Cheater Threading for a Serger

How to thread your serger the cheater threading method from Skirt Fixation

Before we go on to the 2nd lesson in our Serger School series, we need an interlude about threading…cheater threading!  Everyone’s greatest fear with a new serger is threading it.  So before learning anything about how to sew with the serger, I’m going to teach you how to thread it…in under 3 minutes…the easy way.

Now of course this only works if your serger already has thread in it!  If not, don’t worry, we’re working on a video all about threading the Brother 1034D serger the “real” way.  So stay tuned.

Without further ado, try this for no-frustration cheater threading for your serger:


In the video, and in our studio, we use the Brother 1034d serger.

Brother 1034d Serger

 

We recommend these threads:

GREY Low Lint, High Tensile Strength Polyester Serger Thread

BLACK Low Lint, High Tensile Strength Polyester Serger Thread

WHITE Low Lint, High Tensile Strength Polyester Serger Thread

If your serger is still in the box, go here for Lesson 1.

Need thread storage solutions?  Try this post.

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How to thread your serger the cheater threading method from Skirt Fixation

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Audrey, a mom of 9, sews and blogs at Skirt Fixation, your home for everything skirt related! There's lots of other sewing goodness too...after all can't leave the boys out of sewing adventures! She also designs and sells pattern through Project Run & Play.

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