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Yes, it can be done with the Baby Lock Evolution or Ovation serger models. Here are the general directions to set up your serger model for achieving a blanket stitch.
Settings for Evolution or Ovation Sergers:
Cut a narrow strip of Sulky water soluble stabilizer and place along edge of fabric and serge the stabilizer into the flatlock stitch. Pull the stabilizer to the edge of the fabric and tear away. This action pulls the stitching into the blanket stitch.
Yes, use the narrow or wide cover stitch. With the needle side showing, it looks like 2 rows of top-stitching; with the looper thread showing on top in a nice accent to a garment.
For best results, here are some suggestions:
When using cover stitches it is best to sew at a moderate, even speed. That will give you a more consistent stitch quality because your fabric will be fed more evenly. This is especially true when using the combination stitches.