LINDA MACPHEE'S WORKSHOP SEASON 5
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Each season on contains 13 ½ hour episodes designed to entertain and inform with wonderful sewing projects, craft items and interesting guests
Linda is joined by her friend Joan and together they create some unique Jean Jackets. Fibre artist, Debbie Bates shows us some of her great ideas and then Linda travels to a log cabin in the country that is the studio of Celina Patterson, who makes hats that will definitely turn heads!
Linda,with the help of fellow sewing enthusiast Bev. Armstrong, makes a "one of a kind" Jester Doll. Barb Barone comes by to demonstrate some amazing creative knitting and then Linda goes on the road to view a very creative fashion design challenge. The results are amazing!
Linda and her cousin Nancy create some simple cushions that will inspire anyone to get sewing! Debbie Bates ,a well known fibre artist, demonstrates some of her fine work. Linda then travels to a local high school for a look at the great fashion studies program offered there.
Linda and daughter-in law Pam create a very fashionable chinchilla poncho. Linda's road trip is to see Paula Lishman, a famous artist who knits amazing garments with fur. Wanda Cracknell is in studio and blows Linda's mind with her wonderful and unusual quilts.
Learn how to use common dishwasher liquid to create amazing designs on fabric. The show takes a field trip to a local Farmer's Market. Abby Riba a decorative expert share the techniques of embellishing with crystals.
It's dress-up time and Linda and her daughter-in -law Pam "show and tell" about great costume ideas for kids.Linda travels to a Fibre arts Festival and chats with authors Debbie Bates and Liz Kettle about their exciting new book. Fibre artist, Wanda Cracknell, brings more of her quilting expertise with some amazing work!
Circle skirts are simple to make and they can also become table cloths quite easily! Design Expert Stasia Nawrocki shows us her secrets of decorating for her garden party. Linda travels to the studio of fibre artist, Anna Hergert, where they create a plastic coat to die for!
It's all about angora goats and their hair and hides. One of the goats even joins Linda on set! Linda then creates a reversible chinchilla vest that will turn heads. She then travels to the Rug Hookers Guild and finds out all there is to know about hooking!
Its all about creativity ........ T-shirts and their many variations are showcased first. Trevor Conquergood, Linda's embroidery expert, gives her some of his great tips. Linda visits an award winning quilt shop and finds out all about the world of wonderful wool quilts.
It's all about babies...what we can sew for them and the wardrobe we can sew when we are the mother expecting them. The swing coat is featured as it is a great garment for every body shape.Linda has a visit from her sewing friend Bebe Bass who delights her with her quick and easy projects.
Linda is joined by her sewaholic friend Joan and together they have fun with foiling, bleaching and bejewelling fabrics with some exciting results. Trevor Conquergood returns with some more of his great embroidery ideas and then Linda takes us to a fabulous Sewing show to meet more great artists.
Linda and her cousin Nancy create a great summer favorite....a 30ft. dragon kite! Fibre artist Debbie Bates again shares her knowledge with Linda by making some fantastic projects. Swimsuit designer Colleen Elston then shares her tricks in creating" one of a kind" pieces for every body shape.
Why not make your blazer reversible and get twice the bang for the same buck! Linda is then joined by her aboriginal friend Yvonne Cardinal who shows us her techniques in using fish bones to create amazing art pieces. Linda is then joined by some young emerging designers who strut their stuff!