In part 1 & 2 of the series we covered the following:
Braiding Foot, Fringe Foot, 5 Hole Cording Foot, 7 Hole Cording Foot, Edge Joining Foot, 1/4 Inch Quilting Foot, Straight Stitch Foot, and Open Toe Embroidery Foot, Round Bead Foot, Zig Zag Foot, Cording Foot, 1/4 Quilting Foot with Edge, 9 Groove Pintuck Foot, Overcast Foot, Stitch Guide Foot, and 5 Groove Pintuck Foot
1. Satin Stitch Foot:
For perfect, pucker-free satin stitches, you need a Satin Stitch Foot! This foot is designed to evenly feed fabric and distribute stitches so your project comes out flawless!
How to use: The foot has a center marking in the front that can be placed on the guideline to help keep the foot aligned. Make sure the needle you use is correct for the thread and fabric you are using.
2. All-Purpose/Zigzag Foot
This foot has a guide marks for left, center, and right needle position, extra wide sole and zigzag opening, 1/4" opening in front portion of the foot to guide small trim, elastic or heavy decorative threads.
How to use: This is the same as the general one that comes with the sewing machine!
3. Double Welting Foot:
The Double Welt Cord Foot is used to make trim, to cover raw edges in place of braid or trim on your upholstery and home decor projects, or as decorative touch on pillows, cushions, and other home accessories.
How to use: Select needle straight stitch and place the cords side by side on the wrong side of the bias strip and wrap the fabric around the cords. Place the fabric and the cords under the Double Welting Cord Foot with raw edges of the fabric to the right and simply stitch away.
4. Invisible Zipper Foot
This foot makes inserting invisible zippers very easy. The grooves on the bottom of the foot hold the zipper coils in place to avoid any slipping while sewing. This provides an invisible closure on skirts, dresses, and all garments and can be used on other projects as well.
How to use: Once the zipper is placed in the groove of the foot, the machine needle glides right up to the edge of the zipper coils making a straight stitch.
5. Roller Foot
Roller Foot is effective for preventing fabric (stretchy materials like jerseys and knitted fabrics or hard-to-feed materials lie leather or vinyl) from slipping or puckering.
How to use: The presser foot rotates to feed the upper layer together with the lower layer without slippage, so the upper layer and lower layer are fed simultaneously.
6. Blind Stitch Foot:
A great foot for both embellishing and utility use. Adjustable for creating blind hems on a variety of fabrics. While designed for blind stitching, the foot works well for edge stitching, lace and fabric edge joining.
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7. Applique Foot:
Applique Sewing Foot is a very convenient foot when doing applique, embroidery, cutwork, and monogramming
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8. Open Toe Foot:
Use this foot to ensure the accuracy of stitching when doing applique. With the open toes, it is easier to see your stitches.
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Comment down below if you have any questions or suggestions!
Keep a look out for part three which will be up sometime next week!
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