideas, software for
quilt design, and more. Projects
include a messenger bag that
features fused appliqué, a colorful
scarf, a doggie bed, and much
more!

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 11QM11
ISBN 978-1-59668-575-8, $39.99

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 10QM26
ISBN 978-1-59668-396-9, $39.99

Quilting Arts TV
Series 400 DVD

Quilting Arts TV
Series 300 DVD

Learn new tips, techniques, and
trends including the use of photos
for inspiration, fused landscapes,
eco-friendly quilting, and much
more! Projects include a fused
and stitched table skirt, a bag
with interchangeable covers, and
more!

Explore several alternative
finishes for small quilts,
decorative stitching, photocopy
transfer, fabric trends, and so
much more! Inspiring projects
include fabric portraits, canvas
journal quilts, a patchwork tote,
and more!

Take an adventure in art and
design concepts, quilt to raise
environmental awareness,
incorporate stitch into your life,
and more! Have fun with projects
including 3-D fabric ornaments,
embellishing vintage aprons, and
many others.

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 10QM05
ISBN 978-1-59668-329-7, $39.99

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 09QM14
ISBN 978-1-59668-199-6, $39.99

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 09QM06
ISBN 978-1-59668-164-4, $39.99

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Quilting Arts TV
Series 200 DVD

Turn outdated or “ugly” fabric
into an original design by screen
printing with masking tape
resist and explore many more
techniques! Projects include
a journal cover made from a
recycled book, fabric pillow
charms, and more!
4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 08QM06
ISBN 978-1-59668-110-1, $39.99

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Design, Paint & Stitch

Wholecloth Quilts from
Start to Finish
Host: Judy Coates Perez

Judy Coates Perez shows various
steps to create an art quilt.
1 disk, 61 min
Product code: 10QM23
ISBN 978-1-59668-393-8, $19.95

Quilting Arts TV
Series 100 DVD

Get plenty of tips and techniques
such as using textile paints,
needlefelting, and so much more!
Explore fun projects including
a whimsical landscape quilt, a
versatile stencil from fusible
interfacing, and more!

4 disks, 13 episodes
Product code: 08QM05
ISBN 978-1-59668-103-3, $39.99

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Designing Landscape
Quilts

Quilt Art Techniques
Simplified
Host: Judith Trager

Art quilter Judith Trager guides
the viewer from start to finish
through the design and creation
of a landscape quilt.
1 disk, 68 min
Product code: 11QM14
ISBN 978-1-59668-579-6, $19.95

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Quilting Arts Workshop:
Adventures in Surface
Design
Screen Printing & Beyond
Host: Kerr Grabowski

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Creative Machine Quilting
Host: Elin Waterston

Kerr Grabowski demonstrates
basic strategies for quick and
successful surface design.

Join fiber artist Elin Waterston as
she shares the fundamentals of
creative machine quilting, from
free-motion work to quilting with
a walking foot.

1 disk, 61 min
Product code: 10QM22
ISBN 978-1-59668-392-1, $19.95

1 disk, 67 min
Product code: 11QM34
ISBN 978-1-59668-867-4, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Digital Collage for Quilt
Design

Quilting Arts Workshop:
DIY Surface Design

From Start to Finish
Host: Diane Rusin Doran
Learn the basics of digital collage
for use in quilts, from introductory
to advanced design with Diane
Rusin Doran.

1 disk, 66 min
Product code: 11QM30
ISBN 978-1-59668-863-6, $19.95

Printmaking Made Easy with
Everyday Objects
Host: Leslie Tucker
Jenison
Textile artist Leslie Tucker Jenison
demonstrates how to create
unique patterns and marks on
cloth and paper using a variety of
post-consumer objects.
1 disk, 81 min
Product code: 11QM24
ISBN 978-1-59668-591-8, $19.95

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Quilting Arts Workshop:
Dyeing to Stitch

A Comprehensive Guide to
Creating Colorful Fabric Art
Host: Candy Glendening
Join Candy Glendening as she
shares her dyeing techniques,
explorations into color theory, her
approach to quilting, and “freemotion machine-sketched” motifs.
1 disk, 70 min
Product code: 11QM32
ISBN 978-1-59668-865-0, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Making Faces
Beginning and Advanced
Portraits
Host: Maria Elkins

Maria Elkins teaches how to
create dramatic fabric portraits
for art quilts.
1 disk, 76 min
Product code: 09QM09
ISBN 978-1-59668-1880-0, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Dynamic Quilt Design
Paint Meets Stitch
Host: Susan Brubaker
Knapp

Learn how to turn your photos
into realistic wholecloth painted
quilts with Susan Brubaker Knapp.
1 disk, 69 min
Product code: 11QM33
ISBN 978-1-59668-866-7, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Master Machine Quilting

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Expression Session

Creating Vivid Mixed-Media
Host: Alisa Burke
Alisa Burke creates mixed-media
fabric with a variety of supplies
and techniques.
1 disk, 62 min
Product code: 09QM07
ISBN 978-1-59668-186-6, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Master Machine Stitching

Free-motion Stitching
and Thread Sketching
Host: Susan Brubaker
Knapp

Thread Sketching Beyond
the Basics
Host: Susan Brubaker
Knapp

Susan Brubaker Knapp teaches
the basics of free-motion machine
stitching.

Susan Brubaker Knapp teaches
how to add dimension, texture,
and pattern to art quilts.

1 disk, 57 min
Product code: 09QM15
ISBN 978-1-59668-242-9, $19.95

1 disk, 76 min
Product code: 10QM21
ISBN 978-1-59668-391-4, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Machine Stitching &
Painting Quilts
From Start to Finish
Host: Ana Buzzalino

Join art quilter Ana Buzzalino to
explore two distinct approaches
to creating painted and stitched
quilts.
1 disk, 75 min
Product code: 11QM31
ISBN 978-1-59668-864-3, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Metal Embellishments
Incorporating Wire, Mesh,
Metal Sheeting & More into
Fiber Arts
Host: Mary
Hettmansperger

Mary Hettmansperger explores
the concept of incorporating
metals on quilts.
1 disk, 61 min
Product code: 10QM09
ISBN 978-1-59668-336-5, $19.95

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Quilting Arts Workshop:
Mixed-Media Art Quilts

Hosts: Beryl Taylor and
Pokey Bolton

Beryl Taylor and Pokey Bolton
explore new approaches to
mixed-media art quilts.
1 disk, 58 min
Product code: 10QM24
ISBN 978-1-59668-394-5, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Pet Picture Quilts Made
Easy
Fabric Collage Techniques
Host: Faith Cleary

Learn how to create a delightful
and realistic pet portrait using
fabric, batting, and thread. In this
DVD, artist Faith Cleary shares
her method for creating unique
quilted pet portraits.

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Print, Collage, Quilt

Create Unique Art Quilts
Host: Melanie Testa

Melanie Testa shares techniques
to create wholecloth quilt tops.
1 disk, 55 min
Product code: 09QM13
ISBN 978-1-59668-192-7, $19.95

Thinking Outside the Block
Host: Jamie Fingal

Join award-winning art quilter
Jamie Fingal to learn her
approach to making a quilt with
unconventional materials . . . the
rebel way!
1 disk, 71 min
Product code: 11QM23
ISBN 978-1-59668-590-1, $19.95

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Quilting Arts Workshop:
Screen Printing Sampler

4 Fun & Innovative Ways
to Make Artful Cloth
Host: Jane Dunnewold
Jane Dunnewold demonstrates
four temporary methods for
adding designs to a screen.

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM08
ISBN 978-1-59668-335-8, $19.95

From Surface Design to
Fabric Art
Host: Lynn Krawczyk

Learn how to create gorgeous
handprinted fabrics and how
to successfully showcase these
fabrics in your finished artwork,
with surface design artist Lynn
Krawczyk.
1 disk, 73 min
Product code: 11QM15
ISBN 978-1-59668-580-2, $19.95

1 disk, 66 min
Product code: 11QM13
ISBN 978-1-59668-578-9, $19.95

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Rebel Quilting

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Print, Design, Compose

Quilting Arts Workshop:
Stitch Imagery
From Photo to Fabric Fun
Host: Kelli Perkins

Kelli Perkins shows how to create
fabric paintings from photos.
1 disk, 62 min
Product code: 09QM12
ISBN 978-1-59668-191-0, $19.95

f ib e r D V d s : Sewing/Mixed Media

Stitch Workshop: Apparel
Sewing Basics with Liesl
Gibson
Host: Liesl Gibson

Join Liesl Gibson as she shows
you fundamental garment sewing
techniques step-by-step in this
informative and inspiring video
workshop.
1 disk, 92 min
Product Code: 11SW07
ISBN 978-1-59668-600-7, $24.95

NEW Cloth Paper
Scissors Workshop: All
About Faces

How to Draw, Paint, Stencil,
and Collage Faces in MixedMedia Art
Host: Julie Fei-Fan
Balzer
Explore some of the many easy
ways to incorporate a face into
your artwork with Julie Fei-Fan
Balzer.
1 disk, 70 min
Product code: 12QM06
ISBN 978-1-59668-870-4, $19.95

NEW Stitch Workshop:
How to Sew Like a Pro

Create, Construct &
Embellish with Tricia
Host: Tricia Waddell

Join Stitch magazine’s founder
and former Editor-in-Chief Tricia
Waddell as she demonstrates
ideas for personalizing your
work and techniques to create a
professional look.
1 disk, 56 min
Product code: 12SW06
ISBN 978-1-59668-758-5, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Art Journaling
Pages in Stages
Host: Dawn DeVries
Sokol

Dawn DeVries Sokol provides
her step-by-step approach to art
journaling.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM16
ISBN 978-1-59668-383-9, $19.95

Stitch Workshop: Seams,
Closures + Hems with
Liesl Gibson
Host: Liesl Gibson

Join Liesl Gibson as she shows you
how to sew professional-looking
seam finishes, closures, and hems
step-by-step in this inspirational
video workshop.
1 disk, 107 min
Product Code: 11SW08
ISBN 978-1-59668-601-4, $24.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Art Journaling
Fast & Easy
Unique Journal Pages One
Step at a Time
Host: Pam Carriker

Learn fast, innovative ways to use
new media and tools made from
your own work to create one-of-akind journal pages that showcase
your signature style.
1 disk, 73 min
Product code: 11QM25
ISBN 978-1-59668-592-5, $19.95

Stitch Workshop: Sewing
Tips + Tricks with Tricia
Waddell
Hosts: Tricia Waddell
and Katrina Loving

Sew along with Tricia and Katrina
as they demonstrate easy
construction and embellishment
techniques, along with fun
projects that allow for lots of
personalization.
1 disk, 42 min
Product Code: 11SW05
ISBN 978-1-59668-596-3, $19.95

NEW Cloth Paper
Scissors Workshop: Art
Journals On-the-Go
How to Pack, Prep, Paint,
and More
Host: Jacqueline
Newbold

Take a journey with Jacqueline
Newbold and her watercolor
travel journals and learn how to
put together a lasting visual diary
of your travels.
1 disk, 64 min
Product code: 12QM10
ISBN 978-1-59668-874-2, $19.95

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f ib e r D V d s : Mixed Media

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Collage Fast
& Furious

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Encaustic
Collage

Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shares
a compendium of collage
techniques.

Amy Stoner creates lush collages
using rich-smelling beeswax,
papers, and fabric.

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM13
ISBN 978-1-59668-340-2, $19.95

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM17
ISBN 978-1-59668-384-6, $19.95

Host: Julie Fei-Fan
Balzer

Layers with Beeswax
Host: Amy Stoner

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: From Art
Journaling to Art

NEW Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Handmade
Book Essentials

Join mixed-media artist Jane
LaFazio in discovering her
simple, stress-free way to keep
an illustrated journal. You’ll learn
how to draw what you see and
how to paint with watercolor.

Join Dea Fischer and create a
source of creative expression
where the only limit is your
imagination.

Drawing, Watercolor, and
More Techniques for the
Mixed-Media Artist
Host: Jane LaFazio

1 disk, 63 min
Product code: 11QM16
ISBN 978-1-59668-581-9, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Layer by Layer
Hosts: Beryl Taylor and
Pokey Bolton

Beryl Taylor and Pokey Bolton
provide an up-close look at
a variety of mixed-media
techniques.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 09QM17
ISBN 978-1-59668-244-3, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Layered &
Textured Backgrounds

Art Journaling Tips & Tricks
Host: Paula Phillips

Join mixed-media artist
Paula Phillips to learn how to
create wonderfully textured
backgrounds and multi-layered
embellishments with easy-tolearn techniques.
1 disk, 77 min
Product code: 11QM26
ISBN 978-1-59668-593-2, $19.95

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Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Low-Tech
Metal Apps

Wire, Foil, Mesh & Screen
Host: Mary
Hettmansperger
Mary Hettmansperger teaches
simple and affordable low-tech
metal applications.
1 disk, 65 min
Product code: 10QM25
ISBN 978-1-59668-395-2, $19.95

Learn to Make Folded, SideStitched, and Signature-Style
Books
Host: Dea Fischer

1 disk, 90 min
Product code: 12QM08
ISBN 978-1-59668-872-8, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Make It
Graphic

Stencils, Silhouettes & More
Host: Linda Blinn

Linda Blinn shows how to
combine luscious new products
for art projects.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM14
ISBN 978-1-59668-381-5, $19.95

f ib e r D V d s : Mixed Media

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Mix It Up!

Paint, Collage & Found
Objects
Host: Erin Partridge
Learn how to incorporate natural
materials, found objects, and
other uncommon items into art
objects with Erin Partridge.
1 disk, 75 min
Product code: 11QM27
ISBN 978-1-59668-594-9, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Playful Paper
Backgrounds
Host: Diana Trout

Diana Trout shares techniques
for creating delightful handmade
papers.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM18
ISBN 978-1-59668-385-3, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Mixed-Media
Collage
Working in Layers
Host: Jenn Mason

Cloth Paper Scissors Editor Jenn
Mason guides you through the
principles of backgrounds, middle
grounds, and foregrounds as they
relate to mixing monoprints and
collage.

