Save the day with quick sewing gifts; rescue vintage fashion with new updates or learn to master your machine.
Throughout the series Angela Wolf takes you on a sew-along with skirts, skirts, and more skirts!
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Angela Wolf begins with an A line skirt, helping you choose fabrics, patterns, and the correct size for your skirt. See how to sew the skirt, waistband, zipper and hem all in this first lesson.
#1502 Sewing to the Rescue
- Michelle Paganini rescues treasured linens, turning them into travel and accessory bags.
- Londa Rolfing, up-cycles sweaters and shows some secrets for setting in sleeves.
- Angela Wolf is there to show you the first variation of the basic A line skirt.
#1503 Heroes Come in All Shapes and Sizes
- Cheryl Sleboda, makes little furry ears for a costume idea and includes tips for sewing Faux fur.
- Caroline Critchfield makes a stylish leash and cage pad for your favorite four legged friend.
- Need a quick, cute, and practical baby gift? Joanne Banko shows how to make a custom cover for a baby bottle.
- Ellen Miller presents a little bobbin magic as she introduces us to Sashiko, a couture technique that adds so many dimensions to your sewing.
- Want to make all your projects look more professional? Joanne Banko presents a little sewing machine wizardry, proving that even the most basic machine includes super sewing stitches. Learn how easy it is to get super results using stretch stitches, overcast, blind hem, and even buttonhole stitches.
#1506 Embroidery Superstars
- Sarah Gunn shows how to customize the necklines of tunics with stylish embroidery designs.
- Monogrammed coasters are a great gift for many different occasions! Joanne Banko creates a stunning gift set, embroidering elegant coasters with a sheer organza bag to match.
#1507 Knit Techniques to Make You a Hero
- Sarah Gunn presents professional knit tips for hem and neck finishing on a trendy tunic top.
- Londa Rolfing shows how to manage bulky edges when sewing, has tips for elastic, and teaches you three things to know when a serger thread breaks.
- Angela Wolf has another variation on the A line skirt- this time it’s a knit maxi.
#1508 Sewing Gifts Save the Day
- Rebecca Kemp Brent starts us out with gift wrap that’s as pretty as the gift with the art of Pojagi.
- Caroline Critchfield creates a faux leather bag that’s made almost entirely with your embroidery machine.
- Angela Wolf has another lesson for the A line skirt, adding suede cutouts for a brand new look.
- Cheryl Sleboda sews a shirt you can complete in an evening with unique pull up sleeves.
#1511 Be a Super Hero – Literally, with Cosplay
- Cheryl Sleboda is back with a steam punk version of a superhero with a faux suede corset.
- Emily Thompson shows adorable tulle skirts for your favorite little – or big girl!
#1512 Fabric Heroes
- Rebecca Kemp Brent creates her own fabric for a beautiful cape.
- Michelle Paganini creates items from wool felted from old sweaters. Michelle then has a tip for using your own photos to create fabric from a printing service.
- Joanne Banko shows how to bundle up your baby with a hooded towel wrap with several variations.
- Emily Thompson is back with leggings that are guaranteed to give your favorite little girl star power.
- Angela Wolf finishes up the skirt se-along with a recap of and a final tip.
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