May 28, 2024

Angela Wolf ISE600 It's Sew Easy TV - Series 600, 13 Videos

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78759: Angela Wolf ISE600 It's Sew Easy TV - Series 600

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It's Sew Easy Series 600...
It’s sew easy – the place for creative and contemporary sewing with instructions, videos, patterns and projects presented by leading sewing experts for beginners and experienced sewers. Featuring apparel, quilting and home dec.

601 - Little Black Dress
This season is all about the classics and features the Little Black Dress. Angela Wolf has an extended lesson on choosing the fabric and silhouette for you own little black (or any color you like) dress and sewing darts. Then, fit expert Peggy Sagers takes a basic tee shirt pattern and turns it into a classic sheath dress.

602 - Classic Accessories
The key to making a signature piece work is accessories. Dress it up or down with a perfect scarf or wrap. Cookie Gaynor starts with a few simple tricks and fabric choices for scarves to increase your wardrobe quickly and stylishly. Lesson 2 of the Little Black Dress features silhouettes and sewing on silk with a French seam, all with Angela Wolf. Joanne Banko gives plain pashmina wraps a makeover with bobbin work from both the embroidery and sewing side.

603 - Dress up Your Wardrobe
We expand our view of classics by adding surface embellishments to personalize your garment. Cindy Hogan makes appliqués from embroidery to add detail to any garment. Then, it’s our next lesson in the Little Black Dress from Angela Wolf and different seam finishes including the Hong Kong. Last is embroidery expert Eileen Roche and easy dress embroidery for beautiful style.

604 - Classic Details
Today’s show looks at a few classic details. Amy Alan has a serger lesson. She reviews the basic serger stitches and teaches when to use them and tension adjustments for each. Then, Angela Wolf introduces princess seams – why you use them, how to adjust for fit, and then how to sew them. Finally, Kenneth D. King has a couture technique for curved tucks on a fabulous top.

605 - Sleepy Time
The experts have adorable projects for the little ones in your life. We begin with a pillow from Vanessa Vargas Wilson. Open up the pillow for a play mat that might double as a naptime or car trip blanket. Then, we move on to another lesson from Angela Wolf for the Little Black Dress. Alter the neckline curve and make a new facing. Finally, meet expert Pearl Krush with a kid’s bedroll.

606 - Specialty Sewing
Create your own fashion “opportunity” when you make your own specialty garment. Kathleen Cheetham starts out with pattern alterations to change your favorite top into a maternity top. Then, in our Little Black Dress lesson, Angela Wolf attaches facing and under stitches on a round neckline. Finally, Melissa Stramel features the ruffling foot as she makes a party dress– sewing for a little girl is a great sewing opportunity.

607 - Classic Finish Details
Learn the details that will make your wardrobe a classic. 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. They are not necessarily difficult or time consuming – but they show you took that extra step to make your garment a classic. Amy Alan demonstrates serging - one of those techniques that is always classic. Then, we have another lesson of the Little Black Dress with Angela Wolf and how to use the lining as your facing. Finally, couture expert Susan Khalje has some special finish details for a professional look.

608 - 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. Today’s experts use ribbons and trims as an integral part of their design. Joanne Banko shows how to embellish a dress with decoratively stitched bands you make yourself. Then, Angela Wolf uses bias tape trim on the neckline of the continuing Little Black Dress lesson. Last is Sunni Standing and a waistband for a pencil skirt created from ribbon.

609 - Drape and Swirl
Certain garments just make you want to twirl around; they feel light and airy and make you think of dancing. It can be the pattern or the fabric but everyone knows that feeling. Today’s experts will show you how to achieve that look easily. Special guest and sewing expert Linda Lee 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 Wolf. Last is a lesson on draping with Stephani Miller – this is a non intimidating way to get the perfect fit on a skirt from straight to flowing.

610 - Tutorials on the Classics
Our experts show some of their insider tips for garment construction. First is sewing expert Linda Lee with a lesson on sewing with knits and pucker free hems. Angela Wolf is next with a Little Black Dress segment and how to deal with zippers that are just too long for your garment. Finally, Cindy Hogan demonstrates the way the professionals cut machine embroidered designs for appliqué.

611 - Fit and Flare
A classic style sometimes can use a change whether for fashion or fit. Fit expert Kathleen Cheetham teaches how to create a back yoke on a blouse to eliminate multiple darts or change to a more casual look. Then, it’s a lesson on sleeves for your Little Black Dress with Angela Wolf. Finally, Gretchen Hirsch alters a favorite pattern by adding a flounce for a fashion flare.

