There are 10 beautiful projects in this issue. Let's start with the project on the front cover, Chrysanthemums, which gives ribbon embroidery a whole new dimension. The Cherub Swing is designed by Judith Coombe and will look delightful hanging from a cabinet or wall. Cock of the Walk regally struts his stuff, decked out in his finest feathers. Autumn Fall is an exquisite piece of stumpwork where the leaves literally jump off the fabric. Read about Yarns Artwork in silk crafted by a community with passion and purpose. Peach Tree and Bird is bright and cheerful, sure to lift anyone's mood. Rose & Tulip Sewing Caddie is a wonder Brazilian embroidery design that could be used on a notebook, photo album, needle book or even framed. Read about the Newcastle Branch of the Embroiderers' Guild NSW. The Drumming Clown would be a perfect companion for the Owl and the Pussy Cat featured in Vol 19 No 6. Spring Morning Handtowel is a delicate design that adds elegance to a guest's bathroom. Blackwork Butterfly looks stunning whether on a box lid, a pillow or framed. Add a touch of Romance to your fabric box top. 82 pages with pull-out diagrams and charts.