Brother 1034D 3/4 Lay-In Thread Serger

$235.00 per Each
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Description: The Brother 1034D serger features a 3/4 lay-in thread system with lower looper threader.Stitch options include 4 thread overlock, 3 thread overlock, narrow hem, rolled hem, and ribbon lock stitches.Additionally you can sew blind hem, pin tuck and flat lock stitches by purchasing optional presser feet.The machine has a free arm/flat bed convertible sewing surface.The 1034D also offers a F.A.S.T. lower looper threading system for easy thread changes.The differential feed improves sewing results on stretch or thin fabrics to give you a perfect finish. Snap-on presser feet allow quick and easy changes to transition to each desired stitch.The 1034D also includes an instructional video tape to make serging fast easy and fun. This machine does not conform to International electronic codes. Warranty is voided outside the US.

Washing Instructions : None

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great inexpensive serger I did purchase my serger used but I love it. It was easy to learn to thread and use. If it ever gives out, I would buy the same machine again. November 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy way to have professional look! This is a very nice serger and the price is sooooo good. Brother products have always been a preferred brand for me; their quality and consistency keep me coming back. Once the threading has been mastered, and there are many YouTube videos to help with that if the manual is confusing, the rest is almost too easy. I found that careful pedaling kept my machine in top shape. Sewing/serger machine engines will burn up if they are run too fast for too long because of the heat build-up. Keeping the speed to a moderate speed will extend it's life for a VERY long time. Clean it after every project with it's brush and q-tips. A very little bit of moisture on these can help pick up dust. Also, those small vacuum attachments for sewing machines are the best way to go. These newer machines now use regular sewing needles. Fabulous! Happy sewing! November 10, 2013
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