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Sew Young, Sew Fun Series 400 (cc)

Sew Young, Sew Fun Series 400 (cc)

This how-to sewing series was designed by young people for young people with a focus on fun, as well as fast and flawless results! Host Nina Kay Milenius (Donovan) and guest experts share tons of inspiration for great sewing projects. Each program will bring viewers up to date with modern sewing technology, current sewing tools, and the latest sewing techniques. Produced by Sue Hausmann and VMS, Inc. Closed-Captioned. Programs available on 13 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 13-Disc Set. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail
Also see: Sew Young, Sew Fun Series 300; Sew Young, Sew Fun Series 500; Sew Young, Sew Fun Series 600; America Sews Series 1000 - 1900; America Quilts Creatively Series 100 - 500.

List of Titles


1. Decorate Your Room (cc)

1. Decorate Your Room (cc)

Nina Kay Milenius and her guest Pam Damour kick off this series with a fun look at creating your own unique space as you decorate your room. Dress up windows with a great valance, then fluff up the pillows, settle back and discover how to turn a t-shirt into a cozy pillow. Plus, Sew News magazine has Click for more


2. T-Shirt Time (cc)

2. T-Shirt Time (cc)

Express yourself! People do it all the time with t-shirts they wear, and now Sue Hausmann shows you how to make your own statement. Here we discover the ease in making a raglan sleeve shirt. Also add creative touches using a serger for a lettuce edge and appliqués. Next Sew News magazine shares some great Click for more


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3. "Luv U Lots" Message Board (cc)

Guest expert Barbara Tom stops by to share a fun message board project that you'll love. Then discover how you can make a difference and help others with your sewing as Sew News magazine shares charitable sewing projects. Just imagine a newborn cozy and warm in a receiving blanket and baby hat that your Click for more


4. Get Hooked (cc)

4. Get Hooked (cc)

You and your friends will be hooked on latch hook rugs and pillows as guest expert Kathleen Sams stops in with a fun project. Ideas are shared on how to integrate different hobbies and sew with unusual fabrics. Sew News magazine shows how to create colorful bookmarks for you and for gift giving. 2007/CC Click for more


5. Snuggly Friends (cc)

5. Snuggly Friends (cc)

Your furry friends will feel especially loved and safe as they snuggle into their new pet pillow. Nina Kay Milenius will show you how, and includes tips for adding piping, zippers, stuffing, and bias tape. Then embellish the pillow with your little friend's name. Next the staff at Sew News magazine celebrates Click for more


6. All Things Girly (cc)

6. All Things Girly (cc)

This show has a definite feminine touch as we invite female viewers to make a beautiful heirloom camisole with us. Here you'll discover valuable tips and techniques for inserting lace, pin tucks, edging with lace and adding delicate ribbon touches; also you'll find out more about heirloom sewing and different types Click for more


7. Busy Time Bag (cc)

7. Busy Time Bag (cc)

Here we show how you'll be able to keep busy little hands occupied with a bag full of puppets and other fun activities the next time you baby-sit; also you'll learn tips on adding zippers and using Velcro. Then our friends at Sew News magazine share cookie cutter hangers. 2007/CC Closed-Captioned IJSC 30 min. Click for more


8. The Long and Short of It (cc)

8. The Long and Short of It (cc)

Guest expert Jeanine Twigg shares the long and short of it with some great new projects for making shorts and cool tear-away pants. Plus you'll love working with flannel for PJ pants. Next discover how to modify a pattern and get tips for sewing elastic. Then Sew News magazine has a wonderful conversion Click for more


9. Get Cozy Quilts (cc)

9. Get Cozy Quilts (cc)

There's nothing like wrapping up in your favorite quilt, feeling warm and cozy. Our guest expert, Bonnie Browning of the American Quilter's Society, stops in for a visit to share some fantastic quilt projects and a special look at the AQS Museum. Then our friends from Sew News magazine will share different Click for more


10. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (cc)

10. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (cc)

Stop! Don't throw out those worn jeans. We've got some truly creative new uses for recycling your favorite jeans. From a jean skirt with lace gussets to a cute 4-patch pillow complete with embellishments you'll see that there's a whole new life for old jeans. Discover tips for fraying jeans and applying snaps. Also, Click for more


11. Get Organized (cc)

11. Get Organized (cc)

We've taken organization to a whole new creative level for you, your friends and family. Our Ziploc organizer, sewn with gusset and zippers, will be great for everything from hair and makeup supplies, to fishing tackle, and maybe even Mom's sewing supplies. Our friends from Sew News magazine join in the fun Click for more


12. Quilt by Numbers (cc)

12. Quilt by Numbers (cc)

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3 when host Nina Kay Milenius shares quilting by numbers. Next learn valuable tips and techniques for decorative stitching and using batting and binding. Then Sew News magazine offers up some creative uses for fabric strips and piecing techniques. 2007/CC Closed-Captioned IJSC 30 Click for more


13. Hi-Tech Sewing (cc)

13. Hi-Tech Sewing (cc)

Sewing goes hi-tech as we share the latest in today's sewing technology. Here you discover auto digitizing and an incredible cross stitcher. And while we're at it, have you ever thought about selling some of your creations? Fist we share tips on entrepreneurship; then Sew News magazine will help you get started Click for more





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