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Thread: easy serger cover

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    Super Member finch's Avatar
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    I made this serger cover today .I saw the idea somewhere on a blog.Anyway I like it because it ties on both sides and it doesn't pull your threads loose when you lift it off.Afriend gave me the block and this is what I decided to use it for.
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    That's adorable. I need to make a few of them for my machines....someday. Have some quilts to finish first. Thanks for sharing.

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    great job! I really need to make covers for all my machines. I just use those tacky plastic ones.

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    cool idea, thanks for sharing with us

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    What a cute cover for your serger! Now we all want one!!

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    I WANT ONE..........SEE I TOLD YA THAT THIS WAS THE NEATEST COVER! NOW EVERYBODY IS GOING TO WANT ONE! SHOW US HOW YOU MADE IT!

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    I'm a newbie so forgive my ignorance here :) Can you please explain a serger to me-what is their purpose, how do you use them etc? I have seen them and they look so confusing to me!
    Thanks!

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    Really nice!

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    Love your cover. Cute block. I need to make a cover for my machines, too. It is on my List!

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    I did not use any pattern for my serger cover.I just measured from the front to the back and across and then I left enough room to do a hem all the way around and then added two ties to each side.I sewed the block on that was given to me by a friend and added some lace around it and that was it.The blog that I saw used ribbons as ties,but I used fabric.Hope this helps.

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