New to sewing (little over a year experience), don’t own a serger and won’t be getting one in the near future (we’re watching our $$). That being said, I almost don’t want to sew anything because I want those nice overlock finishes.
What can I do (besides french seaming. I hate french seaming) to seal my fabric and avoid unraveling until I can get a serger? Pinking shears? Sealant? What works.
It seems the manufacturer does not have your model’s manual on its site.
Check your Library. They should be there.
Is this still an option? I am in Delft region
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