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How To Remove Serger Stitches The Easy Way!
A New Video on Sergers!
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Date: 2/29/12 1:48 PM

I created a new video on my method of removing serger stitches. As I am sure you are aware of, removing these stitches can be quite a job!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxn6wERSODA&context=C328e1cdADOEgsToPDskLDCilBnwSo4UajuU5cYkKo
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Date: 2/29/12 2:45 PM

Cynsew, thank you for the help. Hope you don't mind, but I'm adding an earmark to your thread to make it easier to find in the future.

future search term: sergerstitchingthread

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Thanks again, for sharing.

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Date: 2/29/12 5:07 PM

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Date: 2/29/12 6:45 PM

Thank you so much

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Date: 2/29/12 8:22 PM

Holy smokes. I can't wait to try this! I've been serging for 20 years and it never occurred to me that there might be a logical way to rip out the stitches and keep the mess to a minimum. Thank you. (and excellent video.)
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Date: 2/29/12 8:33 PM

Thank you Thank you That will save hours of work
This is one piece of information I will not forget.
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Date: 3/1/12 0:12 AM

Thanks for the very clear video. It affirmed and gave me a visual for what my local dealer told me. Great minds think alike! Of course releasing the needle stitches means the loops will fall off. So obvious when someone else thinks of it. What's your next genius idea?

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Date: 3/1/12 0:31 AM

Awesome! Thank you so much!!
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Date: 3/1/12 9:06 AM

That is great!! Thank You!!
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Date: 3/1/12 10:05 AM

Wow how clever you are and thank you for sharing your tip. I have always dreaded when using my 4 thread stitch knowing that making a mistake would take so long to get out. Now I want to get my serger just to try this technique out! Thanks again!
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