So what is Cosplay anyway? A very simple definition is this, dressing up in a costume to represent a favorite character such a comic book character or something similar. In this episode of It's Sew Easy the main theme is costume making. Even if you will never find yourself dressing up as a character, you'll see some interesting ideas that can be used in a variety of other sewing projects.
My friend Rebecca is a sewing educator extraordinaire! She has a knack for making any type of sewing project easy to execute. In this segment her knight in shining armor is a perfect example of making a special costume with easy to find supplies. Be sure to visit the It's Sew Easy TV website, Rebecca has created free downloadable patterns for you to imitate her costume idea.
Cheryl Sleboda lights up the studio with costumes and crafts that are electrified with tiny lights. I was not aware that you could stitch in your own wiring and add lights that are programmable with little computer chips. I watched with great interest and found myself amazed at where technology has taken us, sewing wise anyway! In this lesson Cheryl gives step-by-step instructions and shares some interesting ways to incorporate these out of this world flashing accents.
Sandwiched between the two costume creations you'll see Angela's style segment on topstitching.
Angela gives you lots of valuable tips that will help you achieve a high quality finish with terrific topstitching effects.
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