Tie Up Loose Ends with 2021's Best Sergers

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A sewing machine is a staple, even in the modern household, for quick fixes and simple fabric projects. But, when you need an efficient way to trim and enclose a seam, a "serger" sewing machine is the newest addition to your household staple list—but where to start? One of the main factors separating one serger from the next is the number of in-use threads. Sergers are typically divided into three different categories based on the number of threads: 2 3, 4 and 5 threads. Increased thread overlay leads to a more professional look, but also increases user difficulty. Finding the machine that fits your budget and your skill level can be daunting, but we’ve gathered the best on the market.

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