It's Sew Easy

Episode Guide

Season 9

The New Millennium - The 2000s (#913)

As the new century dawned, fashion had gone from corsets to spandex pants in just 100 years. Even ...

Brand Names - The 1990s (#912)

Fashion trends were being recycled. Casual chic and grunge were in, as long as the garments had the ...

Fashion On The Go - The 1980s (#911)

In the 1980s, designers took their cues from active wear, workout clothes and easy care fabrics. ...

Fashion Free-For-All - The 1970s (#910)

Fashion rules went out the window in the 1970s. The t-shirt made the statement for day wear. Joanne ...

Up, Up And Around - The 1960s (#909)

Technology moved fast during the 1960s and everything from hemlines to rocket ships went up. Angela ...

Everything Comes Back - The 1950s (#908)

The 1950s look is all the rage today. Designer Courtney McCrone adds retro 50s details to dresses, ...

The 1950s Revisited (#907)

Figure-hugging, fitted bodices and full skirts defined 1950s fashion. Peggy Sagers adds French ...

Feminine Fashions In Wartime - The 1940s (#906)

During World War II, feminine fashion took on a more masculine look. But women added feminine ...

The Glamorous 1930s (#905)

Hollywood designers and glamorous starlets set the trends as people flocked to the movies in the ...

Fashionable Sleeves - The Late 1920s (#904)

Sleeves became important as women spent more time outdoors and synthetic fabrics became popular. ...

All That Jazz - The 1920s (#903)

As the 1920s roared in, women bared their shoulders and danced to the latest jazz. Angela Wolf ...

Doing More With Less - 1910-1919 (#902)

Supplies were scarce during the First World War Fabric details replaced laces and trims. Londa ...

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