This is the chance to perfect your skills on a Babylock serger. Explore a variety of serger techniques, feet and attachments as you make 15 different quilt squares. When all of the squares are complete, you will use your serger to create a small quilt, a lasting example of your serger prowess. Each square is designed to teach new serger techniques, introduce feet and attachments, and strengthen your serger skills
The class will be recorded live. A link will be sent to all students within 24 hours of the class. Even if you cannot attend, if you sign up for the class, you will receive the link to the recording. Then you can take the class at your leisure.
As this is a Zoom class, cut off for sign up is 6 PM the evening before class. Links to the class will be sent out later that evening.
Please have the fabric cut out for the squares before class.
Serger with coverhem capability (There are some options for 4 thread sergers)
All accessories that came with your serger
Foot pedal and power cord
Basic sewing supplies
Terial Magic – I used this on most of my fabric before cutting
Power Serge- Book by Pam Damour and Betty Mitchell
Open Toe Foot
Ric Rac Lace Block- Learn how to “couch” decorative braiding and rick-rack or ribbon. You will learn how to make your own decorative braiding.
Rick-rack or similar trim
3 or 4 decorative cords/thread – 3 yards each
3 spools thread for serger – 2 decorative for the needle
8” square of fabric – stiffened with Terial Magic
Serger Lace Block - Crocheted edges by serger, who knew? This technique is so easy and very showy. Warning: this is addictive.
9” x 8” fabric – stiffened with Terial Magic
One cone serger thread
2 spools decorative thread – 12 wgt