Serging Pam Mahshie, Baby Lock’s Educational Ambassador, is a serger workshop expert. Since most of us can’t attend one of her hands-on classes, they decided to bring the workshop to us. Together, Pam and Nancy Zieman start at square one, reviewing the parts of a serger and then showing you how to stitch basic stitches.
Astuces de rangement pour votre atelier couture - 2
Sewing room organizer The Noble Quilter carries patterns to create one of these handy thread catchers.
beaucoup de video sur technique de surjeteuse et couture sur le site
So easy to sew: it's just 4 rectangles. Measure shoulder to hem length, then girth at widest part (hips?) and divide by 4. Add seam allowance. Sew allowing for neckline, arm holes. No pattern needed. 1/2 hour, max!
The Best Kept Secret on Your Sewing Machine
How to use the tension on the pressed foot for thick and thin fabric.