Lil Hookey Serger Seam Hook

Lil Hookey Serger Seam Hook

NN00902
Rated 3.0 out of 5
2 Reviews

$9.99

With the Lil Hookey Serger Seam Hook from Blue Feather, it's quick and easy to lock serger seams so the serging doesn't unravel. 

  • Set of two
  • Each measures 2¼" long 
To use:
  • Snip seam thread tails at 2½" 
  • Slip the blade into the serger seam ½" or more from seam end
  • Hook the thread trails near ends
  • Pull thread tails into the seam with hook slightly rotated toward fabric
  • Unhook secured thread tails and clip 
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With the Lil Hookey Serger Seam Hook from Blue Feather, it's quick and easy to lock serger seams so the serging doesn't unravel. 

  • Set of two
  • Each measures 2¼" long 
To use:
  • Snip seam thread tails at 2½" 
  • Slip the blade into the serger seam ½" or more from seam end
  • Hook the thread trails near ends
  • Pull thread tails into the seam with hook slightly rotated toward fabric
  • Unhook secured thread tails and clip 
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Reviewed by Linda T.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Definite plus

I used to have one of these but I lost it. Doing your serger seems like this is a definite plus for never having things raveling out. All sergers should come with this when you buy the machine.

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Reviewed by Jo from show me s.
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 1 out of 5
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Serger Seam Hook

Was surprised to receive 2 of multiple size in pkg. However made a very thin metal with very sharp edges. Tried out. Found difficult to slide through seam. Had to be very careful it d/n cut seam threads.

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Nancy's Notions

Thank you for your feedback! It does take some practice and it helps to turn the shaft of the Lil Hookey downward slightly toward the fabric so that the hook opening is away from the crossing threads.