love sewing issue 66

Love Sewing Issue 66

This bumper issue comes with two versatile pattern gifts and an exclusive machine handbook collated in association with Janome.

This issue goes on sale in the UK on Thursday April 11th in most supermarkets and newsagents, you can also order this issue direct from our website – browse all our magazines for sale here – Sewing Magazine Shop. Find out where you can buy Love Sewing Magazine  using our handy storefinder.

You’ll find lots of helpful tips and step-by-step guides to push your dressmaking skills.

Whip up a floaty blouse using your exclusive McCall’s 4-in-1 blouse pattern. This issue also comes with a versatile skirt pattern from Threadcount which will enable you to make beautiful skirts perfect for completing smart and casual outfits.
sewing machine handbook

Master Your Machine – Sewing Machine Guide

We’re thrilled to bring you an indispensable Janome machine handbook; whether you’re a beginner or experienced sewist this guide will cover a range of topics and common questions to help you master your machine.

What else can you find in issue 66 of love sewing Magazine?


Four dressmaking projects including two dresses, a kimono jacket and a statement leopard print skirt!

Tote Bag Pattern

Follow our in-depth bag making tutorial to make spacious tote bag

table runner sewing pattern

Sew the perfect spring table runner and vibrant pincushions

We have an exclusive interview with Terry Fox and we learn all about the enduring art of shibori.

Plus – 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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2 Replies to “Love Sewing Issue 66”

  • Love the patterns in this month’s magazine and the articles. I know that there is a lot of discussion about inclusive sizing, but as someone who is sewing as RTW is hard to find to fit, because I’m petite, busty and leggy, I’d love it if more of the patterns were smaller. (I’m 5’2″, 32E (39-29-34) with a 30″ inside leg. That 34″ hip is too small for many patterns and pattern company ranges.)

  • Hi! I’m a total beginner and I’m making the wrap skirt from the pattern that came with issue 66.

    In step 6 it tells you to to pin the tie to the skirt. But I was wondering if it should be attached to just the waist facing?

    Please help!

    Many thanks!

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