Thread the serger in this order: loopers then thread. You also might thread the new thread into the needles by hand at the very end of this process. I hope someone can help me out with my dilemma. By looking at the colors on the machine and the inside front cover, following the order is easy. I don't remember the model number, but I will look when I get home tonight. And does anyone know where I can get more information on it? Altough not all title would be available via online library.
Thank you for the great ideas!! I would appreciate knowing the name of your books too. My problem was in threading the upper thread. This manual also for: Ep382. If you're intriguing in different topic and area of interest, you can check out our vast array of our eBook listing which is incorporate many alternative choice, which include college or university book or paper for student or virtually all type of product manual meant for product user whose looking for online text of their owners manual guide. Liz Hi Sailorliz, I hope I'm doing this right, I'm new to this site. As far as the feet, I also have other feet, but haven't changed them yet. If using regular sewing machine thread instead of serger cone thread use the spool cap to hold it into place when serging.
Altough not all title would be available via online library. Wow, I would never have thought to do it that way!! Sew Grannylike, to change your threads you can tie on the new threads in tiny knots onto the threads that are already on the serger. Mine came with a manual, but I also ordered from Amazon. I don't remember the model number, but I will look when I get home tonight. If using both needles, thread the right needle first and the left needle last. I had to order my other feet and other accessories. I haven't tried all the feet that came with mine which is 7 all total but I'm in the process of taking lessons at the local Hancock Fabric to learn all the techniques I can do with my serger.
I can sew in the middle of the night and not worry about waking anyone up, it is so quiet, and it sews. I change the thread as Klynne2 suggested, works like a charm. Hi Mother in law, It's nice to hear that you like your serger. Sergers made by Euro Pro are strong sewing machines that produce even stitches. Simply follow the link provided above and you can directly download euro pro serger 100 546 manual instruction and save it to your computer or else you can also read online through our library. I have been just using the foot that came on the machine.
In threading the upper thread. I have a Euro-Pro serger, which I purchased this past spring. Altough not all title would be available via online library. I thank you for your response, I guess I will have to order some serger books too. Altough not all title would be available via online library. Push feed dog lever down to drop feed dog below needle plate for darning, embroidery and button sewing. Hi Sew Granny, I have this serger and I love it.
Liz I have a Euro-Pro serger, which I purchased this past spring. I will try this out tonight! Turn the dial up or down to adjust the length. Run the machine and put your tensions at 0 when the knots pass through the tension discs. The Euro Pro serger model 101-548 is a 2-3-4 thread machine and can function with two threads, three threads or four threads. The width of the serged seam is dependent on the needle or by adjusting the knob for the width.
The upper looper goes first followed by the lower looper. For my first serger, I really like mine. I'm glad you like your serger. I have been just using the foot that came on the machine. Begin to manually turn the hand wheel towards you evenly and the chain will begin to develop.
Once they are inserted, the right overedge needle will be slightly lower than the left one when facing the machine. It has a differental feed that most lower cost serger don't have. I change the thread as Klynne2 suggested, works like a charm. Video of the Day Serger Needle Placement The needle is the first thing to check and set up when operating this serger. Use tweezers and use the serger's manual if needed, and follow the color coded path to pull all the threads that will be used through the machine. I'll have to check with a local dealer and see if he can help me with where to purchase them from. Altough not all title would be available via online library.