Serger and Overlocker Sewing

Do you only use your serger to finish seams? There is so much more you can do! Get your money's worth out of your serger.

Beginning Serger Project:

Click here for guidance making a pillowcase for a first serger project.

Some of the exciting techniques you can learn, in addition to basic serger skills:

  • how to make a lined top without any visible seams
  • heirloom serging techniques
  • shadow work by serger
  • decorative flatlocking
  • 3-seam BowTie quilt blocks
  • adding piping by serger
  • blanket stitch on any serger
    • for more info on blanket stitch, go to downloads page
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Some of the projects and classes I teach:

For babies and toddlers:For dolls:For the home:For women:
  • daygowns
  • knit hooded jacket and pants
  • bonnets
  • christening gowns
  • ruffled onesie
  •  heirloom dress and slip*
  • quilts
  • pillows
  • placemats & napkins
  • serger scrap catcher
  • Christmas stockings*
  • sleepwear
  • beautiful blazer
  • purse
  • tote bags
  • cosmetic bag
  • garment bag
    *photos by Alicia Welcher

Sherilyn L Siegmund Roach, EzineArticles Platinum Author