There’s nothing like the start of a new year to boost our sew-jo – that’s 365 days to fill with creative projects! And we’ve got oodles of ideas, techniques and how-tos to kick-start your year of making in issue 51, with home updates, skills-boosting makes and stylish wardrobe essentials to try. Take a look inside…… Continue reading
This month, we’re channelling the hygge vibe! Grey skies and chilly temperatures have us staying at home and spending quality time with our sewing machines – and we’ve filled issue 50 with cosy projects so you can do the same, from home makes in luxe faux fur to easy-wear winter style updates. Take a peek… Continue reading
You can never have too many snuggly knits in your wardrobe, so add another to your collection with issue 50’s Jodie Jumper pattern covergift – and our bonus Jodie Dress PDF pattern download! Yes, issue 50’s Jodie Jumper can be made as a dress too with this PDF pattern download in sizes 6-20 (US 4-18/EUR… Continue reading
Why wait until the new year to start something new? We’ve packed issue 49 with skills-boosting projects to get started on today, from a stylish unlined coat and an everyday blouse from Named’s new book, to a bouquet of rag rug blooms – and the prettiest embroidered wreath you ever did see! Take a look… Continue reading
Yes, we know it’s only October…but it’s never too early to start sewing for the festive season! If only so we can stock up on glitzy fabrics for all the party-ready makes in issue 48, from The Meghan Dress pattern with two styles to sew, to the glittery gift tags and colourful Santa sacks in… Continue reading
Whoops! In Simply Sewing magazine issue 46, there was an error in the Cami top hack on page 44.
Whoops! In Simply Sewing magazine issue 47, there was an error in the Halloween Set bunting instructions on page 76.
Whoops! In Simply Sewing magazine issue 47, there was an error in the bowling bag instructions on pages 52-54.
Leaves are turning golden brown, there’s a fresh chill in the air, and we’re getting our sewing machines at the ready – it’s time to sew for a new season!
With a packed schedule of barbecues, holidays, kids’ activities, beach days, family get-togethers, weddings and more, the summer break has us feeling in need of some R&R! Which, of course, for us means spending quality time with our sewing machine. So we’ve filled issue 46 with treat-yourself makes, from a breezy boho dress and twirly… Continue reading