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Overlocking is much more than just finishing the edges!
There are good reasons to use a modern overlocker in your sewing room: Above all, it gives all our creations an equally beautiful finish, outside and inside. An overlocker lets you handle all fabric types with ease and precision, even highly stretchable or slippery fabrics.
- 1300 stitches per minute
Sews up to 1,300 stitches per minute, providing a professional speed for faster results.
- 2/4 thread adaptability
The different types ensure the perfect stitch no matter what project.
- Four thread overlock stitch
Perfect for sewing with knit fabrics, because the stitch stretches as the fabric stretches providing a strong and professional finish.
- Three thread overlock stitch Provides a professional seam finish and it helps prevent loosely woven fabrics from fraying.
- Three thread Rolled Hem stitch
Add an elegant fine finish to your projects.
- Flatlock stitch
Decorative threads can be used to add texture and add dramatic embellishment effects.
- Adjustable stitch width and length
Keeps seams strong and prevents bunching on all fabric types.
- Easy tension adjustment
Keeps stitches balanced and even.
- Long-lasting LED Light
See your sewing area clearly.
- Adjustable Carbide Knife
Cuts fabrics easily and can be adjusted as needed for any project.
- Handy Free Arm
Take the accessory compartment off, when you need to overlock areas such as cuffs, pant hems and other circular seams.
- Colour coded threading system
Threading path for each thread is indicated with a specific colour which makes threading easy! Referernce diagrams are also included right under the front cover of the machine.
- Built in rolled Hem plate
Simply slide a lever to easily change the machine for rolled hemming. There is no need to change the stitch plate.
- Extra-high Presser Foot Lifter
The presser foot can be raised extra high, which will allow thick fabrics to go through.
- Differential Feed
Controls the ratio of movement between the front and back sections of the feed teeth. Use the differential feed to help eliminate distortion from your seams when sewing stretchy fabrics or puckers from seams in lightweight or silky fabrics.