Lisa Comfort is a quarterly magazine for those who love to make, travel and explore their creativity - just like me.
In this issue you will find lots of gorgeous makes and inspiration. There are two amazing DIY projects, plus a blouse hack of one of Sew Over It's bestselling patterns, the Vintage Shirt Dress. It also features a guide to my favourite area of London, Notting Hill, plus a pull-out map that you can frame illustrated by Anna Higgie. Read our fascinating interview with Charlotte O'Shea from Rock My Wedding, and find out the history of the polka dot! Get all this, plus our usual features on news, shopping and interiors.
This issue also includes an exclusive copy of the Sew Over It Lottie Dress sewing pattern, the ultimate simple, chic summer dress. Designed to be made out of cotton, it's simple to sew and lovely and cool to wear. With a bias-bound neckline and straps it will also take your sewing that step further. I will be wearing my versions throughout the summer. And they go perfectly with my cardigans!
The Lottie Dress is available in sizes 8-20. The print version comes on two A1 sheets in a separate pattern envelope. The digital version includes a print-at-home version in A4 and US Letter sizes, as well as a copyshop file.