Love Sewing 72

Hooray it’s almost time for issue 72! This issue goes on sale in the UK on Thursday Sept 5th in all supermarket chains, WHSmiths and many newsagents, you can also order this issue direct from our website when it’s released – browse all our magazines for sale here – Sewing Magazine Shop. Find out where you can buy Love Sewing Magazine  using our handy storefinder.

Issue 72 comes with two fabulous patterns. McCall’s 7475 culottes and skirts pattern in sizes 6-22 and Threadcount wrap tops in sizes XS-XL.

McCall’s 7475 culottes and skirts pattern in sizes 6-22 has 6-in-1 options with different hem lengths and pockets to suit your personal style.

Create a flattering wrap top using your Threadcount pattern in cosy jersey.

Don’t forget about the amazing 68-page Crafting for Christmas book that is also included in this issue. There are 44 fun projects to make with gifts and home décor you’ll love.

 

The issue also includes four dressmaking projects including a pinafore dungaree dress, a stylish blanket wrap coat, pretty tuck-neckline dress and satin party top.

Follow our in-depth bag making tutorials to sew a make up brush roll and a smart comic inspired wallet.

Read all about the amazing history of Princess Margaret’s Dior dress, discover the amazing world of Ernest Wright Scissors and try our corduroy sewing masterclass!

Don’t forget to enter our amazing giveaways and enjoy our fabric and pattern discounts for independent and big-name brands!

Every issue includes tutorials and advice from our industry experts –Wendy Gardiner, Alison Smith MBE, Elisalex de Castro Peake and Claire-Louise Hardie

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One Reply to “Love Sewing 72”

  • I have just bought the magazine but there are no templates inside, only the instructions and the 2 patterns for culottes and jersey top. So I’ve the main magazine and the Crafting for Christmas book but no templates. Surely I shouldn’t have to download everything? I haven’t a printer

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