Serger Review: Brother 1034D 3/4 Lay-In Thread Sergercategories: Sewing, Machine, Fashion, Crafts, Quilting, Stitches, Narrow Hemming, Rolled Hemming, Ribbon Lock, Blind Hem, Pin Tuck, Flat Lock, Serger
A Serger Perfectly Balanced Between Cost and ValueThe Brother 1034D 3/4 Lay-In Thread Serger has a low price tag, but still provides great quality. Though considered a bit of a beginner machine, this particular device can meet the demands of any at home seamstress. The best part, and the reason it seems geared to a beginner, is the learning videos that are packaged with the machine. There is a long and detailed instruction booklet too, but many people are visual learners and the videos really help to understand how everything works.
The accessories that come with the machine are also nice. There are two extra feet; one that is used for blind hem/flatlock and the other gathers ruffles. Just having these two accessories make the machine a great buy. The various feed options allow many types of fabric to be used. The foot pedal is surprisingly responsive. The thread options on the machine make it possible to use small spools for those special jobs or expensive threads. The serger is not the absolute best on the market, but it provides an obscene value for the money paid.
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