Finished another project? Time to celebrate! The easy-to-use Baby Lock Celebrate serger includes adjustable manual tensions, allowing for perfect stitches on any type of fabric. Jet-Air Threading™ threads your machine with the touch of a lever. Plus, Celebrate's presser foot features a 6mm height that makes serging on thicker fabrics a breeze!
With just the touch of a lever, thread is sent through the tubular loopers. There are no thread guides, no struggling and there's plenty of time to serge away!
Hold the needle threader in place for quick and easy threading with just the touch of a lever.
Eliminates thread tangles and delivers proper tension with all threads on any fabric.
Clearly see every stitch, fabric and thread color under one bright LED light.
Celebrate features a higher presser foot height to effortlessly handle thicker and loftier fabric.
There's no exposed thread, no thread guides and you can thread in any order! Tubular loopers eliminate threading mistakes and protect the thread for more serging freedom.
We've taken the differential feed to a new level by adding a single-unit feed dog mechanism. This ensures stronger feeding as well as consistent gathering on all fabrics.
This exclusive Looper Drive System prevents loopers from becoming misaligned or out of time, reducing the possibility of major looper damage. This protects your machine from needing repairs, allowing you to serge worry free!
Baby Lock has created a knife system with a larger cutting bite that cuts thicker fabric with ease and increased visibility.
While some machines use slanted needles that push and damage fabric, the Celebrate's needles are set vertically and sew directly up and down, protecting your fabric and preventing needle deflection.
Stitch length can be easily adjusted on a Baby Lock serger using one dial. This dial includes an Automatic Rolled Hem setting that will retract the built-in stitch width finger for a rolled hem finish.
The Fabric Support System keeps stitches flat and balanced, no matter what speed, fabric or stitch you choose. The built-in stitch fingers actually move with the knife blade, adjusting the seam consecutively with the cutting width.