In Issue #10, By Hand Serial travels to Montana’s Big Sky Country, from Bozeman’s Paradise Valley to Flathead and Swan Lakes, from Glacier National Park to Swan Lake, and from Missoula’s Bitterroot Valley to the peaks of the Sapphire Mountains.
The artists who have chosen to make their homes here love their place deeply and passionately, and that love is reflected in what they create. Join them in exploring Montana through the eyes of a scratch sourdough bread baker; a father and son team who has built wooden canoes by hand for almost fifty years; textile, yarn, fiber, and macrame artists; a sewist who creates rugged bags built for adventure from waxed canvas and Pendleton wools; and a jeweler who uses reclaimed metal and stones mined from the earth to create unique pieces of wearable art.
The patterns and projects in By Hand Serial Lookbook No. 10 are all inspired by the hues and textures of Montana’s landscapes, and the western style of the region.
You’ll also find a recipe for Autumn Panzanella, a ma.crame plant hanger project that is suitable even for beginners, and project buckets sewn with Pendleton’s Native American-inspired fabrics
- a Ravelry download will come with the magazine -