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Serger cover

I just had a brilliant idea. The serger here may be used constantly or could be idle for a month or more. With all the dust and fluff from quilting, it needed a cover that would shield it but I didn't want to weigh down the poles that are threaded and ready to go. It has crossed my mind that I could gently drape a yard (more or less) of what we call bridal veil illusion over it. That will catch some of the fluff and not disturb the threaded arrangement. I'll let you know how it goes. Polly
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Polly Esther

You should be able to push the thread guide down to spool level and cover it without disrupting the threading
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Ron Anderson A1 Sewing Machine 
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I just had a brilliant idea. The serger here may be used constantly or could be idle for a month or more. With all the dust and fluff from quilting, it needed a cover that would shield it but I didn't want to weigh down the poles that are threaded and ready to go. It has crossed my mind that I could gently drape a yard (more or less) of what we call bridal veil illusion over it. That will catch some of the fluff and not disturb the threaded arrangement. I'll let you know how it goes. Polly
I use a scrap 1/2 yard piece of cloth, cut so that it is 1/4 yard, over mine. It's just a square, nothing fancy. And I push the thread guide down as far as it will go. Barbara in cool Florida
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Yeah. I understand that but there are evil forces here with my serger. Any attempt to lower the poles would involve one thread making a double wrap around a tension knob, one hanging up on the hook and the cat traipsing off with the 3rd and we don't even Have a cat. Polly
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Polly Esther

Yeah. I understand that but there are evil forces here with my serger. Any attempt to lower the poles would involve one thread making a double wrap around a tension knob, one hanging up on the hook and the cat traipsing off with the 3rd and we don't even Have a cat. Polly
I definitely understand about saying the cat did it when there isn't one around! However, I usually just blame it on Reese, the dauchund who likes to lay at my feet when I am sewing. Barbara in FL
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