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Begin and End a Coverhem on a Serger

Posted: 4 November 2014 at 6 a.m.

If you are creating any type of clothing, chances are you will need to do some sort of circular sewing on your serger. The arm holes, collar, shirtsleeves, and pant-leg openings are all round and therefore need a good stitch to keep the hem in place. It can become daunting when you try to match up the end stitch with the beginning stitch. By using a clear presser foot and pulling the threads out before meeting the starting stitch, you'll be able to complete the coverhem perfectly.  Today's tutorial is taught by the legendary Sue Green-Baker, serging expert.

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  • 1. Janet Daly (04 November 2014 at 8:11 p.m.)

    Thank you, I appreciate all your teaching's.

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