Lisa Comfort Magazine Issue 3

And it’s here! Packed full of gorgeous makes, inspiring articles and some fab new features, the third edition of Lisa Comfort magazine has arrived! For those who love to make, this summer edition is going to inspire you to get your creative groove on.

In case you missed it, the pattern inside is the beautiful (and much requested!) Lottie Dress. A simple summer classic, it couldn’t come at a better time for us here in the UK. With all this sunshine I will be living in my Lotties this week!

And if, like me, you love to swoon over interiors, we feature a fabulous living room that will make you want to redo your own. (I certainly do!)

There are also two DIY projects for your home. The first one is this gorgeous, easy-to-make copper magazine holder. (Just think of the fabric options!)

And the second is this wooden bath caddy. The best of both worlds, it’s stylish and practical, and ready to make your soak in the bath that bit more luxurious!

We also have a couple of new features…

Did you know the history of the polka dot? It’s fascinating! Read all about their beginnings and discover those who have put them in the spotlight over the decades.

Plus, for those of you who are keen to know what’s up next, we have shared some of our secret release dates for both Sew Over It and Lisa Comfort. To be in the know, you will have to pick up a copy!

Also in this issue I am sharing all my favourite places around London’s fashionable Notting Hill. Isn’t this tear-out map by my favourite illustrator Anna Higgie just gorgeous? Definitely one to frame!

For all you sewing lovers, we have a super simple, step-by-step blouse hack of one of Sew Over It’s bestselling patterns, the Vintage Shirt Dress.

This issue features all this and more, including shopping pages, news and an oh-so inspiring interview with Charlotte O’Shea, the brilliant entrepreneur behind Rock My Wedding.

Happy Reading! x

2 Comments on “Lisa Comfort Magazine Issue 3”

  1. HI Lisa,

    I’m really enjoying the magazine! I love the Lottie dress and the vintage shirt dress hack! i have some fabric i think will make a really cute shirt but i don’t have much of it left, any advise on how much fabric i will need for the shirt?

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