One of the blogs that I enjoy following is SewMcCool and this week she has a guest blogger from SergerPepper. The post is not only an informative tutorial on how to create different stitches with your serger but also provides this awesome cheatsheet reference.
Complete with adjustment instructions AND photos, this information should be helpful to both those new to serging or those like me that can use a refresher 🙂
So today is the day…..butterflies in my stomach!
My class on Craftsy is scheduled to be released some time today. When I was told it was to be released on April 1st, I was like “seriously?!?” but then I thought that the timing was perfect 🙂 Today is a day of fun and silliness – so what better day for my first Craftsy Class, Big Embroidery with a Small Hoop, to be released!
So I started this post in the morning….and VOILA!! Here is the announcement! Use the above link to get the class at half price!
So, what’s the class about? Thinking, planning and stitching designs that are bigger than your hoop. We will cover templates and alignment lines – the whole process from start to finish. There is no reason to think you are limited to a small embellishments just because you have a small hoop! The design shown above is just one of the hands on projects you can stitch.
So this is no joke! You can stitch big designs with any size hoop – I promise it’s really not that scary and I’ll be sharing some tips & tricks that make the process fun and easy. I invite you to take advantage of my introductory half price coupon and check out this class.