3010 W. Anderson Lane, Austin Texas

 


Deb will be in Austin for 3 fun-filled days of serger tips, tricks & techniques! Join us for one OR ALL of the following:

• Day 1: Serger Club guest host!

Our special guest, Deb Canham, is a visionary when it comes to sergers. Her eye for wild patterns and vibrant colors make all of her projects so interesting! She’ll be showing us a few of her favorite serger techniques on her adorable Circular Travel Bag, a classic pattern from her collection.

Thu, September 5, 10:30, 2:30 or 6:30  |  $15

 

• Day 2: Working with Knits

Acclaimed serger expert Deb Canham will share her tips and techniques for working with all kinds of knits, including fitting, neckbands, stitches, decorative edges and more.  She'll share her trunk show samples and show you how to get perfect results serging knits every time.

Fri, September 6, 6:30 - 8:30PM  |  $25

 

• Day 3: Hands-On Class: Colorful Cache

Deb Canham leads a day-long class where you'll use your serger to create wired edges, cording, piping, quilting and decorative embellishments on your serger and make a fashionable cache box with a cute rosette topper and zipper closure. Lunch provided. *HANDS-ON CLASS. SERGERS PROVIDED BY SMM. No need to lug your machine to class!

CALL STORE AT (512) 452-3166 TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT AT THE HANDS-ON CLASS

Sat, September 7, 10:30 - 4:30 | $129
(ONLY 2 SPOTS LEFT)

 ABOUT THE ARTIST:


Deb Canham has been a sewing educator since the 1970's teaching classes in the U.K., Germany, Japan and here in the USA. She is a Baby Lock Ambassador and now lives in Venice, Florida. Deb has spent the last 20 years designing and working with her own factory in China, and working as a consultant to garment factories improving their quality control through education and system techniques. Her love of the serger was probably inevitable given the industrial nature of these machines. Deb sees the modern sergers as great creative tools and designs fun projects for the Serger and particularly enjoys working with the fun decorative threads that perform so well on the serger.

 

Watch below as Deb gives us some pointers about creating wired edged fabric. WOW - she makes it looks EASY.