The latest issue of Sewing World magazine is in the shops now! It’s another bumper issue, filled with gorgeous projects and sewing techniques to learn. I’m so excited to let you know about my new bag making project, featured in this issue. It’s the Notting Hill Handbag which I made with the most amazing fabrics from Joel Dewberry in Pristine Poppy and Tartan in Poppy. I felt these fabrics needed a bold, statement piece which inspired me to make this bag…
What’s on offer in this month’s issue?
Projects: Black velvet evening clutch, bunk bed tidy, pretty Christmas table runner, ‘my’ Notting Hill handbag, purse and mirror set, hanging storage caddy, pretty and feminine nightwear, cute chicken doorstop, a gorgeous burgundy lace dress for parties and Santa’s stable quilt.
Masterclass – Get to grips with ‘sticky’ fabrics
Choosing a New Sewing Machine – Part 6 – Overlockers and Coverstitch machines
November Showcase – Japanese fabrics
Clever Customising! – First in a new series – customise a t-shirt
Pattern of the Month – Simplicity 1656 – Tips and hints to sew this pattern
We Meet…Claire Mills of Crabtree Lane
We Review…Four sewing kits go under the spotlight
Sewing for Charity – Get making for good causes
Simply the Best Tips from Simplicity
Hope you enjoy it all! Find out more here: Sewing World magazine website
p.s. The finished Notting Hill handbag featured in the magazine is now available for sale in my Etsy shop. I only made one of these bags so you’ll be getting the actual one from the magazine and it’s truly one-of-a-kind. It would make a very unique Christmas present for a loved one.