We have a new issue hitting newsstand on January 15. We’re so excited for this issue with its new columns, fantastic new projects and shiny new faces and plus, all your favorites too.
Knit Necklines – by Justine Abbitt
Justine shows you how to master the knit neckline with three different techniques for expert looking finishes.
Take It Or Weave It Basket – Tara Curtis
When this sample came in we were all marveling at the intricate look and feel of this fabric basket. We have step-by-step instructions to complete your own fab basket that will be great for yourself or has a gift. Download the pattern and if you make one please, please send us a photo!
Tulip Wrap Skirt – Nicki LaFoille
Everyone needs a classic wrap skirt in their wardrobe. Nicki shows how simple it is to make one you’ll wear again and again.
Make the most of a precious scrap of wool, tapestry or ikat with this perfectly sized flap bag. Easy to make and fun to wear, grab the free pattern to get started!
We’ve got the sporty glam look all done up in our latest issue. These pants are comfy but jazz them up with some heels for a look that’s great for a night on the town. Find the free pattern here and find all the how-tos in this issue!
Linda will be instructing you how to make the most of those fine details we love. In this issue she’ll show you, step-by-step how to install a fly front zipper. A must for jeans and trousers even skirts.
Bead & Knot Bracelet – Kate Blocher
Sometimes fabric is so cool you want to wear it as jewelry. This quick and easy jewelry project allows you to wear your favorite fabric to complete any outfit! Find a cute project from Kate Blocher’s new book See Kate Sew!
Two Sew Alongs!
There will be two sew alongs in this issue. The Clare Coat from Closet Case Files will be happening January 10. The lovely Appleton Dress from Cashmerette and Jenny Rushmore will begin on February 7. Find the details in the latest issue or check back on the Sew News Blog.
Read about the fascinating costumes from the movie series. See the exhibit at the Denver Art Museum!
Plus we have new columns from Jenny Rushmore of Cashmerette Pattern and the Curvy Sewing Collective. Meet your favorite sewists, seamstresses and experts in Meet the Maker and Get Sewcial with our new column on what’s happening online.
There is so much more to love in our new issue, and great news, we’re expanding our page count starting in our next issue! Stay tuned for more!