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2019 Magazine Collection All the magazines are in easy-to-use pdf format and can be accessed by clicking on the link on each page. The link will open in a browser window and you can download your magazine from there. The templates are all full size and may need joining together in some cases. Issue 100 is our special bumper anniversary issue and for this issue only the templates are provided in a separate file - it was simply too large to include them in the main magazine. Please note, I am happy for you to sell any items you personally have made from these patterns but you are not licensed to go into mass production. Please respect my copyright and do not share the links to the magazines online. Thank you xx

Please note: this is a sampler to show you the contents of our 2019 Magazine Collection and all download links have been removed. They will be active in purchased copies of this collection. Š Bustle & Sew 2020

Issue 96 January Between the covers: ● Finding your inner stitching confidence ● Rosie’s Recipes: Super soups and leftovers ● Clearing up after Christmas ● Preparing your hand embroidery projects ● Meet the Maker ● The feast of Epiphany ● Poetry Corner ● Tips for Stitchers and more….

Issue 97 February Between the covers: ● A little look at English paper piecing and Sashiko stitching ● The language of flowers ● Rosie’s Recipes: Great British bakes ● Meet the Makers ● A little look at hand embroidery threads ● Poetry corner: Wintertime ● Tastes of the season and more….

Issue 98 March Between the covers: ● Meet the Maker ● Choosing hand embroidery fabrics ● How green are your flowers? ● Pond dipping ● Pancake Day in March ● Lovely ideas ● Tips for stitchers ● Poetry corner and more….

Issue 99 April Between the covers: ● Great British food: jelly babies ● Successful satin stitch ● Even and plain weave fabric ● Rosie’s Recipes: Chocolate delights for Easter ● A little look at embroidery scissors ● The countryside in April ● Meet the Makers and more….

Issue 100 May Templates Successful Small Business Supplement Between the covers: ● Making Merry in May ● A very little look at seam rippers ● De-mystifying pre-cuts ● Sewing machine needles ● A Country Diary ● Nature Notes: Bluebells ● Celebration Bunting ● Out and About and more….

Issue 101 June Between the covers: ● Loving your linen closet ● Choosing the right needle ● Great British Food: fish and chips ● Tastes of the season: edible flowers ● A (very) little look at linen ● Poetry Corner: The Glory of the Garden ● Transferring your Pattern ● Tips for Stitchers and more….

Issue 102 July Between the covers: ● The importance of mending clothes (and how to do it) ● In the garden: Lavender’s blue ● The countryside in July ● Victorian tea garden ● A well balanced fabric collection ● Tastes of the season: July ● July Almanac and more….

Issue 103 August Between the covers: ● Choosing the right fabric for embroidery ● Tastes of the season: August ● How to embroider fur ● Only a fool says Just Fabric! ● Washing your fabric ● August Almanac ● Tips for Stitchers and more….

Issue 104 September Between the covers: ● A very little look at feedsacks ● The harvest mouse ● Poetry Corner: Ode to Autumn ● When day equals night ● Meet the Makers ● Tastes of the Season: September ● Blast from the past: Appley Dappley ● The autumn equinox and country diary and more….

Issue 105 October Between the covers: ● St Crispin’s Day Speech ● Spinners of Silk ● Sewing successful softies ● Colours of the season ● How to stop fabric fading ● Tastes of the season: October ● Home Comforts ● Tips for Stitchers ● A (very) little look at wool and more….

Issue 106 November Between the covers: ● How different materials affect a pattern ● A (very) little look at Honiton lace ● November almanac ● England’s mighty oaks ● A (very) little guide to the thimble ● The countryside in November ● Deck the Halls pattern collection and more….

Issue 107 December Between the covers: ● The Christmas Tree by Charles Dickens ● Finishing your projects ● Your scissors at Christmas ● Christmas Story - The Mill on the Floss ● Applique made easy ● Handmade giving this Christmas ● December Almanac ● Tastes of the Season and more….

I do hope you’ve enjoyed browsing through copies of the Bustle & Sew Magazine from 2019. Bustle & Sew is a mother-daughter team, myself, Helen, and my daughter Rosie, who run Bustle & Sew from my home – the station master's house adjacent to a heritage steam railway in beautiful rural Somerset, very close to the lovely city of Bath. Our magazines celebrate all that we love about life here in the countryside, with sewing very much at its heart of course. My own passion is for creating new designs that I hope will inspire others to pick up needle and thread and discover the pleasure and satisfaction of creating something for themselves. All of our patterns and our Magazine are sold as easily downloadable pdf files aimed at the stitcher with beginner to intermediate skills so are attractive to a wide audience. As well as digital products we also sell a range of unique craft kits.

To see our full range of patterns and kits - and if you’ve enjoyed this collection, find out about subscribing to our magazine, please just CLICK HERE to visit the Bustle & Sew website. Best wishes, and happy stitching!

Helen xx

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Bustle & Sew Magazine 2019 Collection Sampler  

The Bustle & Sew Magazine is an independent English publication that celebrates everything we love about life here in the Somerset countrysi...

Bustle & Sew Magazine 2019 Collection Sampler  

The Bustle & Sew Magazine is an independent English publication that celebrates everything we love about life here in the Somerset countrysi...