Simple Serger Scarf | Katelin Catchpole | Skillshare
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7 Videos (13m)
    • Introduction

    • Selecting the Fabric

    • Determining the Dimensions

    • Cutting the Material

    • Sewing the Edges

    • Finishing the Ends

    • Conclusion


About This Class

A simple tutorial for using your serger to make fashion scarves. This is a great project for using up leftover fabric, and also makes a great gift. This project is suitable for those just learning to use their serger, as well as more experienced sewers.

You will need:

  • Serger/Overlock machine (as well as a basic understanding of it’s use)
  • Three thread cones
  • Piece of lightweight fabric in your desired scarf size.






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Katelin Catchpole

Vintage-loving Seamstress, Crafter, and Artist

Hello! I am a passionate seamstress, artist, and crafter. There is nothing I love more than creating beautiful and practical items. Most of my inspiration is drawn from the past, especially from the period between 1870 and 1935, and I love putting my own spin on historical styles. I work both as a mathematics tutor and as a seamstress, creating original garments for my online shop "Phonograph Fashions". I also dabble in a variety of other mediums (paints, inks, wood burning, pastel, and whate...

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