The Summer 2020 issue of Classic Sewing magazine brings a plethora of ideas for summer sewing! The cover features a retro sundress for girls, complete with a V back with a large sash. There are several ladies’ garments, many children’s and babies’ outfits, plus gifts that you can make using your stash! This issue is packed full of sewing inspiration that will get your creative juices flowing. Take a look below at the garments included in this issue’s pattern envelope:
Featured on the cover, Violet’s Vintage Sundress captures the essence of sundresses from generations past. Designed by Trisha Smith, the dress features a flowing skirt and a large bow in the back that little girls will love. It’s perfect for summer sewing! The pattern includes sizes 2-7.
Joy Welsh has created the cutest brother-sister ensembles for this new issue! These Llama, Lllama outfits feature cute embroidery designs, Peter Pan collars and oversized pockets. Little ones are sure to love these outfits. The pattern includes girls sizes 1-6 and boys sizes 1-4.
You asked for more ladies’ patterns in the magazine, and we listened. Summer Sweetness, a new Classic Sewing pattern, is one of several women’s garments in this new issue. The simple lines of this blouse make it easy to sew, and you can be creative with lace and trim on the front panel of the blouse. The pattern includes tween sizes 10-16 and ladies XS 2/4-XL 18/20.
In addition to these patterns, this new issue includes many more sewing projects for all ages. The summer issue is a treasure trove of wonderful sewing projects and inspiration that you will love.