Serger Alternative: Using the Overlock Foot on a Regular Sewing Machine

Serger Alternative: Using the Overlock Foot on a Regular Sewing Machine

FASHION SEWING FOR BEGINNERS
FASHION SEWING FOR BEGINNERS

“Using an overlock foot to finish off raw edges on seams is an excellent alternative to sewing with a serger/overlocker. If your sewing machine doesn’t have a stitch setting for an overlock stitch, fear not. Simply use the zig-zag stitch which comes as a standard feature on most sewing machines. Don’t forget, if you have any sewing-related questions or comments, then please get in touch!”


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How to Use and Install the Overcast Foot – Sewing Parts Online

 

“If you want finished edges similar to a serger/overlock machine, look no further than the overcast foot. You can even get the rolled-edge look! Also, learn how to make lettuce edges and fringe in our instructional video. We show you how to install and use this must-have presser foot!  To purchase your foot, visit us here: http://bit.ly/QpqCci”  

Excellent easy-to-understand sewing information about everything overlock. – Wiki


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