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Watch It’s Sew Easy Episode 512 Online

Sewing expert Susan shares a couture technique for creating a perfect narrow hem edge.

If you’re in search of inspiration and sewing techniques, you’ll want to watch PBS show It’s Sew Easy. Starting at noon EST on Friday, September 12, 2014, It’sSewEasyTv.com will air episode 512, and will only be available online for free viewing for one week. This episode features two sewing experts who will be familiar to Threads readers – Threads contributing editor Susan Khalje; and Threads video personality Angela Wolf.

In episode 512, sewing expert Susan shares a couture technique for creating a perfect narrow hem edge, and pattern designer Angela Wolf demonstrates how to create decorative pleats on a cover stitch. Angela also shares her expert technique for making perfect key hole buttonholes.

Don’t miss other techniques by our experts, as seen on It’s Sew Easy.

Create a Beautiful Lace Top

Watch former Threads Editor Deana Tierney May demonstrate how to create a beautiful and simple lace top.



How to Make Reversible Chair Covers

This fun and easy-to-sew home décor project lets you get two looks in one.



Sew an Embellished Pencil Skirt

Watch as Threads Editor Sarah McFarland shows you how to transform a basic straight skirt pattern into a beautiful embellished skirt.



Create Curved Tucks

Threads contributing editor Kenneth D. King walks you through a lesson on creating elegant curved tucks.



How to Drape a Skirt

Threads Associate Editor Stephani L. Miller walks you through the basic principles of draping a skirt.



Couture Techniques for Building a Waistband

Susan Khalje shares couture construction and finishing techniques for sewing waistbands.

If you want to see more of It’s Sew Easy, DVDs of each season are available for purchase, or check your local PBS channel’s program listing to see if It’s Sew Easy is available for viewing in your area.

Do you currently watch It’s Sew Easy? What are some of your favorite techniques or projects you’ve seen on the show?


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  1. User avater
    chelosunny | | #1

    Is this how the hems on scarves are made?

  2. User avater
    kennethdking | | #2

    She's sooooooo good on camera!

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