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Ch. Title Description # Day Date Time Length RPT CC DVS AD MD
36.1 Aprons and More Aprons Even beginners can make changes to patterns. Aprons are the perfect beginning garment. There's virtually no fitting, and many ways to change them. Joy Macdonell has made aprons her signature look on her TV show "Crafting at the Spotted Canary". Then, it's an apron party with designer Trish Preston. Make an apron as a party favor for the birthday girls and their favorite dolls. (7 of 13)
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507 TU 09/02/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Fashion Accessories This season is all about altering, modifying or changing. Texture is what makes these projects different. Runway designer Christopher Straub presents a lesson on texture and creating a custom bag. Couture designer Kenneth D. King shares ribbon techniques for embellishment. Angela Wolf shows how to prep the sleeve. (8 of 13)
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508 WE 09/03/14 10:29am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Stitch Magic Machine stitching can be a lot more than simple straight lines. Rebecca demonstrates the basics of free motion quilting. Pattern designer Melissa shows off her signature faux smocking technique using bias tape rather than traditional shirring. Angela adds lining to the feature jacket. (9 of 13)
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509 TH 09/04/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Cutwork Embroidery The term cutwork conjures up images of ladies of years past hand stitching to create intricate designs. Replace that picture with the modern sewer at her machine using the latest technology to create cutwork the modern way. Rebecca offers a tutorial on simple cutwork done with just straight and zigzag stitches. Eileen shows the embroidered version of cutwork. Angela presents techniques for tacking the jacket hem. (10 of 13)
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510 FR 09/05/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Pillows Plus You'll never run out of sewing projects when you expand your experience to include pillows. Donna shares an economical design. Rebecca demonstrates the first steps in pieced quilting. Angela topstitches and adds trim to a jacket. (11 of 13)
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511 MO 09/08/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Tucks, Pleats and Panels Simple garments get all dressed up with tucks, pleats and panels. Start simple and alter for unique designer looks. Susan begins with hemming tips for a professional finish. Angela shares her unique way of making pleats using a cover stitch style machine; and, adding buttonholes to finish up the custom jacket. (12 of 13)
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512 TU 09/09/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 The Gift of Sewing Marie Zinno, a custom embroidery expert, shares a favorite house warming gift of personalized towels and ribbon. Eileen Roche has the perfect way to dress up shoes with embroidery. Angela Wolf creates a custom jacket. (13 of 13)
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513 WE 09/10/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Little Black Dress This season is all about the classics and features the Little Black Dress. Angela's lesson is on choosing the fabric and silhouette for a little black dress and sewing darts. Peggy demonstrates several variations of the classic sheath dress plus jackets using the basic dress pattern. (1 of 13)
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601 TH 09/11/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Classic Accessories The key to making a signature piece work is accessories. Dress it up or down with a perfect scarf or wrap. Cookie starts with a few simple tricks and fabric choices for scarves to increase your wardrobe quickly and stylishly. Joanne gives plain pashmina wraps a makeover with bobbin work from both the embroidery and sewing side. (2 of 13)
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602 FR 09/12/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Dress Up Your Wardrobe Cindy makes appliques from embroidery to add detail to any garment. Angela adds different seam finishes to a dress, including the Hong Kong. Embroidery expert Eileen shares an easy dress embroidery for beautiful style. (3 of 13)
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603 MO 09/15/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Classic Details Amy reviews the basic serger stitches and teaches when to use them and tension adjustments for each. Angela introduces princess seams - why you use them, how to adjust for fit, and then how to sew them. Kenneth has a couture technique for curved tucks on a fabulous top. (4 of 13)
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604 TU 09/16/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Sleepy Time Vanessa creates a pillow that opens into a play mat and a blanket. Angela creates the neckline on her dress, and Pearl creates a kid's bedroll. (5 of 13)
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605 WE 09/17/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Specialty Sewing Create your own fashion "opportunity" when you make your own specialty garment. Kathleen starts out with pattern alterations to change your favorite top into a maternity top. Angela attaches facing and under stitches on a round neckline for her dress. Melissa features the ruffling foot as she makes a party dress. (6 of 13)
