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In Sewing

What is serge in sewing?

  Serging is a way to finish a raw fabric edge to keep it from fraying. A Serger cuts the fabric edge as it goes through and sews an over-lock stitch that creates a clean, (MORE)

Can you sew a serge stitch in a regular sewing machine?

Some machines offer a serger stitch; check the manual to see if yours does. The stitch is basically just a zigzag stitch, so it's like a real serging stitch's pathetic, more t (MORE)
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Why is it important to serge or zigzag over the edge of a fabric that is loosely woven or unravels easily?

Serging or zigzag stitching a fabric keeps the fabric from unraveling. . Serging trims the loose threads and encloses the edge in a thread casing. . If a serger is not ava (MORE)