Sew Now Magazine and Free Patterns!May 27, 2017 / byRhonda Buss / Categories : Feeds
As the meal ended, she made a point of coming over to tell me how much she had enjoyed me being there. I really did nothing but just acknowledge her work. She even hugged me! So rather than just walk away, I said, "let's take a picture." She loved it :), me too!
Well, I was pleasantly surprised when the package arrived because there was not just the Cocoon dress pattern, but the Butterick pattern pictured below!!!
I was also pleasantly surprised when I thumbed through the magazine as there are a number of free downloads, the Lazy Days Top below.
A super cute pair of harem type pants.
If you have children home for the summer, this retro kitty would make a great learn to sew project. Also a free download. Cute for an addition to a baby shower gift basket too!
Whether you have a girl or a boy, this little coverall pattern is perfect for summer wear. Cut off the legs and make shorts too!
You'll also find lots of info on new sewing patterns, along with inspiration and interesting tips. The magazine is a larger magazine, so easier to read and handle. The photography is well done, and the pages are nice and thick, not at all flimsy.
At this point, I am not subscribing, but I will be paying attention to what's offered in upcoming issues. So, check it out, I think you too might enjoy the magazine.
It's a glorious day here in Chicago. My peonies have burst open, and I have a lilac bush that is so incredibly fragrant this year. My garden is a very happy place to be right now. So I am off to set out some plants, and create a few containers of flowers. Here's a little glimpse of my peonies. I took the picture a few days ago, so they are even more beautiful now.
While talking with a friend, we figured out that this peony is probably about 60 years old. And she's still a beauty :)
Have a wonderful day!
This is a syndicated post. Please visit the original author at Rhonda's Creative Life
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