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Art made on the spot…that’s the Wall Ball.  DIYStyle was there to see the artist and designer creations, all made in only 5 hours to be auctioned for charity!
This is a great trim option for the Handled Tote in the last DIYStyle episode. With the help of VELCRO brand hook and loop fastener, these dimensional fabric embellishments can be changed up on a whim.
A take-off from our Fold-Over Clutch, it’s the easy Tote version done up with super handles. And, in THE color of the season……turquoise!
JustLiv designer Elizabeth Hahn-Lawrence shows DIYStyle how to make a must have accessory for the spring fashion season. Her signature pieces are funky, fun, and really wearable. This braided headband is easy to do, and she shares tips on how to work it!
Accessories designer Elizabeth Hahn-Lawrence repurposes fabrics and trims to create luscious headbands, necklaces and more. This Illinois based independent designer shows us around her studio and tells DIYStyle how it all started.
Upcycle a sweater into the cozy Arm Warmers. These are quick to whip up and easy on the budget!
Brrr it’s cold out there, and this fleece scarf is warm and super easy to whip up. Maggie shows you how to stitch it quick.
Turning your monogram into a machine embroidered creation is really easy with the right tools. Allyce and June are at it again, showing you how to use one of Brother’s new software packages to do this in a snap!
This sweet fabric frame goes together in minutes, courtesy of machine embroidery. See June’s easy trick for making this quick gift all in the embroidery hoop.
Machine Embroidery is really popular, and our guest June Mellinger knows all the tricks for getting all the cool designs. Allyce and June have fun with the easy-to-use software she brings to the DIYStyle Workshop!
Jenny Hart is the queen of embroidery….and not the type your grandmother would choose! Hear how this pro artist, designer and crafter helped to push the indie craft movement. Jenny is the owner of Sublime Stitching and founder of Craft Mafia!
DIYStyle had the distinct pleasure of presenting LAUNCH, featuring the DIYStyle collection and the collections of four young designers: Conjetta by Connie Bourgeois, ML by Maggie Laskowitz, Stiles by Courtney Stiles and Allyce King Designs by Allyce King.
Project Design: Fall 2009 Who is the winner in this independent designer competition? DIYStyle was there to find out!
Need a quick and flirty costume in a jiff? Our Cocktail inspired “Blue Hawaiian” or “Bloody Mary” costume is just the answer! Perfect for an evening of fright and frivolity.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and we want to support the cause! Take your Race for the Cure Tees and create a spiff new pair of shorts for the next event. Think Pink with Allyce!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and we want to support the cause! Take your Race for the Cure Tees and create a spiff new pair of shorts for the next event. Think Pink with Allyce!
Turn a vintage apron into a quick café style valence. Maggie shows how to restyle it, and add some embroidery touches to give it new life.
Interview with St. Louis fashion designer, Laura Kathleen
http://www.laurakathleen.com
Leather is not that hard to sew, and Allyce show’s you a couple of tricks to make it smooth stitching!
Exposed zips are in this season, showing up on everything from separates to purses. Allyce shows a fool proof method to “make it work”.
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