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Serger Club

Learn tips, tricks and techniques while working on a project to get the most out of your serger. Join us to explore all that a serger can really do. Basic knowledge of your serger is required! 5 Sessions/year



Woven Serger Basket
November/December 2021




5 sessions beginning in February
Yearly Fee: $75
Instructor: Kari Curley

Serger Club: November/December 2021 

Woven Serger PillowBasket

Let’s get crafty with Kraft-tex! This unique material is used to make a fun woven basket. You will use a 3-thread overlock stitch, some decorative thread and hot glue for a quick-finish project. Additionally, learn how to make serger cording using a 3-thread rolled hem to add a bit of bling. You will even get some tips on how to make wire-edged ribbon.

 

Supply List

PLEASE read the supply list carefully! MANY of this month’s supplies are NOT optional and will need to be PRE-ORDERED!!!

1 roll Kraft-tex Hand-Dyed Prewashed (18.5” x 28.5”) 1 roll per basket**

Schmetz ELX705 90/14* needles (BERNINA L890 models & Baby Lock Triumph/Ovation/Evolution models)

Schmetz Jeans 90/14 needles* (All other overlock models) (Look in your manual to confirm the needle type!)

Maxi-Lock Stretch Thread* – 1 cone to match ribbon fabric

Serger Thread* – 2 cones to match Maxi-Lock Stretch Thread

Specialty Threads such as Wonderfil Spagetti, Wonderfil Fruitti, King Tut*, Isacord* (the variegated is great in this project!)

Serger Thread* – 2 cones to match/blend with your specialty thread choice(s)

WonderClips*

High Temp Mini Glue Gun

Mini Glue Sticks

White Chalk Pencil 0.9 mm with refills*

Clover Hera Marker**

Clover Roll & Press**

Fray Block*

Bernina Cording Foot #L17 (L 850/L 860)**

Bernina Cording Foot #C17 (L 890)**

Baby Lock Cording Foot*

Right Seam Guide* - if available for your  serger/overlock model

Rotary Cutter & Mat*

 6”x24” ruler*

 Thread Snips*

 Fabric Scissors and paper scissors

¼ yard fabric for ribbon – batiks are best!

Jewelry making wire – lightweight gauge

Wire cutter or old scissors.

Mary Ellen’s Best Press Spray Starch**

Iron & Pressing surface

*Available at Mel’s

**Special order at Mel’s

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