- Sew and serge stylish swimwear
- Stitch repeat patterns in a snap style border hoop
- Channel quilting for garment stability and decoration
- Easy embellishments for little girl's garments
- Lacy embroidered appliqués
- Decorative stitching on ready-made blouses
Learn to select patterns, fabrics, trims and accessories to express your signature style – that style that is uniquely you. Create one-of-a-kind fashions for work, for weekends and for evening and design stylish costumes and home décor, too. See why It’s Sew Easy to let your unique personality – your style - shine through.
Start your style at the very edge. Garment sewing expert Rebecca Kemp Brent finishes seams in various ways for a couture look. In the style tip, sewing educator Joanne Banko brings lace in from the edge to create reverse applique motifs. Designer and sewing engineer Gretchen Hirsch uses border prints and scalloped edges to style her designs.
1102 – Stylish Accessories
Make your style statement from head to toe with accessories. Blogger and designer Cheryl Sleboda makes colorful espadrilles. In the style tip, sewing educator Joanne Banko adds texture and style to basic garments using decorative stitches. Fabric artist Kim Montagnese embellishes in free motion to create a go-everywhere tote bag.
1103 – Stylish Home
Your home reflects who you are. Using an easy smocking technique, sewing enthusiast Cheryl Sleboda makes colorful, patterned pillows to showcase her style. Blogger Heather Valentine combines unusual materials to create a handy caddy for her studio. With hand-dyed wool and nubby fibers, author Lisa Shepard Stewart stitches a lush wall-hanging.
1104 – Personalized Style
Make a truly personal style statement. Embroidery expert Eileen Roche restyles a t-shirt with embroidery, then laces it up to create a boutique look. Designer Angela Wolf has a style tip for quickly updating a classic jacket. Educator Rebecca Kemp Brent uses basic computer fonts and a sewing machine to create beautiful monograms.
1105 – The Stylish Girl
Kids like to create their own style. Designer Carla Macklin sews a super-cute, versatile vest for boys or girls. In the style tip, sewing educator Deb Barcello shows an easy way to make a narrow hem. Fashion designer Angela Wolf gives a professional finish to knit hems and Deb Barcello returns to make a fun and sassy circle skirt.
1106 – Styling Details
Design details make the style statement. Fashion designer Kay Whitt shows how to sew classic set-in sleeves. In the style tip, fashion stylist Judy Kessinger installs a zipper in a new way. Sewing educator Rebecca Kemp Brent has a tip for sewing elastic. Designer Heather Valentine adds spirit and style to a fleece vest with color-blocking and distinctive zippers.
1107 – Style for Evening
Evening-wear for men and women offers endless style opportunities. Designer and educator Louis Carney adds glitz and glamor to men’s fashions with metallic thread and crystals. Embroidery educator Joanne Banko creates beautiful, Asian-inspired sleepwear with embroidered details and stylish closures.
1108 – Shape and Style
Good fit compliments any style. Fitting expert Judy Kessinger creates a variety of pant styles from one pattern. Couture designer Angela Wolf shares tips for selecting and cutting out knits. Fashion and sewing blogger Gretchen Hirsch adds eyelets to create a lace–up bodice to accent the feminine shape.
1109 – Active Style
Today’s active lifestyle demands fashion that fits and functions. Sewing educator Joanne Banko selects fabrics, notions and shows her favorite techniques to sew a custom-fit swimsuit. Cheryl Sleboda has a style tip to make jeans fit better. For active days indoors and out, designer Angela Wolf creates well-fitting leggings with today’s sportiest look.
1110 – Casual Style
Just kick back and go casual. Lifestyle blogger Caroline Hulse mixes woven and knit fabrics to make a super-stylish tunic. Fashion and sewing expert Angela Wolf restyles a classic A-line skirt to reflect today’s trends. Fitting and style educator Judy Kessinger creates many top styles from just one pattern.
1111 – Style That Goes Everywhere
Style is an attitude that goes with you everywhere. Author and designer Angela Wolf creates a high-style dress that can be made in one afternoon. Garment expert Joanne Banko has a style tip for making a fashion-forward t-shirt. Designer and blogger Heather Valentine whips up a super-simple skirt that goes anywhere in style.
1112 – Retro Style for Today
Let’s play dress up! Cosplay enthusiast Cheryl Sleboda creates authentic-looking Steampunk accessories with contemporary fabrics. Designer Gretchen Hirsch shares a style tip for making miles of ruffles in a snap. Couture designer Angela Wolf redesigns an out-of-style jacket to create an on-trend vest.
1113 – Style and Technology
Design options explode using today’s technology. With the most current sewing and embroidery software and machines, embroidery designer Eileen Roche adds flair to a traditional skirt. In the style tip, she’ll show how to place embroideries in a flattering way. Then, fabric artist Kim Montagnese combines computer technology with traditional sewing techniques to capture vacation memories in a pillow.
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