Sewing Essentials – Serger Techniques

Harley Oxford

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AED 358

Duration: Upto 15 Hours
Location: United Arab Emirates
Delivery: Self paced course

Working with fabric and textiles can be an incredibly rewarding venture, whether it’s for personal or professional gain. From simple tasks like hemming a pair of trousers or customising clothing, to more complicated challenges like making home decoration pieces, the ability to sew is a skill that will always be useful. Mastering a sewing machine, as well as an overlocker and serger, can help you to broaden your sewing skill set, and with this easy to follow content, available in partnership with experts at SewInformed, you’ll have these skills ‘all sewn up’.

This course covers:
✓  Get to grips with some of the basic features of a serger machine and learn how to set it up, adjust stitch tensions, and understand the terminology used, including the basic and flatlock stitch.
✓  Learn how to make and use variegated thread by adding up to four threads into each looper, and learn how these can be made into tassels.
✓  Understand the basic skills required to serge or overlock on mesh, and other open-weave fabrics.
✓  Learn how to blind hem a garment using a serger or overlocker, and understand the importance of the technique, if wanting to finish a project professionally.
✓  Understand how to use a serger or overlocker to seam lace pieces.
✓  Use a 60-degree ruler, and learn how the flatlock stitch can be used to make a table topper.
✓  Understand how to use your gathering foot to make a quilt using a serger or overlocker.
✓  Learn how to overlock or serge when using elastic and delicate fabrics.
✓  Spend time learning the basics of reverse applique, twin needle quilting, curve cutting and curved piecing with the additional, free-standing classes available.

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