Today’s serger foot class was very interesting. Here are the samples I came home with using the lace foot and the lace foot and the blind hem foot. The above is sewing lace to lace and lace to fabric as in heirloom sewing.
Then we worked on the flatlock stitch which can be used with either side as the pretty side. This was very popular on T-shirts a few years ago.
I folded a part of this fabric so you could see both the front and the back on a blind hem.
I tried, but will need more practice to hit those little sequins right in the holes that are in the middle. I was supposed to just sew in the holes, but obviously, I missed.
And here’s another place that I need more practice. The one on the left is normal quilt binding. The one on the right was using commercial bias tape. Binding potholders is a place with plenty of room for improvement.