Last month was national serger month and we were lucky enough to help celebrate by contributing a project for an ebook put together by Baby Lock. The serger that I use happens to be a Baby Lock brand serger and I am IN LOVE with it. I wasn’t sure that I would ever use or even want a serger but now, after having my own, I use it just as often as I use my sewing machine and wonder what I ever did without it.
So, when we were asked if we wanted to contribute a project I jumped at the chance and put together a super easy tutorial for a beach towel made entirely with my serger. It’s one of those quick 30 minute projects that are fun to make and totally usable.
Here is the tutorial in full:
Then you simply serge them all together.
To make mine I work in this order:*Serge square 1 to square 2 then square 2 to square 3
*Serge square 4 to square 5 then square 5 to square 6
*Serge square 7 to square 8 then square 8 to square 9
*Serge square 10 to square 11 then square 11 to square 12
*Serge square 13 to square 14 then square 14 to square 15
Now that I have my rows made I need to serge the rows together!
*Serge row A to row B
*Serge row D to row E
*Serge row B to row C
*Serge row C to row D
And you are done!
Now…bring on the water…and a tall glass of lemonade!