612 - Classic Machine Attachments
Today’s experts provide a new perspective on machine attachments. You can do so many techniques faster and easier when you choose the right accessory. Cookie Gaynor is first with an updated take on circles using a circle attachment and decorative stitches. Then, Angela Wolf’s Little Black Dress lesson is hemming the vent on your dress. Finally, Clare Rowley shares her expertise on using sewing feet for easy ways to attach, trim, pearls, and sequins for an updated basic tee shirt.

613 - Classic Bags
There many different silhouettes for a classic bag – the one you carry every day. This show will introduce two more possibilities. Vanessa Vargas Wilson introduces a mini rounded clutch purse with all sorts of size options. Then, it’s time to hem our Little Black Dress with Angela Wolf. Marie Zinno 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.
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Angela Wolf AW7213P The Chloe Trench

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Angela Wolf AW7213P The Chloe Trench

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Skill Level: Beginner

Sizes: 0 - 18 and 16W - 36W

Pattern Details: Paper with Spiral Bound Notebook & Digital PDF versions available (this is the PAPER version of the pattern which includes a spiral bound booklet and quality paper pattern.
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Supplies: Fusible Interfacing, Thread, Rings or Belt loops for Wrist Belt,

Main Fabric: wool, twill, cashmere, cotton, linen, cotton sateen, tweed,

Tip: Test the fit with a medium weight muslin fabric

Fabric Ideas: Cotton Sateen Twill in Teal, Red, and Navy

Angela Wolf AW2008 Lacy Knit Top

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Angela Wolf AW2008 Lacy Knit Top

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Skill Level: Beginner

Sizes: 0 - 18 and 16W - 36W
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Supplies: Knit Fabric with at least 2% stretch, Lace or Mesh fabric for contrast, thread

Fabric Ideas: ITY knit, rayon knit, bamboo knit, Anabelle knit

Angela Wolf AW2009 Bella Knit Top

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Angela Wolf AW2009 Bella Knit Top

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Skill Level: Beginner

Sizes: 0 - 18 and 16W - 36W
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Supplies: Knit Fabric with at least 2% stretch, fusible interfacing, thread

Fabric Ideas: ITY knit, rayon knit, bamboo knit

Angela Wolf AW1542P The Linda Tunic

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Angela Wolf AW1542P The Linda Tunic

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The Linda Tunic is a pullover top with a stylish neckline! Great pattern for beginners and includes a sewalong as seen on season 17 of It's Sew Easy TV.

Available in Misses Sizes 0 - 18 and Plus Sizes 16W - 36W

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Supplies: fabric, interfacing, 2 buttons, universal thread

Angela Wolf ISE700 It's Sew Easy TV - Series 700, 13 Videos

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78755: Angela Wolf ISE700 It's Sew Easy TV - Series 700, 13 Videos

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It's Sew Easy Series 700...
This season features traditional sewing in all its forms with a special emphasis on quilting. Get ready to redefine the word “traditional” as we integrate some common quilting principles into fashion sewing with fantastic results!

701 - Quilting is in Fashion
Today’s show takes a look at quilting in a whole new way, as common quilt techniques find their way into fashion. Quilting is not just for on your bed – Angela Wolf 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 Kemp Brent.

702 - Start Small
Bigger is not always better! Start out with a manageable project when you want to learn a new technique. Joanne Banko appears first with a simple quilted tote. Learn the basics of an easy quilt square, and then use the technique to create a basic tote. Next, Paula Reid shares tips for working on a large project such as a bed quilt – just how do you work with all of that fabric on your machine? Last is Angela Wolf with techniques for quilting leather and fleece for warmth and style.

703 - Dress Up Your Garments
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 appliqué 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.

704 - 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. Successful sewing is all about learning the basics and then using those ideas to create garments that fit your personal style. On this show we incorporate basic sewing and serger techniques for knits into a trendy bandage skirt with Rachel Howard. Then, Marie Zinno demonstrates trendy boot socks that will instantly personalize your outfit. Finally, Angela Wolf has a tip on using your serger for an elastic waist.

705 - Embroidery
Show off your embroidery skills with great totes and jeans. One of the best parts about sewing is the chance to show off some of your latest creations. On this show guest experts give you lots of opportunities to be proud of your embroidery skills. First, Angela Wolf creates an embroidered tote with an amazing kaleidoscope design. Then, Eileen Roche has her own quilted clutch with embroidery. Last, Angela returns with a restyle of your favorite pattern or readymade jeans with embroidery embellishments.

