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Garments get a makeover on today's show. You can make the same pattern over and over again but it will look totally different depending on your fabric and color choice and other surface embellishments. Angela Wolf begins with a beautiful and traditional sheath dress. An intricate applique trim completely changes this basic silhouette. Then, embroidery expert Eileen Roche demonstrates simple monogram techniques for all different garments - it's a traditional look updated with a contemporary approach.

Sundresses look great and keep you cool. Designer Kay Whitt professionally finishes sundress necklines and armhole edges. Blogger and designer Caroline Hulse make a tank dress in a straight style and adds elastic at the waistline. Couture designer Angela Wolf has a tip for serging flat-felled seams.

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Sun Feb 23rd, 7:00am

Whatever the weather, unique embroidery will make your garments memorable. Sarah Gunn opens the show with a cover-up that features embroidered monograms and pom pom trim for a fun look. Then it's time to add the collar to the trench coat with Angela Wolf. Last is Ellen March with hoop hints to make your embroidery more successful.

In our quest to become sewing superstars - we're adding a new discipline, embroidery. There are so many beautiful embroidery designs on our machines, and online to personalize our sewing projects. Not only can you choose the design, but the placement and color. Up first is Sarah Gunn with the tools you need to need to customize the necklines of tunics to express your style. It's easy to stitch out the design but then what? Joanne Banko embroiders elegant coasters and makes a sheer organza bag to match.

The 1950s look is all the rage today. Designer Courtney McCrone adds retro 50s details to dresses, blouses and accessories. Embroider a sweater to capture that rock 'n' roll look - Marie Zinno shows how. Joanne Banko shows how easy it is to create custom piping for garments, accessories and home decor using the piping foot.

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