Magazine and Ensemble Pattern Giveaway: SewStylish Spring 2013
It’s finally here, the Spring 2013 SewStylish giveaway, and we’re throwing in the ensemble pattern (Simplicity 1699) just for you!
Inside this issue, you’ll learn how to sew flattering peplums, embellish with lace, use your serger with confidence, create fabulous garments from photo prints, customize a pattern to flatter your figure, make a portfolio clutch, sew pieced pillows, organize your sewing space, rescue projects from scorches, snags and spills, create cutwork designs in fabric, and more! This is surely an issue you won’t want to miss.
HOW TO ENTER
Simply leave a comment on this post telling us what project(s) you are most excited to sew this summer by 11:59 PM on Sunday, July 7th for a chance to win this fabulous giveaway. The winner will be chosen at random and announced via email on Monday, July 8.
For everyone else, pick up the Spring 2013 issue of SewStylish on newsstands now. Also, be sure to look for the upcoming Fall 2013 SewStylish issue and pattern available in stores August 6th!
plus this exciting ensemble pattern!
this summer hmm... most likely i will make a wrap dress. been thinking about it in a while now. not yet decided on pattern though. so many options.
Looking forward to making my first skirt :)
White pants...but I need to get busy, since summer is here!
I am excited bout making a skirt and blouse from one of Sandra betzina's pattern. I really like her patterns.
Summer skirts....love short skirts, they can be dressed up or down...very versatile!
I am inspired by the dress on the back cover of Threads magaine number 168 - a 1930s gown made from a fun, flirty rayon georgette floral print. Its most stunning (and inspiring) design detail is its self-fabric boa like feathers adorned to its plunging v-neck back and armholes.
I'm looking forward to sewing a bias cut silk maxi skirt this summer.
I am excited about making dresses, especially some easy knit ones.
natural waist pants and skirts.
Working with linen, linen and cotton blend, or a linen and silk blend.