Today is the last day of Serger Month, so we thought we'd squeeze in one last project for you. Sue O'Very-Pruitt from WeAllSew is here to show you how to make a quick and easy Tissue Case using a basic 4-thread serger stitch.
Watch as Pam Mahshie shows Alex Anderson how sergers can be used in quilting. BERNINA has specials for Serger Month (April 2023). Click here to shop BERNINA's Serger Month specials.
Do you have a serger? Do you have fabric scraps? (Of course you do, you're a quilter!) Do you have a little bit of time on your hands? Then you have the three ingredients needed for this fast and fun project from Jaime David at WeAllSew. Learn how to sew a Serger Scrunchie in no time at all and whip up a bunch of quick gifts for both you and your friends!
We get it, the Serger can be a little bit scary if you've never used one before. But fear not, because Silvia Sutters over at WeAllSew has the inside track to the basic knowledge you need to turn your serger from enemy to ally in no time flat. Plus, we couldn't get through Serger Month without at least addressing the basics at some point (get it?).
When setting the table for a special occasion you put out your nice china and crystal glasses to compliment the fine meal you're preparing for you and your guests. Why not add a personal touch to your setting and introduce some homemade napkins? Julie Bridgeman at WeAllSew has a great tutorial to make some Blanket Stitch Napkins using your serger that is just too good to pass up! (Or pass around, it is dinner after all)
Most quilters have probably made a pillow case sometime in their quilting careers, some have made pillows too we're guessing. But how many of you have created a pillow with a serger? Jaime David over at WeAllSew has a PDF handout and tutorial to show you just how to do that as Serger Month keeps rolling along.
As Serger Month continues, Silvia Sutters at WeAllSew is here to show you three ways to remove Overlocker (Serger) Stitches. Learn what she does to help you get out of a jam and to let you continue sewing with ease.