A serger that's truly simple to thread. With a wide variety of stitches, this solid performer is about keeping serging fun . . . right down to the last detail. But it's not just technical refinements that make these world-class sergers. Their creative potential, fast sewing speeds and versatility are all things to be proud of.
Serging Outward Corners. Turning corners, be it on a sewing machine of a serger / overlocker is an important technique to learn and get right. After all, we want our stitching to ‘flow‘ and not bunch up and look unsightly. The serging of outward facing corners is inherently an easy process. Let me show you in this easy to follow guide and tutorial, ONLY at Fashion Sewing Blog - http://www.fashionsewingblog.com/serging-outward-corners/
Klasse Serger Needles - Unlike sewing machines, sergers use different needle types dependent on the serger make and model. Klassé offers six types, all in the 80/12 size, each with a sharp point to penetrate all kinds of fabric for a professional serged finish. Sewing & Craft Club
Serger Workshop, Part 1 Video from Sewing with Nancy. Serger expert Pam Mahshie joins Nancy to teach you how to serge knit seams, chain stitch patchwork, serge wrapped corners, serge decorative edges, and more--all in a serger workshop you can attend in the comfort of your home. Test drive a Cording Foot and an Elastic Foot for your serger using an easy 3- or 4-thread overlock stitch.