You know those thin little thread belt loops you see at the sides of dresses? They’re nearly invisible but they keep the belt from sliding up or down. They’re usually made with a crochet chain stitch. But you can make them on your serger as well. Tricia from Made By Me & Shared With You shares a tutorial on her blog showing how to adjust your settings to do it. Get the how-to.
[photo from Made By Me & Shared With You]
By Anne Weaver
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