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Are you looking to learn more stitches and techniques on your serger? Learn how to set your serger up for sewing a rolled hem in this week’s new BurdaStyle Video!

Check out the newest video here: Sewing a Rolled Hem on a Serger.

A rolled hem is a clean, narrow finishing technique that is simple to do on the serger once you know how to adjust your machine properly. In this video, Denise takes you step by step through the process.

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You’ll love this video if:

  • You have a serger and are looking to learn more stitches and techniques
  • You want to learn a new hem variation
  • You want to sew a simple, clean, narrow finish that’s decorative

What You’ll Learn in This Video Tutorial:

  • How to adjust your serger’s settings for a rolled hem
  • How to change the stitch length on the serger
  • How to lower the upper blade on the serger
  • How to move the stitch finger of the serger out of the way
  • How to remove the left serger needle

With new technique and tutorial videos added weekly, BurdaStyle Videos has all the sewing, fashion, and DIY inspiration and instruction you’ll ever need, so check us out!

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    Dec 17, 2013, 03.40 AMby Fran McCue

    I’m so glad I found you! I hope I can learn more about using a serger through you and other sources. I bought a beautiful serger a few years ago and it’s never been used because I’m SO afraid of it! But I’ve always wanted one.

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