This episode features adding details that make your clothing stand out. First is Angela Wolf and how to combine the sports bra and tank with ribbed trim. Then, Emily Thompson has the easy way to add a thumbhole trim to a long sleeve top or jacket - a stylish finishing touch. Finally, Cheryl Sleboda adds the perfect finishing touch to cold weather fashion with a muff.
Learn something new about quilting. Kim Montagnese demonstrates inside out, broken quilting featuring the double wedding ring. Then, Joanne Banko has the perfect sewing project for a beginner quilter and a necessity for any sewer, a quilted sewing mat. Create a custom sized mat, complete with pockets to keep commonly used tools handy while sewing.
This episode features man talk, with garments and a new perspective from a special guy. Angela Wolf starts out with a trendy half zip for your favorite guy. This style is everywhere in every fabric for both men and women. Then meet Joe Vecchiarelli, a famous designer known for his costumes on Dancing with the Stars. He has his first lesson on draping, beginning with a basic bodice with darts. Joe will appear on the next 2 episodes with more draping so you can make garments that fit you!
The theme of this episode is paper power. First, Angela Wolf has a technique for altering your pattern for leggings to add pockets. Then, Joe Vecchiarelli has lesson two as he creates a paper pattern from the bodice he draped during the previous episode.
Our sewing needs to adapt to changing looks, lifestyle and new tools. Angela Wolf starts with a new fashion look for leggings with a figure flattering wide top and a hidden pocket. Then, Joe Vechiarelli has his final lesson on draping and how to alter your original pattern, to change the fit or style.
This episode features a wardrobe staple - playful pants. Joanne Banko creates cropped pants with a designer hem treatment. Then, it's trendy draw string waist pants with Angela Wolf. This legging variation has a flattering, comfortable fit for most body types.
Stitch it up with three very different sewing styles on this episode. Frist, Emily Thompson makes a mesh bag perfect for the beach. Then, it's cosplay expert Cheryl Sleboda with a tip for adding enlarger panels to your cosplay outfits for a perfect fit. Last is a stitching technique for adding pockets to joggers with Angela Wolf.
Notions are the key to professional sewing. First is adding a wrap skirt to leggings with Angela Wolf. Next, it's a lesson on invisible zippers with Cheryl Sleboda. Then, Joanne Banko has some quick embroidery tips that will reduce puckering.
Learn some easy ways for making your sewing projects look more professional. Joanne Banko shares piping tips and tricks that will have you thinking out side of the box. Next, add one final garment to your athletic wear with a crisscross back yoga top demonstrated by Angela Wolf. Then, Emily Thompson shares quick tips for gathering fabric.
This first episode is all about getting started with a sewing project. First, Joanne Banko demonstrates a variety of techniques using both the sewing machine and serger. Then, Angela Wolf is on location at her home studio with a sew along featuring the Bella Top - adding sleeves and embroidery. This sew along will be about altering patterns with various style changes.
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