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606 TH 09/18/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Classic Finish Details There are little details that make a garment stand the test of time and they usually involve some sort of detail from the couture world. Amy demonstrates serging - one of those techniques that is always classic. Angela shows how to use the lining as your facing on a dress. Couture expert Susan has some special finish details for a professional look. (7 of 13)
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607 FR 09/19/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Classic Use of Ribbons and Trims Ribbons and trims have been around forever, but it's only recently that we've seen so many new ways to actually use them as part of garment construction. Joanne shows how to embellish a dress with decoratively stitched bands you make yourself. Angela uses bias tape trim on the neckline of the continuing Little Black Dress lesson. (8 of 13)
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608 MO 09/22/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Drape and Swirl Certain garments just make you want to twirl around; they feel light and airy and make you think of dancing. Linda starts out with a lesson on sewing with silk and hem finishes for the perfect edge to your flowing dress. Then, it's time to attach the bodice to the skirt of the Little Black Dress with Angela. Stephani shares a non intimidating way to get the perfect fit on a skirt from straight to flowing. (9 of 13)
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609 TU 09/23/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Tutorials on the Classics Learn insider tips for garment construction. Linda has a lesson on sewing with knits and pucker free hems. Angela's Little Black Dress segment deals with zippers that are just too long for your garment. Cindy demonstrates the way the professionals cut machine embroidered designs for applique. (10 of 13)
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610 WE 09/24/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Fit and Flare A classic style sometimes can use a change whether for fashion or fit. Kathleen teaches how to create a back yoke on a blouse to eliminate multiple darts or change to a more casual look. Angela has lessons on sleeves, and Gretchen alters a favorite pattern by adding a flounce for a fashion flare. (11 of 13)
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611 TH 09/25/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Classic Machine Attachments Cookie has an updated take on circles using a circle attachment and decorative stitches. Angela shows how to hem the vent on your dress. Clare shares her expertise on using sewing feet for easy ways to attach, trim, pearls, and sequins for an updated basic tee shirt. (12 of 13)
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612 FR 09/26/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.1 Classic Bags There many different silhouettes for a classic bag. Vanessa introduces a mini rounded clutch purse with all sorts of size options. Marie wraps up the show with an embroidered placemat purse - an easy way to have your choice of colors and patterns for a classic preppy look. (13 of 13)
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613 MO 09/29/14 10:30am 00:28:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Drape and Swirl Certain garments just make you want to twirl around; they feel light and airy and make you think of dancing. Linda starts out with a lesson on sewing with silk and hem finishes for the perfect edge to your flowing dress. Then, it's time to attach the bodice to the skirt of the Little Black Dress with Angela. Stephani shares a non intimidating way to get the perfect fit on a skirt from straight to flowing. (9 of 13)
WEB LINK
609 WE 09/03/14 05:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Drape and Swirl Certain garments just make you want to twirl around; they feel light and airy and make you think of dancing. Linda starts out with a lesson on sewing with silk and hem finishes for the perfect edge to your flowing dress. Then, it's time to attach the bodice to the skirt of the Little Black Dress with Angela. Stephani shares a non intimidating way to get the perfect fit on a skirt from straight to flowing. (9 of 13)
WEB LINK
609 WE 09/03/14 11:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Tutorials on the Classics Learn insider tips for garment construction. Linda has a lesson on sewing with knits and pucker free hems. Angela's Little Black Dress segment deals with zippers that are just too long for your garment. Cindy demonstrates the way the professionals cut machine embroidered designs for applique. (10 of 13)
WEB LINK
610 SU 09/07/14 05:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Fit and Flare A classic style sometimes can use a change whether for fashion or fit. Kathleen teaches how to create a back yoke on a blouse to eliminate multiple darts or change to a more casual look. Angela has lessons on sleeves, and Gretchen alters a favorite pattern by adding a flounce for a fashion flare. (11 of 13)
WEB LINK
611 WE 09/10/14 05:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Fit and Flare A classic style sometimes can use a change whether for fashion or fit. Kathleen teaches how to create a back yoke on a blouse to eliminate multiple darts or change to a more casual look. Angela has lessons on sleeves, and Gretchen alters a favorite pattern by adding a flounce for a fashion flare. (11 of 13)
WEB LINK
