Sewing Magazines

Magazines offer an excellent medium with which you can add to or improve your sewing skills. Listed below are a few of our most popular magazines that will amaze, inspire and stimulate your creativity and enhance your sewing experience!

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Classic Sewing Magazine Spring 2018.

Classic Sewing magazine rings in spring with fabulous projects to sew, smock, and embroider. The cover coat and sailor dress by Gail Doane will delight any young lady! Easter dresses and outfits are presented from some of the industry's greatest designers: smocked dresses, embroidered embellishments, appliqué, basic sewing, and projects to delight the experienced sewist. Connie Palmer designed a versatile lady's tunic that is perfect for young and beyond young! The full size pattern comes polybagged with the issue plus there are many downloads too! Spring sewing at its finest! Instant Access to 16 project download files when you purchase. Pattern envelope enclosed!

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Classic Sewing Magazine Christmas 2017.

The much anticipated Holiday issue of Classic Sewing is filled with beautiful smacking designs, appliqué, and festive garments to sew. From the small infant day gowns to silk dresses for older girls, there is something for everyone on your gift list. You will love the charming flower smocked purse, cookie mat for Santa, adorable holiday dresses and cute little boy designs. Ring in the holidays with Classic Sewing magazine! Pattern envelope enclosed!

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Classic Sewing Magazine Autumn 2017.

When the cool breezes of Autumn announce the change of seasons, our thoughts turn to sewing projects for this colorful season. Our 2017 Autumn Issue of Classic Sewing is chock-full of exceptional garment patterns, designs for hand and machine embroidery, smocking plates and much more - with over 40 projects this is the best issue yet! The cover garment is Gail Doane's jacket and dress that is suitable for cooler days. Kathy Dykstra's Reverse Appliqué is the perfect pattern for the last remaining warm days. All three patterns are in the separate pattern envelope packaged with the magazine. There are four additional patterns available for download including a boys' shirt with coordinating pants, an adorable bishop-style dress and Lezette Thomason's shaped-yoke smocked dress. Pattern envelope enclosed!

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Threads February/March 2018.

Threads is the consummate sewing magazine for people who love to sew and wish to have the latest information on both simple and complex techniques. Their ideas are always very creative and skillfully written by experts covering a range of topics from quilting in ready to wear through tailoring. The clean and detailed directions will certainly reduce your fears in conquering new techniques. The question and answer section plus resource section are always enjoyable. This is truly the publication for the serious sewer!

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