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Quilted Serger Purse

Quilted Serger Purse

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This stylish quilted purse iscreated entirely on the Pfaff Coverlock Serger. The base fabric is custom quilted with the chain stitch, while the pocket is created with stitch & flip quilting.
Susan Pfaff 
demon-strates how to quilt, sew in piping, and create abutton loop all on your serger!
Quilted Serger Purse
Susan Pfaff 
17 AQC303
Sewing Supplies
Pfaff Coverlock Serger 
Rotary Cutter, Mat & Ruler 
Serger needles EL x 705
Jeans Needle #100 or 110
Sulky KK2000 Temporary AdhesiveSpray
Serger Thread
 Water Erasable Fabric Pen
3/8 yd. main purse fabric
3/8 yd. lining fabric
 Warm & Natural cotton batting
1/2 yd. lightweight fusibleinterfacing
1/8 yard each of two coordinatingfabrics for outside pocket
1-3/8 yd. decorative cording for handles
1-1/2 yd. covered piping
1” button
1/4 yard lining fabric for pocket
To make the Quilted Serger Purse, cut:
Two 12” x 14” main purse fabricsTwo 12” x 14” battingsTwo 10-1/2” x 13-1/2” lining fabricsTwo 10-1/2” x 13-1/2” fusible interfacings12-1/2” x 6-1/2”lining fabric for pocketThree 3-3/4” x 7” fabric strips and batting for outside of pocketFour 1-1/2” x 7” fabric strips and batting for outside pocketOne 1-1/4” x 6” bias strip of coordinating fabricTwo 20” lengths of decorative cordingOne 13-1/2” length of covered pipingOne 25” length of covered pipingCoverlock Piping foot #820325096Coverlock Strap and Belt Loop Foot #820313096
Make your own covered piping with:One 1-1/4” x 15” bias stripOne 1-1/4” x 27” bias stripOne 15” cotton cord approx. 3/16”One 25” cotton cord approx. 3/16”
[Figures 1 and 2]
Note: To set your serger up for each of the techniques, follow theinstructions on the LCD display, or see your instruction manual.
Spray KK200 temporary adhesive sprayon each piece of batting. Place main fab-ric 12” x 14” fabrics onto batting, withthe wrong side of fabric to the batting.Attach quilting guide bar. Mark initialstitching lines at 45 degree angles, mak-ing an X on the two 12” x 14” mainpieces. Quilt each piece, using a chainstitch (stitch #4) 1-1/2” apart. With arotary cutter, ruler and mat, trim eachpiece to 10-1/2” x 12-1/2”. Set aside.
[Figures 3, 4 and 5]
Quilted Serger Purse
Figure 1Figure 2Figure 3Figure 4Figure 5
Quilted Serger Purse
Outside pocket:
Change serger stitch to4-Thread Overedge (#18). Working fromleft to right side of the pocket, place first1-1/2” x 7” fabric strip onto a battingstrip. Serge one long edge.
[Figure 6]
Place a 3-3/4” x 7” strip on top of first,right sides together. Place a batting strip 3-3/4” x 7” under first batting strip. Sergeall four layers together.
[Figure 7]
Flip open & press.
[Figure 8]
Repeat with remaining five fabrics andbatting strips, alternating colors.
[Figure 9]
Trim quilted piece to 12-1/2” x 6-1/2”.Change serger to chain stitch (#4) or 5-threadsafety stitch #20. Snap on the Piping Foot.Stitch piping to right side of upper pocketedge.
[Figure 10]
Place the pocket lining right sides togetherwith the pocket and stitch over the same lineof stitching.Change to the all purpose foot. Flip the liningover and serge the sides and bottom.Place the pocket on one of the quilted pieces. Match thebottom and sides. Stitch the sides and bottom to baste inplace.Change to wide Cover hem (stitch #3). Snap on the Strap& Belt Loop foot. Stitch a 6” long strap with the biasstrip.
[Figures 11 and 12]
Trim to 4” long and baste to the center top of theremaining quilted piece for a button loop.
[Figure 13]
Change to 5-Thread safety stitch #20. Place front withthe pocket and the back with the belt loop right sidestogether. Serge sides & bottom.Square off bottom of the purse 2”. Serge with stitch #20. Turn rightside out.
[Figure 14]
Baste piping around the top of the bag with thepiping foot and chain stitch #4.
[Figure 15]
Attach decorative cording oneach side of purse, placingends 2-1/2” from center andbasting with the chain stitch.
Figure 6Figure 7Figure 8Figure 9Figure 10Figure11

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