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First of all, let's just address the difference between overlockers and sergers. There is no difference between them, they're exactly the same thing. Overlocker is the English term and serger is the American term. Overlockers/sergers are most commonly used for hemming and finishing seems to reduce any fraying and to create a neat finish. Did you know: Overlockers were invented in 1881 for industry use. They're commonly used in industry for finishing seams and joining panels together. They're…

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Stacie
Hemming Techniques for Knits: Rolled Hem Video Tutorial | Sew Daily Advanced Sewing Projects, Beginner Sewing Patterns, Sewing Projects For Beginners, Pattern Sewing, Serger Thread, Serger Sewing, Sewing Hacks, Sewing Tutorials, Sewing Tips

Get the most out of your serger with this easy serging technique. A rolled hem on knits not only looks professional but its really quite easy to do. Watch Patty Young show you just how easy it is! Patty Young, licensed textile designer and owner of MODKID LLC, demonstrates how do perform a rolled hem… This post is only available to members.

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Greti Zijlstra
learn an easy way to sew a narrow hem on chiffon Sewing Projects For Beginners, Easy Sewing Projects, Sewing Hacks, Sewing Tutorials, Sewing Patterns, Cap Patterns, Sewing Machine Tension, Sewing Machine Thread, Invisible Stitch

Today, we’re going to take a deep dive into the topic of serger vs. sewing machine. We’ll talk about what a serger is (and what it does) versus a sewing machine. Spoiler alert: by the end of this I’m certain you will be convinced that you absolutely need a serger!

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Marty Lindenau