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Indulge your needlework passion with this new book in the Inspirations Passion Collector series.

'Factoria VII' tells the story of beautiful, sophisticated needlework in a rustic hide-away cottage.
12 extraordinary needlework projects.
1 unified aesthetic.
A new adventure awaits…

Compelled by our belief that every stitched piece has a story to tell, for the second book in our Passion Collectors' Series we sought a location that would become part of the story-telling process.

Factoria VII is a history-rich, rustic cottage with interior furnishings that have been curated with as much love and care as the needlework projects themselves. A wonderful union with endless possibilities.

A Passion for Needlework | Factoria VII is the ultimate coffee table book and how-to guide for any discerning needlework artisan, this 192 page publication features a hard cover with linen binding, gold foil, ribbon book mark, premium quality print and a pocket for convenient storage of the pattern sheets.

All projects include our world leading step-by-step instructions complete with detailed diagrams, how-to guides, expert tips and tricks and illustrated stitching glossary.

Featured Projects

'A Passion For Needlework | Factoria VII' features the following projects:
• Flower Pots by Ana Mallah
Gorgeous trinket pots embellished with exquisite stumpwork flowers
• Jacobean Hunt by Phillipa Turnbull
Magnificent crewel design filled with dynamic motifs
• Red Currants by Julie Kniedl
Luscious threedimensional berries and leaves worked with fine, wool threads
• Le Magnolia by Catherine Laurencon
Stunning threadpainted magnolia worked in vibrant colours on linen
• Versailles Chatelaine by Susan O'Connor
Elegant silk needlebook with a monogram, pinwheel, scissor sheath and fob
• Reticella Sampler by Christine P. Bishop
Italian cutwork needlelace designs from the 14th and 15th centuries
• Winter Sunset by Hazel Blomkamp
Glorious surface embroidery with gentle colours and textures
• Leaping Hare by Barbara Kershaw
Pretty linen sachet with a leaping hare worked in Casalguidi embroidery
• Edinburgh Etui by Betsy Morgan
Charming etui and accessories with counted work and surface embroidery
• The Linnet by Nicola Jarvis
Enchanting silk and goldwork bird, adorned with a sparkling crown
• Blackwell Roundel by Jenny Adin-Christie
Graceful Arts and Crafts inspired motifs in a range of techniques using silk and metal threads
• Bee-Eaters by Renette Kumm
Superb threadpainted study of European bee-eaters