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Rged items that bring helpful positive energy into your home and your life Magical Needlework offers descriptions of twelve different embroidery stitches nine magically symbolic patchwork designs and twenty eight crochet and knitting stitches to help you turn even the most mundane craft projects into magical masterpieces Along with an overview of the origins and folklore associated with each of the crafts in this book and an introducti. Basic Concept Various crafty projects for those who are also CraftyI liked many of the projects in this book but have only completed one a Blessed Be cross stitch that really caught my eye It turned out lovely Some of the projects look overly simple almost childish to me so I don't know how many of them will ever be completed but there are a lot that look fun or modifiable to be sophisticated ServSafe ManagerBook with Answer Sheet (7th Edition) your home and Low Life & High Life your life Magical Needlework offers descriptions of twelve different embroidery stitches nine magically symbolic patchwork designs and twenty eight crochet and knitting stitches to help Book of the Fallen (Requiem, you turn even the most mundane craft projects into magical masterpieces Along with an overview of the origins and folklore associated with each of the crafts in this book and an introducti. Basic Concept Various crafty projects for those who are also CraftyI liked many of the projects in this book but have only completed one a Blessed Be cross stitch that really caught my eye It turned out lovely Some of the projects look overly simple almost childish to me so I don't know how many of them will ever be completed but there are a lot that look fun or modifiable to be sophisticated

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Explore the amazing versatility of the magical arts of needlecraft with thirty five original projects and patterns in Magical Needlework by Dorothy Morrison Whether you do knitting cross stitch or other common techniues Magical Needlework will not only show you magical patterns but the underlying magic of each movement and stitch so that all of your needlework becomes magical The projects in this book will help you create magically cha. Magical Needlework 1 56718 470 7To date I have found about three guides on Wiccan craft projects and these guides are all fairly disappointing; this one is definitely the most disappointing of them all I was really excited about this book I am an avid cross stitcher and uilter and own several books on each I'm not much of a seamstress but I'm learning and I love what I've learned so far I really couldn't wait to get my hands on this book and start making Wiccan bed spreads and Wiccan cross stitch wall hangingsI really wish I'd saved my money This is a very lazy effort put together hastily and with no respect for the customer The section on uilting absolutely infuriates me the author shows nine only nine uilt blocks and explains their significance to Wicca The deep significance being that the Texas Star looks like a pentagram the Eight Pointed Star was the symbol of Ishtar and the Pandora's Box is named after well Pandora's Box After these three sentence explanations the author doesn't even bother teaching the reader how to piece these blocks together There are no patterns no sizes no instructions nothing than here's a picture uilt it I have many many uilting books and none of them would ever consider describing a uilt block in this ridiculously lazy manner Every single book would at least instruct the reader in what order to piece the pieces what size they should be where to cut along the bias and so forth I seriously doubt that the author of this book has ever uilted anything at allThe section on cross stitching is just as bad The major cross stitch picture included a goddess clutching the earth to herself is very rudimentary and includes no color chart whatsoever There aren't even color pictures in the book by the way I guess you can just cross stitch the entire North American continent as one uniform shade of green but I was hoping for color depth and subtlety not a kid's coloring book This lack of effort in a pattern is absolutely insulting The rest of the projects here are forgettable or insulting The Norse Amulet project is as follows Get a piece of Aida cross stitch material Cut it into a circle Stitch a rune in the center of the circle Hang the cloth circle from some yarn Wear yarn amulet proudly to work or play I don't think I need to defend my irritation at being told that it's normal for a grown woman to wear yarn necklaces to work This is the sort of stuff I made in Sunday School as a kid substitute cross for rune and voila and it's insulting that this is being packaged as one of 35 adult Wiccan projectsIf you are a pagan parent and you're just desperate for a Wiccan Sunday School Project this book is a decent resource as long as you don't mind spending the money If you are a pagan adult who really likes needlework and expects a level of respect and professionalism try Polson's Witch Crafts It's not a remarkably good craft book but it is detailed than this one Ana Mardoll Mefie Toi, Gone you do knitting cross stitch or other common techniues Magical Needlework will not only show Angels and Outcasts you magical patterns but the underlying magic of each movement and stitch so that all of The Spirit of Open Adoption your needlework becomes magical The projects in this book will help How Bizarre you create magically cha. 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  1. says:

    Magical Needlework 1 56718 470 7To date I have found about three guides on Wiccan craft projects and these guides are all fairly disappointing; this one is definitely the most disappointing of them all I was really excited about this book I am an avid cross stitcher and uilter and own several books on each I'm not much of a seamstress but I'm learning and I love what I've learned so far I really couldn't wait to get my hands on this book and start making Wiccan bed spreads and Wiccan cross stitch wall hangingsI really wish I'd saved my money This is a very lazy effort put together hastily and with no respect for the customer The section on uilting absolutely infuriates me the author shows nine only nine uilt blocks and explains their significance to Wicca The deep significance being that the Texas Star looks like a pentagram the Eight Pointed Star was the symbol of Ishtar and the Pandora's Box is named after well Pandora's Box After these three sentence explanations the author doesn't even bother teaching the reader how to piece these blocks together There are no patterns no sizes no instructions nothing than here's a picture uilt it I have many many uilting books and none of them would ever consider describing a uilt block in this ridiculously lazy manner Every single book would at least instruct the reader in what order to piece the pieces what size they should be where to cut along the bias and so forth I seriously doubt that the author of this book has ever uilted anything at allThe section on cross stitching is just as bad The major cross stitch picture included a goddess clutching the earth to herself is very rudimentary and includes no color chart whatsoever There aren't even color pictures in the book by the way I guess you can just cross stitch the entire North American continent as one uniform shade of green but I was hoping for color depth and subtlety not a kid's coloring book This lack of effort in a pattern is absolutely insulting The rest of the projects here are forgettable or insulting The Norse Amulet project is as follows Get a piece of Aida cross stitch material Cut it into a circle Stitch a rune in the center of the circle Hang the cloth circle from some yarn Wear yarn amulet proudly to work or play I don't think I need to defend my irritation at being told that it's normal for a grown woman to wear yarn necklaces to work This is the sort of stuff I made in Sunday School as a kid substitute cross for rune and voila and it's insulting that this is being packaged as one of 35 adult Wiccan projectsIf you are a pagan parent and you're just desperate for a Wiccan Sunday School Project this book is a decent resource as long as you don't mind spending the money If you are a pagan adult who really likes needlework and expects a level of respect and professionalism try Polson's Witch Crafts It's not a remarkably good craft book but it is detailed than this one Ana Mardoll


  2. says:

    Basic Concept Various crafty projects for those who are also CraftyI liked many of the projects in this book but have only completed one a Blessed Be cross stitch that really caught my eye It turned out lovely Some of the projects look overly simple almost childish to me so I don't know how many of them will ever be completed but there are a lot that look fun or modifiable to be sophisticated


  3. says:

    Good instruction and directions for crafting sewing knitting crochet embroidery etcMagic part and patterns is wicca


  4. says:

    I have completed many crafts from this book i loved it