Editor's Letter

Ellen March
Editor's Letter

Dear Readers,

I am happy to announce that I'm now the editor of Sew News! You may recognize me as the previous Sew News managing editor, or as the current editor of our sister publication, Creative Machine Embroidery.

I have a real affinity for Sew News, as I was given my first "big break" here. I remember the anticipation I felt four years ago as I waited to hear whether or not I'd get the job as editorial assistant. It was agony! I am so thankful that Sew News took a chance on me because I've had my dream job ever since. For the past year, I've been the editor of CME, a job I will continue with my return to Sew News. I vow to bring you the very best the sewing world has to offer and I look forward to interacting with you in the magazine and on our new-and-improved Web site. Drop me a line anytime at sewnews@sewnews.com.

Speaking of our new Web site, if you haven't had a chance to see what we've been up to, visit sewnews.com. You'll be blown away by all of the new features and exclusive offerings. We've built a community where we can all interact, post project photos, provide feedback and make friends. Easily navigate to our sister site, cmemag.com, to see what they're up to, as well. Free downloads, contest entries and editor's blogs are just a few things that will make visiting our sites worth your while.

And as you work your way through the projects in this summer issue, we invite you to share your progress online. Share your take on a "Traveling Light" tote or let us know how your family enjoyed your "Cherries Jubilee" picnic set. And, as always, send us your feedback, sewing questions, reader tips and last laughs!

Thanks for reading,

Ellen Signature

Ellen March


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Comments on latest issue
I think inserting advertisements for clothing to purchase in a sewing magazine is tacky. I also wondered why you didn't mention a resourse for Mettler threads in the article on threads as they are the best. I also hope that this is not turning into a craft-sewing magazine. My focas is sewing clothes for myself and my end goal is to turn out beautiful garments that fit to perfection. I enjoyed the article on picking patterns for types of figures. Also like Sandra's tips. I haven't finished the magazine yet, but this is my first reaction to what I have seen. Thanks. Joanne
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