A huge thank you to these tal­ented mak­ers...

Simply Sewing - - CONTENTS -


Kajsa is orig­i­nally from Swe­den and now lives in Ire­land. She has pub­lished two craft books, Nordi­cana and Sew Scan­di­na­vian, and launched her own home col­lec­tion in 2015. Make her prac­ti­cal pocket-front apron on page 81.


Jenny started out blog­ging about her sewing projects at­, and now de­signs her own pat­tern col­lec­tion speci cally made for curves in sizes 12-28 and cup sizes C-H un­der the brand name Cash­merette. She shares her favourite ever nished project on page 98. Tilly’s com­pany, Tilly and the But­tons, cre­ates step-by-step pat­terns and teaches work­shops in Lon­don and on­line. She is also the au­thor of award-win­ning book, Love at First Stitch. She shares her hygge ap­proach to sewing on page 52. Jes­sica in­her­ited her love of fab­ric, colour and sewing from her mother, and has a craft side­line at www.jelly­b­, mak­ing and sell­ing any­thing from hair slides to quilts. She shows us how to up­cy­cle a pair of jeans into retro al­pha­bet keyrings to give as per­son­alised gifts on page 79.


Art Gallery Fab­rics, Sa­man­tha Clar­idge, De­wanda DIY, Leah Far­quhar­son, The Fold Line, Kirsty Hart­ley, Sara Jo­hansen, Jen­nie Jones, Por­tia Lawrie, R&B De­signs, Royal School of Needle­work, An­gela Um­pleby Spe­cial thanks to: Sarah Malone

are in Swe­den “The flea mar­kets fab­ric gems!” great for find­ing

“I can’t re­mem­ber not sewing, and yes, I do need more fab­ric!”

“I love see­ing fin­ished projects on In­sta­gram and Twit­ter.”

“Sewing is not only fun, but tech­ni­cal, cre­ative and so­cial too.”

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.