Singer 14T968DC Professional 5 Serger

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The is 5/4/3/2 stitch serger by Singer is the perfect solution for your home sewing projects. The serger can produce 1,300 stitches per minute and features six additional snap-on presser feet.


Material Metal Plastic
Type Sergers
Color White
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Model Number 14T968DC

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  • happy w/ serger/coverstich combo

    I had bought the brother 1034 serger prior to this. I discovered I would use a coverstich more than just serging. I think the quality of the machine is nicer than the brother. It does not sound as harsh. It is difficult to thread compared to the sewing machine, but it is worth it to go to the website and print out the workbook. I think it sews well and glad I purchased it.

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  • serger

    Maybe your eyes are better than my eyes,but be warned this machine is extremely difficult to thread and keep threaded.even though there are ways to help to th read it it is extremely picky about how you do it. Disappointed.

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  • Good, but not professional

    This is a home machine. I wouldn't call it 'professional'. Even so, it's capable at what it does. Threads easily enough, works well enough. Threading isn't hard, once you figure it out. Comes with a CD with fairly detailed instructions on how to set up each of the various stitches. The additional presser feet are a nice addition. Auto tension works fine. There are some points of design that I found lacking: *Lighting isn't very good. I added a sewing machine light to it. You almost need a flashlight for threading some parts of it. *The tray that holds the thread cones is a little low-and in the way. Getting your hand on the 'fed' side of the fabric isn't as easy as it should be. I bang into that tray all the time. *The telescoping thread guide (wire thing that raises up above the thread cones) is kind of spindly and fragile. *No on board storage / storage is lacking. It comes with a little box for the small pieces, but there's still presser feet and the cutter cover and cover stitch covers that are loose. Two largish chunks of plastic that need to fit into the sewing box. *The scrap bin doesn't attach. The little tray that catches cuttings just slips under the front. If you pick up the machine, that tray stays behind. *Tension adjusters move too easily. There are some levers for fine tuning tension, and they move if you brush against them (which messes up the auto tension settings). *Cutter cover and cover stitch cover snap in place. You have to slide one off and the other on to change over. They feel like they'll be the parts that break first. *Cover stitch cover isn't flat. This is the surface to the right of the needles. There's a small raise in it (because the upper looper doesn't retract enough). That means that your fabric goes up over a bump on the right side, about parallel to the needles. A little disconcerting. *Presser foot lift lever isn't convenient. You flip it down to raise the foot, and up to drop the foot. It's between the back of the overarm and the thread . Getting used to it though. Even with the above 'issues', I'm happy enough with the machine. It's relatively inexpensive for all the things it can do. Overlock stitches are all functional and work well. Cover stitches are great. It's two machines in one. Changing over from one mode to the other takes a few minutes, so planning out your sewing in advance is helpful. And, it seems like it's of reasonable quality. I don't know what a 25 year warranty means for it. 90 days parts and labor looks like the reality of it.

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  • Singer Serger

    You really must read the direction on how to correctly set it up. Once you set it up its really easy to use. It's a work horse.

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  • Great Serger for a great price

    This is an amazing Serger! Download the user manual and go through all of the stitches before starting a project. Once you understand how to thread the machine it's pretty simple to go from one stitch to another. Keep a binder with the stitch directions & make sure to write down any minor adjustments for future reference.

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  • Singer Professional 5 Serger

    I got the serger home first thing i did is printed out the PDF file instructions put them all in a binder and started testing out the machine. In front of the Machine A thru K took me a minute to figure out that the colored dots are the ones you need to thread an you need the PDF manual that tells you were to set your Seam width, spreader, that’s simple.... flatlock the reason i got this serger that’s more complicated... took me a long time to figure it out wish there was better instructions, its got real pictures but you really cant see what they talking about wish they like circled it or something. Upper looper lower loop??? ( Flatlock Tread the blue top, green bottom, red bottom.) What confused me is for the green it says upper looper engaged and threaded… the upper is what confused me it took me a while but once I figured it out its easy simple… The green can be treaded thru the bottom or the top. Changing from the cutter or straight plate is hard to snap off I feel like im going to break it, hope it smoothes out with time and get easier to take off or im taking it off wrong… it defiantly takes time i went thru all the You tube demos and HSN videos Singer site videos ... but once you get the stitch to work its awesome... i got the rolled hem, and took a hour to figure out the flatlock and then forgot how to do the rolled hem need better notes for self.. but over all once you get passed figuring it out ... you will be happy with it... but if you don’t have time to sit with it, or don’t like to mess with stuff, I wouldn’t recommend it. I have lots of patients and even i got frustrated a few times... its very complicated but once you figure it out its easy…does lots i haven’t even tested the other feet. But with time im sure it will come easy.,,,

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  • Singer Professional 5 Serger

    I total love my new serger. I love the Cover Stitch capabilities! It was not hard to figure out or thread, I studied it step by step, took notes and made samples of each stitch. Take time to learn about the machine and its capabilities before diving into a sewing project. The step by step book is very helpful. I don't think you need professional classes to figure it out, but you definitely need to do learn about the different techniques first.

