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Why would I disengage my knives?



Please tell me when I would use my serger with the knife down.


Generally when you have already serged something and just going around the piece again to fill in the stitching on the edges more fully. Like in rolled hem napkin edges.

Or if you have already cut a precise edge with sharp sheers - we do this frequently when serging fleece because fleece dulls knives more quickly than regular fabric.

When you are doing a flat lock stitch.


Other F A Q




Chaining Forks and Needleplate : Why is my thread and stitching bunching up?
Difference between a Coverstitch machine and a Serger
Skipped Stitches: what is causing my stitches to skip?
Starter Thread : Why did my serger arrive with thread already in the machine?
Troubleshooting Noises: Why is my serger making a thunk?
Using Scraps to test your settings
Where do I OIL my serger?
Why do I have to re-thread from scratch?



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