Hem & Stitch
If you’ve never used a serger before they can be intimidating. From the multiple thread spools on the top, to loopers instead of a bobbin on the bottom, there’s much about a serger that differs from a conventional sewing machine. In this video, ZJ Humbach shows you how to use a serger by taking you through the different parts and showing you the many different ways you can use it.
Find some lightweight, stretch fabric, and wrap away. Bina used a material that consists of Rayon – Jersey. (Bina sells her wraps ready-made $42.50? which is not that unreasonable either, particularly since the wrap comes with a booklet on how to wear the various styles.) Middle Panel: 3x hip width (not circumference); Side panels: 2 width of hips. Length shoulder to knee. Slits 14" wide
It's been a while since we've had a 'Sewing 201' post! I've been sewing with my rolled hem foot quite a bit lately, so I snapped a few photos. In this blog post I'm going to share some tips and tricks to get this foot working for you. The rolled hem foot sews just that, a narrow rolled hem that's pretty on scarves, blouses, dresses, or even curtains.