Betty really never makes the same design twice, although she uses the same basic pattern many, many times. Use the serger to create a notebook of samples, including techniques for necklines, curved and straight hems, lower side slits for movement, cuffs and a collection of decorative accents. You’ll leave confident in your serger and knit skills, with a reference notebook and lots of ideas for a wardrobe of tees and tunics. See a trunk show throughout, as she shares ways to create a new adaptation each time you construct a garment, taking inspiration from the internet, ready-to-wear and her own imagination. The result: a wardrobe of on-trend tee-tops for special days and every day. How great is that?!