“Look What I Learn” or. Where Are My Wavy Serger Seams? Maybe this is better question. This is my first finished project form a super fun and the best workshop ever; STITCHED … this is something that is on my mind lately and I admit I will and I did learn a lot just with watching all the videos there and I also plan to make all that project, so this year will be super sewing fun for me. Actually I’m so happy that I did finally found people who are interested in the same thing and I could learn from them, and I mean learn a lot. All the video tutorials are so fun and so new that I actually don’t know what to do first, because I want to try all of them.
This bag is made from old recycle sweaters and I did change a pattern (it is something old from me), but I did make it with serger and boy I love my serger. It is so fun machine, and I need to learn about it so much more. The bag is actually the small shoulder bag, but I plan to make one more much bigger. But for this I did use just one sleeve from two sweaters and pink felt for lining and a little print fabric strap. I admit, I did use felt with overlook the first time. Actually I recycle the sweater in to the bag first time to.
I’m so happy that I finally did found a Second Hand shop inLjubljana, so useful. But I didn’t know that I don’t know how to sew a wavy overlook edge with my machine. I will admit that I did think this is the only way that you could do it if you work with sweater knits, but my seams are not wavy at all and I did want to have them. So I need to learn this too, and then just play with my closet and recycle everything that I could found there. I can’t wait to start thinking about new patterns. Just really want to have waves there. Where are when you need them? Any advice? Please.