Our new Holiday 2020 issue is a treasure trove of sewing ideas for the holidays! There are many amazing dresses and adorable outfits for girls and boys. The pattern envelope contains an A-line lace dress and slip, a traditional English dress by Debbie Glenn, and a precious faux button-on suit for little chaps. Take a closer look at these patterns below:

Classic Sewing Holiday 2020 Issue
Faux Button-On Suit | Photography by Jennifer Tarkington

Your little chap will look dashing in our cover garment, a Faux Button-On Suit. While it appears to be a button-on, it is elastic waist shorts with the shirt tucked in! That’s a combination any boy will love. The pattern includes sizes 1-4.

Charlotte | Photography by Jennifer Tarkington

The Charlotte white sateen baby dress boasts red gingham bias accents on the shaped front scallops, lace trimmed collar, and puffed sleeve cuffs. Designer Debbie Glenn used matching red machine feather stitching that highlights the stitching line of the front tucks, side seams, and back placket. No vintage-style outfit is complete without a touch of embroidery, and the satin stitched holly with French knot berries adds just the right details. While these scallops are decorated with holiday motifs, they can be trimmed with bias for any season. The pattern includes sizes 6M-3T.

Lace Dress & Slip | Photography by Holly Birdsong Louis of Birdsong Louis Photography Team

When little girls grow into young ladies, a simple pattern with straight lines can be perfect for special occasions. The lace fabric over a matching slip is just what is needed for
holiday events. The simple lines and tone-on-tone fabric are elegant! Farmhouse Fabrics is a go-to source for wonderful lace and fabrics. Sally Whinghter has designed this simple dress and slip for ease of wearing and fitting. Sally’s combinations are outstanding and will delight any young lady. It’s a classic! The pattern includes sizes 4-12.

In addition to these patterns, this new issue includes Christmas smocking, appliqué, and embroidery ideas by hand and machine. Ladies will also find several items for their holiday wardrobes. This issue is filled to the brim with wonderful sewing projects for the holidays!

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