How to finish seams with no serger : 6 easy seam finishes
Serger Pepper // Flatlocking made easy, using a domestic overlocker. Flatlock seams’ most noticeable quality is that they have almost no bulk. You can see them in stretch sportswear, where s.a. in the inside of the garment may hurt athlete’s skin. With this kind of join, there are no seam allowances hanging around, they’re all wrapped inside the seam, with raw edges side by side. Learn how to set your machine and add this kind of seams to any of your creations, following this easy tutorial.
The sewing needle is often overlooked, although it is one of the most important pieces of a sewing project. In this video, ZJ Zumbach will teach us some important tips about needles, including how long they should be used before being replaced, and how to know which type of needle is best for each sewing project. See what other helpful advice ZJ has to offer in this sewing video.
How to Bind an Armhole or Neckline with Bias Binding
How to get a flat and clean result everytime. Bias Binding – CHARLOTTE KAN How to make your own bias tape, bias tape tutorial.
Appliqué is a fun way to express yourself with fabric. Learn How to Applique by following these simple steps. It's easier than you think.