Writing this work has given James the opportunity to encapsulate the techniques she has developed during 15 years of teaching. The result is a concise guide to the serger and serger techniques. Major sections of the book include identifying the parts of a serger (with photos of each part), serger accessories, types of threads, threading and testing the threading, learning to regulate tension, and techniques. Throughout, James emphasizes using a knowledge of serger threading, needles, and tension to solve any problems relating to stitch formation. A good purchase for public libraries.
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This book from the pre-internet age might have been useful once, but nowadays you can get just as much information and more detail from online tutorials or even youtube videos. Read morePublished 1 day ago by M. Grubert
This book is mostly common sense. It does have some helpful tips on threads and fabrics but, your manual would have the same information.Published 11 days ago by R. Little
This book needs some better organization. When I'm caught up trying to troubleshoot, I can never find the right answer without a lot of frustrated searching.Published 12 days ago by Skp
Dont really tell me much more than the manual that came with my serger.Published 1 month ago by Cyndi