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Thread: video on how to thread a seger

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    Super Member carolaug's Avatar
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    video on how to thread a seger

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHZKH...feature=relmfu - its a free sample of a crafty class...no sign up...you can view but I get no sound..but it was still interesting. Maybe some day I will use my serger.
    Last edited by carolaug; 09-09-2012 at 02:48 AM.

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    Sure wish my old Viking 936 had the automatic threading feature. Have never been able to make my little gizmo work -- it doesn't push the thread in for enough to grab.........

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    I love using my serger. My latest project was a quilt as you go serger quilt. the hardest part of it was cutting out the fabrics. I wil be making more of these for charity quilts for my guild.

    I have a Viking 936 & it is a work horse. My dealer keeps it in great shape for me.

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    Hi, Grocifer,
    Just in case you don't already know this, there is a Viking936users group among the yahoo groups.
    Pat

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    Does antone have a Janome my lock model 134? I am looking at a used one to buy. Are they easy to use?

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    Thanks katkat -- I just finished doing the projects in the workbook over the summer and I always turn to the group for further information. I'm still a novice but getting better. It does a wonderful job...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacee kay View Post
    Does antone have a Janome my lock model 134? I am looking at a used one to buy. Are they easy to use?
    Yes, I have a Janome My Lock 134 but have not used it as I could not find out how to thread it. With this video I will be trying soon and hope to be successful. When I bought mine they were supposed to be one of the best but we moved and I was not able to begin using it.

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    My technique for threading my serger is to call my son or husband to do it. Works every time!
    Krystyna
    Feel the fear and do it anyway!

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    i have the Janome 634D, which has always been a pain to thread if you aren't able to tie on to the threads already threaded. However i've always been able to get it eventually, now it threads, sews a few inches and then the right needle thread breaks. thought i'd sew with just the left needle, then the thread broke anyway. haven't had it serviced since i had to replace a cutter blade 4 years ago. Perhaps it is time again

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    Hi Jaceee, I have a Brother 1034D that I bought from Amazon. I previously had a Janome, don't recall the model, but sure hated threading it. This Brother was a very good price and is so much easier to thread. It is my favorite machine to use.

    TE=jacee kay;5504016]Does antone have a Janome my lock model 134? I am looking at a used one to buy. Are they easy to use?[/QUOTE]

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