The autumn issue of Classic Sewing magazine features an array of projects for fall with an emphasis on back-to-school sewing. The cover feature is a little boy’s short-all outfit by Trisha Smith. The other two garments, whose patterns are found in the envelope attached to the magazine, are a Smocked Tartan Yoke Dress by Gail Doane and Scarlett by Regena Karasch. Scarlett is designed to fit young girls up to a size 16. A variety of garments for back-to-school sewing is presented.
There are classic patterns to download as well. Readers will love the assortment of boys and girls garments for cooler temps and delicate designs for dressing babies. Looking for a cute idea for kids? Our jacket made from a sweatshirt is a very innovative, easy-to-sew project. This issue is filled with a magnificent selection of patterns and ideas for your autumn sewing enjoyment. Plus, explore the world of antique garments with a special article by Martha Pullen and visit with Carol Ahles, a creative visionary in the sewing industry.
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