Love Sewing Issue 49

cover Love Sewing Issue 49

Our brand new DOUBLE GIFT issue is in shops from January 25th! This has to be the best value sewing magazine on the shelves! Two patterns from the biggest pattern design houses in the world.

It comes with two patterns that are great for building your me-made wardrobe.

Create a wardrobe full of breezy blouses with different hem lengths and sleeve styles. These McCall’s patterns come with really easy instructions!

butterick b5926

Plus you get Butterick B5926 – soon to become your favourite wardrobe staple! Wear over dresses for a smart office outfit, or with jeans for a casual but chic ‘effortlessly-put-together’ look. There are 4 views, longer line or short, 3 buttons or two, so plenty of options to suit your shape.

What’s inside Issue 49 of Love Sewing!

We have so many great patterns to share with you this month – as with all our issues you can find these patterns free to download from our website!

Here are a few highlights from this issue –

kimono sewing pattern

Our kimono robe sewing pattern is ideal for lounging – poolside or bedside!

applique bee cushion pattern

Use applique and simple quilting to create this eye-catching bee cushion.  Find the pattern download here – quilted bee cushion

pleated skirt sewing pattern

This pretty pleated skirt pattern has pockets too – find the free pattern download here – twirly skirt pattern

patchwork handbag sewing pattern

We love the little charms on this cute patchwork bag pattern.

More from Issue 49!

Behind the scenes Phantom Thread poster

The issue is full of all the usual master classes, sewing inspiration, reviews, interviews and a few handy money off codes too! Plus we think you’ll love our feature on the costumes from the new film Phantom Thread!

You can also win the entire Love Sewing library worth over £300!

 

 

 

 

 

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7 Replies to “Love Sewing Issue 49”

  • I really love the free patterns! I shall certainly use the Jacket pattern, just what I wanted for the Spring. I will also be using the blouse pattern, it looks good, no fiddly button holes to do.by the way, what is the ditterence between Ponte and Scuba fabric? I have never seen either!

    • Hello! Ponte roma is a stable thick knitted fabric. Ponte knits are woven with minimal stretch, resist creasing and come in a wide range of colours. It can be a mix of natural and manmade fibres. Scuba is a technical fabric and completely man made, usually polyester and spandex mix. Scuba is not the same as neoprene but has a glossy and slightly rubbery handle to it which leads to the confusion. Happy sewing!

  • I really like your magazine, too bad the Australian version was discontinued, but I still get the ones from the UK. However, I have to say that I am very disappointed when you stopped all those wonderful patterns from independent vendors, McCalls, Butterick and the other old pattern companies just don’t look very modern to me. They all look the same, perhaps it’s the fabrics they use to show the finished product, but they look outdated, I enjoyed the other patterns better, oh well, I guess, business is business no matter if the quality is lower.
    Thanks, a faithful reader.

  • Hi, I have a digital subscription. I can download the magazine patterns but How do I get the 2 free real patterns that are physically with the magazine? I’ve been going without those for a long time. Would really like them?????

    • Hello, thank you for your recent query. The only way to receive these patterns with your subscription is to have a physical subscription. You should be able to cancel your digital subscription and subscribe to the physical magazine here: http://www.moremags.com/subscriptions. I hope this helps.

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