Question about Sewing Machines
If the serger is in good condition then perhaps all that is needed is
a manual, there are no free ones, but here is a link for a manual
I don't know that much about necchi sergers, but I do have 2 necchi
sewing machines one is mechanical and the other is electronic,
they are both good machines, I've never had any trouble out of
either one, and I've had the mechanical one for around 11 years and the
other electronic one for around 9, I make clothes and quilt on them.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Necchi machine
Bu Mira was made in Italy between 1952-1956 it was the machine where the introduced the Wonder Wheel to make decorative stitches, olive green in color . There are some people who collect them but like all antiques the rearer the are and the better origonal condition the are in the more the are worth.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
SOURCE: How do I thread a serger?
They are always difficult to thread. Keep perservering. You will get the hang. Is there a diagram inside the machine itself? If all else fails, take it to a dealer and ask them to show you. Have you asked your friends? Then when you have it threaded, next time you want to change colours, cut the thread off BEFORE you unthread the machine. And tie the new colour on to them. Then run the machine. The new cotton will pass through the machine and you should only have to thread the needle again. This saves you having to thread it each time. good luck.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: necchi sewing machine
i repair a lot of sewing machines as a hobby .. the necchi is one of the better ones .. they are easy to use and work well .. i almost always dontate the repaired machines to places like "womens shelter" .. "home for troubled girls" or just give them to someone that has nothing or cant afford new machines ... it sometimes makes a difference in their life if someone helps them get started .. modern machines vary from really cheap junkers that somehow work to really expensive machines that do everything but are completely out of reach for many.. the old necchis are better than many new machines but no one knows that .. so typically they sell for only $20 to $50 ... but if you donate a working machine to someone it can help, then its worth it weight in gold ..
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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