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I caved in and ordered a serger!!!!

    Well, up into now I never needed a serger or actually understood all that comes with serging. And to be quite honest I still don't lol... I just know that I am finally making garments( instead of making ghastly, unwearable, unrecognizable items lol) so I would like the insides to look great just as well... I know that I will be asking you Divas for help and I will  have  plenty of concerns....

I guess I am growing up or maturing in my sewing. Seriously up into now, I would just leave my insides looking a hot mess lol...But to my defense I was concentrating more on learning how to read the directions and decipher the diagrams...I feel that I am getting a better concept and actually making garments now, so I want my garments to look as RTW or better! Well, the serger I purchased is the Brother 1034D 3/4 on sale for 193.54 and FREE shipping!!!! Well, as always Divas be blessed and nothin' less!


  1. Congrats on your new addition and look forward to your serged creations.

  2. Sheila, I going to be needing a lot of help lol....

  3. Congrats on your purchase! You will love the Brother serger! I have one that I use to finish my seams, but I am in the process of learning other finishes on it as well. There are two CDs to give you helpful instruction, but I must confess, I am still afraid of threading it myself!! I will try soon! I look forward to seeing how your experience is!

  4. Vanessa thank you so much...I can't wait to test it out lol..Ps. you are doing wonderful with your sewing and I love reading your blog.It's so encouraging to see another beginner doing so well!

  5. I've got two blog awards for you if you are interested and have the time.

  6. I've had this Brother serger for many years and it is still running strong. You are going to love having a serger.


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