706 - Tradition Meets Fashion
On this show, piecework like you’ve never seen it before – as traditional quilting meets fashion.
Think a little outside of the box as Angela Wolf makes a color block dress that’s really just a variation on a large patchwork design. Then, quilter Jeni Baker demonstrates piecework on a smaller scale with a half square quilt perfect for beginners.

707 - Quilt Techniques for all Types of Sewing
We apply quilting concepts to all sorts of different finished projects from pillows to skirts on this show. If you’re a fashion sewer, quilting is a little break from fitting and if you’re a quilter we have garments that incorporate your techniques in garments. First, Paula Reid shares her creative method for doing trapunto. Then, Jeni Baker has an easy but modern feeling quilt project – this time it’s the log cabin as coasters. Finally, Angela Wolf takes a quilt technique for seaming and uses it on a patchwork style skirt.

708 - Recreate
Simple finished items are the base for today’s projects. Our experts give them some added pizzazz. Eileen Roche starts out with a simple tee shirt – add some embroidery and it begins an amazing infinity scarf. Then, Joanne Banko has the secrets for embellishing a plain sheer wrap and turning it into a fabulous accent.

709 - Quilt Basics
Get started with the basics for traditional quilting. What could be more basic than quilting for home decor and apparel? Rebecca Kemp Brent has a demonstration on free motion and guided quilting to hold a kaleidoscope appliqué in place, plus a short discussion on fusibles and needles. Then, Angela Wolf demonstrates ruching with elastic thread.

710 - Accent on Embellishment
In sewing it’s embellishments that are the extra step that takes us from ordinary to extraordinary. Angela Wolf is known for beautifully fitted jackets. On this show she adds trim to take them over the top with style. Then, Marie Zinno shares a way to make simple work out clothing into stylish day wear all with embroidery. Finally, the perfect accent is a couture detail. Janet Pray demonstrates mistake proof bound button holes.

711 - Something Extra
Our recurring theme is “let the experts show you how”. What experts offer is that little something extra – maybe it’s a tip, or an extra step, or maybe even a shortcut – but they have that technique perfected over countless projects and want to share with you! Janet Pray is our first expert with 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 Kemp Brent. Finally, Angela Wolf creates a sheer fabric scarf using free motion stitching and stabilizer.

712 - Fabric First
There are many sources for inspiration when choosing a sewing project. Sometimes we find the perfect pattern or silhouette, and sometimes it’s a special occasion we want to sew for, other times we simply love a particular fabric and look for something to make out of a gorgeous cut. But each fabric has characteristics that require different techniques. We chose 3 fabrics today and projects that are unique to the fabric chosen. First, Angela shows her technique for needle felting on silk. Next, Tina Givens introduces us to one of her favorite fabrics – linen. She has some tips for quilt blocks that tell a unique story. Then, Angela returns for free motion techniques on cotton.

713 - Tucks and Texture
There are many different ways to manipulate fabric for a textural look and feel. Especially in a monochromatic color scheme texture really stands out. Rebecca Kemp Brent starts out with a tucked bolster pillow – it’s a traditional technique and look that complements many different décor styles. Then, it’s a traditional quilting technique in a nontraditional way as Angela Wolf uses a walking foot to quilt a jacket. We finish up with flat felled seams - common in quilting but incorporated into clothing with Janet Pray.
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Angela Wolf ISE800 It's Sew Easy - Series 800, 13 Videos

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It's Sew Easy Series 800... Whatever the Fashion, Sewing is Timeless
Fashion and style throughout the 20th century were influenced by historical events, changing attitudes, new lifestyles and rapidly advancing technology. Skirt fullness, necklines, hemlines, embellishments all changed as women moved from home to the workplace. Sewing and design sewing experts show how s to use time-honored techniques with the latest sewing tools and technology to create today’s fashions.

801 - The New Century Begins – The 1900’s
The Industrial Revolution was in full swing and women ventured beyond their homes into the workplace and politics. Angela Wolf creates a luxurious kimono duster inspired by those worn over long, full skirts and dresses. Kathy McMakin uses today’s machines to create a precious heirloom baby bonnet you’ll treasure.

802 - The World at War 1910-1919
As the first World War began, supplies became scarce. Women joined the workforce as men fought overseas. Fashions became less restrictive, bustles disappeared and the silhouette became sleeker. Designers used scraps for embellishment and manipulated fabric to create design details. Rebecca Kemp Brent shows how to create beautiful scrap fabric flowers. Angela Wolf uses couture draping techniques to add fashion flair to a straight skirt.