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Mixed-Media
Medley
Explore the Possibilities
Host: Jenn Mason

Jenn Mason teaches mixed-media
art techniques from distressing
surfaces to embellishing.
1 disk, 58 min
Product code: 09QM18
ISBN 978-1-59668-245-0, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Mixed-Media
Textile Art
Host: Susie Monday

Susie Monday demonstrates
how to create artful and original
screen-printed fabrics.
1 disk, 69 min
Product code: 10QM10
ISBN 978-1-59668-337-2, $19.95

1 disk, 64 min
Product code: 11QM28
ISBN 978-1-59668-857-5, $19.95

NEW Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Preparing to
Paint
How to Add Texture, Depth &
Personality to Your Art
Host: Sue Pelletier

Join Sue Pelletier and discover
tried-and-true under-painting
techniques with layering and
mixing.
1 disk, 65 min
Product code: 12QM09
ISBN 978-1-59668-873-5, $19.95

Cloth Paper Scissors
Workshop: Textures for
Collage
Build ‘Em Up!
Host: Sue Pelletier

Sue Pelletier teaches techniques
and processes for adding a
dimensional quality to art.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10QM15
ISBN 978-1-59668-382-2, $19.95

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f ib e r D V d s : Spinning/Weaving

A Fiber Artist's Guide to
Color
Host: Laura Bryant

A new way of sorting color and
seeing relationships becomes
the basis for exploring color
through several simple, yet
clever, techniques. Laura covers
everything, from variegated yarns
that really work—and ones that
don’t—to woven scarves, jackets,
and complete ensembles with
colors to die for, and more.
1 disk, 88 min
Product code: 11WV04
ISBN 978-1-59668-604-5, $19.95

A Spinner’s Toolbox

Big and Lofty Yarns

From manipulating the fiber
supply to spinning a full suite of
yarn styles, A Spinner’s Toolbox
is loaded with a half-dozen
simple techniques. Worsted
to semiworsted, woolen to
semiwoolen and slub to bouclé,
Judith MacKenzie shows how to
draft single fiber preparations and
two fiber sources simultaneously
into a single strong, lofty, funky
novelty yarn.

In this video, Maggie Casey
explains just how to make miles
of the soft big yarns perfect for
knitting, weaving, and crocheting
with. From preparing the fiber on
a drumcarder through plying and
finishing, Maggie goes through
the whole process.

Host: Judith MacKenzie

Host: Maggie Casey

1 disk, 71 min
Product code: 11SP17
ISBN 978-1-59668-667-0, $19.95

2 disks, 140 min
Product code: 10SP10
ISBN 978-1-59668-460-7, $34.95

Color and Yarn Design for
Spinners
Host: Deb menz

Spinners, knitters, and other fiber
artists tend to be insecure about
their ability to manage color
effectively. This workshop gives
them the confidence and knowhow they need to create effective
color palettes for a given project
(in this case, a simple scarf).
2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11SP08
ISBN 978-1-59668-468-3, $34.95

Color Works for Spinners

NEW Combing Fiber

Doubleweave Basics

Doubleweave Pick-up

From basic blending techniques
to combining multiple blended
batts to working with hue, value,
and saturation, Deb provides
simple tools and tricks for
making the most beautiful colors
in the world! Bonus PDFs of a
color wheel and value scale are
included with the video.

Robin Russo explores a wide
range of combs, from simple pet
combs to handheld Viking combs.
She demonstrates how to use
these various combs to clean out
guard hairs and debris. She also
teaches what combs work best
for different types of fiber and
important safety guidelines.

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11SP07
ISBN 978-1-59668-467-6, $34.95

1 disk, 90 min
Product code: 12SP11
ISBN 978-1-59668-679-3, $19.95
Available June 2012

Master weaver Jennifer Moore
takes a fresh and logical look
at this most intriguing of weave
structures while exploring its
myriad possibilities. You’ll learn
to set up your loom efficiently, to
manage your shuttles and layer
changes, to finish your work
beautifully. Best of all, you’ll
learn a new way to visualize how
doubleweave works so you can
apply it in fresh and creative ways.

Doubleweave Pick-up is the
ultimate technique for creating
any image you please on just four
shafts. Master weaver Jennifer
Moore makes the sequence and
rhythm of this versatile technique
clear and compelling! You’ll learn
to follow a simple geometric
graph, to manage your shuttles
efficiently, to change layers with
ease, and to correct random
mistakes, along with a host of tips
and tricks to make your work go
smoothly.

Host: Deb menz

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Host: Robin Russo

Host: Jennifer Moore

2 disks, 139 min
Product code: 10WV04
ISBN 978-1-59668-370-9, $34.95

Host: Jennifer Moore

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10WV07
ISBN 978-1-59668-377-8, $19.95

f ib e r D V d s : Spinning/Weaving

Drafting: The Long and
Short of It

Dyeing in the Kitchen

The Gentle Art of Plying

Cook up custom colors with
protein fibers and synthetic dyes!
Deb Menz knows the process of
dyeing inside out, and she is a
master of making color alchemy
attainable for anyone. She
explores various techniques for
dyeing such as immersion dyeing,
kettle dyeing, dip dyeing, and
more.

Informed and skillful plying can
make all the difference between
“just another yarn” and “just the
yarn you want.” In this engaging
two-disk set, master spinner
Judith MacKenzie presents not
just the basics—how to hold your
hands, where to put your kate—
but an extensive adventure into
the endless possibilities.

Maggie Casey teaches the
simplest way to spin yarn, with the
drop spindle. She teaches how to
start spinning with the park and
draft technique, shows how to
stand and spin, and finishes with
plying two singles on the spindle.
She also demonstrates creating a
skein of yarn.

1 disk, 75 min
Product code: 11SP18
ISBN 978-1-59668-668-7, $19.95

2 disks, 105 min
Product code: 10SP04
ISBN 978-1-59668-359-4, $34.95

1 disk, 55 min
Product code: 11SP12
ISBN 978-1-59668-472-0, $19.95

Handspinning Rare Wools

How I Spin

NEW How to Card Wool

In Praise of Simple Cloth

Deborah explores fiber from
thirty-eight rare and endangered
breeds of sheep from Great
Britain and North America. Her
knowledge of their history and
characteristics is deep, her stories
are intriguing, and her passion
for saving and savoring the basic
materials of our craft is palpable.

Spinning teacher extraordinaire
Rita Buchanan teaches a
common-sense approach to great
productivity and joy. Get tips on
everything, from how to control
yarn size with your hands, not
with wheel adjustments, to how
to spin cotton while reading your
favorite book. Plus, you’ll get a
no-fuss way to dye fiber in your
oven, an easy approach to plying,
and more.

Carding is the first step toward
consistent, easy-to-spin woolen
yarns, and handcards are the
most accessible tool for achieving
them. See four master spinners
share their techniques and tricks,
ranging from deeply traditional
to somewhat eccentric. They all
work.

Rita Buchanan explores the
possibilities of fiber becoming
simple cloth. From matching
yarns for a project to spinning
and weaving rugs for wall or
floor, she walks you through the
process. Rita also shares the
secrets to knitting and weaving
with handspun and creating joy
with humble household fabrics
and more.

1 disk, 56 min
Product code: 12SP07
ISBN 978-1-59668-675-5, $19.95

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11SP02
ISBN 978-1-59668-461-4, $34.95

Host: Abby
Franquemont

Abby Franquemont, who has been
spinning since she was five years
old, provides an hour of intense
focus on choosing fiber, drafting
fiber, spinning yarn. She teaches
spinners to be comfortable with
a wide range of drafting methods
and to have a developed sense of
when and how to use them with
different fiber preparations.
1 disk, 62 min
Product code: 09SP04
ISBN 978-1-59668-248-1, $19.95

Host: Deborah Robson

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11SP04
ISBN 978-1-59668-464-5, $34.95

Host: Deb Menz

Host: Rita Buchanan

2 disks, 155 min
Product code: 10SP06
ISBN 978-1-59668-406-5, $34.95

Host: Judith MacKenzie

Hosts: Carol Rhoades,
Maggie Casey, Norman
Kennedy, Rita Buchanan

Getting Started on a Drop
Spindle
Host: Maggie Casey

Host: Rita Buchanan

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Know Your Wheel

Hosts: Alden Amos and
Cindy Lair

NEW The Loom Owner’s
Companion
host: Tom Knisely

Two master wheel makers
demonstrate how to keep various
spinning wheels in good working
order. Between the two of them,
Alden Amos and Cindy Lair have
more than fifty years’ experience
making spinning wheels. Amos
makes them one by one, by hand;
Lair makes them in production
runs using sophisticated
machines.

In this video, filmed on location
at The Mannings Handweaving
School, Tom explains how
to get the most from your
loom. He discusses the various
features, advantages, and quirks
of numerous types of jack,
countermarch, counterbalance,
and table looms. Plus he gives
helpful tips for trouble-free
weaving.

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11SP03
ISBN 978-1-59668-462-1, $34.95

2 disks, 164 min
Product code: 11WV14
ISBN 978-1-59668-650-2, $34.95

NEW Slots and Holes

SpinKnit Winter 2010

3 Ways to Warp a RigidHeddle Loom
Host: Liz Gipson
Liz Gipson demonstrates three
ways to warp in order to weave
anything from simple plain fabric
to complex stripes or plaids
to fine fabrics that seem only
possible on floor looms. Slots and
Holes is loaded with tricks and
tips and know-how for warping a
rigid-heddle loom in no time.
1 disk, 87 min
Product code: 11WV15
ISBN 978-1-59668-653-3, $19.95

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Experience the premiere issue
of the dynamic eMag all about
spinning and knitting, now
on disk! From spinning in the
Peruvian highlands to interviews
with top spinners and knitters,
the videos, slide shows and
interactivity of SpinKnit makes
learning more fun than ever.
1 disk, formatted for PC and Mac
Product code: 11SP06
ISBN 978-1-59668-466-9

Popular Wheel Mechanics

Respect the Spindle

In this far-ranging video, Judith
MacKenzie looks at several of
the popular wheels available to
spinners today, dissects their
differences, gives pointers on
getting the best from them, and
shares tips and hints on making
your wheel as efficient and
versatile as it was designed to be.

Abby Franquemont shows
spinners old and new how to
create volumes of incredible
yarn with an amazing yet simple
tool—the spindle. From learning
how to spin on a simple stick and
making a functional spindle out
of almost anything to learning
how to manage the yarn supply,
to ply efficiently, and to finish
appropriately—Abby covers it all.

Host: Judith MacKenzie

2 disks, 124 min
Product code: 10SP03
ISBN 978-1-59668-358-7, $34.95

Host: Abby Franquemont

1 disk, 72 min
Product code: 09SP05
ISBN 978-1-59668-257-3, $19.95

Spinning Cotton

Spinning for Lace

Stephenie provides clear
instruction on prepping, carding,
and spinning one of the most
important, yet understated fibers
of the world. Along the way, she
provides fascinating historical
asides, inventive tricks for
devising and adapting tools, and
an array of splendid made goods.

Using high magnifications of the
fibers and spun yarns, Margaret
Stove explains just how it all
works. Beginning with a fine,
crimpy fiber such as Merino wool,
Margaret sorts, washes, spins,
plies, and finishes wool and
blended yarns for lace knitting
that has won international
acclaim. Her methods might seem
counterintuitive, but they work!

Host: Stephenie Gaustad

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 10SP12
ISBN 978-1-59668-463-8, $34.95

Host: Margaret Stove

1 disk, 86 min
Product code: 10SP07
ISBN 978-1-59668-363-1, $19.95

f ib e r D V d s : Spinning/Weaving

NEW Spinning Gossamer
Threads

The Yarns of Orenburg
Host: Galina Khmeleva

The handknitted shawls of
Orenburg set a world standard
for exquisite handspun yarns
and delicate lace patterning.
The beauty and durability of
these creations begin with the
yarn: cashmere from the goats
of the region, an unusual way of
preparing the fleece, and skillful
spindle spinning.
2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 12SP06
ISBN 978-1-59668-674-8, $34.95

Spinning Luxury Fibers

Host: Judith MacKenzie

Spinners today have such an
abundance of fiber choices;
sometimes it’s hard to know
where to begin—and to know
how to handle these precious
materials once you have them
in your hands. Judith MacKenzie
shares what she’s learned from
deep experience in both craft
and industry, with a hands-on
teaching style that will create
inspiration, confidence, and good
results.
3 disks, 194 min
Product code: 10SP09
ISBN 978-1-59668-459-1, $39.99

Warping Your Loom

Weaving on a Rigid
Heddle Loom

Madelyn van der Hoogt
demonstrates how to warp
more smoothly, serenely, and
successfully with logical, easy-tofollow steps that avoid the horrors
of tangling, uneven tension, and
lost threads. From front to back,
back to front, bobbin to paddle to
raddle, Madelyn van der Hoogt’s
no-worry warping techniques
help ensure that every warp
will deliver a satisfying weaving
experience.

The rigid-heddle loom is great
for beginners, but equally great
for seasoned weavers who can
explore its endless potential
while never getting bored. Jane
Patrick teaches weavers how to
use a rigid-heddle loom for all
kinds of fabrics—from sturdy little
rugs to sheer shawls, from simple
plain weaves to complex finger
manipulations to doubleweave
and beyond.

