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How to make ribbon with a serger! So simple - make 11 yards of ribbon with just

Have scrap fabric you& not sure what to do with? You& love this scrap busting tutorial -- RIBBON! From yard of fabric you can make 11 yards!

A serger can do amazing things, like create yards of ruffles, professionally finish fabric edges, and "sew" much more! Watch this quick serger demo with Linda Rainwater

A serger can do amazing things, like create yards of ruffles, professionally finish fabric edges, and & much more! Watch this quick serger demo with Linda Rainwater

Master inside and outside curves and corners on your serger with this video.

Margaret from Sewing Machine Warehouse Australia will guide you in using your Overlocker / Serger to handle corners and curves in your sewing projects.

Serger Seam Allowance | National Sewing Circle

Serger Seam Allowance

Watch as Stacy Grissom demonstrates a few tricks on how to get the best seam allowance possible for your next sewing project.

Sewing with Sergers: The Complete Handbook for Overlock Sewing

with Sergers: The Complete Handbook for Overlock (Serging . from Basics to Creative Possibilities series)/Pati Palmer, Gail Brown

Serging is so fun, isn’t it?! I think it’s even more fun when you can use it for more than just finishing seams! I was at a Baby Lock event and was shown how to use a heavy decorative thread and a serger cover stitch to create my own decorative stitch and design on fabric! …

Serging with heavy decorative thread and a serger cover stitch to create a decorative stitch and design on fabric!

Pockets to Go sewing pattern by Atkinson Designs | Bloomerie Fabrics

Pockets to Go sewing pattern

Pockets to go pattern (these would be great in a craft room for supplies or a little girls room or bathroom for hair clips and things or. The previous pinned mentioned it being great for the car. one each for the boys in the car!

Sew a Flatlock Stitch using your regular serger!

Sew a Flatlock Stitch using your regular serger!

Serging Inward Corners.  Finishing our sewing projects (our edges) on a serger / overlocker is an almost guaranteed way to achieve a clean and professional look.  See how it's done in this easy to follow instructional article, only at http://www.fashionsewingblog.com

Serging Inward Corners. Finishing our sewing projects (our edges) on a serger…

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