803 - The Late Teens – Everything Had Changed
As the war ended, people dressed up more. Coleen Swettman uses computerized embroidery technology to create free-standing lace for accessories, collars, cuffs and trim. Women wore bloomers for sports like swimming, tennis, basketball and bowling. Tina Givens shows how to update the original bloomers to wear today. Lynn Lunoe shows how to create charming doll fashions faster than ever.

804 - The Roaring 20’s
The 20’s were a time to celebrate with shorter skirts and lots of glitz. Fashionable women wore tubular styles with bare shoulders, glitter and fringe. Angela Wolf makes a fringy tank top with today’s look using knit and woven fabrics. Amber Eden shows how to sew with sequined fabric to create contemporary sparkly fashions.

805 - The Golden Era – The Late 1920’s
Women were working outside the home, volunteering and voting! It was a time to see and be seen as designers found inspiration in sports heroes and movie stars. Sewing expert Lisa Shaw shows how to use computerized design techniques to create a stunning capelet and Angela Wolf designs and sews a form-fitting gored skirt with faux suede piping that flatters any figure.

806 - After the Big Crash: 1930’s
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 glamourous evening wear on the bias and Rebecca Kemp Brent adds scallops to add a fresh look to any garment or to home décor.

807 - The World at War – Again: The 1940’s
Factories hummed and women took up men’s roles making military supplies as the second World War began. Fabric was rationed and women took fashion cues from military uniforms. Angela Wolf makes a contemporary jacket inspired by General Eisenhower’s shortened uniform jacket. Embroidery expert Lisa Shaw shows how to design a handy embroidered clutch bag for an evening out.

808 - Fashion Inside and Out – the Late 1940’s
As the war ended, women wore more tailored garments and pants. Fabric was readily available and flounces and drape became important design details to soften the masculine look. Sewing expert Londa Rohlfing shows how to make flounces for a truly feminine touch and Angela Wolf makes trendy cropped pants with a hidden zipper and great waistband treatments.

809 - The 1950’s Boom and Rock
In the 1950’s, every teenager had a transistor radio and went to the sock hop. Designer and sewing expert Gretchen Hirsch shows how to make an updated circle skirt for today. Lisa Shaw adds contemporary machine-embroidery to a cardigan sweater, inspired by the sweaters of the 1950’s. Gretchen returns to show how to add a gathered crinoline to make the skirt really full and flirty.

810 - The Space Race Begins: The Late 1950’s
Nations raced to put satellites into space and the fashion scene took a futuristic step toward figure-hugging fashions. Gretchen Hirsch shows how to redesign a pattern to make a trendy blouse that buttons up the back and designer Peggy Sagers takes a cue from a man’s shirt to create a flattering shirtwaist dress with easy collar variations.

811 - The British Invasion – The 1960’s
Technology exploded and new music, fashion and ideas flooded in from England and beyond. Fashion influence went beyond Fifth Avenue and Carnaby Street in London influenced the fashion scene. Sewing expert Angela Wolf shows how easy it is to cut and sew a sassy mini-skirt and Marie Zinno uses today’s embroidery technology to embroider a hip fringed faux suede belt.

812 - The Counterculture: The Late 1960’s
We were headed to the moon! Back on earth, the hippie movement took hold with loose-fitting, fluid fashions, bell bottoms, sandals, t-shirts and headbands. Dressing up included a ruffled shirt, striped hip-hugger pants and zippered boots. Londa Rohlfing shares her sewing expertise to add ruffles to any garment and Coleen Swettman sews a hippie-inspired poncho that goes everywhere today.

813 - The Me Decade: The 1970’s
The Energy Crisis, inflation and the gas shortage ushered in the 1970’s. There were no fashion “rules”. Styles and influences came from all over the world as each individual created a personal style. Sewing expert Angela Wolf shows how to make a fashionable, updated peasant blouse with today’s Boho look. Embroidery expert Marie Zinno adds colorful embroidery to jeans to give them unique fashion flair.
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Angela Wolf ISE900 It's Sew Easy - Series 900, 13 Videos

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78758: Angela Wolf ISE900 It's Sew Easy - Series 900, 13 Videos

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Series 900 - Timeless Techniques for Today’s Fashions
Traditional sewing meets today’s technology

It’s Sew Easy, Series 900 continues to trace fashion and sewing through the historical events, cultural influences and trends of the 20th century. New attitudes, new lifestyles and new technology changed what women were doing and wearing. Our sewing experts show how fashion fit, necklines, hemlines, accessories and embellishments all changed through times of war and economic ups and downs. Each week, sewing and design experts, featuring Angela Wolf, show how to use time-honored techniques together with the latest sewing tools and technology to create today’s hottest fashions.

