Inside Sew It All: 5 Free Patterns!

Is your winter wardrobe looking a little weary? Do you need some quick and easy sewing ideas for the weekend? Check out five of the fabulous  projects from Sew it All, Volume 2, all perfect for chilly January days. The best part? All of them include free patterns that you can download and print from sewitallmag.com.

All Wrapped Up: Embellish a cozy fleece scarf with cool dimensional posies to remind yourself that spring is on its way.

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Haute Hand Warmer: Mittens are so last season! This adorable muff is one of my favorite projects in the issue. I can’t think of a cuter way to keep your hands toasty.

Haute Hand Warmer 200 Inside Sew It All: 5 Free Patterns!

Plush Pillow: Add some cozy texture to your surroundings with a cool reverse-applique wool pillow. Use scraps from your stash to fill in the leaves.

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Fresh Coat: Rather than spending a ton on a boring new winter coat, make a one-of-a-kind coat customized with an elegant felt applique.

Fresh Coat 200 Inside Sew It All: 5 Free Patterns!

Perfectly Plaid: Have you noticed that plaid is all the rage this season? Get in on the trend by making this classic skirt that would look adorable with your favorite cardigan and textured tights.

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If you haven’t picked up a copy of Sew It All, Volume 2 yet, what are you waiting for? Find it on newsstands nationwide or in our shop. With 50 projects and countless ideas and tips, it’s a steal at $9.99! Be sure to share with us your favorite projects in the comments section below.

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6 Responses to Inside Sew It All: 5 Free Patterns!

  1. Betty says:

    I love the magazine. It has so many tips and ideas!

  2. I like the old sewing magizine better. although there are some cut stuff in the new magizine.

  3. Aja says:

    I like the new magazine , but it is a little overwhelming all the different things to do and see and try out. And its also weird that contests you could’ve entered are actually over as soon as you find about them… but thats how magazines work!

  4. Cathya says:

    I liked the magazine, too. My only complaint is that some of the text is in a color that is really hard to read. How about keeping the text black?

  5. Helen Mumford says:

    I have enjoyed watching the “Sew It All” show on TV. I am in need of a good way to alter children’s pants (waist bands are to large). Can you tell me a good source to get this information?
    Many thanks,
    Helen

  6. Eyvonn Tate says:

    Jan 1,2013
    I watch your snow this morning and I am looking for a pattern for a scrafs. This scraf
    is for women who don’t have a long neck. It is made from silk like material. Some of
    the scraves are 42″ 46″48″ long when finished. To fasten it there is a botton hole
    sewed on one end and the other end is push threw and pulled and it lays just right.
    The material you need is 9″ wide and 66″ long. You sew and I believe fold and sew.

    Wondering if you can help me out. not having much luck on web sites

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