Use luxurious fabric and your serger to easily create stylish projects alongside fashion designer Angela Wolf. Learn to handle sumptuous silks as you use your serger to sew gorgeous infinity, bias and pieced scarves. Add interest to taffeta, silk dupioni and linen with serger pintucks and gathers. Then, use your embellished fabric to make elegant, decorative pillows with quick and clean closures. Sew up beautiful bags from silk charmeuse as you learn to apply contrasting linings, install exposed metal zippers and add contrast with custom piping all in a few streamlined steps on one machine. Create a super-cute faux suede clutch featuring a boxed bottom and a lining with enclosed seams. Transform embellished fabric into a fold-over clutch with a designer touch. Plus, dress up your bags with jump rings, charms, chains and more. Create quick serger projects and tap into the versatility of your machine!g
Meet your instructor, fashion designer and expert sewer Angela Wolf, and preview all of the quick and easy serging projects specifically designed for this class! Then, get started as you make your first accessory, a bias-cut scarf. Angela offers tips for finding the bias, cutting fabric and selecting the perfect thread. Gather dozens of troubleshooting tips for setting up your machine and what to do when your rolled hem falls off your scarf. Finally, add a bit of whimsy as you sew a lettuce edge on silk!
Expand your scarf-making skills as you learn to serge a trendy infinity scarf. See how to work with breezy and delicate silks or even one-sided fabrics, like burnout silk velvet! Learn the secret to incorporating the infinity scarf's signature twist. Want to incorporate more than one fabric into your designs? No problem! Angela shows you how to piece together fabric with either hidden or exposed seams!
Delve into the world of decorative pillows as you learn to use your serger to make amazing textured fabric with luxury textiles such as silk dupioni and taffeta. First, learn how to make your own custom pillow template and then pick up expert tips for marking and sewing the pintucks you'll add to your pillow fronts. Use this decorative technique to serge vertical, horizontal or even diagonal lines on your pillow. Add pintucking both ways to create a captivating grid fabric! Then, serge panels together to make sumptuous, gathered fabric and learn how to use your blind hem foot for a practical yet decorative closure.