Designed and created especially for Pfaff

A pretty, practical housewarming gift. Stitch our simple apple basket liner for your favorite basket.

Supplies You’ll Need:

• Pfaff sewing machine

• Round basket – approx. 10” – 12” across. NOTE: My “basket” is actually a wire plant hanger from the garden department… only $1.87!!! And…looks just like a basket my Gram had hanging in her kitchen wI was little!

• 6 – 3/8” or 5/8” round rings (plastic or metal)

• ¾ yd – 3/8” grosgrain ribbon to coordinate with fabric

• Fabric – 3 different coordinating fabrics – determine size after you measure your basket

• 1” wide bias (if using the Pfaff bias binder) – enough to go around the 3 circles – you’ll also have to determine this after you measure your basket. Piece strips as...

By Marie Duncan, Education Creative Coordinator
Did you ever wonder what Mr. and Mrs Snowman do on cold winter nights while you are asleep, warm in your bed? They are out, celebrating the cold snowy nights! Our two are having a skate, on a frozen winter pond, holding hands in the moonlight! Use your Smart Punching Machine to felt the essentials, and then define the action with free motion stitching.

Sewing Supplies:

Pfaff Sewing Machine
Pfaff Smart Punching Machine
Green and White Roving
Felt Scraps
1/4 Yard Green Cotton Fabric
1 Yard White on White Cotton Fabric
Sulky 12 or 30 wt. Blendable 4021
Sulky 12 or 30 wt. White Cotton
Sewing Thread
14” x 16” Blue Background Wool or Felt (Ours is hand dyed wool)
18” x 20” Cotton Batting
INSPIRA® size 90 Topstitch Needle
Open-Toe Free-motion Foot #820780-096...

Making napkins is a great way to practice using the rolled hem stitch and turning outside corners on your serger. Napkins add elegance to your place settings, and they’re also very practical.


1 yd (45″ wide) four 18″ dinner napkins (OR)
1 yd (45″ wide) six 15″ luncheon napkins.
2 spools matching or contrasting thread (woolly nylon is great for a rolled edge).
1 spool polyester thread for needle
size 80/12 universal serger needle (put a new needle in your serger)
Serger and rolled hem accessories
ruler, rotary cutter, and mat


Cut the fabric into squares (size given above). Always save the remaining scraps of fabric to use in making tension adjustments for the rolled edge.


Follow the guidelines in your manual and set up the serger for...