Re:Fashion
Re:Fashion
Marcy Harriell
When actress, singer and sewist Marcy Harriell spots an item on the rack, she sees potential. Because in her hands, so-so pieces get turned into imaginative, head-turning fashion statements. This original Bluprint series follows Marcy as she brings wild creativity and a funky sense of style to outfits she refashions for her daily adventures.
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Transform into your favorite DC super heroes with the help of Marcy Harriell, sewist extraordinaire and diehard comic book fan. In this four-part series, Marcy shows you how to put together DIY costumes for the whole family including Batman (designed for a woman), Aquaman, Superman (for the kids) and Wonder Woman. Plus get fast costume-making tips for when you're in a pinch!
Marcy Harriell
Marcy Harriell
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Look — and feel — good when you work out! Serge your own activewear wardrobe that’s tailored just for you.
Melissa Fehr
Melissa Fehr
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Be prepared to meet your new best friends! Designer Diane Spencer Ogg guides you step by step to create a classic tote bag and stash-busting clutch in your choice of fabrics — from wool tweed to canvas to stabilized cotton. Along the way, you’ll learn tips and techniques for working with plaids, making zipper pockets and more.
Diane Spencer Ogg
Diane Spencer Ogg
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