Host: Madelyn van der
Hoogt

2 disks, 148 min
Product code: 11WV02
ISBN 978-1-59668-364-8, $34.95

Host: Jane Patrick

2 disks, 159 min
Product code: 10WV05
ISBN 978-1-59668-373-0, $34.95

Weaving Well

Host: Madelyn van der
Hoogt

Former editor of Handwoven
magazine and owner of The
Weaving School, Madelyn van
der Hoogt knows her fair share
of weaving secrets. In this
comprehensive two-disk set,
Madelyn gives all her tips and
tricks for a successful weaving
experience, start to finish.
2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11WV12
ISBN 978-1-59668-646-5, $34.95

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Melanie Doerman
has been beading for
more than sixteen years.
Her work has been
featured in Beadwork and
Belle Armoire Jewelry
magazines. She teaches a
variety of workshops nationally and runs a popular
blog, talesofamagpie
.typepad.com. Melanie
lives in California.

The Art of Forgotten Things
Creating Jewelry from Objects with a Past

Get inspired to create a masterpiece that gives new life to found objects by
combining them with readily available materials in The Art of Forgotten Things.
Construct necklaces and bracelets using one-of-a-kind components that hint at
fragments of stories and evoke a mysterious past.
Melanie Doerman offers a brilliant take on expressing stories with jewelry designs.
She shows how to create delicate beaded frames, clasps, nets, and components
with seed beads and combine them with mixed-media elements for an evocative
look and feel. An extensive stitching-technique section includes instructions for
flat and tubular peyote, right-angle weave, bead netting, bead embroidery, and
picot edges and fringes; basic jewelry techniques such as wire wrapping; mixedmedia techniques such as foiling; and additional embellishment.
The Art of Forgotten Things is truly a one-of-a-kind masterpiece for imaginative
jewelry artists.

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Paperback
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-548-2
$24.95
Available September 2012
Rights: W

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Karen Karon is a
PMC Guild certified
instructor. She studies
and teaches classes at
Metalwerx in Waltham,
Massachusetts, and
also offers private chain
maille jewelry classes.
She’s a contributor
to Step by Step Wire
Jewelry, Bead Style, and
Art Jewelry. Karen lives
in Massachusetts.

Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop
Techniques and Projects for Weaving with Wire

Discover the most comprehensive technique-based guide for one of the
most popular trends in jewelry—chain maille. Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop
showcases techniques designed to deliver projects that dazzle rather than
imitate.

Paperback
8½ x 10¼, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-645-8
$24.95
Available August 2012
Rights: W

Jewelry artist and author Karen Karon offers in-depth instruction for twenty-four
basic weaves that can be incorporated into jewelry projects. Karen provides a
thorough but flexible approach to techniques, proves that weaving can be done
in a multitude of ways, and demonstrates how “speed weaving” works for large
projects. With projects that progressively increase in pattern complexity, beginner
and advanced jewelry makers alike will find inspiration that suits their skill levels.
Every chapter provides design advice, visual inspiration, shortcuts, and tips
and tricks. The final chapter offers expert guidance for attaching clasps and
findings. Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop is the ideal resource for innovation and
originality in chain maille jewelry making.
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Melinda Barta is
editor of Beadwork
magazine. In her
Beadwork column,
Custom Cool, she
teaches beaders of all
skill levels how to create
custom components
using beadweaving
stitches. Melinda is the
author of the bestselling books Custom
Cool Jewelry (2008)
and Hip to Stitch (2005)
and coauthor of Mixed
Metals (2009).

Mastering Peyote Stitch
15 Inspiring Projects

With interest in beadweaving on the rise, Mastering Peyote Stitch provides a
much-needed look into the most integral technique—peyote stitch. With fifteen
styles in all, beaders will finally have an accessible, easy-to-understand guide to
one of the fundamentals of beadweaving, brought to you courtesy of Beadwork
magazine Editor Melinda Barta.
In the “Peyote Basics” chapter, begin by creating flat peyote bands, then advance
to circular and tubular variations, and eventually learn to fashion dimensional
jewelry pieces. Additional chapters explore combining peyote with other popular
beadweaving techniques (right-angle weave, herringbone, and bead embroidery)
and creating edgings and embellishments for finished pieces. Melinda, together
with Beadwork’s Designers of the Year, including Jean Campbell, Lisa Kan,
Carole Ohl, Melanie Potter, Jean Power, Cynthia Rutledge, and Sherri Serafini,
demonstrates a range of styles in fifteen beautiful jewelry projects.

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Paperback
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-633-5
$24.95
Available December 2012
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Sue Heaser is an internationally renowned
artist, author, and
teacher and has been
working in polymer and
metal clays for more
than twenty-five years.
Sue has published
thirteen craft books,
including the best-selling Magical Metal Clay
Jewelry. She teaches
metal clay and polymer
clay workshops all over
the world and was
founding director of Art
Clay World UK Guild.
Sue lives in England.

Metal Clay for Jewelry Makers
The Complete Technique Guide

Discover a beautifully illustrated encyclopedic must-have with Metal Clay for
Jewelry Makers. Internationally renowned artist Sue Heaser explores basic and
advanced metal clay techniques such as forming hinges and hollow forms;
working with paper clay; adding gemstones, metals, glass, ceramic, resin, and
enamel; forging, annealing, and texturing; and adding patinas.

Hardcover
8½ x 10, 192 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-713-4
$29.95
Available October 2012
Rights: NA

Gold, silver, copper, and bronze are beautifully showcased in an array of forms.
The book also discusses pearls, fused glass or metals, enameling, and combining
PMC with polymer clay. With more than 500 photographs of finished projects
and techniques throughout, Metal Clay for Jewelry Makers provides readers with
the inspiration needed to design their own unique metal clay jewelry.

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Kate Ferrant
Richbourg is the
former director of education for Beaducation
and has led classes and
workshops around the
world and online. She
has more than sixteen
years of experience
teaching jewelry
techniques, including
beading, wirework,
and metalsmithing.
Simple Soldering is her
first book. Kate lives in
California.

Simple Soldering

A Beginner’s Guide to Jewelry Making

Simple Soldering is a complete how-to guide for creating soldered metal jewelry,
including tools, techniques, and twenty beautiful projects.
Author and teacher Kate Richbourg cheerfully demystifies basic soldering, showing how to create sophisticated, polished, and professional-looking jewelry pieces
using basic tools and techniques. First, she instructs how to set up a work space
and offers step-by-step instructions for the basic tools and materials. A sampler chapter gives a host of introductory exercises that teach solid skills. Finally,
twenty gorgeous projects include earrings, pendants, rings, bracelets, and clasps.
Kate also explores how to combine and layer techniques and how to correct
common mistakes. Having taught thousands of classes on soldering, Kate has
a “you can do it!” attitude that shines through both the book and DVD, helping
even the most reluctant jewelry maker to fire up the torch with ease. With Simple
Soldering, the art of metalworking one-of-a-kind jewelry is now at your fingertips.

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Paperback + DVD
8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-550-5
$26.95
Available December 2012
Rights: W

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The Crafter’s Guide To
Taking Great Photos

The Best Techniques for Showcasing Your Handmade Creations
Heidi Adnum
Flexibound, 6 7⁄10 x 87⁄10 , 192 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-626-7, $24.95

Ancient Modern

Polymer Clay + Wire Jewelry
Ronna Sarvas Weltman
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-097-5, $22.95

The Beaded Garden

100 Beaded Jewelry
Designs

Easy-to-Bead Necklaces,
Bracelets, Brooches, and
More
Stephanie Burnham

101 Wire Earrings

Step-by-Step Projects
& Techniques
Denise Peck
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-141-5, $19.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-99-6, $21.95

All Wired Up

Wire Techniques for the
Beadworker and Jewelry
Maker
Mark Lareau
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-73-7, $21.95

The Bead Directory

The Beaded Edge

Beaded Embellishment

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
5¾ x 7¾, 256 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-002-9, $24.95

Paperback, 8¼ x 10¼, 88 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-300-6, $17.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-12-5, $21.95

The Complete Guide to
Choosing and Using More
than 600 Beautiful Beads
Elise Mann

Inspired Designs for
Crocheted Edgings and Trims
Midori Nishida and CRK
Design

Techniques & Designs for
Embroidering on Cloth
Amy C. Clarke and
Robin Atkins

Creating Flowers with
Beads and Thread
Diane Fitzgerald

The Beader’s Companion

Expanded and Updated
Judith Durant and Jean
Campbell

Beader’s Stash

Beading for the Soul

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-55-2, $21.95

Hardcover with semi-concealed
wire-o, 7 x 5, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-92-7, $19.95

Paperback, 10 x 10, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-80-4, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-46-0, $21.95

Designs from America’s
Favorite Bead Shops
Laura Levaas

Inspired Designs from
23 Contemporary Artists
Deborah Cannarella

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Beading in the Native
American Tradition
David Dean
Paperback, 9 x 10, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-03-3, $24.95

Beadwork Creates
Jewelry
40 Beaded Designs
Jean Campbell

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-037-1, $18.95

Beading on Fabric

Beading with
Peyote Stitch

Beads in Bloom

Jeannette Cook and
Vicki Star

The Art of Making French
Beaded Flowers
Arlene Baker

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-004-3, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-883010-71-3, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-06-4, $21.95

Bohemian-Inspired
Jewelry

Chain Style

Encyclopedia of Bead
Stitch Techniques
Larkin Jean Van Horn

50 Designs Using Leather,
Ribbon, and Cords
Lorelei Eurto and
Erin Siegel

50 Contemporary Jewelry
Designs
Jane Dickerson

Color Works

The Crafter’s Guide to Color
Deb Menz

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-150-7, $19.95

Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 152 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-47-7, $24.95

Create Jewelry Crystals

Create Jewelry Glass

Brilliant Designs to
Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett

Create Jewelry Pearls

Luxurious Designs to
Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-022-7, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-067-8, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-023-4, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-498-0, $22.95

Contemporary Copper
Jewelry with DVD
Step-by-Step Techniques
and Projects
Sharilyn Miller

Paperback + DVD
8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-289-4, $26.95

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Dazzling Designs
to Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett

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Create Jewelry Stones

Crochet Jewelry

Stunning Designs to
Make and Wear
Marlene Blessing and
Jamie Hogsett

40 Beautiful and
Unique Designs
Waejong Kim and
Anna Pulvermakher

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-068-5, $22.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-035-7, $24.95

Designing Jewelry
with Glass Beads

Designing Jewelry with
Semiprecious Beads

Stephanie Sersich
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-047-0, $22.95

Stringing Instructions and
Techniques for Necklaces,
Bracelets, and Much More
Kim Gover

Crochet with Wire

Nancie M. Wiseman
Paperback, 6 x 7¼, 88 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-77-4, $14.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-074-6, $22.95

Elements of Style

Knit + Crochet Jewelry with
Wire, Fiber, Felt + Beads
Rosemary Hill
Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-079-1, $22.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-104-0, $24.95

The Encyclopedia of
Contemporary Jewelry
Making Techniques

A Comprehensive Guide for
Jewelers and Metalsmiths
Vannetta Seecharran

Enlightened Polymer Clay

Artisan Jewelry Designs
Inspired by Nature
Rie Nagumo

Paperback, 7½ x 9⅗, 74 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-634-2, $19.95

Custom Cool Jewelry

Create 200+ Personalized
Pendants, Charms, and
Clasps
Melinda Barta

Fabulous Fabric Beads

Create Custom Beads and
Art Jewelry
Kristal Wick

Enchanted Adornments

Creating Mixed-Media
Jewelry with Metal, Clay,
Wire, Resin & More
Cynthia Thornton

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-157-6, $24.95

Findings & Finishings

Sharon Bateman

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 116 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-40-3, $21.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-077-7, $22.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-146-0, $26.95

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Gemstone Settings

The Jewelry Maker’s Guide to
Styles & Techniques
Anastasia Young
Hardcover, 8½ x 10, 208 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-636-6, $29.95

Getting Started
with Seed Beads

(New in Paperback)
Dustin Wedekind
Paperback, 8 x 8, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-975-6, $14.95

Getting Started Making
Metal Jewelry
Mark Lareau

Hardcover, 8 x 8, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-025-8, $19.95

Handcrafted Wire
Findings

Techniques and Designs for
Custom Jewelry Components
Denise Peck and
Jane Dickerson

Getting Started Making
Wire Jewelry and More
Linda Chandler and
Christine Ritchey

Hardcover, 8 x 8, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-87-3, $16.95

Hip to Bead

Liz Jones

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-066-1, $22.95

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Jewelry Studio:
Wire Wrapping

Linda Chandler
and Christine Ritchey
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-059-3, $22.95

Jean Campbell

Hardcover, 8 x 8, 88 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-79-8, $16.95

The Jewelry Architect

32 Contemporary Projects
for Today’s Beader
Katie Hacker

Techniques and Projects for
Mixed-Media Jewelry
Kate McKinnon

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-95-8, $19.95

Paperback + DVD
8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-176-7, $26.95

Knitting with Wire

Making Colorful Wire
& Beaded Jewelry

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-283-2, $22.95

Jewelry Studio:
Silver Wire Fusing

Getting Started
Stringing Beads

Nancie M. Wiseman
Paperback, 6 x 7¼, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-31-6, $16.95

35 Fabulous Designs
Linda Jones

Paperback, 8⅛ x 10⅞, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-014-2, $19.95

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Making Connections

A Handbook of Cold Joins
for Jewelers and
Mixed-Media Artists
Susan Lenart Kazmer
Hardcover, 8½ x 11, 144 pages
ISBN 978-0-979840-70-8, $48.00

Metal Style

20 Jewelry Designs with Cold
Join Techniques
Karen Dougherty
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-282-5, $22.95

Making Polymer
Clay Beads

Marketing and Selling
Your Handmade Jewelry

Step-by-Step Techniques
for Creating Beautiful
Ornamental Beads
Carol Blackburn

The Complete Guide to
Turning Your Passion into
Profit
Viki Lareau

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-019-7, $24.95

Paperback, 6 x 9, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-024-1, $21.95

