The Serger's Technique Bible

The Serger's Technique Bible : The Complete Guide to Serging and Decorative Stitching

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Description

For fast and professional edging, hemming, seaming, and decorative stitching, you simply can't beat a serging machine. This all-skill-level book is the perfect guide to make sure you get the most out of your new machine (or out of that old serger that you've never got the hang of!). Photographs and step-by-step instructions guide you through the essential techniques, showing you how to set up your machine, how to adjust the settings to get the best results on a range of different fabrics, and how to edge your fabrics quickly with perfect results. Try out different feet for your machine to help with gathering, attaching piping, elastic, and beading. Within the chapters there are troubleshooting tips and quick fixes for skipped stitches, snapped threads, and uneven stitching. The quick construction section will take you through a range of projects to help practice and perfect your skills.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 191 x 248 x 9mm | 395g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Halftones, color; Halftones, color
  • 1250042720
  • 9781250042729
  • 213,959

About Julia Hincks

JULIA HINCKS is a teacher and textile artist. She currently teaches dressmaking, pattern cutting, knitting, and crochet classes in Brighton, UK, where she has developed a loyal following. Julia Hincks is currently developing a range of ethically-sourced childrenswear in the UK, where she lives.
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