100 Useful Serger Tips, Serger Tutorials & Projects - Serger Pepper
Let me introduce you to the biggest collections of serger // overlockers resources from all around the web.I often find myself google-ing for new serger techniques, cute serger projects and the best time-saving serger tips, so I thought I could save you some time, collecting here my favorite serger resources: only the best of the best.
Serger Stitches 101 Cheat Sheet: Your New Must Have! - Serger Pepper
Serger Stitches 101 Cheat Sheet: Never Ever Without It! Your New Must Have! Easy, Complete and Time Saver! All you need to know to better use your serger! on SergerPepper.com
Become the Boss of Overlocking.
Become the Boss of Your Serger with these practice templates -- includes step by step instructions. | A Needle for Your Thoughts
Flatlock stitch: why you should know this sewing technique - Serger Pepper
Serger Pepper // Flatlocking made easy, using a domestic overlocker. Flatlock seams’ most noticeable quality is that they have almost no bulk. You can see them in stretch sportswear, where s.a. in the inside of the garment may hurt athlete’s skin. With this kind of join, there are no seam allowances hanging around, they’re all wrapped inside the seam, with raw edges side by side. Learn how to set your machine and add this kind of seams to any of your creations, following this easy tutorial.
Tips on using the right serger thread. | Sew Daily
Sergers today are not at all as complicated as you might think they are. Older, home sergers were often noted for the complexity in threading and operating. When using my serger in its early days I spent far too much time wrestling with the threading paths, only to want to hurl it out the window. [...]
Sewing: Versatile and Easy Maxi Skirt
I had just enough fabric left over (You can find this print here! WOOHOO!) from my shifty stripe dress, I decided to make a maxi skirt. It’s a simple gathered, covered elastic waist banded sk…
How to Gather Fabric with a Serger
Did you know that you can easily gather fabric with your serger? No rethreading, no complicated change ups. Just two easy steps and your fabric is gathered!
Greeting cards and sergers - Blatherings 2008 Archive - Debbie Ridpath Ohi (Twitter: @inkyelbows)
My order from Blush Publishing has arrived, yay! You can now buy the full set of four cards in m...
How to Finish Seams with your Serger/Overlocker
I’ve been asked how to do this by a few people so I thought it was about time I took a few pictures and made up a tutorial. Overlockers are great for seams, especially on knits, but if you don’t secure your threads, they can come undone. There are a few different ways of doing...Read More »
Serging Outward Corners
Serging Outward Corners. Sew along one edge to the end of the fabric. Stitch one or two thread chains more and lift the foot. Gently release the threads from...
Serging Inward Corners
Serging Inward Corners. Clip into the very corner, diagonally and inward, about 4mm’s before serving. When approaching the corner, lift the presser foot to t...
Sewing tip: Easy peasy spaghetti straps with a serger
Ever try to make spaghetti straps? Seems doable, right? Just sew down one side of a strip of fabric that’s been folded in half lengthwise…then turn it to the right side…wait, how …
Serger Brother 1034D - Tutorial on How to Oil
I love sewing with my Brother 1034D Serger. I was so intimidated when I first got the machine. I actually let it sit on my sewing counter for about 4 months before I decided - I can do this. I feared changing the thread. It is a piece of cake.....so easy. Just follow the instructions on the machine. If you have not used your machine in the back of the book it says "Oil machine before using". I did this before I started. The book also recommends to oil it once a week or once a month depending…