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I’m Finally Getting a Serger

ineedaserger329 | Posted in General Discussion on

So, I was all Husky at first then it was Pfaff…but I finally found the one…I am getting the Babylock Evolve Wave….I looked everywhere and tried one or two, but as a first serger, I have no more doubts. It’s so user-friendly threading and I talked to a lot of people and really did my research. I figure this one also has no circuit boards which I would worry would go wrong….just my luck….and you don’t have to change any settings between changing fabrics…
I think I am making the best decision for me, but like everyone says, everyone will like something different.


  1. Cherrypops | | #1

    Congratulations! you will certainly have a lot of fun with the serger. I love mine!


  2. Crazy K | | #2

    Congratulations!!!  You will love it!  My first serger was an Elna (my workhorse still going strong!), then a little, simple Janome just for backup.  I also acquired a Janome Compulock which is grand but then I got my Babylock Evolve (before the Wave) and it is wonderful.  Changing stitches is so easy with the jet-threading.  I am presently using it mostly for coverhems but it is great................. the instruction booklet and the Quick Guide complete with drawings is great, too.

    You'll wonder how you ever managed without...............

  3. MaryinColorado | | #3

    Congratulations!  I know you can feel good about your purchase because you did your homework!  Hope you will have lots of fun with your new serger!  Mary

    1. ineedaserger329 | | #4

      Thank you! i am very happy with the decision I made, I can't wait to pick it up!I picked it up and love it!!!! Can't wait to get some fiddling in and get to using it. Already signed up for a class.

      Edited 5/1/2007 3:00 pm ET by ineedaserger329

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