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Love Sewing Reader Survey 2018

Take part in our brand new survey!

We want to make Love Sewing even better, so we’d love to hear your thoughts on what you’d like to see every month in your issue.

It’s easy to complete the survey and as a thank you for entering we will put your name into a draw to win a subscription to Love Sewing!  Don’t worry if you’re already a subscriber, we’ll just add an extra year of love Sewing to your account! Closing date 9th August 2018!


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12 Replies to “Love Sewing Reader Survey 2018”

  • Love the magazine and all the skills it gives. Would be fantastic to have a wider selection of patterns available as they can be rather repetitive.

  • I am a new reader got 2 issues only.
    Maybe some tips for beginners learn a new skill in each issue?

  • I would like to see more children’s and teenager patterns please. I had a few issues with the down loads already printed, I would like this to be permanent as sometimes I don’t have access to a printer and some people don’t even have one. To be honest there’s nothing else to add as the magazine is the best one on the market. Keep up the good work x

  • would love to have the magazine every month for free. means I can buy more fabric to make the great things inside this wonderful magazine.

  • I love this magazine because I always get a pattern that fits to try there is absolutely nothing worse than getting a magazine with a pattern that let’s face it would only fit a child or teenager and their sizes are ridiculously small. I think the balance of the magazine is pretty good. I like the sew a longs best with Alison Smith. I would like to see more techniques and Q &A, things that would challenge me as a sewer to grow and learn.

  • I’d like to see more tuition -I’ve how to do buttonholes etc.
    Love the magazine.

  • I have tried all sewing magazines! And find Love Sewing the best. I would like to have more projects for the advanced sewist although overall I think the magazine caters for most levels of sewists.

  • I live in Australia. My daughter who lives in Ireland organised a subscription for a gift last Christmas. I wait in anticipation for the postie to deliver my copy of Love Sewing and take the rest of the afternoon to read it from cover to cover. I love this magazine.d

  • I find Love Sewing to be the better sewing magazine. I run sewing class & sewing workshops & my students bring a selection of sewing magazines to class. We all enjoy the articles & skills sections. Interviews & featured designers exhibitions are very interesting. My sewing students would like to see more advanced fashion projects & a better pattern selection as they can be repetitive. It’d be lovely to have a selection of patterns from different manufacturers. The McCalls & Butterick can be a bit dated. We love the Simple Sew, New Look and Simplicity patterns as they are easy to follow and have more up-to-date styles for adults and children. Also it’d be great to have men’s patterns included too to encourage more men to sew.

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