Doll making featured on show

Information on making sculpted dolls, creating large craft items and cooking turkey will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday.

Author and doll maker Terese Cato says all of the doll bodies she makes are made with Kona Cotton fabric. She’ll also show some ideas for dressing the doll and says there are endless possibilities for fabric choices. Her book is titled “Make Cloth Dolls: A Foolproof Way to Sew Fabric Friends.” She lives in Las Vegas, Nev.

Jann Johnson is a crafter and will show how to make several unusual large craft items, including a spaceship and a carnival booth. She represents Decoart.com, Scotchblue.com, elmers.com/crafters and hammondscandies.com. She’s from Long Island City, N.Y.

Marty Van Ness is a spokeswoman and home economist for Butterball, and she’s going to tell how to enjoy turkey throughout the year — not just during the holidays. She will demonstrate traditional turkey recipe ideas with a more contemporary twist — especially good for the Millennials. She is from Naperville, Ill.

Information on easy-to-make casseroles, Japanese tailoring techniques and decorating a teen’s bedroom will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday.

Cooking instructor Jan Hauptmann (now deceased) will demonstrate some easy-to-make casseroles that make use of leftovers and can be frozen and cooked later.

Sewing expert Judy Barlup will demonstrates the Japanese tailoring method, which allows for shape to be built into the garment during construction. Her company is Unique Techniques, and she’s from Bellevue, Wash.

Designer Andrea Schewe will share some suggestions for decorating a teen’s bedroom. She represents Simplicity Pattern Co. in New York City.