Sewing better with the overlock Overcoming
application difficulties with ease
Anyone who has ever sewn with an overlock knows that it is different than on the sewing machine. Difficulties such as shifted seam beginnings, inside corners at the center front, outside corners on towels and much more do not require anything special, just the right technique by the hobby tailor.
We have been sewing on the serger for more than 20 years and there is no technique that is foreign to us. That's why you'll learn here how to sew the cleanest rolled hems around corners AND also how to sew a clean end, how to sew on an elastic band with the overlock, how to handle the thickest parts, etc pp, and everything as if you were standing right next to us in the course. No fading out when the going gets tough, no cutting out difficult sequences or holding hands, and no giggling where none shouldn't. We go through the topics straight and clean, and you can use the chapter bar on the right edge of the video to jump directly to the topic that might be of interest to you for your current project.
This video is all about how YOU can improve sewing techniques on your serger. It is NOT about, for example, setting a rolled hem or another overlock seam, but only about the pure sewing technique. The video is interesting for all overlock sewers, no matter which brand you are using, because the sewing technique is the same on all machines.
Our videos are not short tutorials, but real video courses, as if you were standing next to us in a real course. That's why we recommend watching the video from start to finish. If you want to jump to a specific point in your current project, you can do so at any time by clicking on the chapter name on the right-hand side.
The video is suitable for the following machines
- All overlockers from all manufacturers
- Bernina, Juki, Babylock, W6, Gritzner, Pfaff, Husqvarna, Janome, Brother, Singer, Elna, etc pp
The video is recorded on
- Gritzner 788
- W6 454
- Juki 114 D
- Babylock Acclaim
In this online tutorial you will learn
- how to sew a clean seam beginning that is not shifted or folded over, even in thick fabrics
- sew curves neatly (e.g. pocket bags)
- Sew on the elastic with the serger
- inside corners
- Outside corners (both with the rolled hem and the 3-thread overlock seam)
- Tips if the outside corners don't want to turn out at all
- how to make a clean seam end without leaking loops
- climb the thickest seams cleanly, without tight stitches or dropouts
- how to deal with the sewing foot pressure
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