November Bernina Club featured  

 

Serger Technique Reference Book

Ready, Set, Serge Book

High Street Quilt Kit

Rooster Royale Place Mat Kit

Just a Pinch Place Mat Kit

Easy Mitered Binding Tool

Camp-A-Lot Panel and Coordinating Fabric

Maxi-Lock Stretch Textured Nylon Thread

Seam-Fix Ripper

Minis Seam-Fix Ripper



Patterns and kits are available for projects shown.   

Call to place your order at 866-673-8156.

From left:  City Market Tote, High Street Quilt, Elegant Yo-Yo Pillow, Chickadee Designer Place Mats, Easy Rag Quilt, Rooster Royale Place Mats and matching napkins with mitered corners,  Flat Lock Seam Serged Dress.


"Just a Pinch" panel and coordinating fabrics feature beautiful herb and spice motifs in warm colors.
Use your serger for much more than just finishing seams.  One seam to enjoy is the Flat Lock seam.  Using two threads - regular serger thread in the needle and decorative thread, such as Maxi-Lock Stretch Textured Nylon Thread, creates a soft, textured seam on one side and a ladder-type seam on the other side. 
Construction of the stylish tunic (right) and the Serger Dress (above) is fast when the garment seams are stitched using this seam.
The decorative thread must have the ability to withstand heat from an iron without melting.  Using Maxi-Lock Stretch Textured Nylon Thread allows heat and steam to be applied to the stitching without damage to the decorative thread.  The French Seam has many colors to choose from.
A must-have to any sewing library is the Serger Technique Reference Book.  The many settings and looks that the serger is capable of is illustrated in this book to help use the serger to its fullest potential.  Additional projects are found in the Ready, Set, Serge Book.


Enjoy stitching a quick quilt for your little camper starting with the "Camp-A-Lot" panel. 

Choose coordinating fabric to construct flying geese using traditional or no-waste methods, add an outer border, quilt and bind.  It is that simple and fast. 

Enjoy the fun camping scenes, such as "Anatomy of a S'more."