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Flatlock Patchwork Blanket

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Blanket - loop side

Created in this Craftsy Course

Beginner Serging: Machine Basics & Techniques taught by Amy Alan

Take your serger out of the closet! Learn the fundamental setup stitches, then make three posh projects: an exposed zipper bag, an ombré ruffled apron and a striped knit scarf.

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Category Sewing
Sizing Children
Style Funky, Casual
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What materials did you use? Polar fleece, thread, rotary cutter, mat & ruler, serger set on flatlock and 3-thread overlock

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What are you most proud of? Some parts worked really well, and there aren't any really really horrible parts.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Keep the thread tails *really* long to make it easier to secure and hide them at the end. I found the needle thread was constantly too short and had to re-do a few parts where it unravelled. Tip: if you want to unravel a 3-thread flatlock in a hurry, just pull out the needle thread and the loops will practically fall off!

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This is such a cute blanket!! I have a serger that was given to me awhile ago from a friend who doesn't sew anymore, but have been totally intimidated to use it! Glad to see you project came out so nicely.

12/17/2012 Flag

You are becoming a serging queen! Look at all of your projects- wow! I'm glad to see that your flatlocked squares worked, even if the fleece gave you some trouble.

12/17/2012 Flag