~EASY Serger Bag Pattern~
If you are searching for the, hands down, easiest serger project, here it is! It’s called the Movie Night Serger Bag and you will be able to whip these babies up in no time at all! This pattern comes with very detailed instructions and illustrations to keep you moving along smoothly. Check it out below.
Going to the Movies?
Once upon a time going to the movies was a real treat! I can’t help but think of the movie Annie, when she sings the song, Let’s go the Movies! To this day, each time we go the “the movies”, I sing that song. There was time in recent history when movie attendance dropped drastically. Even we were guilty of not going. The high priced ticket along with the $10 popcorn, drinks, candy (you have to have candy) with a family of 3, can cost over $60. The movie theater folks really changed their marketing strategy. No longer, did you randomly buy a ticket and hope you found a seat with friends and family. On-line seat reservations changed everything. This made it worth it! This saves so much time and removes the issue of getting seats together. Finally going to the movies has become thing again!!
The Movie Night Serger Bag
The Movie Night Serger bag serger pattern is great for all brands of sergers, all types and is perfect for that student brand new to using a serger. The only stitch you need to set your serger up for is a 4-thread overlock stitch. Then follow the cutting instructions and follow the diagrams. There are 4 pages included in the PDF download and it’s super easy and fast to make!
- 4-thread serger friendly
- Elastic top – easy to get in and out of and secure
- Corded handle and loop
- Fast and easy to assemble
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What you will need to make the Bag!
Materials: Use your favorite cotton prints
- Fabric A – 1/4 yd (Print)
- Fabric B – 1/3 yd (Zebra)
- Fabric C – 1/8 yd (Pink)
- 1″ wide elastic
- 3/8″ wide cording
- Serger thread
Are you ready to make yours today!!
Let’s get started. Just buy the pattern HERE!
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