It's a coverstitch machine. For the majority of the world who does not know what this wonderous thing is, it's a sewing machine which produces the lines of top stitching on garments and finishes the fabric at the same time. It also serges! It makes the seams, cuts off the excess seam allowance and finishes them, too. After doing some test samples to get used to the machine and see how it works, I got really eager to do a real project. I chose a simple t shirt with ribbing at the neck and sleeves. I used the 4 thread coverstitch option because 3 lines of stitching looks more expensive. Here are some photos: In my haste to start a real project I forgot to change the white looper thread to a darker color. Well, at least you get to see what the underside looks like and how nicely it finishes the project. Good thing the white thread is on the inside and won't be seen by the general public. My t shirt was constructed entirely on the new coverstitch serger and in 2 hours time. On to more projects! I'm going to make some matching shorts since I had somewhere near 5 yards of this thicker, good quality purple knit.