Serging Sequins Thread

September 29, 2006
Sewing a sequins fabric?Want simple nice jewels to go along, and you simply do not want to match another texture to your outfit?Easy! Simply serge the thread you are sewing with.

Combine your thread with a silky embroidery thread, of a similar of different color for contrast.

Using decorative thread into the lower loopers of the serger should do the trick.

You will end up with long crochet thicker threads.

Every now and then, place a sequin from your fabric under the needle (stop the machine first then sew it in by manually turning the wheel).
Use many threads of different lengths to build a necklace or bracelet.


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