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Season 64, Episode 26
February 27, 2013
The Season 64 finale spotlights transfer art and fabric postcards. Also: making a swimsuit cover-up.
Season 64, Episode 25
February 20, 2013
How to make jeans. Also: chicken stock preparation.
Season 64, Episode 24
February 13, 2013
Making princess cutout cookies; arranging tropical flowers.
Season 64, Episode 23
February 6, 2013
Repurposing a garage; bringing an indoor décor outside; hanging pictures.
Season 64, Episode 22
January 30, 2013
How to make a Kindle cozy and section a grapefruit. Also: Christy Kabbani and Nicky Poloski (Two Mothers Foods) share a recipe that is free of high allergens, low-nutrient ingredients and preservatives.
Season 64, Episode 21
January 23, 2013
Fabric postcards; bangle bracelets made from duct tape; a vegetarian version of carne adovado that uses eggplant instead of beef.
Season 64, Episode 20
January 16, 2013
Hanging groups of artwork; quilting time-savers; reproducing images on canvas.
Season 64, Episode 19
January 9, 2013
How to decorate and customize gift baskets; and embroider on any sewing machine.
Season 64, Episode 18
January 2, 2013
The USDA dietary guidelines; flower arrangements.
Season 64, Episode 17
December 26, 2012
Easy recipes that can be used for side dishes or party foods. Also: designing and fitting strapless gowns.
Season 64, Episode 16
December 19, 2012
Adding fringe flowers to embroidery designs; using fabric flowers as brooches, headbands and shoe clips. Also: easy handmade gifts.
Season 64, Episode 15
December 12, 2012
Preparing furniture to be sold; building and finishing a custom cornice; making and embellishing a frame.
Season 64, Episode 14
December 5, 2012
Using fusible web and cotton fabric to decorate handmade cards; incorporating vellum into the design of a card or scrapbook page. Also: healthy snacks.
Season 64, Episode 13
November 28, 2012
Needle felting; decorated cookies.
Season 64, Episode 12
November 21, 2012
Testing for accurate seam allowances and correct triangle alignments in a quilting project. Also: a beginner crochet project: a curly scarf; the art of perfumery.
Season 64, Episode 11
November 14, 2012
Diabetes and obesity; fun bread shapes. Also: Will Banister performs "He Turned Her on to Country."
Season 64, Episode 10
November 7, 2012
Dyeing techniques that use liquid dye. Also: making a mini-scrapbook that focuses on one subject or event; making candy pinwheels.
Season 64, Episode 9
October 31, 2012
How to use magazine pages to create a fabric that can be used for a one-of-a-kind purse, tote bag or book cover. Also: food gift ideas.
Season 64, Episode 8
October 24, 2012
The Fuel Up to Play 60 in-school nutrition and physical activity program; glitter applications; bread recipes that children like to make.
Season 64, Episode 7
October 17, 2012
Incorporating household items into new creations; making art glitter frame-able fabric panels; stamping on top-coated cookies.
Season 64, Episode 6
October 10, 2012
How to make a basic cookie-dough recipe and create a slice-and-bake gift log. Also: an image style of stamp; foam birds for a child's room.
Season 64, Episode 5
October 3, 2012
Quilts inspired by marble floors; a stuffed embroidery technique; safety standards for corded window treatments.
Season 64, Episode 4
September 26, 2012
Making old-fashioned bread. Also: products for crafters.
Season 64, Episode 3
September 19, 2012
Shibori dyeing is demonstrated. Also: incorporating items from a hardware store into needlework projects; giving an entry, powder bath or hallway a Grecian theme.
Season 64, Episode 2
September 12, 2012
Grapefruits and grapefruit juice are discussed. Also: creating a slim travel tote designed to safely carry multiple electronic devices; making chocolate dessert cups.
Season 64, Episode 1
September 5, 2012
The Season 64 premiere shows how candles can add oomph to every event; demonstrates how to make a quilted jacket from a de-constructed sweatshirt; and offers turkey-cooking advice.
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