Do you have a baby shower coming up soon?  Is your niece's birthday later this week and you would love to make her a frilly dress? Do you want to whip up some napkins to match your tablecloth? Learn how to use your serger for heirloom sewing.  It's beautiful and faster than traditional techniques, for those times you need something quickly. Use beautiful embroidery to enhance your clothing, accessories, and home decor.  I will teach you techniques to make even complex embroidery projects much simpler and achievable with basic embroidery techniques. 

For project ideas, click here.  My class teaching schedule is now online as well.  I am also teaching classes for homeschoolers, so be sure to contact me if you are interested in student classes.

I am currently teaching sewing classes, serger classes, and machine embroidery classes in Fairbanks, Alaska and am available to communities within Alaska.  If you are interested in arranging classes or have any other questions, please contact me at cherishedneedlecreations@gmail.com.  I would love to hear from you in order to better address your interests and needs.  Feel free to look around my website for serger and embroidery tips, and sign up for my newsletter for FREE PROJECTS and instructions for serger, sewing, and embroidery techniques.  The serger cover at the bottom of the page was the project for December 2011 - February 2012.  Don't miss the next one!.  You can also read my blog at cherishedneedlecreations.wordpress.com.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Remember that heirlooms are simply beauty and creativity shared across generations.

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You can now buy the pattern for this serger cover from Amazon.com for Kindle, or, if you are a Prime member, you can also borrow the pattern from the Kindle lending library.  The pattern is called Poppy Serger or Sewing Machine Cover.


You will find the pattern here.

For serger articles:
Sherilyn L Siegmund Roach, EzineArticles Platinum Author

For embroidery articles:

Sherilyn Roach, EzineArticles Platinum Author