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A serger is a sewing machine used for creating clean, finished seams to prevent material from fraying at the end. Learning to use a serger is such an important step to growing as a seamstr(ess) and creating perfectly clean finished and tailored garments. Generator has a serger machine that we want to teach you how to use! In this skill-based course students will learn how to thread and operate a four cone serger by practicing a number of techniques under the guidance of a skilled sewer.


  • Elizabeth Maklad

    Elizabeth Maklad

    This is Lizzie. She was raised in the Burlington area and attended CVU high school and then the University of Vermont. She has been sewing since she was 12 years old and is now in her second year of Fashion Technology school at Savannah College of Art and Design. She loves clothing and is always excited to share everything she has learned with new and curious minds!

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Standard Price $75
Workshop (Member Only)
Member Price $67.50


40 Sears Ln

Sears Lane 40

If you have any questions please contact Sam Graulty

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