Errata: Issue 42’s patchwork cushion

Oops! We’ve spotted an error in issue 42’s hunter’s star patchwork cushion cutting out instructions.

Download issue 34’s free patterns

Simply Sewing issue 34 cover large

Issue 34 has hit the shops – If you don’t want to cut up your pattern sheet, you can download your free templates from issue 34 to print at home.

How to sew bunny egg cosies

How to make bunny egg cosies

Hop to it! Fill your breakfast table with instant Easter cheer by stitching up Kajsa Kinsella’s Easter bunny egg cosies. They’re quick to whip up an all you need is some felt, thread and ribbon. This is a great little project if you’re looking for  ideas for kids Easter crafts ideas to keep little fingers busy in the school holidays. Depending… Continue reading

Quick-sew party coasters tutorial

Quick sew party coasters

Let your coasters do the talking with some cheerful stitched-on slogans. A spot of simple embroidery is all you need for a party-table talking point. Chin chin! This is the third in our series of free blog birthday party projects to celebrate issue 27 and two years of Simply Sewing magazine. Read on for Rebecca Reid’s free tutorial for how to make… Continue reading

How to sew fabric letters

How to sew fabric letters

Spruce up shelves and surfaces with these nifty DIY fabric letters! We’ll talk you through how to sew letters, step-by-step, with this easy tutorial by Rebecca Reid. This free project is a taster from our special collection of 101 Home Sewing Ideas – featuring the best of Simply Sewing‘s home sewing projects from our archive, hand picked by… Continue reading

How to make bunting from denim scraps

How to refashion denim bunting

We’re delighted to bring you the last in our series of posts to mark The Refashioners 2016. In this final free sewing project, Jessica Entwistle gives traditional triangle bunting a bright denim makeover with miniature flags and a clever appliqué twist. Designer Jessica says: “Beautiful blue bunting, adorned with colourful birds – what’s not to… Continue reading

How to make scissor keeps

How to make scissor keeps

Are we the only ones that somehow constantly lose our favourite fabric scissors? We’ve come up with the perfect way to keep your scissors safe (and prevent well-meaning family members from accidentally using them to cut wrapping paper or sellotape) – by making a stylish scissor keep to store them in style! Read on to find our step-by-step tutorial for how to… Continue reading