611 WE 09/10/14 11:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Bags and Totes You can never have too many bags! They show off your skills and accent every outfit. Colbey starts out with "little M's" bag--a mini drawstring back pack featuring button holes instead of grommets, plus a hidden pocket inside. Sue Hausmann shares techniques for giving purses their shape. She also demonstrates a truly unique duct tape purse. (4 of 13)
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404 SA 09/13/14 06:30am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Bags and Totes You can never have too many bags! They show off your skills and accent every outfit. Colbey starts out with "little M's" bag--a mini drawstring back pack featuring button holes instead of grommets, plus a hidden pocket inside. Sue Hausmann shares techniques for giving purses their shape. She also demonstrates a truly unique duct tape purse. (4 of 13)
WEB LINK
404 SA 09/13/14 09:30am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Bags and Totes You can never have too many bags! They show off your skills and accent every outfit. Colbey starts out with "little M's" bag--a mini drawstring back pack featuring button holes instead of grommets, plus a hidden pocket inside. Sue Hausmann shares techniques for giving purses their shape. She also demonstrates a truly unique duct tape purse. (4 of 13)
WEB LINK
404 SA 09/13/14 06:30pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Bags and Totes You can never have too many bags! They show off your skills and accent every outfit. Colbey starts out with "little M's" bag--a mini drawstring back pack featuring button holes instead of grommets, plus a hidden pocket inside. Sue Hausmann shares techniques for giving purses their shape. She also demonstrates a truly unique duct tape purse. (4 of 13)
WEB LINK
404 SA 09/13/14 09:30pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Classic Machine Attachments Cookie has an updated take on circles using a circle attachment and decorative stitches. Angela shows how to hem the vent on your dress. Clare shares her expertise on using sewing feet for easy ways to attach, trim, pearls, and sequins for an updated basic tee shirt. (12 of 13)
WEB LINK
612 SU 09/14/14 05:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Bags and Totes You can never have too many bags! They show off your skills and accent every outfit. Colbey starts out with "little M's" bag--a mini drawstring back pack featuring button holes instead of grommets, plus a hidden pocket inside. Sue Hausmann shares techniques for giving purses their shape. She also demonstrates a truly unique duct tape purse. (4 of 13)
WEB LINK
404 SU 09/14/14 12:30pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Bags and Totes You can never have too many bags! They show off your skills and accent every outfit. Colbey starts out with "little M's" bag--a mini drawstring back pack featuring button holes instead of grommets, plus a hidden pocket inside. Sue Hausmann shares techniques for giving purses their shape. She also demonstrates a truly unique duct tape purse. (4 of 13)
WEB LINK
404 SU 09/14/14 03:30pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Classic Bags There many different silhouettes for a classic bag. Vanessa introduces a mini rounded clutch purse with all sorts of size options. Marie wraps up the show with an embroidered placemat purse - an easy way to have your choice of colors and patterns for a classic preppy look. (13 of 13)
WEB LINK
613 WE 09/17/14 05:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Classic Bags There many different silhouettes for a classic bag. Vanessa introduces a mini rounded clutch purse with all sorts of size options. Marie wraps up the show with an embroidered placemat purse - an easy way to have your choice of colors and patterns for a classic preppy look. (13 of 13)
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613 WE 09/17/14 11:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Quilting Is In Fashion Angela introduces the practice of quilting the lining to your garment - just like the couture designers, without batting. Then it's a turn to traditional quilting with an easy paper piecing technique from Rebecca. (1 of 13)
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701 SU 09/21/14 05:00am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Start Small Bigger is not always better! Joanne makes a simple quilted tote. Learn the basics of an easy quilt square, and then use the technique to create a basic tote. Paula shares tips for working on a large project such as a bed quilt. Angela shares techniques for quilting leather and fleece for warmth and style. (2 of 13)
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702 WE 09/24/14 05:00am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Start Small Bigger is not always better! Joanne makes a simple quilted tote. Learn the basics of an easy quilt square, and then use the technique to create a basic tote. Paula shares tips for working on a large project such as a bed quilt. Angela shares techniques for quilting leather and fleece for warmth and style. (2 of 13)
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702 WE 09/24/14 11:00am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Jackets Jackets can be an intimidating sewing project, but not when you learn the secrets from great designers. Breaking a jacket into step by step parts is the key. Peggy demonstrates basic construction, notching collars, easing sleeves, and welt pockets. Gail is on location for a felted jacket idea with a personal story. Last, the sleeves are removed on a jacket from Barbara. The key technique is nuno felting--a specialty fabric idea.