901 - The Turn of the Century – 1900’s
Vintage fashions still inspire today’s designers. Rebecca Kemp Brent shows how to make an elegant lantern purse perfect for an evening out then and now. Kathy McMakin sews a precious turn-of-the century child’s day gown quickly and easily using today’s serger techniques.

902 - Doing More With Less - 1910-1919
Supplies were scarce during the first World War. Fabric details replaced laces and trims. Londa Rohlfing shows how to create beautiful ruching for a contemporary blouse. Terry McFeely uses fabric and feathers to make a charming fascinator hat. Joanne Banko uses the cording foot to add extra flair to home decor.

903 - All That Jazz – the 1920’s
As the 1920’s 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.

904 - Fashionable Sleeves – Late 1920’s
Sleeves became important as women spent more time outdoors and synthetic fabrics became popular. Angela Wolf shows how to change a pattern to add batwing sleeves. Then she shows how to create bishop sleeves, inspired by eastern European folkwear.

905 - The Glamourous 1930’s
Hollywood designers and glamorous starlets set the trends as people flocked to the movies in the 1930’s. Rebecca Kemp-Brent shows how to recreate any neckline for a whole new look. Angela Wolf embroiders fabric to create a gown for the red carpet. Joanne Banko shows how to join lace, ribbon and fabric with the edge joining foot to get a designer look.

906 - Feminine Fashions in Wartime – 1940’s
During World War II, feminine fashion took on a more masculine look. But women added feminine touches. Joann Banko creates embroidered lingerie. Then Heather Valentine shows how to top off boots with a lacey cuff. Joanne Banko adds beads and trims with the pearls and sequin foot.

907 - The 1950’s Revisited
Figure-hugging, fitted bodices and full skirts defined 1950’s fashion. Peggy Sagers adds French darts to a top for a perfect fit. Pearl Krush creates the iconic poodle skirt for an 18” fashion doll and Joanne Banko uses the couching and braiding feet to add style and color to a tote bag.

908 - Everything Comes Back – the 1950’s
The 1950’s look is all the rage today. Designer Courtney McCrone adds retro 50’s 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 décor using the piping foot.

909 - Up, Up and Around – the 1960’s
Technology moved fast during the 1960’s and everything from hemlines to rocket ships went up.
Angela Wolf turns modern art into wearable art as she makes a color-block mini-dress. Peggy Sagers shows how to design and make the comfortable and flattering wrap dress, a staple in every working woman’s wardrobe.

910 - Fashion Free-for-All – the 1970’s
Fashion rules went out the window in the 1970’s. The t-shirt made the statement for day wear. Joanne Banko creates a custom embroidered t-shirt for a special cause. Jumpsuits were all the rage and are in again. Angela Wolf shows how to create a jumpsuit by combining existing pant and top patterns.

911 - Fashion on the Go – the 1980’s
In the 1980’s, designers took their cues from active wear, workout clothes and easy care fabrics. Angela Wolf adds a sassy peplum to a basic t-shirt to add swing and style. Cindy Hogan uses the latest digital cutting technology to create appliques for a go-everywhere denim jacket.

912 - Brand Names – the 1990’s
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.

913 - The New Millennium – The 2000’s
As the new century dawned, fashion had gone from corsets to spandex pants in just 100 years. Even dogs were getting dressed up. Paulette Bell creates a customized dog coat using machine embroidery. Angela Wolf adds a hand warmer to work-out wear for today’s trendy touch.
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Angela Wolf ISE1000 It's Sew Easy - Series 1000, 13 Videos

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Series 1000 – Pathways to Sewing...
In this 10th season of It’s Sew Easy, join today’s sewing, embroidery and design experts, featuring Angela Wolf, to explore the variety of pathways that lead to sewing. Important life events, costumes, a new home, fitting challenges or changing needs are all reasons that people start to sew. What or who inspired you to sew? Along the sewing pathway, look beyond ready-to-wear to design and sew costumes, garments, accessories and home décor as you build your sewing and embroidery skills.

Today’s foremost sewing, embroidery and design personalities share their favorite ideas, projects, techniques and tips to create professional-looking garments, accessories and home décor.

So come on along ! Let’s get onto the pathway to sewing and see why It’s Sew Easy!

