Brother Serger, Get The Professional Edge ~ Amazon Deal

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Brother Serger
Now you can get that professional edge with the Brother 1034D 3 or 4 Thread Serger with Easy Lay In Threading with Differential Feed. It’s just $184.99! Normally these cost $463.30. Get it in 2 days with Prime. Don’t wait too long, the price can go back up…

This would be an awesome Christmas present.

Versatile stitch options

Choose from 4 thread overlock, 3 thread overlock, narrow hem, rolled hem, and ribbon lock stitches.

Adjustable stitch width

The stitch width can be easily adjusted between 5mm to 7mm from left needle, helping to provide the perfect stitch width for your project.

Easy threading

The 1034D has easy to follow, color-coded lay-in threading, and the lower looper threading system is designed to make sure the thread stays right in place.

Removable free arm

Simply slide off the removable arm to serge cylindrical items such as sleeves.

Differential fabric feed for better stitch quality

The differential fabric feed helps improve the stitch quality on virtually all types of fabric, especially important when sewing stretchy, knitted, or thin fabrics. Differential feed ratio is 0.7 to 2.0.

Uses standard sewing machine needles

No need to purchase special needles – the 1034D can use most standard home sewing machine needles.

Fast, up to 1300 stitches per minute

Saves time, and delivers high quality stitching, even at up to a high 1300 spm speed.


The Complete Serger Handbook $10.77

Serger Cone Thread – 4000 yds White 651 $7.96

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8 COMMENTS

  1. I’ve had this one for a few year now and I love it. It’s fairly easy to thread (once you’ve done it a few times-but hey, there’s pictures). Also has good, simple adjustments. Pretty noisy but I think that’s standard with sergers.

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