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208 SA 09/27/14 06:00am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.3 Classic Accessories The key to making a signature piece work is accessories. Dress it up or down with a perfect scarf or wrap. Cookie starts with a few simple tricks and fabric choices for scarves to increase your wardrobe quickly and stylishly. Joanne gives plain pashmina wraps a makeover with bobbin work from both the embroidery and sewing side. (2 of 13)
WEB LINK
602 SA 09/27/14 09:30am 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Jackets Jackets can be an intimidating sewing project, but not when you learn the secrets from great designers. Breaking a jacket into step by step parts is the key. Peggy demonstrates basic construction, notching collars, easing sleeves, and welt pockets. Gail is on location for a felted jacket idea with a personal story. Last, the sleeves are removed on a jacket from Barbara. The key technique is nuno felting--a specialty fabric idea.
WEB LINK
208 SA 09/27/14 06:00pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.3 Classic Accessories The key to making a signature piece work is accessories. Dress it up or down with a perfect scarf or wrap. Cookie starts with a few simple tricks and fabric choices for scarves to increase your wardrobe quickly and stylishly. Joanne gives plain pashmina wraps a makeover with bobbin work from both the embroidery and sewing side. (2 of 13)
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602 SA 09/27/14 09:30pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Dress Up Your Garments Angela begins with a beautiful and traditional sheath dress. An intricate applique trim completely changes this basic silhouette. Eileen demonstrates simple monogram techniques for all different garments. (3 of 13)
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703 SU 09/28/14 05:00am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Jackets Jackets can be an intimidating sewing project, but not when you learn the secrets from great designers. Breaking a jacket into step by step parts is the key. Peggy demonstrates basic construction, notching collars, easing sleeves, and welt pockets. Gail is on location for a felted jacket idea with a personal story. Last, the sleeves are removed on a jacket from Barbara. The key technique is nuno felting--a specialty fabric idea.
