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Bernina Serger

from The Craftsy Blog

Using a Serger: Learn to Use Your Serger to the Max

Overcome the Fear of Using a Serger

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from Sewing Bee Fabrics

How to use a side cutter foot

How to use a side cutter foot (aka cut and hem foot). Learn how to cut fabric and stich over edge like an overlocker (serger) on your sewing machine.

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Overlock stitch instead of serger - I had no idea! Did you know that most regular sewing machines have a special overlock stitch that mimics a serger's stitch? It's true! My Bernina has one, and so have the Pfaff and Brother machines I've sewn on. Most people without a serger use pinking or zigzagging to finish their edges, sometimes without even knowing they have an overlock stitch on their sewing machines.

from Hobbycraft Blog

21 Jaw-dropping Dresses to Sew

Since the start of the new series of Sewing Bee, we can't get enough of sewing our own wardrobes! First stop for summer is always dresses, with sunshine on it's way, and what's better than dresses you've sewn yourself?

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from Serger Pepper

Serger Stitches 101 Cheat Sheet: Never Ever Without It - Your New Must Have

Serger Pepper - Serger Stitches 101 Cheat Sheet PIN IT now!

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from The Craftsy Blog

How to Adjust Sewing Machine Tension on Craftsy

Clean Stitches: How to Adjust Sewing Machine Tension - Serger thread tension-top side

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from Sewing Bee Fabrics

Sewing Machine Feet Guide

Free Tutorial - Sewing machine feet explained. Find out what feet fit your machine, how to attach them, Identify presser feet and find out what they are for

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from Bloglovin’

How to Use the Pintuck Foot (So Sew Easy)

How to Use the Pintuck Foot - So Sew Easy The Pintuck Foot is a way to create pin tucks in garments. When combined with a double-needle you will have perfect pin tucks every time.