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Hello and welcome to my needlecraft site

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My name is Mary How. I hope you find my web site of interest to you. This page contains details about myself. New Needlecraft

New Needlecraft
Table Runner
Apr 21
Cushion Cover
Dec 28
Cushion Cover
Dec 28
Small Teddies
Nov 19
Cushion Cover
Oct 22
Cushion Cover
Oct 22
Cushion Cover
Oct 22
Rucksack Front
Aug 12
Cushion Cover
Jul 31
To view my needlecraft, please click on one of the menu options at the top of this page. My needlecraft includes rag dolls,
soft toys, dresses, quilts and crochet. Apart from this, I have a page on how to make a sectional ball (complete with pattern), and a page containing links to other needlecraft sites.

I have been involved in needlecraft all my adult life, and have many years of experience in different types of needlecraft, including patchwork, quilting, smocking, crochet and soft toy making. I also have a City & Guilds Adult Teaching qualification in patchwork.

I live in Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, and I attend the Milton Keynes Country Market at Wolverton Community Centre, on Friday mornings. So please do come along and see the needlecraft for sale, by both myself, and other W.I members. Mary's Animal Quilt

My biggest passion is for quilting and over the years I have made a large number of quilts. I have exhibited my quilts in several national patchwork shows. They have included both modern and traditional one's. Most of them can be seen on this web site.

Over the years I have often ran evening classes in patchwork and quilting. I have also given many day and evening workshops on different needlecraft subjects.

Please browse my web site and view my work. If you are interesed in asking me to make something for you, or would like any further information about my work, then please e-mail me at the following address maryhow@metronet.co.uk.


Milton Keynes Country Market
Wolverton Community Centre
Old Bath House, Stratford Road, MK12 5RL
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