Editor's Note August 2021

Caitlin Eaton

Summer sewing is the perfect excuse to break out your boldest fabrics and create something new and inspiring. If you’re unfamiliar with garment sewing, but want to make your own clothes, start your sewing adventure the no-pattern-required Sunny SoCal set featuring a tee and reversible skirt. Both pieces are customized to your personal measurements, so you’re guaranteed to get the most flattering fit. These projects are fun for even advanced sewists looking for a classic set to wear this season.

For the quilt lovers, we’re debuting one of the cutest quilts I’ve ever seen: the Coffee to Go Quilted Lapghan, boasting its own little coffee tumblers. It’s the perfect summer addition to any coffee-lover’s home.

Plus, this month you’ll learn how to confidently mix prints with our simple guide featuring four basic tricks. And if you’re someone who gets excited by clothing with nice pockets, you won’t want to miss the latest installment in our perfect pocket series: How to add patch pockets.

Happy Sewing,


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