Juki Pearl Line MO-655 2/3/4/5 Thread Serger by JUKI
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- Color Coded Threading Guides
- 1-Rotation Thread Tension Dial
- Adjustable Differential Feed
- Lower Knife Adjustment Knob
- Heavy Duty Knife System
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Enhance your world of sewing with the Juki Pearl Line MO-655 Serger featuring 2-needle, 2/3/4/5 thread overlock, differential feed and chainstitch. Comes with a free instructional DVD. The Juki Pearl Line Home Sergers offer two exciting models to expand your sewing capabilities. Create the latest fashions or decorative home items and crafts with the MO-655 five-thread machine. It offers differential feed and built-in rolled hemming, and performs all the popular overlock and flatlock variations. The MO-655 also performs a 2-thread chainstitch, making it possible to sew a secure 5-thread safety stitch. The Pearl Line sergers are ideal for use with today's latest fabrics as well as decorative threads. Add serging techniques to your world of sewing and open new doors to design opportunities!
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I had read that the instructions were difficult to read they didn't say how hard. The threading of this machine was a challenge, oh yes it is. Patience was used to the utmost. I did buy the dental mirror just to try to thread the machine and The Complete Serger Handbook. My daughter did have to help me with the screws when I was replacing the needles. The screws can fit into your fingernail just too small. The tension will have to adjusted for different weights of fabric. After months of practice, practice and practice some more. Overall, I had to get to know the machine with all of its functions. It does a lot more than my old one.