Tips, Tricks & TechniquesBook - 1998
Make the most out of your serger with the essential hints, top technical advice, and cleverest design ideas ever from the greatest experts in the field. Sew professional-looking clothes with beautiful rolled hems on sheer materials; circular ribbing on necklines or cuffs; sharp, crisp points on a jacket or collar; and lapped and topstitched zippers. If you're out to do a little home decorating, there are plenty of fabulous suggestions here, from edging curtains with a mock-mitered band to serging flatlock hems on valances or bed skirts. Or turn out easy, tiny tucks that lend linens a classic touch. And don't miss key facts on the hardware, including picking equipment, selecting the right foot or attachment for the job, checking for bent needles, maintaining blades, and adjusting tension. You'll never run out of inspiration and solutions for any design problem again. Pugh-Gannon lives in St. Charles, IL, and Hastings resides in Wall, NJ. 128 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10. NEW IN PAPERBACK.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Publishing, c1998
Branch Call Number: 646.2044/PUG 4565nf 1
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