At last – thank goodness. Someone to tell me what all those presser feet do and give a really detailed instruction on how, why and when to use them.
I was lucky to buy a machine that came with a lot of accessories, but I confess, as a new sewer, not only did I not recognise what these feet were called or what they did, I had no idea when or how to use them. But at last I feel I am about to go from complete novice sewer to perhaps beginner level with my sewing now that I have these strange and mysterious things explained.
And it’s down to Craftsy again – have I told you how much I LOVE Craftsy – I think I might have mentioned it once or twice 😉
“You’ll learn how to identify and use 11 of the most common sewing feet. Start with zipper and buttonhole feet, then learn how to use blind-hem and rolled-hem feet to finish your work like a pro. Step to the next level with a tour of popular optional feet to help you achieve perfect topstitching, gathers, couching, free-motion stitching and more.
Start off on the right foot and sign up for this FREE mini-class today!
What You’ll Learn
- Regular and invisible zipper feet
- Buttonhole foot
- Blind hem and rolled-hem feet
- Decorative stitching feet for machine embroidery and couching
- Gathering foot
- How to make perfect stitch lines with helpful guide feet”
How they offer all this great content for FREE I just don’t know – but it feels like Christmas all over again.
You can sign up to learn for free at Sewing Machine Feet A-Z
(While you are there – they also have a free course on making your own pizza too.)
Authored by: Deby at So Sew Easy