What is a serger?

Answer Sergers are sewing machines that can sew seams, cut the seam allowance and stitch around the seam's raw edge in a single step. Home sewers who use sergers can create garments with seams similar to ... Read More »

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What Is a Serger Thread?

Serger thread is fine thread used in a serger for finishing seams. Serger thread feeds off the top of a large spool instead of revolving like it does on a sewing machine.References:World Wide Quilt... Read More »

What is a serger used for?

A serger, also called an overlock, is a type of sewing machine with a history dating back to 1881. A serger is different than a sewing machine in that it can sew and cut fabric simultaneously.Sour... Read More »

What does a sewing serger do?

A sewing serger finishes the raw edges of fabric. It is similar to a sewing machine, but with multiple threads that overlock around the fabric's edge, which prevents the fabric from unraveling.Refe... Read More »

What is a serger sewing machine?

A serger is an indispensable tool for your sewing room. Once used only by commercial clothing manufacturers, sergers are now almost as common as your home sewing machine, allowing you to create pro... Read More »