Mixed Metals

Rustic Wrappings

Creating Contemporary
Jewelry with Silver, Gold,
Copper, Brass, and More
Danielle Fox and
Melinda Barta

Exploring Patina in Wire,
Metal, and Glass Jewelry
Kerry Bogert
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-549-9, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-092-0, $22.95

Seed Bead Fusion

18 Projects to Stitch,
Wire, and String
Rachel Nelson-Smith
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-156-9, $24.95

Silversmithing for Jewelry
Makers

A Handbook of Techniques
and Surface Treatments
Elizabeth Bone

Flexibound, 7½ x 9⅞, 192 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-499-7, $30.00

Simply Modern Jewelry

Mastering Beadwork

A Comprehensive Guide to
Off-Loom Techniques
Carol Huber Cypher
Hardcover with concealed wire-o
7 x 9¼, 240 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-013-5, $24.95

Sculptural Metal
Clay Jewelry

Techniques + Explorations
Kate McKinnon
Paperback with flaps + DVD
8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-174-3, $26.95

Stamped Metal Jewelry

Designs from the Editor
of Stringing Magazine
Danielle Fox

Creative Techniques & Designs
for Making Custom Jewelry
Lisa Niven Kelly

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-048-7, $21.95

Paperback + DVD
8½ x 9, 136 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-177-4, $24.95

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Step-by-Step
Jewelry Workshop

Simple Techniques for
Soldering, Wirework, and
Metal Jewelry
Nicola Hurst

Stringing Style

Totally Twisted

50+ Fresh Bead
Designs for Jewelry
Jamie Hogsett

Innovative Wirework
+ Art Glass Jewelry
Kerry Bogert

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 96 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-96-5, $16.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-168-2, $22.95

Weave, Wrap, Coil

Creating Artisan Wire Jewelry
Jodi Bombardier
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-200-9, $22.95

Paperback, 8½ x 11, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-060-9, $24.95

Wire Art Jewelry
Workshop

Step-by-Step Techniques &
Projects
Sharilyn Miller

Wire Style

45 New Jewelry Designs
Denise peck

Paperback, 8½ x 10¼, 120 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-070-8, $19.95

Paperback + DVD
8½ x 10¼, 112 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-255-9, $22.95

Paperback + DVD
8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-408-9, $26.95

The Workbench Guide
to Jewelry Techniques
Anastasia Young

Hardcover, 8½ x 10, 320 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-169-9, $34.95

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Wire Style 2

50 Unique Jewelry Designs
Denise Peck

Woven Wire Jewelry

Contemporary Designs
and Creative Techniques
Linda Chandler and
Christine Ritchey
Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages
ISBN 978-1-931499-57-6, $21.95

Zulu Inspired Beadwork
Weaving Techniques
and Projects
Diane Fitzgerald

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-034-0, $24.95

Wirework with DVD

An Illustrated Guide to the Art
of Wire Wrapping
Dale “Cougar”
Armstrong
Paperback + DVD
8½ x 9, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-290-0, $26.95

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Beadwork

Step by Step Wire Jewelry

Beadwork presents captivating projects with smart
designs and easy-to-follow directions, step-by-step
illustrations, and crystal-clear photography.

Wire jewelry is the fastest-growing segment of the
handmade jewelry market. And now your store can be
right at the front of the trend.

Each issue also includes inspiring interviews with stars
in the field, reviews of the best beading books and
supplies, insider hints and tips, and all the techniques
you’ll ever need to know!

Cash in on the demand with Step by Step Wire Jewelry
that is the only magazine on the market devoted to
designing and making jewelry with wire. Each issue delivers easy-to-follow step-by-step jewelry projects for
every skill level, plus tips, techniques, popular tools, advice from pros, and the latest book and media reviews.

Beadwork magazine—quite simply the whole world of
beading at your fingertips.
6x / year • $5.99

Making jewelry has never been easier or more fun! In
every issue, jewelry makers will find a veritable feast
for their eyes and their creative spirit with more than a
dozen brand-new tantalizing projects from designers
all over the world.
6x / year • $5.99

Jewelry Stringing

Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist

Give your customers the fashion-forward design
inspiration and exciting trendsetting projects they’re
looking for with Jewelry Stringing magazine.

Stock your shelf with the must-have resource for serious jewelry artists.

Jewelry Stringing brings readers more designs than
any other beading publication: tons in every issue!
Beloved by novice and expert beaders alike, this
magazine shows do-it-yourselfers how to create beautiful jewelry using basic techniques, such as stringing, wirework, and knotting. Thorough step-by-step
instructions and easy-to-follow illustrations make this
magazine a must-have for all jewelry designers.
4x / year • $5.99

As the leading resource for hands-on jewelry and gem
enthusiasts, every issue of Lapidary Journal Jewelry
Artist offers outstanding designs, stunning metalsmithing and gem-cutting projects, time- and moneysaving tips, in-depth features on tools, techniques,
and materials, professional advice on selling their
work, and more.
Grant readers backstage passes to inside the experts’
studios with exciting tips, how-tos, and inspiration.
9x / year • $6.99
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101 Bracelets, Necklaces,
and Earrings

Beadwork Presents
Favorite Bead Stitches

Don’t be left in the dust! Jewelry makers will be
running for the shelves. Now with all-new content,
this 148-page special edition features stylish, easy-tomake jewelry that has been artfully arranged by color,
ensuring readers find the perfect jewelry project to
match their favorite outfit.

Back by popular demand, this super-sized special
issue boasts a collection of projects made using
beaders’ favorite bead stitches, including peyote
stitch, right-angle weave, herringbone stitch, and
more. Your customers will hone their stitching skills
while creating beautiful projects that range from
quick-and-easy to advanced.

Special Issue • 1x / year • $14.99

Releases July 2012

Special Issue • 1x / year • $14.99

Releases July 2012

NEW Best of Step
By Step Wire
Jewelry

Easy Wire

Offer your customers the best!
With tons of favorite projects
handpicked by the trusted editors
of Step by Step Wire Jewelry, this
supersized special issue will have
wire enthusiasts running to get
their copy!

Make sure your shelves are
stocked with how-tos in one of the
hottest trends in jewelry making.
Show your customers how simple
it is to make stunning jewelry with
the latest edition of Easy Wire.
Packed with fast and fabulous wire
designs, your customers will be all
over your wire section looking for
materials!

Special Issue • 1x/year • $14.99

Special Issue • 1x / year • $14.99

Releases October 2012

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Releases June 2012

NEW Handcrafted
Jewelry
The 2012 Handcrafted Jewelry is
supersized! Back and bigger than
ever with 148 pages of mixedmedia marvel! Brought to you
by the editors of Beadwork and
Jewelry Stringing magazines, these
fashion-forward pieces will have
your customers inspired by cool designs and contemporary materials.
Special Issue • 1x/year • $14.99

Releases September 2012

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HAPPY-GO-LUCKY CUFF by Kelly Angeley

2011
2010 C O L L E C T I O N C D

COLLECTION CD
ALL

6 ISSUES

STAR FRUIT BRACELET by Heather Kahn

CLASSIC CARMINE by Carole Ohl

NEW Beadwork 2011
Collection CD

More Beadwork than ever before!
Not only does this collection CD
contain all six issues from 2011,
your customers will also receive
forty-nine bonus Quick + Easy
projects! That’s 119 beadwork
projects to get your customers
searching for some beading
supplies!
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12BD36
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Beadwork 2007
Collection CD

With this amazing CD collection,
your customers will discover the
secrets of expert beadwork artists,
from buying materials to building
creations. Master beadwork step
by step with fun projects for rings,
bracelets, necklaces, and more!
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 10BD13
ISBN 978-1-59668-286-3, $19.95

Beadwork 2010
Collection CD

NEW Beadwork 2009
Collection CD

Give your customers access to
their favorite beading magazine—
on one convenient CD! They will
be able to browse the entire 2010
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Show your customers that
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1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12BD14
ISBN 978-1-59668-730-1, $19.95

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12BD30
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Beadwork 2006
Collection CD

Beadwork 2005
Collection CD

Explore six issues of Beadwork
exactly as they were printed—
in an easy-to-use searchable
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how-to they need to create
stunning pieces in peyote, rightangle-weave, and herringbone
stitches, and more with intricate
bead stitches made easy.

Beadwork 2008
Collection CD

Get the entire 2008 season (six
full issues) in one convenient
format. With 100+ step-by-step
projects, full-color searchable
pages, quick-print projects,
and all the tips and how-tos
the jewelry world trusts from
Beadwork magazine.

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11BD11
ISBN 978-1-59668-627-4, $19.95

These six out-of-print issues are
not available anywhere else! With
the most pages of Beadwork
how-tos, projects, and expert tips
and tricks available on CD, these
timeless issues are a must-have!
1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 11BD16
ISBN 978-1-59668-637-3, $19.95

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 10BD20
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Interact with jewelry
enthusiasts’ favorite magazine!
Stamped Cuff with Turquoise by Sam Patania

Explore 12 issues of Lapidary
Journal Jewelry Artist exactly
as they were printed—now
in a new, convenient format.

2010 COLLECTION CD

Tin Can Beads by Helen I. Driggs

Create with exciting metal
and gem techniques.
Master jewelry-making
skills and develop your own
designs with artist demos,
tips, and more!
Find Interweave books, DVDs,
projects, and magazines online at
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2009 COLLECTION CD

With this amazing back
issue compilation, you’ll get
the entire 2009 season with
full-color searchable pages,
quick-print projects, and all
the artist profiles, tips, and
how-tos the jewelry world
trusts from Lapidary Journal
Jewelry Artist.
Discover the secrets of
expert jewelry and gem
artists from buying materials
to building creations.

ALL

12 ISSUES

Signature Stone Ring by Timothy Meier

12BD16
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Colored Stone 2009–2010
Collection CD

Provide artists the ultimate
authority on gemstones. With this
vibrant collection CD, the trusted
magazine is back with the entire
2009–2010 season—now with
full-color searchable pages and
quick-print articles.
1 disk, 7 issues
Product code: 11BD09
ISBN 978-1-59668-546-8, $19.95

Lapidary Journal Jewelry
Artist 2009 Collection CD
Offer all twelve issues of Lapidary
Journal Jewelry Artist to your
customers, and we bet they will
say yes! With over 1,000 pages,
there is something for everyone!
Gem lovers, metal maniacs, and
tool treasurers will all be in awe
of this long-running publication.
Printable pages, step-by-step
projects, comprehensive articles,
and so much more!
1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 12BD16
ISBN 978-1-59668-974-9, $19.95

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Creative Jewelry 2005–
2011 Collection CD

If a little inspiration is what your
customers are after, then this is
what they need! With over 800
pages of fast (but fabulous)
jewelry designs, they won’t know
where to start! Seven years of
favorite issues compiled into one
affordable CD, dynamite.

Easy Wire 2007–2010
Collection CD

Give your customers the exciting
collection of four full issues
of Easy Wire—packed with
everything wire jewelry. From
copper swirls to stamped charms,
each issue has a variety of unique
projects to boost your jewelrymaking skills and techniques!

1 disk, 7 issues
Product code: 11BD31
ISBN 978-1-59668-726-4, $19.95

1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 11BD15
ISBN 978-1-59668-631-1, $19.95

Lapidary Journal Jewelry
Artist 2008 Collection CD

Lapidary Journal Jewelry
Artist 2007 Collection CD

Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist
is the world’s longest running
publication for jewelry-making
enthusiasts and gem cutters—
trusted by jewelry artists for over
sixty years! And now you can
offer the collection of time-tested
go-to resources packed into the
Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist
2008 Collection CD.
1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 10BD32
ISBN 978-1-59668-419-5, $19.95

Offer an easy way to create with
jewelry-making tips, projects,
and design inspiration in
metalsmithing, gem and stone
techniques, wire wrapping, and
more, with twelve full issues of
Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist
on one CD!

1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 10BD08
ISBN 978-1-59668-258-0, $19.95

new Lapidary Journal
Jewelry Artist 2010
Collection CD

Stock up on an entire year of
Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist,
with twelve full issues exactly as
they were printed. This stunning
collection of metalsmithing,
faceting, and gemstone how-tos,
techniques, and expert advice will
be flying off your shelves!
1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 12BD34
ISBN 978-1-59668-842-1, $19.95

Lapidary Journal Jewelry
Artist 2006 Collection CD
1,000+ pages of jewelry-making
tips, designs, and how-tos all on
one easy-to-use CD! Help your
customers boost their jewelrymaking skills with tons of exciting
projects, complete with step-bystep instructions, easy-to-see
illustrations, and detailed tools
and material lists from every
2006 issue.
1 disk, 12 issues
Product code: 10BD12
ISBN 978-1-59668-285-6, $19.95

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NICOLE EARRINGS BY SUSAN OLIVIO

Explore 5 issues of Step by
Step Wire Jewelry exactly as
they were printed—now in
a new, convenient format.

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BIRD’S NEST PENDANT BY SALLY STEVENS

Master wireworking skills
step by step with fun projects
for rings, bracelets, necklaces,
and more!

2011
COLLECTION CD

ALL 6 ISSUES

Discover the secrets of expert
wire artists, from buying
materials to building creations.
Create with exciting wire
techniques made easy.

