The Ultimate Serger Answer Guide: Troubleshooting for Any Overlock Brand or Model

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Krause Publications, Jan 1, 1996 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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THE user-friendly reference essential for any current or prospective serger owner!

  • Practical, easy solutions for any problem with any serger, no matter what the brand, model, or vintage.
  • Expert-savvy, timesaving tips on serger threading, needles, threads, feet, upkeep, and much more.
  • Comprehensive strategies that help answer "Which serger should I buy?"

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User Review  - helenm1956 - Overstock.com

I have owned and used several sergers and this is as sturdy and flexible as the very expensive machines I have used. Easy to thread and use, fast, quiet, very clean cuts and very easy to adjust to ... Read full review

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This is a great book with many pages filled with tips for successful serging. Read full review

Contents

C Insider Insights 53
6
Solutions to Every Serging Problem
7
NeedleRelated Problems
28
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Gail Brown ranks as one of the most widely read sewing journalists. She is author of thirteen sewing books and writes articles for several publications, including Woman's Day Specials, The Singer Sewing Library, and Sew News. Gail is also often seen on PBS's Sewing With Nancy, HGTV's Sew Perfect, and Nancy's Notions Ltd. videos. She resides in Hoquiam, Washington.Mary Mulari, always an avid sewer, found her niche designing appliques, writing creative sewing books, and teaching. She is author of Mary Mulari Appliques With Style and several other sewing books, two of which were chosen as finalists in Craftrends magazine's PCM Award of Excellence competition for new books, and one that won the award in 1995. Mary also appears as a frequent guest on the PBS television program Sewing with Nancy. She lives in Aurora, Minnesota.

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