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March 17th, 2008 at 12:26 am

Serger Tassels

in: Sewing
Serger Tassel Teacher & Louise
Louise gathering up her serger crochet
Serger tassels teacher with Louise, Louise,
Joanne, and Susan
Joanne winding her tassel

At our last ASG Livermore Neighborhood Meeting, we made serger tassels. I didn’t make one because it was too much for me to lug my serger to Susan’s house, but I wanted to see the demo.

It’s pretty easy to make the tassels. You set up your serger for a 3 thread rolled stitch. You serge until you’ve used up the entire spool of heavier thread. Oh, I forget what threads are required. One was heavier, and I think the other 2 were decorative. As you serge, you wind the chain onto a piece of cardboard. Once you are done serging, you wind the finished chain onto the tassel template. Tie off the tassel, and viola! you have a tassel.

Let’s see, you have to iron the tassel somewhere in there.

If it’s all still a mystery, and it should be, several serger manufacturers have tutorials on making serger tassels.


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