Tips for Threading a Serger

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Threading a serger is never any fun, no matter how experienced of a sewer you may be. Aurora Sisneros walks us through her way of completing this tedious task and make it a bit easier, and less time consuming. This helpful trick can make a sewer’s life much easier! Watch and learn today how threading your serger can become an easier task than you think. 

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21 Responses to “Tips for Threading a Serger”
  1. Judi Jackson Reiss

    This is ridiculous. Not what was expected. I thought by reading the description, I would actually see a good video on how to thread servers. If this is your idea of a lesson, no way will I pay for it!

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Judi! Thank you for your honest feedback. Your comment is important to us and we have taken your feedback into consideration. We are in the process of adjusting the title and video description so it will reflect the subject matter. As always, we will continue to listen and work hard for your complete satisfaction.

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  2. Bonnie L. Spielman

    This is exactly how I do mine but I just connect them and begin sewing slowly and they come right through but like you said you may have to rethread the needle.

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  3. maryhutto

    This is a very good tip for “Re-threading a Serger” or “Adding a New Spool of Thread on a Serger”. But, I agree with Judi, it is not good for anyone trying to thread a serger from “scratch”. This threading job is always a pain for me and can really be frustrating if the thread breaks during a project.

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  4. Aunt B

    Thank you for showing …. KOOL BEANS… .. LOL… I Just bought a serger so this tip is a smart tip… Thanks again

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  5. Myra

    Thank you for the great video on changing threads…..I have tried to do this but not very much success. Never knew about turning the tensions to zero….will do this next time. I have been surging for 15 years….love learning new tricks. Thanks again.

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  6. Mel

    It is a shame that Judi Jackson Reiss feels the way she does regarding the instructions you gave regarding threading a serger. I have several friends that teach sewing, and they all say the same regarding this process. If it works, why not!

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  7. Jennifer Clarke

    Why does take so long to explain a simple task? If you lift the foot the cotton should just pull through. I am a retired couture seamstress with many years of experience. You are making this look far more difficult than it is!

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  8. Linda Spears

    I was a bit disappointed it wasn’t on threading the serger, as that’s where the problem is I’m having, but I noticed on the video to the left, that it says easy serger thread change. Would it be possible to have one on threading a serger? Thank you!

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  9. BB Rosser

    Although Aurora Sisneros did a great job explaining re-threading a serger, I recently purchased an older model serger that is not self-threading, so I would really appreciate a tutorial on How To Thread Any Serger.

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    • Customer Service

      Thank you for your suggestion. Your feedback has been forwarded to the proper department. Happy Sewing!

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  10. Robbin E. Dillon

    so – after the fourth ad, I give up – not exactly what I had hoped for……

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    • Customer Service

      Hi, Robbin! Please contact Customer Service at 1-855-208-7187 for any technical issues you are experiencing at your earliest convenience.

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      • Robbin E. Dillon

        Kind thought – but my complaint was that I never got to watch the serger video: ALL I SAW WAS ADS!!

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        • Customer Service

          Hi, Robbin. We are sorry to hear are having trouble viewing the video. Please contact our Customer Service Team at 1-855-208-7187 so they may perform additional troubleshooting with you.

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