Can you do regular stitches on a serger?

Sergers are available with a variety of useful options. You can create different stitches and results based on the number of threads you use on the serger. Each brand of machine is slightly different, but the basic stitches that can be made are the same.

What does the stitch finger do on a serger?

The stitch finger has a finger shape and sits close to the cutting blade on the right side of the pressure foot. The finger functions as a meeting point for the threads that move through the serger, guiding each to create the stitch on the edge of the fabric.

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