I received my first serger as a college graduation gift. The serger came threaded with four spools of white thread; meaning no matter what color fabric I was working on, my overlock stitches were white. There was absolutely no way I was going to attempt re-threading that serger. Obviously, I overcame my fear. The good news is that sergers nowadays are much easier to thread. Just look at this Brother 5234PRW serger that comes with a needle threader! Follow along and I will show you how to thread your Brother 5234PRW Serger.
Note: I use different colored threads in each of the loopers and needles so it’s easier for you to see. Also, after threading the serger I will stitch out a sample. If there are any issues with the stitch I can compare the color that doesn’t look right on the fabric to the coordinating needle or looper thread.Machine used: Brother 5234PRW Serger