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New sewing magazine from Practical Publishing - Sew Now

Trial offer for Sew Now Magazine

Practical Publishing, the publishers behind Love Sewing Magazine and Quilt Now Magazine are launching a new fashion focused sewing magazine next week.  You will be able to find it in shops from the 13th October. 

The new magazine, Sew Now, is aimed at fashion conscious stitchers who want to know how to re-create the latest looks and trends. Each issue will be packed with style advice, pattern inspiration, fabric tips, step by step projects and quick makes. Each issue will also come with a dressmaking pattern worth at least £8. 

Issue one comes with tunic dress and top pattern from Sew Simple and a bonus accessories supplement which gives you bag project and gift ideas to keep you on trend for the autumn winter season.  Each issue will cost £5.99.  

SUBSCRIPTION OFFER - We have a special offer for Sewing Directory readers, get your first 3 issues of Sew Now for £6 when you click here or click the image above. So you can try 3 issues for the price of 1!

At the helm of the magazine is Ministry of Craft founder Sam Sterkin, we have an interview with her comingSew Now Magazine - subscription deal up shortly to find out more about the magazine. 
 

Love Sewing v Sew Now

You may be wondering how this magazine will differ from their other sewing magazine, Love Sewing. I've been told that Love Sewing will now be focusing more on the intermediate stitchers, teaching in depth techniques and helping to grow intermediate skills. 

Sew Now will be aimed at the beginner to intermediate sewing level and will have features introducing the readers to new skills and showing how to improve fit. The style of the projects and patterns will be different too with Sew Now focusing on fashion and high street trends, where as Love Sewing will stitck to its classic/eclectic style. 

Upcycling projects and home decor projects will also be a regular feature in Sew Now, whereas they only appear occasionally in Love Sewing.  In fact the publishers have come up with a useful chart that shows the differences between the magazines. Find it at the bottom of the post. 
 

Love Sewing & Quilt Now offers

If you have not yet read Love Sewing or Quilt Now and are tempted to give them a try we also have a subscription offer for both of those magazines below for you too. 

Quilt Now - Try 3 issues for £5 by visiting this page. 

Love Sewing - Try 3 issues for £6 by signing up here.  

The difference between Love Sewing and Sew Now

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