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The raised edge helps guide the fabric, especially if it’s wiggly, and I can adjust the band to whatever seam allowance width I prefer. —Jennifer shaw FIVE TRICKS FOR SERGER SETUP 23 I purchased my first serger the other day. During introductory class, the instructor told us to push the pedal way out of the way while threading so you don’t step on it by mistake and then break something. When working with my machine at home, I also moved the cutter slightly so I could get the needle out easily. —NanJones 24 To make it easier to remember the threading order for my serger, I put a label next to each spool with a permanent marker.
The wax paper didn’t stick to the adhesive like regular tissue paper would, and tearing it off was easy. 7 cm)-wide adding machine paper has a million uses in my sewing room. I use strips to prevent seam show-through when pressing and when I need a scrap of paper for notes. To space buttonholes or other topstitching and trims, I cut a length equal to the distance from top to bottom buttonholes, then fold the paper in half, fourths, eighths, or whatever number is needed. A button placed at each end of the paper, and one placed at each fold, gives me an odd number of evenly spaced buttons.
After a lot of serging on polar fleece, my serger blades got coated with a light film of who-knows-what and weren’t cutting as well as before the marathon. A sewing list member suggested cleaning the blades with a cotton swab and alcohol. Magic! —Patti B 9 Silicone basting brush. One of those little kitchen synthetic basting brushes snaps up all those horrible little threads and snippets that collect on me and my appliqué and embroidery work. Then I simply vacuum the bits off the bristles. —Pecan 10 Stencil brush.