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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.

Costuming and cosplay give you the ability to actually become your favorite superhero. Cheryl Sleboda is back with a steam punk version of a superhero with a faux suede corset. Even if you're not into costumes, you'll learn the techniques for using boning for strapless dresses, perfect for prom and weddings. Then meet blogger Emily Thompson, with adorable tulle skirts for your favorite little - or big girl - instantly become your fantasy dream with tulle, all you need is a magic wand!

Angela Wolf starts things off with a whole episode devoted to the first lesson of the skirt sew-along. We begin our A line skirt with choosing fabrics, patterns, and the correct size. We'll sew the skirt, the waistband, zipper and hem all in today's lesson.

Fashion trends were being recycled. Casual chic and grunge were in, as long as the garments had the right designer label. Rebecca Kemp Brent creates a designer quilted tote bag with free motion stitching on a quilting frame. Londa Rohlfing gathers fabric with elastic thread to make an easy-to-wear peasant blouse. Joanne Banko uses bobbin work to create a hand-embroidered look on garments and accessories.

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.

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