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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!

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.

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

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!

Learn Serger Sewing with Debbie Cacciamani-Annie's Online Class. Watch a free preview here: https://www.anniescatalog.com/onlineclasses/detail.html?code=SEV22

Learn Serger Sewing with Debbie Cacciamani-Annie's Online Class. Watch a free…

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!

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 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…

Learn to love your serger, one project at a time: the 4-thread overlock stitch, threading and tension, troubleshooting problems with 1-to-1 free consult! Check the new video channel on Skillshare! only on SergerPepper.com ACT FAST: the class will stay FREE for just a few days (including a $ 0.99/ first 3 Premium months referral link)

Here at Serger Pepper we love to sew and share FREE patterns and tutorials for anything frugal and refashion

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