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Pfaff Coverstyle vs Juki MO-735
IngaRosa
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Date: 7/12/13 5:46 AM

Hello there! :)
For some time now i'm on search for a coverlock. Still a bit ago fell absolutely in love with Bernina 2500 dect, however realized that this machine is virtually impossible to find for a down-to-earth price, plus more negative comments about this particular Bernina came up cooling my enthusiasm down a bit. So now have rounded it all down to Pfaff Coverstyle and Juki MO-735. But can't really find many reviews on this Pfaff and Juki.

I've been sewing knits quite a bit lately and absolutely dislike the look of double needle created hemline after few washes (especially underthread bunching the seam).

Can anyone comment on Pfaff if you work with this machine? I'd appreciate any suggestions on +/- of both machines?
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Date: 7/13/13 8:02 AM

I have the M)-735 and love it. I use it all the time and find it easy to thread and adjust tension. I have never used any of the 10 feet it came with, but that is a goal--to learn what they are for. I switch from overlock to coverstitch regularly. Usually I wait until all I have left is the hemming and then switch. But I love it. I had another Bernina serger with a cover stitch and never could figure it out at all. This is so much easier! The directions are a little wiggy, in that they put all 4 languages for each thing on each page, so it is a bit to go through, but that is my only complaint.

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height 5'2" bust 36, waist 31, hip 39.
I have way too many yards to count, and I will never use them up, but I will die trying!

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In reply to VivianZ

Date: 7/14/13 12:04 PM

Thank you for your opinion! It really does look that Juki is simplier than Bernina.
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Date: 7/14/13 12:24 PM

I have the elna serger 945.
It does a nice cover stich.

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