with Linda Lee
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Serger & Coverstitch: Fashion Details

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Overview

Serger, coverstitch and combo machines aren't just for T-shirts or utility stitches anymore! Expert Linda Lee shows you how to use them to sew eye-catching fashion fabrics, creative details and more. You'll explore a range of inspired techniques for both knit and woven fabrics using overlock, flatlock, chain and cover stitches so you can create your most beautiful garments yet!

Details

  • intermediate
  • 6 episodes
  • 2h19m

Included in this Class

1. Stitch Types & Serger Basics
20m

1. Stitch Types & Serger Basics

Meet author, designer and sewing expert Linda Lee and begin by unraveling the differences among overlock, flatlock, chain and cover stitches, and the machines that make them. Linda helps you choose your machine(s), then shares tips on basic serger stitching.

2. Techniques With Overlock Stitches
23m

2. Techniques With Overlock Stitches

Find out how to use overlock stitches on fashion fabrics, both knit and woven. Linda explains how to get the modern look of exposed seams, decorative edgings and hems.

3. Rolled Hems, French Seams & Piping
26m

3. Rolled Hems, French Seams & Piping

Rolled hems, French seams, and making and inserting piping may sound like high-fashion treatments you'd only achieve on a sewing machine, but you can do them all with your serger! Linda shows you how.

1. Stitch Types & Serger Basics

1. Stitch Types & Serger Basics

2. Techniques With Overlock Stitches

2. Techniques With Overlock Stitches

3. Rolled Hems, French Seams & Piping

3. Rolled Hems, French Seams & Piping

4. Techniques With Flatlock Stitches

4. Techniques With Flatlock Stitches

5. Coverstitch Techniques: Seams & Hems

5. Coverstitch Techniques: Seams & Hems

6. Coverstitch Techniques: Necklines

6. Coverstitch Techniques: Necklines

Recommended with this class

    • Serger, coverstitch or combo machine
    • Assorted threads, ribbons and fabrics for practicing techniques

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