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SINGER 14CG754 ProFinish Serger

by SINGER

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Product Features

  • 2-3-4 thread capability provides more stitch variety
  • Differential feed eliminates stretching and puckering on all fabrics
  • Four built-in rolled hems provide more hem options, especially for lightweight fabrics
  • Adjustable stitch length and width keep seams strong and prevent bunching on any type of fabric
  • Color-coded threading makes set-up quick and easy

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 35.6 x 27.9 x 29.2 cm ; 6 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 17 Kg
  • Item model number: 14CG754
  • ASIN: B003H3J50S
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 5 2011
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,419 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Singer ProFinish Serger


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Amazon.com: 3.8 out of 5 stars  113 reviews
183 of 188 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for a beginner! Sept. 1 2011
By Rodiemom - Published on Amazon.com
I've never used a serger before and I've only been sewing for a few years, but my mom gave me money to get a serger as a pre-baby gift. I've been coveting a serger, any serger, for several months now so I was so excited to try it out. I have to say, I did lots of research and the reviews made me very hesitant to buy this serger, but I'm all about buying from brick and mortar stores for major purchases such as this one. It was on sale and I figured it wouldn't be too tough to return if I decided I didn't like it. So, this is the one I got since it was the only one I could afford that was available in my teeny, tiny town.

Thankfully, I was VERY pleasantly surprised. It's heavy enough that it feels very sturdy, but light enough to be very portable. (that's great for me since I don't have a permanent sewing station in my home) When I got it home, I decided to try to rethread it right away, since that seems to be a major complaint about most sergers, and it took me about 10 minutes following the instructions on the machine and in the manual. Since then, I've had no trouble rethreading following just the machines color coded instructions when changing from 3 to 4 threads and back. And that doesn't seem to take any longer than my regular sewing machine.

Some reviewers have complained about the noise of this machine, but I'm not sure what you are expecting. It's much quieter than my cheap White sewing machine and my one-year-old has no trouble sleeping in the next room while I'm working with it.

The stitches are very smooth and once I adjusted to the speed of the machine (it goes much faster than sewing) I've been very pleased with the finished products. Within the first hour or so of trying it out, I had mastered a 3-thread rolled hem and standard 4-thread overlock stitch, the two stitches I most wanted the machine for.

Anyway, don't let the negative reviews scare you out of getting this machine. It's very simple to learn how to use and makes beautiful stitches. I honestly can't find anything to complain about.
186 of 195 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars New to Sergers Nov. 9 2007
By Gary Hoyt - Published on Amazon.com
Purchased this item from a retail JoAnns' It was 249.99 on sale, came threaded.
I had to play around with the machine more than I used it, read the reviews here and on JoAnns' site and decided there was a better Serger out there.
Bought a Brother from Amazon, JoAnn only sold Singer.

Now, in defense of the Singer serger machine, it has a much heavier material cutter, less oiling and a heavier steel shaft, collar combination, than the Brother.
Also, when the Singer was serging it did an extremely good job of overlocking, better than the Brother, in my opinion.

After I became used to the Singer form of threading it wasn't as bad as most of the reviews made it sound.
77 of 86 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Easy to Use! March 30 2011
By sparkley - Published on Amazon.com
I know there aren't raving reviews on this machine... but my opinion is sit down with it and try it! I sat down with it and became familiar with the threading and the manual. Then I went into JoAnn's and took their Serger 101 class. Let me tell you, the threading is easy! It's fun and really I don't know what all the fuss is about! This is my first Serger and have been intimidated for years.. but that's in the past! If you sit down with it, and then take your questions to your local shop you will see for yourself it's really not difficult. We sat down for an hour and I learned how to blind him, flatlock and overlock (3 and 4 thread.) Then towards the end, I had the instructor show me the high dollar Viking machine.. and she couldn't get it to work... it seemed quirky and difficult. I paid 179.00 for this machine and I think it was worth it! I know the Brother got much better reviews, but since I bought the Singer locally, I can take it in with my questions. Once again, I want to stress the threading is not difficult. Threads number 1 and 2 may seem intimidating at first, but once you do it a few times.. it's even fun! So for anyone that thinks this machine is difficult.. I'm scratching my head. This is the easy part, to me reading a pattern is the hard stuff!
47 of 53 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not So Bad July 8 2009
By N. McCurdy - Published on Amazon.com
This is the only Serger I've owned/used. I really don't find it that difficult to thread, especially with the long tweezers that came with it. I watched the Singer DVD which showed how the thread needed to be on the lower Looper and that helped. I also agree that the tension is a challenge but I have success if I adjust beforehand on scraps of the project material. In it's defense, I serge at top speed, never had a needle break (you can order them off the Singer site - all kinds and styles), never had the thread break - used many brands, and think it does a nice job of trimming and sewing. I guess for my needs, which are seams and finishing raw edges, it is just fine for the job. As another reviewer suggested I would list this as on the "heavy duty" side for Sergers.
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So far, I am pleased... Feb. 28 2013
By Katie - Published on Amazon.com
I will update this review should I have any trouble with this Singer Serger. I use Amazon all the time, so if you don't see an update than all is still well :)

I was really nervous about buying this serger. The reviews made it sound like you could consider yourself lucky if you got it to work correctly.
The machine came threaded, but me being me decided to unthread and re-thread it so that I could learn how to do it.
Umm, an hour later I was still not sure what I was doing wrong. I had managed to thread and rethread it at least 4-5 times (its a little challenging but not hellacious. Just take your time and relax). I called my husband up and within 20 minutes he was serging away.

Apparently the tension was all wrong and that was the problem I was having.

I wanted to buy only the Janome, but this Singer was on sale for $199 and Janome (I am a faithful Janome sewing machine fan) was $300. I couldn't swing it, but I really wanted to learn how to use a serger. So, I went ahead and bought this machine thinking that if I was disappointed I could return it and if it was decent enough than I could keep it until I could afford a Janome serger.

I've really enjoyed using this machine. It cuts well, the stitch (only used the 4 thread so far) is BEAUTIFUL, and to be honest I see no reason I should spend the $100 more on the Janome in the near future. It is sturdy and stout and at this point I think I got a great deal.

I will update this review if any problems develop, but for now after about 7 hours of use - I am 5 star pleased.
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