WeAllSew Tutorial: Serger Tablecloth with Decorative Flatlock and Rolled Hem

It's the end of April, which means it's the end of Serger Month. But that doesn't mean the fun has to end. Go out with a bang and learn how to make a Serger Tablecloth with Decorative Flatlock and Rolled Hem from Sue O'Very-Pruitt at WeAllSew. If you start today, then you'll have one ready for Mother's Day dinner next week.


From Sue O'Very-Pruitt at WeAllSew:


"I recently got these beautiful bowls for a big family get-together and decided to make a large tablecloth to cover my little outdoor tables. I didn’t have a lot of time to put this together and figured the best way to whip something up is with the serger. In today’s blog post I’m showing how I took four yards of gauze fabric, some decorative serger thread and my bernette 64 to AIRLOCK to make this stunning tablecloth."


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