By now most of my fellow sewists out there have their copies of our newest magazine, Classic Sewing. Our premiere issue got back from the printer just before Thanksgiving and has been on its way to subscribers ever since.
I couldn’t be happier with the results of this new endeavor. There are so many lovely projects throughout its pages. We even got to feature my sweet granddaughter, Amelia, on the cover.
If you love to sew and haven’t subscribed to Classic Sewing, there’s still plenty of time to receive this first issue. If you want to purchase single issues, you can do that on our online store!
I also have a special announcement for you. For those of you anxiously awaiting the downloadable patterns available in the magazine, they are now ready for you!
The Classic Sewing download files are now available. Subscribers, an email has been sent with instructions for accessing your Online Account. If you did not receive the email please contact us at http://bit.ly/1lfh4Bk.
For those of you purchasing single copies, you can now set up an account to access the download files for the Spring 2016 issue at http://bit.ly/1lf2IRy
I know you will enjoy Jenny Haskins’ appliqué heart, which is pictured here, as well as the adorable bonbon purse by Evy Hawkins, and our elegant monograms.
If you love to sew, I’m confident that this is the magazine for you. It could be the perfect addition to your Christmas list.
I recently paid for a subscription to Classic Sewing Magazine. Could you tell me when I will receive my first issue?
Sounds exciting and inviting!
Right now, I’m doing quilts, but am looking forward to sewing some dresses from my granddaughters, ages 10 and 3 and shirts from 5 year old grandson.
How creative you are, and
your team; we are fortunate
the wonderful, cherished
beauty of skills are made
available through your
books and publications.
Thank you. Melanie Breckner,
Amanda’s dress is so sweet. These are the kind of dresses that my two daughters had in the sixties and seventies. I,m sure the magazine has a lot of charming ideas and patterns.