serger

NOUN
  1. a sewing machine that overcasts the raw edges of a fabric with a V-shaped stitch
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  • When removing a needle, keep it threaded so it's easily pulled out if dropped into the serger.
  • Various thread management accessories are available for both sergers and conventional sewing machines to help you modify how the thread feeds.
  • Included were three industrial sewing machines, one of which was a serger that could do a three stitch security wrap to keep fabric from unraveling at the edge due to repeated washing. Doreen - III
  • But really, my list is similar to yours, with the additional question of "With what color is my serger currently threaded? What I Think About When I Think About Sewing - A Dress A Day
  • Toss the completed shirt onto the board behind the serger with shoulders toward the machine.
  • Usually I buy them for myself and take them in with my serger! Tutorial: Make a Child’s Skirt from an Adult Sweater
  • Rethread the serger with thread that matches the shirt fabric, and adjust for an overlock stitch.
  • That having been said, my opinion of sergers is that a good "dressmaker" model of sewing machine basic utility stitches, good buttonholes, but nothing fancy is superior to a serger. A Thank-You Note - A Dress A Day
  • Although he's associated with detailed handwork, he happily uses the serger and the sewing machine for many special effects.
  • However, we are so used to seeing serged seams, that I always finish the seams on the serger.
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