A serger does not typically come to mind when you think about finer seam finishes.  But Sarai from Colette Patterns shows how you can use a serger to help make a French seam.  The overlocking keeps the raw edges from fraying and also makes it easier to turn and press the seam.  Get the how-to on the Colette Patterns blog, The Coletterie.

[photo from The Coletterie]

By Anne Weaver


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