Re: How useful is a serger
- From: Pogonip <nobody@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2006 00:24:10 -0700
In article <8LJFg.270285$mF2.8878@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Juno <caseylhh55@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm not a professional either but love my serger. It has made sewing knits a simple job, makes great napkins and I get a second life from old towels. That's just a few of things I use it for. I have made it a point to use it all the time.
The big thing with a serger is to use it. The more you do, the more you love it.
I'm with you. A serger definitely extends one's sewing panorama and, for someone with less time to sew, it can really enable you to get more done taking advantage of the limited time available. Is it a necessity? No, but neither is an electric sewing machine or indoor plumbing--- though it's darn convenient. :)
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