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2009 COLLECTION CD

With this amazing CD
collection, you’ll get the
entire 2009 season with 69+
projects, full-color searchable
pages, quick-print projects,
and all the tips and how-tos
the jewelry world trusts from
Step by Step Wire Jewelry.

step by step

WHIMSICAL WRAPPED BANGLE BY CASSIE DONLEN

step by step

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ONLINE AT SHOP.JEWELRYMAKINGDAILY.COM

12BD23

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Lapidary Journal Jewelry
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Collection CD

Carry the collector’s item no
jeweler should live without! Allow
your customers to explore thirtysix full issues of Lapidary Journal
Jewelry Artist to enhance their
jewelry-making today. From stepby-step fabricated metal jewelry
pieces to everything they need
to know about stunning stones,
each issue is packed with timeless
jewelry-making information.

new Step by Step Wire
Jewelry 2011 Collection CD
Stock up on this amazing
collection CD! Wire enthusiasts
will be in awe of all the fabulous
projects, articles, and expert
advice. Provide your wire fanatics
with exactly what they are looking
for to boost their wrapping,
stamping, looping, and more!

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12BD35
ISBN 978-1-59668-843-8, $19.95
Available June 2012

Step by Step Wire Jewelry
2010 Collection CD
Everyone is crazy for wire! Stock
up on the most popular wire
jewelry magazine with six full
issues (and tons of fun projects)
from 2010. Including an issue
on crystals, a product preview
issue, and everything in between,
this might just become your
customers’ favorite wire resource.

Step by Step Wire Jewelry
2007 Collection CD

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 11BD10
ISBN 978-1-59668-547-5, $19.95

1 disk, 5 issues
Product code: 10BD14
ISBN 978-1-59668-287-0, $19.95

This convenient collection CD
allows readers to browse fabulous
wire jewelry wherever there’s a
computer. Discover the secrets
of expert wire artists such as
Lisa Niven Kelly, Dale “Cougar”
Armstrong, Connie Fox, and more
while mastering wireworking
techniques!

Offer a simple way for jewelry
makers to learn on their own time
with this easy to use wire resource.
With this CD collection, you’ll get
the entire 2007 season with fullcolor searchable pages, quickprint projects, and all the tips and
how-tos the jewelry world trusts
from Step by Step Wire Jewelry.

2009 never looked so fine! Allow
your customers to complete
their collections, save space, and
enhance their wire techniques.
With 69+ projects and 340+
pages packed full of wire how-tos,
tips, tricks, and techniques, this
collection CD is sure to impress.

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12BD15
ISBN 978-1-59668-731-8, $19.95

1 disk, 6 issues
Product code: 12BD23
ISBN 978-1-59668-708-0, $19.95

Step by Step Wire Jewelry
2006 Collection CD

Step by Step Wire Jewelry
2005 Collection CD

1 disk, 36 issues
Product code: 11BD28
ISBN 978-159668-720-2, $29.95

Step by Step Wire Jewelry
2008 Collection CD

new Step by Step Wire
Jewelry 2009 Collection
CD

Carry 260+ pages of wire howtos, projects, and tips all on one
searchable CD! Your customers
will be excited to create stunning
pieces with wire techniques made
easy. They’ll learn wrapping,
spirals, texturing, and more with
all four issues from 2006!
1 disk, 4 issues
Product code: 10BD19
ISBN 978-1-59668-403-4, $19.95

Wire enthusiasts are going crazy
for the 2005 Step by Step Wire
Jewelry Collection CD. And why
wouldn’t they? With the first three
issues of the magazine, more than
thirty-two step-by-step projects,
full-color searchable pages, quickprint projects, and all the tips and
how-tos the jewelry world trusts
from the editors of Step by Step
Wire Jewelry magazine, it’s a hit!
1 disk, 3 issues
Product code: 11BD17
ISBN 978-1-59668-638-0, $9.95

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new Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1700

new Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1600

Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1500

Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1400

Back for the seventeenth season,
this top-rated television show
will delight jewelry makers with
so many how-tos! Top jewelry
makers share their latest and
great tips in beading, wire, and
more!

Help your customers discover
America’s favorite TV show with
a brand-new season. With more
hot techniques and trends, this
project-packed four-disc set will
have your customers hungry
for a variety of jewelry-making
materials.

Celebrate the fifteenth
anniversary of America’s favorite
jewelry-making TV show. Trusted
by beginners and experts alike,
each episode of Beads, Baubles,
and Jewels is packed with
everything jewelry makers need
to boost their skills and learn the
latest technique tips and trends!

Don’t miss out on jewelry makers’
favorite TV show! Give your
customers the chance to join
leading designer Katie Hacker,
for all thirteen episodes (over six
full hours!) with new approaches
to recycled pieces, cabochons,
clasps, and more!

host: Katie Hacker

host: Katie Hacker

4 disks, 360 min
Product code: 12BD21
ISBN 978-1-59668-705-9, $29.95
Available November 2012

4 disks, 360 min
Product code: 12BD20
978-1-59668-979-4, $29.95

Host: Katie Hacker

4 disks, 360 min
Product code: 11BD23
ISBN 978-1-59668-714-1, $29.95

Host: Katie Hacker

4 disks, 360 min
Product code: 11BD13
ISBN 978-1-59668-629-8, $29.99

Take the next step in your journey as a jewelry artist with this exciting
season. This 4-disc set is packed with 30+ jewelry-making lessons,
including over 20 watch-and-learn projects! Learn the design secrets
of popular artists as they show you how to create pieces with a variety
of fun techniques. Enhance your skills with projects in metal clay,
seed-bead stitching, wireworking, and more.
Hosted by Katina Forte, featured guests include Marlene Blessing,
Katie Hacker, Mark Nelson, and Leslie Rogalski.

Series 1200
Episodes 1–13

Series 1200

Shows 1201–1203: Make Your Own Chain; Beginning Fold Forming;
High Contrast for High Drama; And More!

Episodes 1–13

Shows 1204–1206: Stained Glass Effects; Add Movement to Jewelry;
Doodlebeads: Two-Drop Herringbone; And More!

Get started today with this must-have, easy-to-follow designer
resource that you’ll use again and again!

4 DVD Set. Total run time
is approximately 5 hours.
48 minutes. This DVD Set is
for your private home viewing
only. It is not authorized for
other use. © 2010 Interweave
Press LLC. All rights reserved.
10BD18

Series 1200

Shows 1210–1213: Setting Stones in Metal Clay; Dapping Tips; Better
Bracelet Making; No-Kiln Metal Fusing; And More!

Episodes 1–13

Shows 1207–1209: Ode to Earthy Elements; Enameling on Metal Clay;
Wonderful Wire-Wrap Rings; And More!

Beads, Baubles
and Jewels is all about
education, inspiration,
and personal
expression. We’ll
give you easy-to-follow
instructions, expert tips,
and inspiring ideas for
beautiful and unique
jewelry that will enhance
your skills and your
wardrobe.

Find interweave books, dvds, patterns, and magazines online at interweavestore.com

Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1300

Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1200

Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1100

Beads, Baubles, and
Jewels Series 1000

Give your customers the chance
to join leading designer Katie
Hacker for all thirteen episodes
(over six full hours!) of watchand-learn lessons, step-by-step
projects, and the industry’s top
experts’ tips and tricks!

Share with your customers the
design secrets of popular artists
as they demonstrate how to
create pieces with a variety of
fun techniques. With more than
forty watch-and-learn lessons and
projects in metal clay, seed bead
stitching, wireworking, and more,
viewers will love every episode!

Packed with over fifty how-to
lessons, this eleventh season
gives your customers all the tips
and how-tos they need to take the
next step in their journey as an
artist. They’ll enhance their skills
with projects in riveting, seedbead stitching, resin, and more!

In the tenth anniversary season of
Beads, Baubles, and Jewels, the
designers focus on taking jewelry
making to the next level. Your
customers will join the industry’s
favorite artists, including Mark
Nelson and Leslie Rogalski for
more than forty how-to lessons,
including over thirty watch-andlearn projects.

Host: Katie Hacker

4 disks, 240 min
Product code: 10BD34
ISBN 978-1-59668-497-3, $29.99

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Host: Katina Forte

4 disks, 348 min
Product code: 10BD18
ISBN 978-1-59668-402-7, $29.99

Host: Katina Forte

4 disks, 283 min
Product code: 10BD11
ISBN 978-1-59668-284-9, $29.99

Host: Katina Forte

4 disks, 283 min
Product code: 09BD13
ISBN 978-1-59668-241-2, $29.99

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DESIGNER

DESIGNER

Bead Stitching
PENTAGONS
with JEAN POWER

Beadwork: Peyote Stitch
Basics and Beyond
Host: Melinda Barta

Be the resource for one of the
hottest bead stitches. Your
customers will learn how to pump
up their peyote stitch with flat,
circular, and tubular peyote basics
and fun variations to add texture,
trim, and more! 
1 disk, 56 min
Product code: 10BD29
ISBN 978-1-59668-416-4, $24.95

DESIGNER

of the Year SERIES

of the Year SERIES

Bead Stitching
TRIANGLES
with JEAN POWER

of the Year SERIES

Mastering

BEAD EMBROIDERY
with SHERRY SERAFINI

NEW Beadwork Designer
of the Year Series: Bead
Stitching Pentagons with
Jean Power

NEW Beadwork Designer
of the Year Series: Bead
Stitching Triangles with
Jean Power
host: Jean Power

NEW Beadwork
Designer of the Year
Series: Mastering Bead
Embroidery with Sherry
Serafini

Stitch along with bead artist Jean
Power. She takes viewers step
by step through the process
of creating flat and threedimensional pentagon shapes that
can be joined, used individually, or
modified in infinite ways.

Let your customers dive into the
wonderful world of Jean Power’s
gorgeous geometric techniques
as she takes viewers step by step
through the process of creating
flat and three-dimensional
triangle shapes with the use of
peyote stitch.

Allow your customers to learn
from expert bead embroiderer
Sherry Serafini as she guides
viewers through the process of
bead embroidery, plus tips and
techniques for taking this craft to
the next level.

1 disk, 85 min
Product code: 12BD29
ISBN 978-1-59668-831-5, $24.95
Available June 2012

1 disk, 90 min
Product code: 12BD32
ISBN 978-1-59668-834-6, $29.95
Available September 2012

Host: Jean Power

1 disk, 85 min
Product code: 12BD26
ISBN 978-1-59668-711-0, $24.95
Available August 2012

Host: Sherry Serafini

How to Stitch
easy

Electroforming
for Jewelry
-------

with -------

DENISE PECK

Make gorgeous
metal jewelry
elements from
organic objects
with this no-hassle
process.

with Peyote,
Herringbone,
and More

with JANICE BERKEBILE

11BD24

step by step

Run time: 85 minutes. This DVD set is for your private home viewing
only. It is not authorized for any other use. © 2011 Interweave Press
LLC. All rights reserved.

jewelry

FIND INTERWEAVE BOOKS, DVDS, PROJECTS,
AND MAGAZINES ONLINE AT shop.beadingdaily.com

DoodleBeads: Learn 12
Basic Seed-Bead Stitches
Host: Leslie Rogalski

Stock your shelf with some of
the most visually comprehensive
lessons in seed beading. Your
customers can join seed bead
editor and designer Leslie
Rogalski to see the secrets of
stitching with her signature
thread-path diagrams—drawing
exactly where the thread goes.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 09BD16
ISBN 978-1-59668-251-1, $24.95

Easy Jewelry
Chain Making

DoodleBeads Volume 2:
Learn 10 More Basic
Seed-Bead Stitches
Host: Leslie Rogalski

Make sure you’re offering the
newest edition of the best-selling
beadweaving resource—back
with even more stitch how-tos,
complete with up-close stepby-step tutorials and Leslie’s
signature thread-path diagrams.
1 disk, 40 min
Product code: 10BD17
ISBN 978-1-59668-292-4, $24.95

Easy Electroforming for
Jewelry
Host: Denise Peck

Denise Peck will show your
customers how to turn their
fabulous nature-walk finds into
custom copper jewelry with just
a couple essential tools! Once
a fairly complex and expensive
process, today, jewelry makers
can electroform at home with just
a small investment in materials
and tools.
1 disk, 40 min
Product code: 11BD29
ISBN 978-1-59668-721-9, $19.95

NEW Easy Jewelry Chain
Making with Janice
Berkebile
Host: Janice Berkebile

Provide the missing link in your
customers’ jewelry making! Janice
Berkebile demonstrates three
simple jewelry chain-making
techniques including a wire chain
with a keyhole link, riveted chain,
and fused variations.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 12BD28
ISBN 978-1-59668-830-8, $24.95

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Lapidary
Essentials:
Cutting Cabochons
with

LEW WACKLER

NEW How to Photograph
Your Jewelry

How to Stitch Beaded
Bezels

How to Stitch Custom
Clasps
Host: Melinda Barta

NEW Lapidary Essentials:
Cutting Cabochons with
Lew Wackler

Let your customers take
stunning photos of their jewelry!
Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist
photographer Jim Lawson takes
an in-depth look at capturing
professional-looking photos
of handmade jewelry. From
sparkling faceted beads and
highly polished copper to natural
stone pendants and sanded
sterling silver, Jim covers how to
make pieces look their best.

Your customers are going to fall in
love with these exciting beadwork
essentials. Beadwork Editor
Melinda Barta uncovers stepby-step instructions for setting
cabochons, rivolis, buttons, and
more using peyote, herringbone,
right-angle weave, and netting!

Allow your customers to set
their jewelry apart from the
rest and finish off their beaded
jewelry in style! With step-bystep instructions for handmade
toggles, rings, buttons and
loops, snaps, and more, they will
be able to give their jewelry the
professional look and durability it
deserves with custom clasps.

A lapidary breakthrough! Now
you can offer your customers
watch-and-learn cabochoncutting lessons from expert Lew
Wackler. Lew covers round and
oval cabochons using a variety of
equipment, how to prepare rough
rock before cabbing, and so much
more!

host: jim lawson

Host: Melinda Barta

1 disk, 85 min
Product code: 11BD24
ISBN 978-1-59668-715-8, $24.95

1 disk, 100 min
Product code: 12BD18
ISBN 978-1-59668-977-0, $24.95

Make Chain Maille
Jewelry!

