A wide variety of presser feet are available for most sewing machines. Feet are designed to accommodate different stitches and sewing requirements such as binding, ruffling, piping, and zipper installation. Sewing machine manufacturers design competing models of feet, but the general purpose for each type remains the same.
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If you want finished edges similar to a serger/overlock machine, look no further than the Overcast Foot. You can even get the rolled-edge look! Also, learn how to make lettuce edges and fringe in our instructional video. We show you how to install…Continue
Started by Susan Nov 27, 2012.
In this video we show you how to use and install the one-step automatic buttonhole foot. This foot creates perfectly sized buttonholes for the exact button you are using on your project. No more guess work or uneven buttonholes! Also great for…Continue
Started by Susan Sep 25, 2012.