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Frequently Asked Questions

     
     
     
1   Chaining Forks and Needleplate : Why is my thread and stitching bunching up?
     
2   Fixing my Timing
     
3   Left needle won't catch in the chain
     
4   Difference between a Coverstitch machine and a Serger
     
5   Should I upgrade my model? I screwed up my timing serging over denim seams
     
6   Skipped Stitches: what is causing my stitches to skip?
     
7   Starter Thread : Why did my serger arrive with thread already in the machine?
     
8   Wavy Seams - how can fix my seams?
     
9   What is that clunking noise?
     
10   What size and type of needles do I use?
     
11   Where can I buy the Serger Thread Cones?
     
12   Where do I OIL my serger?
     
13   Why are my loops falling off the edge?
     
14   Why are my stitches showing on stressed seams?
     
15   What is the difference between the Brother 1034D and 1034DX models?
     
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What colors of thread should I use?

Three Thread Colors to match any shade of fabric:


Does anyone here really follow this? How does it work for you?

 

You really need to figure out what works for you.

 

Many folks serge with one color of thread all the time.

 

Some folks match all 4 cones to the color of the fabric, some folks only choose to match one needle thread color to the fabric.

 

The photo suggestion below misleads new serger users to think they are really not going to see the seam construction threads.

 

When a serged seam is stressed in the crotch area or side seams if a snug fit - the stitching will always show unless the are has been specifically reinforced.

Read up on this here

 

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    Troubleshooting Noises: Why is my serger making a thunk?
     
    Using Scraps to test your settings
     
    Why do I have to re-thread from scratch?
     
    Why stitches fall off the edge when serging
     
    Why would I disengage my knives?
   

 

 



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