Single, Double, and
Byzantine Chains
Host: Scott David
Plumlee

Make Chain Maille Jewelry
Volume 2
Flower, Dubious and Inca
Puño Chains
Host: Scott David
Plumlee

Stock your shelves with an
all-inclusive introduction to
chain maille jewelry. Artist and
instructor Scott David Plumlee
covers chain maille techniques
with easy-to-see color-coded
rings to help visualize the patterns
you are creating. Anyone will be
able to master these chain maille
with Scott’s expert tips and tricks.

Scott takes it up a notch with
these essential techniques
for enhancing chain and bead
jewelry. He’ll get your customers
excited about chain maille with
advanced how-tos including
Flower, Dubious, Inca Puño chains,
embellishing with beads, creating
your own magnetic clasps, and
much more!

1 disk, 87 min
Product code: 11BD18
ISBN 978-1-59668-639-7, $24.95

1 disk, 87 min
Product code: 11BD19
ISBN 978-1-59668-640-3, $24.95

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host: Lew Wackler

1 disk, 91 min
Product code: 11BD25
ISBN 978-1-59668-716-5, $24.95

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 12BD38
ISBN 978-1-62033-044-9, $24.95
Available September 2012

Make Wire-Wrapped
Jewelry!

Metalsmith Essentials:
Basic Fabrication

Precise and Chaotic Styles
Host: Scott David
Plumlee

Making expert techniques simple,
Scott shows jewelry makers how
to create stunning wire-wrapped
pieces from start to finish. With
how-tos for tornado, nested, and
chaos wrapped earrings and
bracelets, embellishing with
beads, creating your own clasps,
and much more!
1 disk, 71 min
Product code: 11BD20
ISBN 978-1-59668-641-0, $24.95

Host: Helen Driggs

Now your customers can master
metalsmithing basics as they
boost their skills with these
essential techniques in metal,
including how-tos in sawing, filing,
hammering, forging, and much
more!
2 disks, 132 min
Product code: 11BD08
ISBN 978-1-59668-411-9, $39.99

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Metalsmith Essentials:

Expert Bezel
Forming
with Bill Fretz
_____________

Settings for a Variety of Cabochon and Faceted
Gem Shapes with Stakes and Mandrels

Metalsmith Essentials:

Forming
Hollow Rings
with Bill Fretz
____________

Plain and Inlaid

NEW Metalsmith
Essentials: Expert Bezel
Forming

NEW Metalsmith
Essentials: Forming
Hollow Rings

Metalsmith Essentials:
Hammering and Forming
Jewelry, Volume 2

Taking the hot topic of setting
stones in bezels to a whole
new level, Bill covers advanced
techniques for setting a variety of
cabochons and faceted stones.

Expanding his metal-forming
step-by-step lessons, Bill Fretz
covers how to create various
hollowed rings including band
rings, domed rings, inlaid rings,
and rings with a bezel-set
stone. Plus, he explores shaping,
soldering, and finishing!

Bill Fretz takes it up a notch with
complex hammering and forming
techniques! Jewelry makers will
learn the ins and outs of forming
inside curves in pierced forms,
soldered joints, twisted shapes,
and much more while they create
stunning three-dimensional
shapes out of flat metal sheet.

1 disk, 91 min
Product code: 11BD26
ISBN 978-1-59668-717-2, $24.95

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 12BD25
ISBN 978-1-59668-710-3, $24.95
Available August 2012

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 12BD24
ISBN 978-1-59668-709-7, $24.95
Available July 2012

1 disk, 115 min
Product code: 11BD27
ISBN 978-1-59668-718-9, $24.95

Metalsmith Essentials:
Hand Finishing

Metalsmith Essentials:
How to Solder Jewelry

Metalsmith Essentials:
How to Solder Jewelry
Volume 2

Metalsmith Essentials:
Jewelry Etching on
Copper

Stock your shelves with studio
secrets for polishing and hand
finishing jewelry without large
equipment or lots of complicated
tools. Metalsmith Lexi Erickson
will help your customers learn the
art of creating a gorgeous finish.
Pair with Metalsmith Essentials:
Machine Finishing for the full
series in finishing jewelry.

Help your customers conquer
the torch! They’ll join artist
and instructor of twenty-five
years Lexi Erickson in six
comprehensive lessons on how
to solder jewelry, taking their
metalsmithing skills and jewelry
designs to the next level.

Soldering is hot! Master
metalsmith Lexi Erickson shares
her tips and tricks for soldering
copper, bronze, and brass. Your
customers are dying to learn more
from this soldering pro and to
master Lexi’s soldering “rules” for
surefire success when fabricating
with copper and its alloys.

You’ll want to stock up on this
comprehensive introduction to
jewelry etching on copper! Lexi
Erickson covers creating your own
unique designs and textures while
mastering etching basics with tips
and techniques for resist etching,
forming an etched bracelet,
finishing your work, and more!

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11BD30
ISBN 978-1-59668-722-6, $39.95

1 disk, 95 min
Product code: 11BD22
ISBN 978-1-59668-643-4, $24.95

Metalsmith Essentials:
Basic Jewelry Hammering
and Forming
Host: Bill Fretz

Jewelry makers will be delighted
to learn the ins and outs of
planishing, raising, using stakes,
and more! Master metalsmith
and toolmaker Bill Fretz explores
everything you need to know
to get started forming your
own metal jewelry in eight
comprehensive watch-and-learn
lessons.

Host: Lexi Erickson

1 disk, 122 min
Product code: 11BD33
ISBN 978-1-59668-729-5, $39.95

Settings for a Variety of
Cabochon and Faceted Gem
Shapes with Stakes and
Mandrels
host: Bill Fretz

Host: Lexi Erickson

1 disk, 95 min
Product code: 11BD14
ISBN 978-1-59668-630-4, $24.95

Plain and Inlaid with Bill Fretz
host: Bill Fretz

Host: Lexi Erickson

Host: Bill Fretz

Host: Lexi Erickson

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Metalsmith Essentials:
Machine Finishing
Host: Helen Driggs

Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist
Senior Editor Helen Driggs
returns to Metalsmith Essentials
in this DVD dedicated to
professional polishes and finishes
for handmade jewelry using a
tumbler, flex shaft, or rotary tool.
Also, carry Metalsmith Essentials:
Hand Finishing in your store for
the full series in finishing jewelry.
1 disk, 80 min
Product code: 12BD13
ISBN 978-1-59668-727-1, $29.95

Metalsmith Essentials:
Riveting & Cold
Connections

Metalsmith Essentials:
Setting Stones with
Bezels

Helen Driggs shares essentials
techniques for getting started
with riveting and cold connections,
including how-tos in designing,
drilling, hammering, and much
more! Show your customers how
to use cold connections in their
jewelry!

Pair up your customers with
metalsmith Lexi Erickson as she
shares her favorite tips and tricks
for bezel-setting stones in jewelry.
This experienced jewelry maker will
help your customers master the
art of creating beautiful soldered
bezels that will both enhance and
perfectly fit your gemstones.

Host: Helen Driggs

2 disks, 109 min
Product code: 11BD12
ISBN 978-1-59668-628-1, $39.99

Metalwork: Making Bezels
for Stones and Found
Objects

Metalwork: Wire Fusing
& Other Micro-Torch
Techniques

Give your customers the how-tos
they need to master soldering
basics, as they boost their
jewelry-making skills and their
jewelry collection with these
fun techniques for transforming
stones, buttons, beads, and more
into stunning jewelry.

Now your customers can master
wire-fusing basics with easy
step-by-step instructions from
artist and best-selling author
Denise Peck. Viewers will learn
to create fabulous professionalquality jewelry and findings in
eight watch-and-learn lessons,
including six step-by-step
projects.

Host: Denise Peck

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10BD24
ISBN 978-1-59668-409-6, $24.95

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Host: Denise Peck

1 disk, 45 min
Product code: 09BD15
ISBN 978-1-59668-250-4, $24.95

Host: Lexi Erickson

2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11BD32
ISBN 978-1-59668-728-8, $39.95

Mixed Media: Beaded
Bracelets with Fiber
Beads, Crystals, Resin,
and Wire

Metalsmith Essentials:
Textures and Patinas
Host: Helen Driggs

Discover two full hours of exciting
metalsmith essentials to making
richly textured handmade
metal jewelry. This dynamic
DVD includes expert how-tos
for hammering textures, metal
stamping, adding texture to 3-D
forms, the use of a rolling mill, and
more!
2 disks, 120 min
Product code: 11BD21
ISBN 978-1-59668-642-7, $39.95

Mixed Media: Making
Steampunk-Style Jewelry
Host: Jean Campbell

Making expert techniques
easy to use, Kristal covers the
fundamentals of making beaders’
favorite kind of jewelry with
unique mixed-media materials
such as fiber, resin, wire, crystals,
and more.

Don’t miss out on the steampunk
phenomenon. Offer your
customers fun projects and
how-tos so that they can create
romantic jewelry with that
unmistakable steampunk edge
as they master cold connections,
resin, wirework, and drilling
basics!

1 disk, 67 min
Product code: 11BD03
ISBN 978-1-59668-500-0, $24.95

1 disk, 56 min
Product code: 10BD31
ISBN 978-1-59668-418-8, $24.95

Host: Kristal Wick

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one hour

bracelets
with

JEFF FulkErson

NEW One Hour Bracelets
with Jeff Fulkerson
host: Jeff Fulkerson

Make bracelets the next hottest
thing! Jeff Fulkerson walks
through four different bracelets,
building on each variation.
Starting with a round wire
bracelet and working up to a
“washer” bracelet, Jeff will give
your customers a brand-new wrist
wardrobe.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 12BD33
ISBN 978-1-59668-835-3, $24.95
Available June 2012

One Hour Rings

Host: Helen Driggs

Yes! It is possible to make a
beautiful soldered silver ring in an
hour—or less, and your customers
want to know how! Lapidary
Journal Jewelry Artist Senior
Editor and “fabricationista” Helen
Driggs will show jewelry makers
her studio secrets for creating
simple and sophisticated soldered
rings using a wide variety of
jewelry materials.
1 disk, 78 min
Product code: 12BD12
ISBN 978-1-59668-725-7, $24.95

Remixed Media: Making
Custom Beads and
Pendants with Acrylic
and Wood
Host: Candie Cooper

Remixed Media:
Transforming Metal Found
Objects for Your Jewelry
Host: Candie Cooper

Making expert techniques easy
to use, one of the jewelry world’s
favorite designers Candie
Cooper covers the fundamentals
of jewelry making with unique
materials such as basswood,
acrylic sheet, fabric, paper, and
more.

Take advantage of today’s
found-object focus. Now your
customers can learn how to turn
out-of-the-ordinary found metal
into fabulous jewelry as they
create one-of-a-kind designs
out of unexpected items from
flea market filigree to street-side
metal.

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 11BD07
ISBN 978-1-59668-544-4, $24.95

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 11BD04
ISBN 978-1-59668-541-3, $24.95

step by step

jewelry

weaving
wire
jewelry
with

MARY HETTMANSPERGER

NEW Successful Jewelry:
Design Idea to Wearable
Art
hosts: Layne Freedline,
Helen I. Driggs, Steven
Ford

Give your customers the
opportunity to step inside three
artist’s studios to discover the
methods behind each and every
one of their pieces. From set-up
and sketches to successes and the
evolution of design series, they
take you through the journey to
creating successful jewelry.
1 disk, 104 min
Product code: 12BD19
ISBN 978-1-59668-978-7, $24.95

NEW Weaving Wire
Jewelry with Mary
Hettmansperger
Host: Mary
Hettmansperger

Open the doors for your
customers into the wonderful
world of weaving with wire expert
Mary Hettmansperger. Viewers
will never put down the wire again
as Mary demonstrates a variety
of techniques to create beautiful
handmade woven jewelry.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 12BD27
ISBN 978-1-59668-712-7, $24.95
Available June 2012

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a r t n e w boo k s

Sharon Finmark
is the author of 600
Watercolor Mixes
(2011). She trained at St.
Martin’s College of Art
and currently teaches
drawing, painting, and
the history of color in
contemporary art at
the City Lit College in
London. She writes for
The Artist magazine
and has published
several books. She lives
in England.

