Issue 55 has hit the shops – grab your copy today! You can download the free templates and sewing patterns from issue 55 to print out at home below. Just print out the PDFs at 100% and then get your cutting scissors at the ready! Note: these pattern sheets don’t include The Leila Dress, The Kelham Skirt… Continue reading
Whatever adventures your summer brings, make sure you fit in some quality sewing time! We’ve filled issue 55 with easy-sew wardrobe and home updates with a summery vibe (including 3 paper patterns!), from a jersey wrap dress and staple A-line skirt to a fold-up tote (perfect for picnics!) and boho bedroom makeover.
If you love to sew and are looking to up your dressmaking (or home sewing) game, treat yourself and subscribe today! We’ll send you this modern fabric bundle worth £42.
Sew your new favourite summer dress! The Leila Dress is a comfy T-shirt style sewing pattern with a tie belt and faux wrap detail for easy wear.
Enter today for your chance to win a brand new Janome M200 QDC computerised sewing machine.
Win an amazing £120 bundle beautiful jersey fabrics from Girl Charlee. Think of all the dresses and tops you could make with this lot!
Phew we’re still recovering from last night’s Great British Sewing Bee final. No YOU shed a tear when 34-year-old Juliet Uzor scooped this year’s crown. After wowing us with 8 weeks of ridiculous next-level sewing, she’s definitely earned the Queen Bee prize. We meet up with Juliet to talk about her time on the show…
Make your own toys for yourself or as gifts for loved ones big and small with the Beginner’s Guide to Toy Making, a fabulous collection of projects by designer and maker, Jo Carter.
True to their name, invisible zips are barely visible from the right side of the garment and so are ideal for giving dresses and skirts a neat finish. Follow these steps to add one to your next project.
We’ve seen wriggle dresses, pussy bow blouses, marvellous maxis and kids fancy dress… if you’re itching to stitch the garments you’ve seen on screen during the Great British Sewing Bee season 5, read on…