Monday, November 18, 2013

Serging Tip: How To Easily Finish The End of a Serged Seam Tutorial

Here is a quick little tip for you on how to finish the end of 
your serged seam to keep the threads from fraying.
When you get to the end of your seam, continue to pull the fabric, and serge an extra thread "tail". 
Thread that "tail" through an extra large needle.
Push the needle back through the last couple inches of your seam- just under the stitches, and then back out.
Trim excess thread and you're done!!
Now you don't have to worry about the ends of your serged seams fraying on you! :)

Happy Sewing!


  1. I linked to your site from your lovely house post on A Beautiful Mess and felt compelled to comment on this brilliant bit of info! I have purchased a number of items from a local store where all her clothing is made on site by one person! Some of the seams have started unravelling and I never knew what to do with them til now - thank you!

  2. Hello Janet, so glad I could be a help! :) Thanks for stopping by!


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