Do you have a serger that’s gather dust? Would you like to buy a serger but want to know all that it can do? Or maybe you just want to learn more about sergers in general. Great news we have a spectacualr web seminar happening March 30, 2015.
Here are the details and what you will learn in the packed web seminar Sergers Tips, Tricks and Troubleshooting .
Live Web Seminar with Gail Patrice Yellen
March 30th, 2015 at 1 pm EST
Sergers and sewing machines are wonderful sewing room companions, but sergers can befuddle even the most experienced sewing machine operator.
Once you can identify key serger components and how they each affect stitch formation, you’ll be able to manipulate settings like a pro. When is a 3-thread overlock preferable to a 4-thread stitch? Learn how to change stitch widths and what makes a stitch wide or narrow. What is differential feed and why is it such a fantastic serger feature?
Gail will give you a guided tour of your serger from top to bottom. She’ll highlight and explain the important serger parts, how to fine-tune their adjustments and troubleshoot problems. Even when all of the machine settings are correct, results might not be perfect-why? Sometimes it’s “operator technique.” You’ll see some common handling errors that cause failure and how to easily fix them.
Rolled hems that fall off the edges of sheer fabrics and stretched edges on knits can be discouraging. Gail will show you how to get beautiful results with just a few modifications. You’ll tackle your serger projects with increased confidence and knowledge.
Can’t make the live event? Don’t worry! Your registration comes with access to
the archived version of the program within one week of the event.
What you’ll learn:
- Serger components-where they are and what they do
- Overlock stitches and best choices for various construction techniques
- What is differential feed and how to manipulate it
- Common operator technique errors and how to correct them
- Stitch length and width-get the right settings
- •Cover stitch-major differences between cover stitch and overlock functions
- Tension settings
Who should attend:
New serger owners who need to identify serger components and how they work
Experienced owners who want to refresh their knowledge and skills
Sewists who want to expand and finesse their serger skills for professional results
Owners who want to learn the “how” and “why” of manipulating serger settings
Serger owners who need to understand why operator handling technique is equally important as correct machine settings
Each registration comes with access to the archived version of the event as well as any handouts referenced during the presentation. You do not have to attend the live event to get the recording of the presentation or the handouts. In all web seminars, no question goes unanswered.
Attendees have the ability to chat with the instructor during the live event and ask questions. You will receive a copy of the web seminar presentation in an email that goes out one week after the live event. The answers to questions not covered in the live presentation will be included in this email as well.
REGISTER NOW! And, Get Started Using Your Serger!
About the instructor:
Gail has been an enthusiastic sewist since middle school and is an active member of the American Sewing Guild CT Chapter. Teaching classes and interacting with all levels of sewing enthusiasts continues to be a source of inspiration and fun. Her fascination with sergers is an ongoing source of ideas for embellishments. She has taught classes and workshops across the country including American Sewing Guild National Conferences, the Puyallup Sewing & Stitchery Expo, Original Sewing & Quilt Expos, American Sewing Expo-Novi, MI and numerous American Sewing Guild Chapter events. Her Craftsy class, 40 Techniques Every Sewer Should Know is one of their bestsellers. Gail is a contributor to Threads, Sew News and Notions. F+W Media will publish her book, Serger Essentials Master the Basics & Beyond! in December 2015.