This month's theme is Fairies, Magic and Fantasy, heavy on the Halloween, of course. 128 pages packed with articles, galleries, tutorials, and miniature news. I really enjoyed the gallery of witch hats, and Jean Day's article on Fairy Illustrators. I also got a real kick out of Francesca Cavernuccio's 1:44-scale fruit & veggie homes featured in "Smaller Scales: Harvest & Halloween." Also, on the list of Things I Want: Vicky Guile's awesome pumpkin candelabra (you can see it in the "Potion-ology in Practice" article on page 55.)
Free projects this month: a 1:48-scale crocheted cardigan & cap, a crocheted lace table cloth (1:12 & 1:24), 1:144-scale crystal chandelier, and a sailor blouse. There are also plenty of Halloween goodies like no-sew cushions, an adorable "peeking" hat, a smaller-scale Halloween tree, and glamorous witchy clothing.
Special thanks this month to assistant editor Vicky Guile for filling in for editor Bea Broadwood. Great job, Vicky!
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Midnight Ghost! scene by Cristina Caballero