I love my serger, but I’ve always been confused by differential feed. I’m not sure exactly what it is, or why I should adjust it, so I generally just leave it alone. Liz from Simple Simon & Co. just got a serger but, unlike my “don’t touch it” policy, she actually learned what differential feed is and when it should be adjusted. Thank you, Liz!!! If, like me, you want to learn about this feature on your serger, go to Simple Simon & Co. to learn all about differential feed.
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