16 comments on “Great Tips When Using Your Serger (Overlocker)

  1. Susan D Ewing on Nov 5, 2020 11:26 pm | Reply

    Great tips. I don’t use my serger for these types of sewing. Now I can. Thanks.

  2. Cherrylmaree Rudd on Nov 6, 2020 1:35 am | Reply

    Hi Rosie….great tips. I do have a differential feed but have struggled with the blade sometimes so the clipping tip is very helpful. Happy sewing.

    • Hi Cherrylmaree, great to hear that you found my clipping tip helpful. No more struggling with the blade. 🙂

  3. Sandra Craig on Nov 6, 2020 4:39 am | Reply

    Great tip for serging curves. I have dropped my blade but never tried clipping the curve before serging . This will be especially helpful serging the curve on pants of doll clothes.

  4. Omg thank you. I have been making t-shirts and just not happy with the stretch.as I surged. Will try the solvi on my next one 😘

  5. What great tips! I am wanting to use my serger more with doll clothes. I have purchased the serger class and haven’t had the opportunity to really dig into it. You always have the BEST tips, Rosie!

    • Thanks Karen. So glad you find my tips helpful. Can’t wait to hear how you go when you do get the chance to dig deeper into my serger course. 🙂

  6. Thank you for the great tips. I’m sewing for the elderly care centre where they have doll therapy. For them to change the clothes as part of their activities.

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