Fantastically fun and friendly bi-monthly approach to the wonderful hobby of machine embroidery from the USA, Creative Machine Embroidery magazine is full of enough ideas and projects to keep you occupied till the next issue comes out.
Inside you’ll find well illustrated and thoroughly explained projects to try at home – from making bags, aprons and pincushions to even making a beautiful jacket! There is also a section devoted to basic training, making this a perfect read for beginners or those looking to pick up a new craft, along with tips and tricks, fashion trends in embroidery and the best products to pick up.
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It seems that hobbies and crafts are things that transcend national boundaries, if Creative Machine Embroidery is anything to go by. When we first got handed this magazine from our sourcing department with barely a word, we instantly assumed that it was a UK magazine, following so well the style and tone of the excellent UK magazines there are on the market that cover this sort of thing.
Well, as we flicked through the magazine something started to feel a little off in our assumptions. Things weren’t quite spelled right, the odd ‘u’ missing from words like ‘colour’, maybe an extra ‘z’ here and there where there should be an ‘s’. It was a relief then to find out that this was simply because the magazine hails from the sunny world of Florida USA (also known as the sunshine state), rather than us losing our minds.
We think that there is quite the advantage to having a magazine from the US in your collection of hobby and craft publications. Not only are you going to get access to a whole range of different designs from American creators that haven’t found their way across the Atlantic, you get a magazine with a sunny and cheerful perspective on life, something that's a nice occasional anti-dote to the perpetual grey drizzle to be found in our fair land. NB