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Candice Jewett: Serger Cafe Class - Tacoma

SERGER CAFE welcomes all brands and levels of sergers. The goal of Serger Cafe is to provide projects that familiarize you with the features of your serger and offer projects that demonstrate how much more sergers do than seams or edges.


January's Class Project & Description:
For all your picnics and potlucks this is the perfect insulated carrier for your cold or hot dishes. You will review and/or learn a variety of techniques including the beautiful deco wave stitch. Your own carrier will feature an angled pocket on the outside that is faced with chalkboard fabric. That pocket is perfect for utensils plus you can write notes on the chalkboard fabric pocket...with someone Happy Birthday or simply note the delicacy that you've baked for them. It's always fun to make something you are happy to show off because everyone will be asking where you got it.

February's Class Project & Description:
This cute unstructured vest is a great way to try your hand at serging a garment. Flattering style with simple lines which will allow you to learn new and fun ways to use your sergers decorative or expressive stitches.

March's Class Project & Description:
Lingerie Class #1 / Half Slip: with this class we will learn several lingerie serger techniques including attaching elastic with your elastic foot, flat locking a lace hem, narrow clean finish seams and more. We will be working with fabrics that are traditionally difficult with a sewing machine but much easier with your serger. Once you learn the techniques you can make this slip in less than an hour and you will have a skill set that you can apply to all lightweight fabrics.

April's Class Project & Description:
This is a classic camisole with the option to add heirloom pintucks and lace insertion down the center as in the inset picture. We will use our clear foot, pintuck foot and lace application foot to create the panel and then cut out the pattern. The picture shows the classic camisole and the inset illustrates the heirloom panel you may add to the front of your camisole. It can be worn unseen under clothing or as an elegant summer top under a jacket or shirt jacket.

May's Class Project & Description:
It's the perfect time of year to make a new jacket that can either be worn as a light outer jacket or an unlined topper to wear with pants or skirts. It is easy to dress up or dress down this style. If you've been staying away from garment construction done on the serger this is a great pattern to start with. The unlined swing coat features raglan sleeves and a back yoke for a sophisticated style. It also includes inseam pockets and two sleeve options.
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Instructor Candice Jewett
Location Tacoma
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