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SINGER 14CG754 ProFinish Serger
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- 2-3-4 thread capability provides more stitch variety
- Differential feed eliminates stretching and puckering on all fabrics
- Four built-in rolled hems provide more hem options, especially for lightweight fabrics
- Adjustable stitch length and width keep seams strong and prevent bunching on any type of fabric
- Color-coded threading makes set-up quick and easy. 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only.
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The SINGER 14CG754 ProFinish serger provides a wide selection of stitch options including four built-in rolled hems that help you achieve professional results every time. Adjustable stitch length and width, differential feed and color coded lay-in threading allow even more freedom and easy set-up. Save time with hems, seams and seam finishing with the 2-3-4 thread capability. The optional free arm lets you easily sew sleeves and cuffs. At 1,300 stitches-per-minute with automatic fabric trimming, this machine will have you zipping through projects from day one. Decorative flat-locking and easy rolled hems make fashion sewing enjoyable. Included accessories: all-purpose foot, needle set, tweezers, spreader, small screwdriver, foot control, power cord, instruction manual with included stitch guide, machine intro DVD
The SINGER 14CG754 ProFinish Serger
The SINGER 14CG754 ProFinish serger provides a wide selection of stitch options including four built-in rolled hems that help you achieve professional results every time. Adjustable stitch length and width, differential feed and color coded lay-in threading allow even more freedom and easy set-up. Save time with hems, seams and seam finishing with the 2-3-4 thread capability.
The optional free arm lets you easily sew sleeves and cuffs. At 1,300 stitches-per-minute with automatic fabric trimming, this machine will have you zipping through projects from day one. Decorative flat-locking and easy rolled hems make fashion sewing enjoyable.
2-3-4 Thread CapabilityProvides more stitch variety.
Free Arm SewingRemove the cloth plate to access the free arm, making it easy to sew difficult-to-reach areas such as armholes, cuffs, and smaller projects such as children’s clothing.
Adjustable TensionKeeps stitches balanced and even.
Color Coded Threading SystemEasy threading saves time.
Warranty25-year manufacturer’s defects, 2-year electric and electronic components, 90-days parts and labor.
4 Built-In Rolled HemsMore hem options, especially for lightweight fabrics.
Additional Features & Benefits
1,300 Stitches Per MinuteSews up to 1,300 stitches per minute--a real time-saver.
Built-In Rolled HemConverting to the rolled hem sewing mode is effortless. An easy access lever moves the stitch finger into position for rolled hemming.
PortableCarry handle makes for trouble-free to transporting.
One-turn Numbered Tension DialsMakes adjusting the tension effortless when sewing a variety of fabrics.
Four-Thread Mock-Stretch StitchThis stitch is a favorite when sewing a knit fabric because the stitch stretches as the fabric stretches. This provides strong and professional finishes that will not pop when the fabric is stretched.
Rolled Hem StitchAdd an elegant fine finish to table linens, scarves, and much more.
Moveable Upper KnifeCan easily move knife to prevent trimming of fabric while sewing.
SINGER is sewing made easy.Founded in 1851, Singer is one of the world’s leading sellers of consumer and artisan sewing machines, and one of the world’s most trusted and recognizable brands. The company has a long history of innovation, having produced, among other breakthroughs, the world’s first portable machine, the first zigzag machine and the first computer-controlled machine.
By making simple, easy-to-use machines, Singer has provided the gateway to sewing for people around the world. From home décor and clothing construction to embroidery and quilting, Singer is dedicated to helping people express themselves through sewing.
The right stitch: easier sewing with better results.
- All-purpose foot
- Needle set
- Small screwdriver
Needles: 2022/#11 and #14
Consumer's ChoiceMore people own SINGER machines than all other brands combined.
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Top customer reviews
Thankfully, I was VERY pleasantly surprised. It's heavy enough that it feels very sturdy, but light enough to be very portable. (that's great for me since I don't have a permanent sewing station in my home) When I got it home, I decided to try to rethread it right away, since that seems to be a major complaint about most sergers, and it took me about 10 minutes following the instructions on the machine and in the manual. Since then, I've had no trouble rethreading following just the machines color coded instructions when changing from 3 to 4 threads and back. And that doesn't seem to take any longer than my regular sewing machine.
Some reviewers have complained about the noise of this machine, but I'm not sure what you are expecting. It's much quieter than my cheap White sewing machine and my one-year-old has no trouble sleeping in the next room while I'm working with it.
The stitches are very smooth and once I adjusted to the speed of the machine (it goes much faster than sewing) I've been very pleased with the finished products. Within the first hour or so of trying it out, I had mastered a 3-thread rolled hem and standard 4-thread overlock stitch, the two stitches I most wanted the machine for.
Anyway, don't let the negative reviews scare you out of getting this machine. It's very simple to learn how to use and makes beautiful stitches. I honestly can't find anything to complain about.
As for the serger, I can't be more pleased. My last serger was an ancient fossil and this was definitely in my budget range.
Sergers have a way of being extremely difficult to thread, to my surprise this one came already threaded. So I re-threaded it by just working my way backwards which was extremely easy.
This comes with great instructions and even a DVD to help demonstrate the different mechanics.
I was honestly threaded and running in less then 15 minutes. I'm really impressed with this machine.
I have used the Brother 1034d for several years. When I decided to get a new serger, I thought I'd try a different brand, and maybe eliminate the few (very few) issues I had with it. Long story short, I couldn't get the tensions right on this machine. Ever. The settings are a little different from the Brother, and I used the book, with no success. I'm not sure why, but sometimes the knives just didn't cut, and the fabric would bunch terribly. The other thing I didn't like and just couldn't get used to is the presser foot lever. The Brother has it on the right side of the machine, which makes sense to me, as most people guide the fabric with the left hand. This Singer's presser foot lever is at the back, on the left side. Just doesn't work for me. I finally gave up and bought another Brother 1034d, and have discovered a new love and appreciation for it after the Singer experience. The Brother is also heavier and doesn't jump around like the Singer does, even with suction feet. They're equally noisy, which I understand is just what you get with most sergers. I hope to get a Babylock someday, but in the meanwhile I'm much happier with the 1034d. The Singer is now listed on Craigslist for sale. Lesson learned!