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It's Sew Easy

It's Sew Easy

IT'S SEW EASY is an exciting new show offering a novel approach to sewing. The focus is on contemporary style, not age. Each weekly episode features education that revolves around the experts. Designers from across the country share their expertise, showing easy ways to create great sewing projects without the stress of perfection. Projects are easy enough for beginners but creatively challenging to pique the interest of all sewing enthusiasts. Viewers will learn to create beautiful and professional looking garments and home decor. Show themes include: Accessories and Simple Sewing, Apparel Details and Embellishments, Simple Sewing- Easy Tricks, Make it Personal, Dress up Ready Made Home Decor, Garment Construction Tips, Patterns, Surface Embellishment, T-shirt Surgery, Fun Fabrics, Shop Your Closet - Restyling, Gifts, and Kids and Baby.

Latest Episodes

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.

The party of the 1920's ended in a big stock market crash, plunging the nation into the Great Depression. Simple, sleek lines, body-hugging bias cut dresses and upcycled hand-me-downs were the fashion hallmarks. Angela Wolf creates glamorous evening wear on the bias and Rebecca Kemp Brent adds scallops to add a fresh look to any garment or to home decor.

As the 1920s roared in, women bared their shoulders and danced to the latest jazz. Angela Wolf creates a cutwork tank top using today's computer software and digital cutter. Amber Eden adds color and detail to a classic black sheath dress with silk flower embroidery.

The inspiration for many first sewing projects is a new baby. Whether this is your own first baby, or you're a grandma many times over - we love to make baby projects. Today's first expert is Pearl Krush with a rag style baby quilt using an absolutely precious fabric. Then, Sheree Schattenmann creates a simple baby blanket and bib - for a quick gift. Finally, June Mellinger features a personalized, heirloom baby quilt adapted to today.

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