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Posted on: 10/1/04 3:31 PM
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this is a little tip. my serger needs me to use a threader to thread the looper. i use a little thing from my dentist that is for flossing under a dental "bridge". it looks like the threaders you can buy (and can lose because they're so fine and light). these are often given as free samples from the dentist and come several in a pack. they're made by Butler.

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MeMe said... (10/2/04 8:44 AM) Reply
I've discovered this neat little trick myself I guess from frustration and desperation in trying to thread my serger without taking most of my sewing time away from actually sewing! Theyare like a loop with a long tail and large and firm enough so they're easy to hang on to and won't bend and break like the little aluminum threaders.
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