Serger Series

by Sam @ Buckingham Road on March 5, 2012 · 2 comments

in Vintage Sewing

I have seen a few contributors on WeSewRetro recently write about learning to sew, and have been asking a few questions on this blog. I know this isn’t retro, but I thought the Serger Series I am running on my blog right now might be of use to some of you who are learning to sew? I will cover things like tips on getting the correct tension, tools of the trade, special features of some machines, and how to change your colour without messing up your tension!

 

I hope this inspires you to dust off that old sergerĀ lurkingĀ at the back of your sewing cupboard, or perhaps inspire you to buy one for yourself? Sam xox

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Anna Depew March 6, 2012 at 3:29 pm

Hey, this is a great idea, thanks for sharing! My serger is my dirty little secret. I bought it 5 months ago and was too intimidated to take it out of the box. It’s TIME!

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