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208 SU 09/28/14 NOON 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) × ST
36.3 Classic Accessories The key to making a signature piece work is accessories. Dress it up or down with a perfect scarf or wrap. Cookie starts with a few simple tricks and fabric choices for scarves to increase your wardrobe quickly and stylishly. Joanne gives plain pashmina wraps a makeover with bobbin work from both the embroidery and sewing side. (2 of 13)
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602 SU 09/28/14 03:30pm 00:29:00 (RPT) (CC) (DVS) ST
36.3 Fashion Forward Just because a technique is traditional doesn't mean that the item you create can't be on trend for today's fashion. Basic sewing and serger techniques are incorporated for knits into a trendy bandage skirt. Marie demonstrates trendy boot socks that will instantly personalize your outfit. Angela shares a tip on using your serger for an elastic waist. (4 of 13)
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704 WE 10/01/14 05:00am 00:29:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Fashion Forward Just because a technique is traditional doesn't mean that the item you create can't be on trend for today's fashion. Basic sewing and serger techniques are incorporated for knits into a trendy bandage skirt. Marie demonstrates trendy boot socks that will instantly personalize your outfit. Angela shares a tip on using your serger for an elastic waist. (4 of 13)
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704 WE 10/01/14 11:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Embroidery Show off your embroidery skills with great totes and jeans. Angela creates an embroidered tote with an amazing kaleidoscope design. Eileen has her own quilted clutch with embroidery. Angela returns with a restyle of your favorite pattern or readymade jeans with embroidery embellishments. (5 of 13)
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705 SU 10/05/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Tradition Meets Fashion Today, traditional quilting meets fashion. Angela makes a color block dress that's really just a variation on a large patchwork design. Quilter Jeni demonstrates piecework on a smaller scale with a half square quilt perfect for beginners. (6 of 13)
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706 WE 10/08/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Tradition Meets Fashion Today, traditional quilting meets fashion. Angela makes a color block dress that's really just a variation on a large patchwork design. Quilter Jeni demonstrates piecework on a smaller scale with a half square quilt perfect for beginners. (6 of 13)
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706 WE 10/08/14 11:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Quilt Techniques for All Types of Sewing Quilting concepts are applied to all sorts of different finished projects from pillows to skirts. Paula shares her creative method for doing trapunto. Jeni has an easy but modern feeling quilt project - this time it's the log cabin as coasters. Angela takes a quilt technique for seaming and uses it on a patchwork style skirt. (7 of 13)
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707 SU 10/12/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Recreate Simple finished items are the base for today's projects. Eileen starts out with a simple tee shirt and adds some embroidery to begin an amazing infinity scarf. Joanne has the secrets for embellishing a plain sheer wrap and turning it into a fabulous accent. (8 of 13)
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708 WE 10/15/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Recreate Simple finished items are the base for today's projects. Eileen starts out with a simple tee shirt and adds some embroidery to begin an amazing infinity scarf. Joanne has the secrets for embellishing a plain sheer wrap and turning it into a fabulous accent. (8 of 13)
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708 WE 10/15/14 11:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Quilt Basics Get started with the basics for traditional quilting. Rebecca has a demonstration on free motion and guided quilting to hold a kaleidoscope applique in place, plus a short discussion on fusibles and needles. Angela demonstrates ruching with elastic thread. (9 of 13)
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709 SU 10/19/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Accent On Embellishment Angela is known for beautifully fitted jackets. She adds trim to take them over the top with style. Marie shares a way to make simple work out clothing into stylish day wear all with embroidery. Janet demonstrates mistake proof bound button holes. (10 of 13)
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710 WE 10/22/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Accent On Embellishment Angela is known for beautifully fitted jackets. She adds trim to take them over the top with style. Marie shares a way to make simple work out clothing into stylish day wear all with embroidery. Janet demonstrates mistake proof bound button holes. (10 of 13)
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710 WE 10/22/14 11:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Something Extra Janet shares a wonderful technique for single and double miters the professional way. Then, look at patchwork just a little bit differently with a biscornu - a type of pillow design demonstrated by Rebecca. Angela creates a sheer fabric scarf using free motion stitching and stabilizer. (11 of 13)
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711 SU 10/26/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Fabric First Three fabrics are used for projects that are unique to the fabric chosen. Angela shows her technique for needle felting on silk. Tina introduces us to one of her favorite fabrics - linen. She has some tips for quilt blocks that tell a unique story. Angela returns for free motion techniques on cotton. (12 of 13)
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712 WE 10/29/14 05:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST
36.3 Fabric First Three fabrics are used for projects that are unique to the fabric chosen. Angela shows her technique for needle felting on silk. Tina introduces us to one of her favorite fabrics - linen. She has some tips for quilt blocks that tell a unique story. Angela returns for free motion techniques on cotton. (12 of 13)
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712 WE 10/29/14 11:00am 00:28:00 - (CC) × ST