Serger or Overlock Machine?!?

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    Did you know? Overlock stitching was invented by the Merrow Machine Company in 1881. J. Makens Merrow and his son Joseph Merrow, who owned a knitting mill established in Connecticut in 1838 and designed the first overlock machine in 1889. In the United States the term “overlocker” has largely been replaced by “serger” but in other parts of… Read more »

Maker Highlight of the Week- Hanna

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Hello! My name is Hanna Flores and I’m the team development coordinator at UNT’s makerspace. I am majoring in computer science, so a lot of my projects here at the makerspace center around computers and software. Even so, I love working with almost every machine we have in space. My mom sews all the clothes… Read more »

Makerspace 2020

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  Hello Makerspace friends! Although the makerspace physical locations are closed right now, we are working to be available online to help you if you need us! So if you need a consultation that we can do via zoom we will! If you have a question or need a virtual consultation please send us a… Read more »