Stitch Winter 2012: What's Not to Love About Sewing Accessories?

There is something so innately satisfying about sewing accessories. Most accessory projects can be completed in an afternoon, give or take an hour. You can go wild with fabric choices and color, and fit is not usually an issue.

We just finished sending Stitch Winter 2012 issue to the printer, and I have images of hearth- and heartwarming projects still dancing in my head. The issue theme is Get Cozy, and included are gallery sections Hearth and Home; Wool, Wonderful Wool; Comfy Coats, and Warm Your Heart. While there's something for everyone in Stitch Winter 2012, there are definitely some standout accessories projects. Browse the gallery below to get an advance peek at some of the lovely home and fashion accessories you can find in this delightful issue:

Mod Wristlet
by Lindsay Connor
Pleated Pillow
by Kevin Kosbab
Wool Felt Pouf
by Carol Zentgraf
Cozy Wool Felt Slippers
by April Moffatt
Tweedie Owl Softie
by Amy Struckmeyer
Woolie Scarf
by MIssy Shepler
Tea Bag Cozy
by Marcia Van Oort
Turnlock Shoulder Bag
by Rose Beck
Love Mitts
by Jessica Beaudet

No need to just dream about sewing these projects. Now, you can pre-order your own copy of Stitch Winter 2102 in the Sew Daily Shop.

What project in the gallery would you vote "Most Likely to Sew?" Cast your vote on the Sew Daily blog.

Happy stitching! 

Amber Eden

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About Amber

Amber Eden is the editor of Stitch and She LOVES sewing and editing Stitch and She also loves dance, yoga, iced decaf triple espressos, and her two golden retrievers. She divides her time between Boston and New York.