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This machine is for giving sewing projects a strong and professional edge, and has multiple ways of finishing the seam. It's a complex piece of equipment, and as such, it requires an induction. The manual, unlike that of the sewing machines, is less 'suggested reading' and more of a requirement to use the machine correctly and get the best results.

While this machine is relatively robust, we advise against working on it with seriously heavy materials - you're likely to break the needles at minimum, and be forced to re-thread the machine, which is a non-trivial task. Forcing through overly heavy fabric can break the machine entirely too, as can too many layers of fabric. While it may not give as good a finish, we suggest the use of our Singer 4423 Heavy Duty Sewing machine instead.


Full Manual

<File:SingerOverlocker14SH754InstructionsENGLISH.pdf> Smaller, English only manual

Other Resources

The basic anatomy of our machine -

How to thread the machine (clearer than the manual) -

Setting up the tension -

Transfer thread from large cones to small spools (for when you don't need miles of thread) -

A long term review that also gives some handy tips -

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Last update: August 22, 2020