If you want to make your $29.99 dress look like it’s worth $150, then keep reading…
Have you ever wondered how store-bought garments get those perfectly stitched finished seams?
Have you come across a serger for the first time, but have no manual to help you out?
Have you got your wife a new serger, and want her to learn it’s secrets?
Do you want to spice up your home d cor and give it a stylish and professional look?
The serger is the secret ingredient fashion houses and retailers (such as Zara, H&M and Alexander McQueen) use to add many speciality effects that aren’t possible with your run of the mill sewing machine.
Thankfully, not only can you get a serger for a good price, but with this book, you can also learn how to use it to make the most out of clothing and home decor you already have
Once you start working with a serger, you’ll be amazed with what it can do for your clothes and how much time you save compared to using a normal sewing machine to add the same frills.
Soon, you’ll wonder how you ever got along without one
Inside this book you’ll discover:
- The secrets of your serger and how to unlock its full potential
- The #1 serger you should buy if you’re just starting out
- The #1 high-performance thread every beginner seamstress should use with her serger
- One simple tip that will help you stabilize your stitches, even if the material is too thin
- How to make a face mask with your serger
- The best types of needles for different stitching scenarios
You don’t even need to read a manual before geting started with this book
Here are the answers to some questions you might have about this book:
Q: I already have a sewing machine. How does learning to serger help me?
A: Although both a serger and a sewing machine are used for sewing, they sew them differently.
Each machine works best for different aspects of the sewing process.
Just as a kitchen has a stove and an oven, every sewing room should have a sewing machine and a serger.
A serger can be used for more than just seam finishing.
It also allows you to create many specialty effects that aren’t possible with your sewing machine.
Q: I’m a seamstress that is familiar with sewing machines, but I’ve been hesitant to jump into the world of serger. Does a serger make that much of a difference?
A: Absolutely. The next time you go to your favorite clothing store, check out their frills, chances are they were made with a serger.
And if mindless factories can