Can there be an easy way to remove all those stitches and loops? I suppose I can call myself a pro when it comes to removing sewing machine stitching but when I began serging in 2008, I had a problem. I was good at making mistakes while serging but I wasn't good at removing the stitches and starting afresh! Along came some research and today I have an easy method (which was derived from different sources), that can take away the frustration and hassle that comes with removing serger stitches. Find this tutorial and others on my crafting blog:

~Rebekah Fox~

Technique Materials

tweezers, seam ripper

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    May 27, 2011, 12.48 PMby nanooch

    thank you!!

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    May 23, 2011, 03.38 AMby pink-cornelia

    great tutorial, it is quite tireing to remove serger stitches, I will definitely try this technique next time I need to undo some stitches.

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      May 23, 2011, 04.48 PMby Rebekah Fox

      Thanks so much Pink-Cornelia! After I finally figured out this method of removing serger stitches, I actually began to feel more confident about using my serger. It made me feel that whatever I serged, I can do over. And life is grand when you have “undo” buttons! :)

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