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  • A Good Tool

    This is my second serger. It helped to already be familiar with sergers. As other reviewers said, the threading required practice and careful reading of the manual. As complicated as this machine is, I think the manual was fairly well written. I had a few questions at first and thought I was going to have to call their customer service number, but as I worked on threading the machine for different stitches and trying them out, I figured out pretty much all I needed to know. It's a great machine. The chain stitch makes fitting garments much easier since you can just pull a thread to remove an entire seam. I'm looking forward to using the cover hem on knit garments. I will still use my older serger for regular serging -- that will save me from having to re-thread the new one so much. It will mean buying a few more cones of thread but I can handle that.

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  • Love It!

    I love this machine. The manual is a must and needs to be read through several times before tackling this monster machine. I traded up from a 1970's Bernette and thought I knew what I was doing. There are settings that involve the transmission and the blade that were new to me and I am so happy with how many new options I have with this awesome machine. My Mother came to my house and tried it and ordered herself one that same day. My aunt is a Viking/Huskvana dealer and she was impressed with the singer machine and the price. It's equivilant viking is over$2000. Buy it, you will love it!!!

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    It's a great serger but it did take awhile to figure out the threading. So, I'll give you several suggestions, 1) paint the metal the color of the dots where you thread through 2) Read the manual and go to and look at the support section, there you will find "frequently asked questions" there you will find a color schematic on how to thread. 3) There are TWO levers inside the machine that will help you thread the red and the brown looper, the brown lever (it's silver and it has a half round at the end, I call it the brown lever since it threads the looper designated with a brown path. is almost directly behind the plastic that faces you when the serger door is opened, the one that controls the threading for the red looper is easier to find. That is the worse there is, it's finding those levers, now that you know, it will be easy to find and easy to thread. This machine has better lighting than the Singer stylist but the tweezers that comes with it may have an issue since it hasn't the smooth finish and you'll know it's a problem if you try to thread the needle and it catches on the tweezer, I just got myself a better tweezer and it made a world of difference. IT DOES NOT COME WITH FIVE CONES OF THREAD!!!! It has a small thread card and the machine is set up in a coverstitch configuration. Study it, Use the tie thread method the first times you want to use the machine, I suggest you use the same color thread as the color of the dots. Five colors: Orange, blue, green, red and brown, I think. I also labeled all the parts and I also labeled the order that you thread the machine, Note there's two orders of threading. 1) for coverstitch, the other for overstitch. It doesn't have a free arm, that's why I got a Singer stylist too, it does have a free arm but the lighting isn't as good on that machine as the Pro 5. If you are new to serging and don't want alot of headaches with threading you might want to get the Singer stylist, it has a GREAT CD on threading, . The pro 5 comes with a CD but it's a workbook not a video on how to thread. I think Singer would not have so many complaints on this machine had they included a how to thread CD with it. I trained on a Baby lock serger and the stitches on both this Singer and the Baby lock are comparable.

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Questions & Answers

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  • whats the power range? 110 only or 110-240?

    • Hello Firefox, this item features 110 volt designed for United States and Canadian use only.Thank you for shopping with us.

  • Is this serger made in democratic Taiwan or authoritarian China? Thanks.

    • Hello John, this item was made in Taiwan. Thank you for shopping with us!

  • Why did you choose this product?

    • I choose it because of the number of different stitches I can do with it. I have used the three threads before and I just want to have some fun with the five thread.

    • I want to be able to sew professional hems on clothing, like T-shirts.

    • I have Pfaff 4 thread serger for years and want a 5 thread better model

    • First saw this machine introduced on HSN, was impressed with the demo, research and reviews helped, also wanted multi-functionality.

    • I want it to use the cover stitch and all the other stitches it does and the reviews were good as well as the price

    • so I can sew

    • Coverlock capabilities and good reviews!

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  • Is this machine new or refurbished?

  • Does this machine has an automatic needle threader?

    • Hello lizaki35, this does not have that feature. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.

  • Does this serger have electronic speed control

    • Thank you for contacting us roaw70. Yes, this has an electronic speed control. Please let us know if you have any further questions.

  • Hi, Does this serger have a "free arm" feature? Thanks

    • Hello longnlean, no free-arm capability. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!

  • Can this item shipped to PR?

    • Hello natenasty, we don't ship the Singer 14T968DC Professional 5 Serger to PR. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!

  • How many feet come with the machine. Does it come with an extra cutting blade?

    • Hello breadpainting, The Professional 5 Serger 14T968DC Electric Sewing Machine comes with: Cording Foot Taping Foot Blindstitch Hem Foot Shirring Foot Beading Foot No extra blades Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!

    • 6 extra feet are included: Bead/Sequin, Elastic, Cording, Taping, Blind Hem/lace and shirring feet.

    • It does come with an extra blade. There is one that is installed from the factory and an extra blade with the included accessories.

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  • What is Cover Stitch ?

    • Hello newuser69, With the Singer 14T968DC Professional 5 Serger the cover stitching it usually used with stretchy fabrics to finish up seams, and the "cover" portion refers to it being outward facing where it can be seen. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!

    • Cover stitch is a 'decorative' stitch which looks great on both sides of the fabric. It is similar to a 'Flat-lock' stitch, but does not create a seam.

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  • Does this machine do cover-stitch?

    • Customer reviews confirm that this machine will do cover-stitch.

    • Yes........when it works.

    • Yes. It is easy to switch to a cover stitch.

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  • is any warranty


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