What projects can you do with a serger?
Some of the things you can do with a serger:
- Seam finishing.
- Making swimwear, T-shirts, lingerie, napkins, tablerunners, etc.
- Insert elastic into clothing.
- Decorate garments making flowers or other trims.
- Finish hem & facing edges with the cover stitch.
- Seaming on knits more quickly that with a sewing machine.
What is the biggest advantage to using a serger?
- Professional Results.
- Secure, Durable Stitches.
- Great for Stretchy Fabrics.
- High Speeds.
- Thread Usage.
- Threading Frustrations.
- Cost. Just as the cost of sewing machines can vary according to the type and number of features and functions each model offers, the same goes for sergers.
Can you sew a straight stitch on a serger?
A serger cannot replace a regular sewing machine because many sewing projects require straight stitches. if you join two details together only with a serger, the whole seam might fray together with the edges of the fabric. Or if it doesn’t, the seam might look a bit wonky at the face side.
Can a serger sew a straight stitch?
Where can I find Serger patterns and sewing projects?
On the Online store you will find patterns for serger and sewing projects, kits, decorative threads for the serger and more. Deb has an Online Video School where you can complete projects with the aid of videos.
Can you make a quilt with a serger?
Enjoy! Quilting is a skill that employs a variety of techniques and tools, but this fast and beautiful one-hour quilt is assembled using both your sewing machine and your serger. This project is for a throw-size (42 inches by 52 inches) quilt, but the pattern can be adjusted to produce a quilt to fit any size bed.
What can you do with a serger sewing machine?
By using this one-stop-shop machine, you can cut your sewing time in half and produce projects that look professionally sewn. See only some of what you can do with this page full of serger basics and 15+ Serger Sewing Projects!
What projects can you make with a serger?
Since sergers were developed to work in concert with sewing machines, we included one project that uses the best of both machines. Who doesn’t love a homemade quilt? Enjoy! Quilting is a skill that employs a variety of techniques and tools, but this fast and beautiful one-hour quilt is assembled using both your sewing machine and your serger.