500 Acrylic Mixes
Paint Color Recipes for Artists

Color is fundamental to painting, and the ability to mix and reproduce specific
hues is a key skill. Color theory can be dull and complicated, but in 500 Acrylic
Mixes experienced artist and teacher Sharon Finmark demonstrates color mixing
with acrylic paints in a practical and easy-to-follow way. A variety of colormixing techniques are covered, including palette mixing and overlaying.
In addition to being an extensive visual sourcebook for more than 500 acrylic
paint color mixes, inspirational paintings are featured throughout, each
accompanied by a breakdown of the colors, mixes, and techniques used by
the artist.
Hardcover
7½ x 7½, 176 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-685-4
$22.95
Available August 2012
Rights: USC

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600 Watercolor Mixes

American Artist Guide to
Painting Techniques

Art at the Speed of Life

Washes, Color Recipes, and
Techniques
Sharon Finmark

Elizabeth Tate and
Hazel Harrison

Hardcover, 7¼ x 7¼, 176 pages,
ISBN 978-1-59668-265-8, $22.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 208 pages,
ISBN 978-1-59668-279-5, $19.95

The Encaustic Studio

Mastering Sketching

Print with Collage & Stitch

Paperback + DVD
8½ x 10¼, 160 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-390-7, $26.95

Paperback, 8¾ x 8¾, 176 pages,
ISBN 978-1-59668-280-1, $19.95

Paperback, 8½ x 10⅘, 128 pages
ISBN 978-1-59668-589-5, $26.95

A Wax Workshop in MixedMedia Art
Daniella Woolf

A complete course in 40
lessons
Judy Martin

Motivation + inspiration for
making mixed-media art
every day
Pam Carriker

Botanical Sketchbook

Mary Ann Scott with
Margaret Stevens
Hardcover, 8⅞ x 11 3⁄16 , 128 Pages,
ISBN 978-1-59668-232-0, $24.95

Paperback, 8½ x 9, 144 pages,
ISBN 978-1-59668-261-0, $22.95

Techniques for Mixed-Media
Printmaking
Val Holmes

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levels. From high school art class through college
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first-choice “go-to” instructional publication for artists that teach.
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new American Artist

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Your customers will simply devour the pages of this
highly anticipated special-edition magazine. Learn
from successful artists of today and the artists from
the past that continue to inspire us—artists will discover their secrets and learn to use their techniques
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history, and twenty-five emerging artists of today
chosen by the respected professionals and students
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Special Issue • 148 pages • $14.99
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The Complete Painter’s
Handbook: From Studio
Essentials to Advanced
Artistic Techniques
Designed as a go-to resource for art students, teachers and professionals, this guide offers the very best
in step-by-step exercises, materials, and techniques.
Discover expert advice for color mixing, proper supports, and studio lighting packed into this special
issue—artists of all levels are sure to benefit from this
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Special Issue • 148 pages • $14.99

new American Artist Workshop:

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Sell your ambitious artists the guide that will help them
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Special Issue • 148 pages • $14.99
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Figure Drawing II: The
Gesture

Marine Painting:
Art of the Wave

Mastering Plein Air
Acrylic Painting

Mastering Portrait
Drawing

Give your customers the
opportunity to enhance their
ability to see and draw by
working with experienced master
draftsman Dan Thompson. Watch
as he creates drawings that
inspire freedom and reveals his
process for rendering gesture and
motion—which lends drawings a
feeling of life and energy.

Stock your shelves with the
resource that teaches artists to
capture the identity and sense
of a seascape. With this dynamic
new resource, your customers
will get an exclusive look into
a master’s process, including
essential plein air and studio
instruction, and learn to apply
expert techniques in their work.

Give your customers tools to
take their pieces further and
go beyond the preset ideas
of painting en plain air with
Marcia’s unique approaches to
choosing location, enriching color,
depicting detail, and more.

Stock your shelves with essential
drawing techniques every artist
should know in this full-hour
lesson with two-year artist
choice-award winner Susan Lyon.
Viewers will learn how to improve
their skills for any medium with
these step-by-step drawing
how-tos.

1 disk, 120 min
Product code: 12AA04
ISBN 978-1-59668-691-5, $39.95
Available June 2012

1 disk, 94 min
Product code: 11AA12
ISBN 978-1-59668-447-8, $29.95

Host: Don Demers

Host: Dan Thompson

take this Master class With
expert Watercolorist Mary Whyte
Well knoWn Watercolorist Mary Whyte takes you inside her

With Mastering Watercolor Portraiture with Mary Whyte, you’ll learn:
to get started and compose
a strong composition with a focal point
skin, hair, and clothes;
and how to capture the character of your model
for drawing and painting, painting multiple
figures, creating a background for your painting, and more!

P h 
oW to use a thuMbnail sketch

P h 
oW to Paint the eyes and Mouth,
P t 
iPs and techniques

Plus, Mary gives inspirational advice on making your portrait an original piece
of art while making your own mark as an artist. Mastering Watercolor Portraiture
is sure to be a treasured DVD for all aspiring and practicing watercolorists.

“Ultimately, the most important thing in a portrait
painting is not the likeness, it’s getting the character.”

—Mary Whyte

Mary Whyte has earned a national reputation for her watercolor portraits. Recognized for her
figurative paintings of the African-American women of Johns Island, South Carolina, where
she lives, Whyte’s work has been shown in numerous group and solo museum exhibitions.
Whyte’s art has been featured in several magazines, including American Artist and Watercolor,
and can be viewed at Coleman Fine Art in Charleston, South Carolina. www.colemanfineart.com

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Mastering Watercolor Portraiture with Mary Whyte

studio to paint a watercolor portrait from start to finish. You’ll see firsthand
the relationship Mary has with her models, why she chooses to paint portraits,
why watercolor is the perfect medium, and how she creates works with
emotions that capture the essence she’s trying to convey.

Host: Marcia Burtt

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 11AA05
ISBN 978-1-59668-440-9, $29.99

Host: Susan Lyon

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10AA12
ISBN 978-1-59668-275-7, $29.99

Mastering
Watercolor
Portraiture
Mary Whyte
with

Learn
How to
Capture
Your
Subject

Running time: 60:00 minutes.
This DVD is for your private home viewing only. It is not authorized for any other use.
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Mastering the
Dramatic Still Life
Host: C.W. Mundy

Now your customers can learn
to be the director that an artist
needs to be, with how-tos from
arranging subjects effectively to
managing the harmony of a piece
with C.W.’s Seven Foundational
Truths: drawing, squinting, design,
value, color, edges, and paint
manipulation.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 11AA06
ISBN 978-1-59668-441-6, $29.99

Mastering
Watercolor Portraiture
Host: Mary Whyte

Give your customers the how-tos
they need to make their mark as
a water-media artist with all the
must-knows of watercolor with
this exciting new DVD.
1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 10AA11
ISBN 978-1-59668-274-0, $29.99

Mixing Realistic
Flesh Tones

A Classical Approach
Host: Patricia Watwood
Your customers can achieve
lifelike flesh tones using awardwinning artist Patricia Watwood’s
approach to employing subtle
gradations of tones and color.
Discover the workshop that
reveals the ideal approach for
figure painters and portraitists
looking to work in a realistic
manner using a time-honored
classical technique.
1 disk, 120 min
Product code: 12AA07
ISBN 978-1-59668-694-6, $39.95
Available May 2012

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Modern Mixed Media

Host: Marshall Arisman

Artists will achieve compelling
and uniquely individual artwork
with a lesson from award-winning
illustrator Marshall Arisman. Learn
from his diverse use of traditional
art materials and common
household items and follow along
as he demonstrates the use of
various wet media, supports, and
inspirational references.
1 disk, 120 min
Product code: 12AA03
ISBN 978-1-59668-690-8, $39.95

a r t DV d s

Painting Light: The Cape
School Method

new Painting the Figure
in Acrylic

new Children’s Pastel
Portraits

Dive into the eye-opening master
workshop that changes the way
artists see color. Artists will
begin to see the world in terms
of color and light. Join renowned
colorist and instructor Camille
Przewodek in the studio for an
essential color study and learn her
best tips, including how she uses
exaggerated color notes to paint
the true light effect.

Dive into a fresh and immediate
approach to the figure in the new
workshop DVD ideal for artists
seeking to develop a painterly
or impressionistic style. Take a
lesson from master artist John K.
Harrell and learn his adaptation of
the direct or “alla-prima” method
for painting the figure using
acrylic media.

Artists will be captivated by
Wende Caporale’s portrait
painting process and learn
what it takes to create stunning
figure work in pastel. From initial
sittings to the final brushstrokes,
this instructional DVD is ideal
for portrait artists that wish to
improve their practice and build a
professional portfolio.

2 disks, 180 min
Product code: 12AA11
ISBN 978-1-59668-698-4, $49.95
Available July 2012

2 disks, 180 min
Product code: 12AA02
ISBN 978-1-59668-689-2, $49.95
Available February 2012

Portrait Painting Duo

Visual Concepts
in Still Life

Watercolor Portraits
of the South

Two masters, one model: this is
a must-see painter’s duel your
customers won’t want to miss.
Give them the chance to advance
their skills and their artwork with
essential art instruction from top
oil painting artists.

Give your customers the
opportunity to learn everything
they need to know to bring
their concepts to fruition:
develop a strong idea, select
interesting objects, and design
an eye-catching arrangement.
Join featured Weekend with
the Masters instructor Sherrie
McGraw in the studio for an
essential still life painting
workshop.

With this highly anticipated DVD,
artists will step into best-selling
artist Mary Whyte’s studio and
be a part of the life behind the
acclaimed artist’s work. They will
discover all that goes into Mary’s
impactful artwork with a look at
her full approach to creating a
piece, including highlights from
her painting process.

Host: Camille Przewodek

1 disk, 67 min
Product code: 11AA26
ISBN 978-1-59668-687-8, $29.95

new Perspective for
Realistic Painting

host: patrick connors

Introducing the must-have
workshop that will teach artists
the skills necessary to deepen
dimension and create artwork as
multidimensional as real life! Top
realist painter Patrick Connors
reveals his secrets including how
to make an Albertian Veil Net
drawing and more!
2 disks, 180 min
Product code: 12AA22
ISBN 978-1-62033-036-4, $49.95
Available September 2012

host: john k. harell

Hosts: Scott Burdick
and Daniel Gerhartz

1 disk, 60 min
Product code: 11AA09
ISBN 978-1-59668-444-7, $29.99

Host: Wende Caporale

Host: Sherrie McGraw

1 disk, 76 min
Product code: 11AA27
ISBN 978-1-59668-688-5, $29.95

new Pastel Landscape
Painting

host: jane mcgrawteubner

Join top pastel artist Jane
McGraw-Teubner as she walks us
through her process for painting
an alla prima landscape in pastel.
Your customers will be captivated
by the highlights from her
painting process.
2 disks, 180 min
Product code: 12AA21
ISBN 978-1-62033-025-8, $49.95
Available August 2012

Host: Mary Whyte

1 disk, 120 min
Product code: 11AA24
ISBN 978-1-59668-684-7, $39.95

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Adnum, Heidi, 14, 69
Alderman, Sharon, 25
Allen, Pam, 14, 19, 20, 21
Amos, Alden, 24, 62
Andinsson, Ewa K., 5
Armstrong, Dale “Cougar,” 74
Andum, Heidi, 14, 69
Arisman, Marshall, 92
Ash, Bethan, 10
Atkins, Robin, 69
Atkinson, Jennie, 16
Baker, Arlene, 70
Balzar, Julie Fei-fan, 57, 58
Bara, Brett, 7
Barnes, C. June, 26
Barta, Melinda, 66, 71, 73, 81, 82
Bateman, Sharon, 71
Bell, Fiona, 29
Berk, Anne, 50
Berkebile, Janice, 81
Bernard, Wendy, 50
Blackburn, Carol, 73
Blessing, Marlene, 70, 71
Blinn, Linda, 58
Bogert, Kerry, 73, 74
Boggs, Jacey, 24
Bolton, Pokey (Patricia), 26, 56, 58
Bombardier, Jodi, 74
Bone, Elizabeth, 73
Brackmann, Holly, 28
Brant, Sharon, 16
Bresenhan, Karey Patterson, 26
Brown, Nancy, 22
Bryant, Laura, 49, 50, 60
Buchanan, Rita, 23, 61
Budd, Ann, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
Burdick, Scott, 93
Burke, Alisa, 29, 55
Burnham, Stephanie, 69
Burtt, Marcia, 92
Bush, Nancy, 15, 17, 18, 19, 49
Buzzalino, Ana, 55
Campbell, Jean, 69, 70, 72, 84
Cannarella, Deborah, 69
Caporale, Wende, 93
Carey, Jacqui, 27
Carriker, Pam, 27, 57, 87
Casey, Maggie, 24, 60, 61
Chachula, Robyn, 21, 23, 52
Chandler, Deborah, 25

Chandler, Linda, 72, 74
Chin, Lily M., 20, 51, 52
Chinchio, Connie Chang, 20
Christoffersson, Britt-Marie, 20
Clarke, Amy C., 69
Cleary, Faith, 56
Coleman-Hale, Rashida, 29
Connors, Patrick, 93
Cook, Jeannette, 70
Cooper, Candie, 85
Cotterill, Wendy, 28
Crane, Debbie, 28
CRK Design, 6, 12, 21, 69
Crocket, Candace, 24
Cypher, Carol Huber, 73
Davenport, Betty Linn, 25
Dean, David, 70
Delaney, Barbara, 27
DeMartin, Jon
Demers, Don, 92
Dickerson, Jane, 70, 72
Dixon, Anne, 25
Doerman, Melanie, 64
Doran, Diane Rusin, 54
Dougherty, Karen, 73
Driggs, Helen, 82, 84, 85
Druchunas, Donna, 51
Drury, Rebecca, 28
Drury, Yvonne, 28
Dubrawsky, Malka, 26
Dunnewold, Jane, 27, 56
Durant, Judith, 69
Eaton, Jan, 21
Eklow, Robbi Joy, 26
Elisha, Dorit, 28
Elkins, Maria, 55
Emerson, Jayne, 23
Endo, Yasuko, 12
Epstein, Nicky, 19
Erickson, Lexi, 83, 84
Eurto, Lorelei, 70
Feitelson, Ann, 14
Fingal, Jamie, 56
Finmark, Sharon, 86, 87
Fischer, Dea, 58
Fitzgerald, Diane, 69, 74
Flint, India, 23
Ford, Steven, 85
Forte, Katina, 80
Fournier, Jane, 24
Fournier, Nola, 24

