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FASHION SERGE

In this on-demand course, instructor Pamela Leggett demonstrates easy and imaginative garment projects and embellishments you can make, all with your serger. Along the way, you’ll learn how a serger can be a more versatile sewing tool than you ever imagined. Discover a world of stylish possibilities with your serger. Fashion Serge is a companion class to Serger Techniques, which introduces the basics and beyond of serger use. So, if you are comfortable with a serger's essential functions, you are ready for Fashion Serge.

You will have access to the content as soon as you sign up. There is not a course schedule to adhere to or a specific time you need to set aside for learning.

You’ll learn to make or modify garments:

  • Construct a classic knit shirt

  • Upcycle a T-shirt for a better fit

  • Add a zipper to create a cardigan  

  • Embellish a skirt or top with flatlock seams

Create innovative fabric treatments:

  • Serge curves with accuracy 

  • Create heirloom look pintucks and ruffles  

  • Attach delicate lace insertions  

  • Edge woven strips to layer on a garment 

Plus, Pamela demonstrates how to: 

  • Make a cozy fleece vest with fancy seams 

  • Design cording, piping, or buttons 

  • Insert hidden elastic waistbands 

  • Create a lacy faux-crochet edging 

Bonus Materials: 

Separate attachments, four PDFs:

  • Achieve Effortless Heirloom Effects

  • Flatlock for Fashion

  • The Cover Stitch

  • Meet Your Serger

Meet the Instructor

Pamela Leggett is a nationally recognized sewing/serging instructor, teaching in-person and virtual classes. Since she began teaching in 1981, she developed a fun and informative teaching style and founded Pamela's Patterns, designs with many built-in fitting solutions. In addition, Pamela is a contributing writer, book author, video personality for Threads, a Craftsy instructor, and director of the Palmer/Pletsch Philadelphia and Connecticut sewing workshops. Pamela lives in Connecticut, where she operates her business and has a teaching program at The Studio at Pamela's Patterns in Vernon.