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Little Lovely Lacy Petticoat Tutorial

April 27, 2016 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Girl's Petticoat Tutorial Hello!! Happy National Serger Month! What do I love most about National Serger Month? The DIY projects! You can stitch some really fun things with sergers and they can be so quick, cute, and professional looking! And so, I bring you the Little Lovely Lacy Petticoat tutorial made mostly with the serger. Last spring, my 4-year-old (at the time) was in a ...
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Easy DIY Swaddle Blankets

October 21, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Easy DIY Swaddle Blankets It has been baby girl central in my world lately, and I couldn't be happier and more excited to sew all of the cute pink things! I've been working on bow holders, and now I'm onto swaddle blankets. Keep reading for a super easy, beginner-friendly DIY swaddle blanket tutorial!   For one swaddle blanket, you'll need: 1 yard flannel or double gauze/swaddle cloth Serger 3 ...
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Travel Tissue Keeper Tutorial

September 15, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Travel Tissue Holder Tutorial Whip up an easy travel tissue keeper on your serger with this fun tutorial! All you need is a couple pieces of fabric, thread, and a serger. Find project instructions here!

Serger-Made Baby Bib Tutorial

April 15, 2015 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Serger-Made Baby Bib Tutorial These little reversible cuties are so easy to make and super fun to give as gifts! I just whipped one up for my newest little niece, Everly! (Burp cloth tutorial to come)! Supplies for the Serger-Made Baby Bib Tutorial: Sewing machine and serger (if you don't have a serger, follow this tutorial) All purpose sewing thread and 4 spools of serger thread (I used a contrasting ...
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Serger Tray Tutorial

August 15, 2014 in Projects

Totally Stitchin': Serger Tray Tutorial Hey y'all, I'm Melissa from Melly Sews, and today I'm going to show you how to sew this serger tray. I like to keep one below my serger to collect trimmings - I prefer this to a bag that hangs down. I can catch my trimmings and periodically dump them in the bigger wastebasket near me. To make your own, you'll ...
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Quickly Serge Holiday Napkins!

November 17, 2011 in Projects

nap Need a hostess gift idea that's quick and easy? Want to dress-up your holiday dinner table with new linens? Learn how to make quick napkins with your serger, compliments of Sewing with Nancy!
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Do More With Your Serger

March 10, 2011 in Videos

I love my Baby Lock serger, but I don't use at as much I could. I happened to catch the end of a Nancy's Notions episode the other day; which inspired me. Use just a few square and rectangular pieces of fabric, and create a great accessory! The video shows the technique; just add your imagination to create a checkbook ...
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Serger Easter Baskets and Placemats

March 30, 2010 in General, Projects

Dress up your table for any occasion using your serger.  Placemats add a touch of color while the fabric baskets are perfect for holding treats.  So make several to share and enjoy! Download Project
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Rolled Hem Blankets

June 22, 2009 in General, Projects, Tips & Tricks

I recently discovered some of the amazing features on the Lauren. For the past couple of weeks I have been trying different things on the serger and recently learned of the rolled hem. The rolled hem is a simply a hem made from thread to prevent raveling. On a traditional hem you fold the fabric over the edge to get a ...
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