1001 - Sewing for Babies and Children
Babies and children are a great inspiration to sew. Couture fashion expert Angela Wolf transforms a simple t-shirt into a super cute girl’s dress. Then, she shows how to make spaghetti straps quickly. Pattern designer Krista Tracy makes a trendy waterproof backpack to use as a diaper bag or a pool or gym bag.

1002 - Let’s Dress Up
Along the path to sewing, the need for a costume is a great reason to start to sew. Sewing experts Janet Pray and Jessica Johnson alter a basic pattern to make a cute, cuddly and safe toddler costume. Fashion designer Angela Wolf shares a neckline tip and fabric artist Terry McFeely creates whimsical fairy wings for anyone.

1003 - Distinctive Style
Sometimes a photo in a magazine can lead the way toward sewing custom fashions and accessories. Couturier Angela Wolf sews a fashionable fleece jacket and then fringes wool to create a flirty handbag. Designer Kay Whitt creates a colorful custom bag with a handy concealed zippered pocket.

1004 - Costume Fun
Once you gain sewing confidence, you can explore new possibilities. Cosplay enthusiast Cheryl Sleboda fearlessly sews with unusual fabrics to create today’s trendiest costumes. Angela Wolf embroiders on leather and embroidery educator Rebecca Kemp Brent creates changeable body art with faux tattoos for fun and fashion.

1005 - Wedding Bells
The pathway to sewing may lead right down the aisle. Fashion expert Angela Wolf shows how to embroider on tulle to create a stunning one-of-a-kind wedding gown. Quilt designer Kim Montagnese creates a keepsake ring-bearer pillow with computer design software and creative embellisher Clare Rowley tops it off with custom-made bridal veils.

1006 - Cosplay
Many people who never sewed before are sewing spectacular costumes for cosplay events. Rebecca Kemp Brent, sewing educator, shows how to make a Renaissance-inspired suit of armor from a sweatshirt and designer Angela Wolf adds top-stitching for fashion effects. Cheryl Sleboda, costume enthusiast, lights it all up by adding lights to garments, costumes and accessories.

1007 - Sewing for People with All Abilities
Sometimes we sew to adapt clothing for people with special abilities or sew to help others. Fitting expert Peggy Sagers shares simple techniques to make contemporary fashion comfortable and functional for anyone. Designer Angela Wolf changes the angle of a pocket to update the look. Sewing educator June Mellinger presents easy, meaningful and useful sewing projects to benefit important causes in your community.

1008 - Stepping Out
On your journey toward sewing, release your inner designer. Joanne Banko, sewing and embroidery educator, creates a sharp Western-inspired jacket. Angela Wolf shares couture tips for belts and embroidery expert Rebecca Kemp Brent customizes embroidery to make badges, patches and insignias for costumes or jackets and hats.

1009 - Sewing 101
Let’s go back to sewing basics. Sewing industry insider Janet Pray shows how to sew more efficiently and comfortably with good sewing ergonomics. Lynn Lunoe, sewing educator, explains how to use the feet and accessories that come with a sewing machine. Blogger and designer Heather Valentine quickly sews up a fun, fashionable and super-simple skirt.

1010 - Decorating at Home
When the pathway leads to a new house or apartment, make it feel like home by sewing decorator accents. Lisa Shepard Stewart, author, designer and fabric expert, makes designer-quality pillows with faux piping trim. Angela Wolf, custom fashion designer, has a tip for cutting buttonholes. Quilt designer and fiber artist Kim Montagnese adds color and texture to a contemporary wall-hanging with thread painting on a frame.

1011 - What’s Trending
Step off the traditional path and sew your own signature style. Designer Kay Whitt adds decorative hem bands to create colorful on-trend fashions. Pattern designer and custom clothier Angela Wolf shows how to create a perfect hem. Then, she redesigns vintage ready-to-wear to channel today’s runway look.

1012 - Fashions and Fit
Achieving a perfect fit inspires many to start to sew. Using custom measurements, sewing educator Joanne Banko creates a well-fitting boho skirt on the serger. Angela Wolf, author and designer, shows how to sew flat-felled seams for a tailored look. Then, she shows how to make custom-fitted pants and jeans that flatter any figure.

1013 - Sewing as a Business
Your pathway to sewing may lead to a career in design, sewing or embroidery. Commercial embroiderer Paulette Bell shows how to start your own custom embroidery business. Angela Wolf, designer and pattern creator, adds sparkle to table accessories and shares her experience as a successful entrepreneur developing a custom sewing and fashion design business.
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