How to Serge Seam Allowances
Video Length: 1:02
Produced by: Evamarie Gomez
Threads author Sandra Miller shares her simple techniques for sewing common seam finishes in Threads issue 165 (February/March 2013) and in issue 166 (April/May 2013). In this quick video-tutorial, we bring one of her techniques to life and demonstrate how to serge together seam allowances. Serging works on nearly any fabric and can finish seam allowances separately or together. A serger also can trim the seam allowances as it stitches.
Also, don't miss Sandra's techniques for sewing other common seam finishes.
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Posted on Feb 21st, 2013 in sewing, online extras, how-to, videos, fundamentals, serging, serge seam allowances
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