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Video: How to Thread Woolly Nylon

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Produced by: Evamarie Gomez, Carol Fresia, Stephani L. Miller, and videographer Jeff Roos

Threads Sewing Tips: Thread a Serger with Woolly Nylon

Woolly nylon is a great choice for sewing seams in stretch knit garments and for creating rolled hems. Watch this video to learn how to thread your serger with the slightly fuzzy, stretchy thread.

Reader tip by Jennifer Pakula, Croydon Park, New South Whales, Australia, which was featured in Threads #118, April/May 2005.

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Comments (1)

Moos Moos writes: A bit of nail polish on the end of your thread. roll it gently around between your fingers it will be dry in no time. and thread your needle cut tip of. works for all kinds of threads, wool, etc.
Posted: 2:58 pm on November 15th

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