What can a serger do?

There’s nothing like sitting down at your sewing machine and knowing that you have everything you need to make exactly what you want. But do you ever look at your sewing space and think to yourself, ”something is missing.” We know exactly what that is. You, my friend, need a serger. Whether you make garments or quilts, this versatile machine is a game-changer that will make your projects not only easier but more polished and professional. What is a serger?  At its core, a serger, also known as an overlocker, is a specialized sewing machine designed to

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The Perks of Buying A Floor Model Sewing Machine

When you’re looking for a new sewing machine, finding the perfect machine that balances quality and a good price can be a challenge. We have a solution for you; have you ever looked at buying a floor model sewing machine? A floor model machine is one that we’ve had out in Machineland at Quilting Mayhem. That could be a serger, a long arm, or a regular sewing machine. If you haven’t thought of it before, let’s show you why the decision to bring home a floor model sewing machine will save you money while you

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The B790 Pro is Made for You

Sometimes it's hard to get excited about a new gadget. You get the feeling that it wasn't actually made for quilters and their problems. Machine makers don't remember that sometimes threading the needle is fiddly. Or that a quarter inch seam can need a little guidance. Or the machine goes fast, but it sure goes loud, too. When we saw the new BERNINA 790 Pro, we knew it was different. The 790 Pro includes all the things a quilter needs to have the smoothest, most fulfilling sewing experience from their sewing machine. The 790 Pro is

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How to Buy a Sewing Machine for a Quilter: The Ultimate Gift Buying Guide

Buying a sewing machine for a quilter is a wonderful act of love, but it can also be confusing (especially if you’re not someone who currently sews). Purchasing the top-of-the-line machine does not always mean it’s the right one, and buying a machine with the wrong features can cause confusion for the sewist trying to learn a new machine. On the plus side, buying a machine with extra features can give a person room to grow and expand their sewing knowledge. While there are many lists of “recommended machines,” it’s still hard to know what your

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