Fox, Danielle, 73
Franquemont, Abby, 24, 61, 62
Frantzen, Rose, 91
Freedline, Layne, 85
Fretz, Bill, 83
Fulkerson, Jeff, 85
Garland, Claire, 17
Gaustad, Stephenie, 62
Gerhartz, Daniel, 93
Gering, Jacquie, 26
Gibson, Liesl, 57
Gipson, Liz, 25, 62
Glassenberg, Abigail Patner, 28
Glendening, Candy, 55
Gover, Kim, 71
Gnagy, Mathew, 18, 51
Grabowski, Kerr, 54
Griffin-Grimes, Kristeen, 2, 15
Grutzeck, Laura, 17
Guy, Lucinda, 3, 19
Habit, Franklin, 17
Hacker, Katie, 72, 80
Haigh, Janet, 27
Hall, Isobel, 27
Harding, Louisa, 18, 19
Harell, John K., 93
Harrison, Hazel, 87
Haxell, Kate, 16, 22
Heaser, Sue, 67
Hedley, Gwen, 27
Hettmansperger, Mary, 55, 58, 85
Hill, Rosemary, 71
Hiraiwa, Natsuno, 29
Hogsett, Jamie, 70, 71, 74
Holmes, Cas, 27
Holmes, Val, 28, 87
Høxbro, Vivian, 14, 17, 49
Huff, Mary Scott, 19
Hurst, Nicola, 74
Irwin, Bobbie, 24
Irwin, Laura, 14
Isager, Marianne, 14, 16, 17
Jang, Eunny, 17, 49, 50
Jenison, Leslie Tucker, 54
Jinzenji, Yoshiko, 26
Johansson, Ingalill, 5
Jones, Linda, 72
Jones, Liz, 72
Kandis, Mags, 15, 16
Karon, Karen, 65
Kartus, Lisa, 17

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Kazmer, Susan Lenart, 73
Keele, Wendy, 20
Kelley, Courtney, 4, 20, 51
Kelly, Lisa Niven, 73
Kendall, Tracy, 23
Kennedy, Norman, 61
Khmeleva, Galina, 16, 63
Kim, Waejong, 71
Kinard, Lyric, 26
Klein, Barry, 50
Knapp, Susan Brubaker, 55
Knight, Erika, 16, 22
Knisely, Tom, 62
Koshizen, Yuka, 28
Krawczyk, Lynn 56
Kudlow, Judith, 91
Kuei, Hsiu-Lan, 29
LaBarre, Melissa, 19, 21
LaFazio, Jane, 58
Lair, Cindy, 62
Lamb, Sara, 25
Lambert, Eva, 23
Lareau, Mark, 69, 72
Lareau, Vicki, 73
Lawson, Jim, 82
Levaas, Laura, 69
Lewandowski, Marcia, 15
Liberace, Rob, 91
Lodinsky, Heather, 14, 21
Loving, Katrina, 57
Lyon, Susan, 92
MacDonald, Cecily Glowik, 19, 21
Mackenzie, Judith, 60, 61, 62, 63
Mann, Elise, 69
Marchington, Julie, 15
Martin, Judy, 87
Mason, Jenn, 59
Maynard, Lynda, 29
McCuin, Judith MacKenzie, 24
McElwee, Meg, 29
McGraw, Sherrie, 93
McGraw-Teubner, Jane, 93
McKinnon, Kate, 72, 73
Meldrum, Carol, 15
Menz, Deb, 23, 60, 61, 70
Merrick, Kathy, 21
Merrow, Anne, 15, 17
Miller, Sharilyn, 70, 74
Monday, Susie, 59
Moore, Amy Clarke, 24
Moore, Jennifer, 25, 60

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Mucklestone, Mary Jane, 14
Mundy, C. W., 92
Myers, Lisa R., 17
Nagumo, Rie, 71
Nelson-Smith, Rachel, 73
Newbold, Jacqueline, 57
Nishida, Midori, 6, 21, 69
North, Symeon, 24
Oberle, Cheryl, 15, 17
Omdahl, Kristin, 8, 19, 22, 23, 52
Osborn, Kate Gagnon, 4, 20, 51
Otsuka, Ayako, 29
Pace, Maggie, 23
Paden, Shirley, 19
Patrick, Jane, 25, 63
Partridge, Erin, 59
Peck, Denise, 69, 72, 74, 81, 84
Pedersen, Katie, 26
Pelletier, Sue, 59
Perez, Judy Coates, 54
Perkins, Kelli, 28, 56
Phillips, Paula, 58
Plumlee, Scott David, 82
Power, Jean, 81
Prater, Cheryl, 28
Prato, Cate Coulacos, 27, 28
Przewodek, Camille, 93
Pulvermakher, Anna, 71
Radford, Leigh, 20
Rhoades, Carol, 61
Richbourg, Kate Ferrant, 68
Ritchey, Christine, 72, 74
Robson, Deborah, 61
Rogalski, Leslie, 81
Russo, Robin, 60
Saito, Yoko, 9
Samsøe, Lene Holme, 14, 15
Scott, Mary Ann, 87
Seecharran, Vannetta, 71
Seiffert, Jennifer E., 15
Selby, Margo, 24
Serafini, Sherry, 81
Sersich, Stephanie, 71
Seymour, Claudia, 91
Shinn, Carol, 27
Shroyer, Lisa, 14, 18
Shufu To Seikatsu Sha, 29
Siegel, Erin, 70
Simmons, Erika, 22
Simmons, Monika, 22
Singer, Amy, 19

Slater, Ray, 27
Smith, Marcy, 21, 52
Sokol, Dawn Devries, 57
Square, Vicki, 15, 17, 18, 49, 50
Star, Vicki, 70
Stevens, Margaret, 87
Stoner, Amy, 58
Stove, Margaret, 21, 62
Strawn, Susan, 51
Strickler, Carol, 25
Sulcoski, Carol, 17, 18
Swartz, Judith L., 16, 22
Tarasovich-Clark, Mercedes, 49
Tate, Elizabeth, 87
Taylor, Beryl, 28, 56, 58
TenDyke, Kristen, 1
Testa, Melanie, 26, 56
Thompson, Dan, 91, 92
Thornton, Cynthia, 71
Trager, Judith, 54
Trout, Diana, 59
van der Hoogt, Madelyn, 63
Van der Linden, Stephanie, 14
Van Horn, Larkin Jean, 70
Vasbinder, Nicole, 13
Vogel, Lynne, 20, 24
Wackler, Lew, 82
Waddell, Tricia, 57
Wasinger, Susan, 29
Watanabe, Sato, 29
Waterman, Martha, 20
Waterston, Elin, 54
Watwood, Patricia, 92
Wedekind, Dustin, 72
Weltman, Ronna Sarvas, 69
Werker, Kim, 21, 22
Whyte, Mary, 92, 93
Wick, Kristal, 71, 84
Wight, Lea Colie, 91
Wisbrun, Laurie, 11
Wiseman, Nancie M., 19, 22, 50, 71,
72
Woolf, Daniella, 27, 87
Wynter, Chris, 91
Yamase, Koko, 28
Young, Anastasia, 72, 74
Zimmerman, Kathy, 49

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100 Beaded Jewelry Designs, 69
101 Bracelets, Necklaces, and
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101 Stitches to Crochet: The
Harmony Guides, 22
101 Stitches to Knit: The Harmony
Guides, 16
101 Wire Earrings, 69
150 Knit & Crochet Motifs, 14, 21
200 Braids to Twist, Knot, Loop, or
Weave, 27
200 Crochet Blocks for Blankets,
Throws, and Afghans, 21
200 Fair Isle Motifs, 14
500 Acrylic Mixes, 86
600 Watercolor Mixes, 87
Alden Amos Big Book of
Handspinning, The, 24
All New Homespun Handknit, 24
All Wired Up, 69
Alla Prima Portraiture DVD, 91
American Artist Collection CDs, 90
American Artist Guide to Painting
Techniques, 87
American Artist Magazine, 88
American Artist Workshop: Guide
to Professional Practices Special
Issue, 89
Ancient Modern, 69
Around the World in Knitted
Socks, 14
Art + Quilt, 26
Art at the Speed of Life, 27, 87
Art Cloth, 27
Art of Fair Isle Knitting, The, 14
Art of Forgotten Things, The, 64
Art of Grisaille Painting DVD, 91
Art of Painting Flowers in
Oil DVD, The, 91
Artful Bird, The, 28
Baby Blueprint Crochet, 21
Bag Style, 14
Bags with Paper and Stitch, 27
Basic Crochet Stitches: The
Harmony Guides, 22
Bead Directory, The, 69
Bead Embroidery Stitch Samples, 12
Beaded Edge, The, 21, 69
Beaded Edge 2, The, 6,
Beaded Embellishment, 69

Beaded Garden, The, 69
Beader’s Companion Revised, The, 69
Beader’s Stash, 69
Beading for the Soul, 69
Beading in the Native American
Tradition, 70
Beading on Fabric, 70
Beading with Peyote Stitch, 70
Beads, Baubles and Jewels Series
DVDs, 80
Beads in Bloom, 70
Beadwork Collection CDs, 77
Beadwork Magazine, 75
Beadwork Creates Jewelry, 70
Beadwork Designer of the Year
Series DVDs, 81
Beadwork Presents Favorite Bead
Stitches Special Issue, 76
Beadwork: Peyote Stitch Basics and
Beyond DVD, 81
Best of Interweave Crochet, The, 21
Best of Knitscene, The, 14
Best of Quilting Arts, The, 26
Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry
Special Issue, 76
Big and Lofty Yarns DVD, 60
Blueprint Crochet, 21
Bohemian-Inspired Jewelry, 70
Botanical Sketchbook, 87
Boutique Knits, 14
Cables & Arans: The Harmony
Guides, 16
Card Weaving, 24
Carry Me, 28
Chain Maille Jewelry Workshop, 65
Chain Style, 70
Children’s Pastel Portraits DVD, 93
Classic Knits, 14
Classical Painting DVD, 91
Clever Crocheted Accessories, 7
Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists, 27
Cloth Paper Scissors Book, The, 27
Cloth Paper Scissors Collection
CDs, 40
Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine, 31
Cloth Paper Scissors PAGES Special
Issue, 34
Cloth Paper Scissors Workshop
DVDs, 57, 58, 59
Color and Texture in Weaving, 24
Color and Yarn Design for Spinners
DVD, 60

Color Essentials DVD, 91
Color on Color, 27
Color Style, 14
Color Works, 23, 70
Color Works for Spinners DVD, 60
Colored Stone 2009-2010 Collection
CD, 78
Colorwork Stitches: The Harmony
Guides, 16
Combing Fiber DVD, 60
Complete Guide to Natural Dyeing,
The, 23
Complete Painter’s Handbook, The
Special Issue, 89
Contemporary Copper Jewelry +
DVD, 70
Crafter’s Guide to Taking Great
Photos, The, 14, 69
Create Jewelry Crystals, 70
Create Jewelry Glass, 70
Creative Jewelry 2005-2011
Collection CD, 78
Create Jewelry Pearls, 70
Create Jewelry Stones, 71
Creative Quilting, 26
Crochet Edgings and Trims: The
Harmony Guide, 22
Crochet in Color, 21
Crochet Jewelry, 71
Crochet Me, 21
Crochet Me Workshop DVDs, 52
Crochet So Fine, 22
Crochet Stitch Motifs: The Harmony
Guides, 22
Crochet Traditions Special Issue, 33
Crochet with Wire, 22, 71
Crocheter’s Companion, The, 22
Crocheter’s Handy Guide to Yarn
Requirements (20 pack), The, 22
Custom Cool Jewelry, 71
Cut-Up Couture, 28
Designing Jewelry with Glass
Beads, 71
Designing Jewelry with
Semiprecious Beads, 71
Domino Knitting, 14
DoodleBeads DVD, 81
DoodleBeads Volume 2 DVD, 81
Double Stitch, 22
Doubleweave Basics DVD, 60
Doubleweave Pick-up DVD, 60
Drafting DVD, 61

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Drawing Collection CDs, 90
Drawing Magazine, 88
Drawing the Figure in Motion
DVD, 91
Drawn to Stitch, 27
Dressmaker’s Handbook of Couture
Sewing Techniques, The, 29
Dyeing in the Kitchen DVD, 61
Dyer’s Garden, A, 23
Dynamic Charcoal Drawing Lessons
DVD, 91
Easy Electroforming for Jewelry
DVD, 81
Easy Jewelry Chain Making DVD, 81
Easy Wire 2007-2010 Collection
CD, 78
Easy Wire Special Issue, 76
Eco Colour, 23
Elements of Style, 71
Embellish Me, 11
Encaustic Studio, The, 27, 87
Enchanted Adornments, 71
Encyclopedia of Contemporary
Jewelry Making Techniques,
The, 71
Enlightened Polymer Clay, 71
Essentially Feminine Knits, 14
Exploring Dimensional Quilt Art, 26
Fabricate, 29
Fabulous Fabric Beads, 71
Favorite Socks, 15
Fearless Knitting Workbook, 15
Felt Forward, 23
Feminine Knits, 15
Fiber Artist’s Guide to Color
DVD, A, 60
Figure Drawing I: Anatomy of the
Head DVD, 91
Figure Drawing II: The Gesture
DVD, 92
Findings & Finishings, 71
Finer Edge, The, 8
Finish-Free Knits, 1
Folk Hats, 15
Folk Knitting in Estonia, 15
Folk Mittens, 15
Folk Shawls, 15
Folk Socks Updated Edition, 15
Folk Style, 15
Found Object in Textile Art, The, 27
Free Expression, 26
Freestyle Machine Embroidery, 27

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French Girl Knits, 15
French Girl Knits Accessories, 2
Fresh Quilting, 26
Funky Knits, 15
Gemstone Settings, 72
Gentle Art of Plying DVD, The, 61
Get Spun, 24
Getting Started Knitting Socks, 15
Getting Started Making Metal
Jewelry, 72
Getting Started Making Wire
Jewelry and More, 72
Getting Started on a Drop Spindle
DVD, 61
Getting Started Stringing Beads, 72
Getting Started with Seed Beads, 72
Gifted, 16
Gossamer Webs Design Collection,
The, 16
Growing Up Sew Liberated, 29
Handcrafted Jewelry Special
Issue, 76
Handcrafted Wire Findings, 72
Handknit Romance, A, 16
Hands On Rigid Heddle Weaving, 25
Handspinning Rare Wools DVD, 61
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