ISSUE 22 | DIGITAL

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  • Australian pattern designers and who’s whoAussie indie sewing makers that we know you’re going to love!
  • Zero waste sewing – We look at garments designs that have zero fabric and paper waste!
  • Pattern preview – Our favourite new sewing patterns hot off the press!
  • We heartApparel kits Buy everything together for an easier sewing experience!
  • Meet the maker – Jennifer Lauren Handmade – We chat to Jennifer Lauren about why she loves retro styling so much and  the launch of her new Curve pattern sizes
  • 10 minutes with….Carrie Emerson, managing director of Fit for Art explains all about its unique core patterns
  • Meet the maker – The Avid Seamstress – Lisa Falconer shares with us how she’s helping sewists make garments that will stand the test of time and are easy to sew!
  • Sew the look – Capsule Closet for autumn – A change of season is the ideal time to reset your handmade wardrobe.
  • Sew the look – Lightweight jackets – Jackets are great transitional layering pieces to take you through the autumn and into winter. Here are some of our favourites!
  • 3 easy patterns for overlocking – Serge ahead with these 3 versatile patterns that you can make in no time at all with your newly learned overlocker skills!
  • Tie Dye Inspo – Tie-dyeing has been around since the ‘60s but this year, it really has seen a renaissance and is perfect for adding colour to your autumn wardrobe too!
  • Sewing with jersey fabrics – The team at Sew Over It share their top tips on how to sew with jersey fabrics
  • Free for thepatternpages.com annual magazine subscribers – Meet the Gaby Dress from My Image Patterns
  • More overlocking stitches – Lorna Knight shows how your overlocker is much more than just a seam neatener!
  • Sew Vintage – Are you drawn to vintage clothing but don’t know where to start when it comes to
    choosing patterns, fabric and techniques to make your own then read on….
  • 60 min make – We take the classic bullseye tie-dye technique and apply it to a handmade sweatshirt – it’s perfect for adding some colour to a plain garment!