Heralding the warm, sun-kissed months that bring colour to gardens and meadows, Inspirations issue 113 showcases beautiful designs from wildflowers scattered across a meadow and a tree of life set amongst alpine peaks to an ordered garden in counted work or a single, beautifully rendered rose in silk and goldwork. Also enjoy feature articles by Ansie van der Walt including: Shades of Gold with Katherine Diuguid, On the Street with Victoria Villasana and In Profile - Hanny Newton.
Window of the Blue Dragonflies by Alison Cole
Superb stumpwork panel featuring a rose, honeysuckle, thistle and pansy surrounded by dragonflies.
Woodland Strawberries by Margaret Light
Beautiful linen shoulder bag with crewel-embroidered luscious strawberries and flowers in full bloom.
Allium Meadow by Jo Butcher
A sun-kissed meadow filled with alliums and salvias growing above grasses sprinkled with cornflowers and cosmos.
Mountain Oak by Anna Scott
Stunning crewel cushion with a tree of life set among mountain peaks, worked in alpine colours.
Sweet Eglantine by Cynthia Jackson
Graceful, soft pink roses beautifully depicted with silk and metal threads.
Wedgewood by Christine P. Bishop
Blue linen stitching accessories featuring exquisite reticella embroidery.
Wildflowers by Di van Niekerk
Pretty wildflowers worked with hand-painted silk ribbon for a contemporary display.
Squarely Check by Christine Burton
Elegant pincushion with timeless flower and star motifs.