offers a new concept to Public Television viewers. The program does not feature a main host, but is based on designers and education that revolves around the experts. Viewers will enjoy a novel approach to sewing through a unique television experience.
The show is targeted to contemporary sewers looking for projects and techniques to enhance their sewing skills and create personalized apparel and home accents. Our teachers break sewing into manageable parts as they share their own unique design style. The focus is on the ease of project completion – easy enough for beginners but creatively challenging , combined with interesting style elements to pique the interest of all sewing enthusiasts.
The format includes two main projects per week and one shorter technique segment. Shows are themed. Each project includes project instructions and a pattern with a link to the instructions found on the It’s Sew Easy website.
It’s Sew Easy replaces America Sews with Sue Hausmann, promising to give faithful viewers a new spin on sewing where America Sews left off. Whether a novice or experienced sewer you’ll learn why It’s Sew Easy!
Designers appearing on Series 100 include: Linda Augsburg, Bobbi Bullard, Rebecca Cornell, Pam Damour, Colbey Decker, Shannon Dennis, Gretchen Hirsch, Christy Howden, Stephanie Kimura, Cindy Losekamp, Katrina Loving, Valerie Mayen, Gina Moorhead, Nancy Odom, Janet Pray, Trish Preston, Eileen Roche, Londa Rohlfing, Peggy Sagers, Sheree Schattenmann, Suede, Tricia Waddell, and Angela Wolf.
Designers appearing on Series 200 include: Donna Babylon, Jacinda Boneau, Barb Callahan, Barb Crawford, Jamie Morrison Curtis, Cookie Gaynor, Kira McKay Greenhalgh, Cynthia Guffey, Gretchen Hirsch, Jessica Johnson, Ellie Joos, Pearl Krush, Shelia McKay,Patricia Otton, Janet Pray, Trish Preston, Eileen Roche, Peggy Sagers, Emma Seabrooke, George Siciliano, Tricia Waddell, Angela Wolf, and Gail Yellen.
Designers appearing on Series 300 include: Donna Babylon, Jacinda Boneau, Jamie Morrison Curtis, Pam Hastings, Gretchen Hirsch, Deana Tierney May, Valerie Mayen, June Mellinger, Erin Miller, Stephani Miller, Tammy O’Connell, Annie O’Connor, Deepika Prakash, Janet Pray, Eileen Roche, Peggy Sagers, Lisa Shepard Stewart, Leah Schattenmann, Sheree Schattenmann, Valori Wells, and Angela Wolf.
Designers appearing on Series 400 include: Donna Babylon, Rebecca Kemp Brent, Louis Carney,Colbey Decker, Cookie Gaynor, Sue Hausmann, Gretchen Hirsch, Pearl Krush, Deana Tierney May, June Mellinger, Stephani Miller, Michele Muska, Deepika Prakash, Eileen Roche, Peggy Sagers, Lisa Sipes, Jim Suzio, Lisa Shepard Stewart, Sheree Schattenmann, Angela Wolf, and Victoria Findlay Wolfe.
Designers appearing on Series 500 include: Donna Babylon, Rebecca Kemp Brent, Colbey Decker, Gretchen Hirsch, Susan Khalje, Kenneth D. King, Pearl Krush, Joy Macdonell, Sarah McFarland, Trish Preston, Eileen Roche, Londa Rohlfing, Peggy Sagers, Sunni Standing, Christopher Straub, Melissa Stramel, Krista Tracy, Angela Wolf, and Marie Zinno.
It’s Sew Easy is just one of the shows in the how-to line up of KS, Inc. Productions. It joins Around the House with Matt and Shari, Bake Decorate Celebrate!®, Beads, Baubles and Jewels, Crafting at the Spotted Canary, Hands On Crafts for Kids, Knitting Daily, Quilting Arts, and Scrapbook Soup.
KS, Inc. Productions specializes in the creation, production, and marketing of how-to programming – mirroring the growing market of how-to enthusiasts. Many of the top rated how-to programs on Public Television are from KS, Inc. Productions. Over the past 22 years, KS, Inc. Productions has produced 13 different titles and over 2400 episodes for Public Television. Along with Public Television, KS programs are broadcast on many commercial cable systems as well as seen internationally – including Japan, the Philippines and Malaysia.
In addition to how-to programs, KS, Inc. Productions develops and produces a range of video productions including numerous instructional and educational videos/DVDs for manufacturers in the how-to industry.