Sew News October/November 2017 Issue

The October/November issue of Sew News is always one of my favorites. I’m not sure if it’s because, by mid-September, I’m ready to hunker down for the cooler months…and sew more, of course! Or if I just like fall fabrics – all the rich textures and colors. Either way,  this issue does not disappoint! Here are some of my favorites from the issue!

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  • SN11017 3 221x300 Sew News October/November 2017 IssueGo behind the life, times and signature look of John Denver via his sewists, Anna Zapp.
  • Learn everything you need to know about sweater knits + get an awesome modern cardigan pattern to test out your new skills, free for a limited time!
  • Try a leggings mash-up with mesh and faux leather.
  • Join us for two great sew alongs – the Kaylee Tunic by Serendipity Studio and  the Nora Doctor Bag by Swoon Sewing Patterns, two amazing fall basics!
  • Master your shirt plackets with this issue’s masterclass – because I’m planning all the button-up shirts this fall!
  • Learn how sewing can be beneficial to your mental health.

PLUS…..PANTS! In the issue, the Sew News editorial team reviews 5 popular pants patterns. Then join us in October for Pants Month for more reviews, pants-fitting topics, tips for picking the perfect pants for your body and more.

pants promo  826x1024 Sew News October/November 2017 IssueEnjoy the issue! And happy sewing!

 Sew News October/November 2017 Issue
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2 Responses to Sew News October/November 2017 Issue

  1. Eva Katherine North says:

    Good evening, I’m still a new sewer, however, I love your magazine. I just borrowed the Oct/Nov issue from my library and found the hide and seek pic on pages 24-25. Have a great night.

  2. Charlene Keitt says:

    Instructions for entering Hide & Seek online are not clear. Please forward instructions.

    Thank you

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