Overlock Stitch?

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Overlock stitch is a method in sewing wherein two pieces of fabric are connected together. It is usually used in edging, hemming, or seaming. It sews over the edges of the two pieces of fabric.
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1. Examine the stitch finger beneath the throat plate of your serger. This small, metal stitch finger creates the overlock stitches around the fabric edge. Your serger may have a
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An overlock machine is designed to do this job. However you can do overlock by using the zig zag stitch. When sewing edge of garment bring stitching right to the end to create an
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There are manuals available for the Viking 310-320-330 series, the 315-325-335 series, and the 210-230-250 series (from your link) at SewUSA. http://www.sewusa.com/Sewing_Machine_Man
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No match found. A lockstitch is the mechanical stitch most commonly made by a sewing machine. The lockstitch uses two threads, an upper and a lower.
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