More presser feet than you will ever need

Awesome set of presser feet with so much all in one set for an excellent price. Plus a key to what they are all. Over these last 3 1/2 years, I've picked up quite a few sewing tools that have really helped to improve my sewing. Some of the best ones have been the various presser feet I've bought. Our machines can sew awesome things on their own, but match the right stitch with the right presser foot, or the right project with the right foot and suddenly it can be even more fun and give you even better sewing results or open up new finishes that you can't do otherwise such as pin tucks.

When I look back now, I spent quite a bit on those few feet.  I bought:

But there were still quite a few more that I had on my wish list.  Trouble is at $9.99 or $12.99 (or more) a time the price of them was really starting to add up.

Then one of the members in our sewing chat group posted a picture of a set of sewing presser feet she bought and hallelujah – all my presser foot needs and desires were answered in a single box of sewing goodness.  I ordered one right away.

Sewing machine presser foot set

Get yours here

(If you don't see the boxes with the Amazon pictures and links right here, then you may be using an Ad Blocker and that stops the Amazon links from showing up.  You'll need to turn off the Ad Blocker to see the links – sorry. The Internet sure is getting complicated these days…)


You can also get these on Amazon UK here – 32 Piece Presser Foot set (Amazon UK)

What's good and what's bad

Some of these sets on Amazon get mixed reviews so I read through quite a lot of them to find out why.  Turns out people love the feet, they are all just fine, snap onto any of the regular fit low-shank machines and are all nicely made, good quality as you would hope.  What people do complain about is the packaging, and some of the complaints are a bit silly I think and some are valid.

1 – the box looked different.  Yes indeed, these sets of feet seem to come in a couple of different boxes and you might get the one pictured or you might get a slightly different box.  Some seem to come in a moulded plastic box with cover (like mine), some in a cardboard box with a foam inner. Remember you are buying the feet, the box really isn't so important if it looks different so long as it works!

2 – the names of the feet are in Chinese.  Seems some lucky people get this set in English, some in Chinese and probably that is more common. Therefore if you are fairly new to sewing or just not familiar with all of the feet, you might not know which is which.  I have a solution for you if you get the Chinese descriptions – simply save this article to check out all of the pictures or download the PDF with the names of the feet on it and keep that with your box. Easy.

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What feet are included?

Here's a large picture of the box as it comes with all of the feet.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI've got all of the feet included in the set pictured here one row at a time, so the first picture is the first row, the second picture is the second row and so on.  That should help identify which is which and remember, Google is your friend if you need to know what each foot does and how to use it.

Sometimes these feet can be used for several purposes and also might be known by several different names – be prepared to experiment and see what you can do with them all.  There is a lot here I still have to learn about, for example, what is the difference between a rolled hem foot and a round rolled hem foot – I will actually enjoy trying them out and learning more.  There are also several called a Cording Foot and they can look quite different depending on what type of cord you want to use, so check out all of those possibilities too.  I'm already enjoying the knit foot, it's like a little mini walking foot.

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Some of these feet you might never use, but for such a great price you can get all of the feet you really do need and use for much cheaper than buying them individually.  As your sewing skills broaden the feet you need will already be there in your sewing box waiting for you.

I hope to follow up with more articles looking at the various different feet, but there are a lot so that will take some time.  In the meantime, here at the bottom is a summary of a few articles to get you going.

Pin and share this image to help out anyone who bought the set and doesn't know which is which, so they can come over and download the picture with all the names on it.  They'll thank you!

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Awesome set of presser feet with so much all in one set for an excellent price. Plus a key to what they are all.

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86 Responses to More presser feet than you will ever need

  1. Jaime says:

    so….I want to buy one of these and am sure it will work on my Janome DC2014…but…I also have a vintage Elna super c62 which is a low shank…but it has a screw on fitting–not a snap on for the presser feet. I have heard there is an adaptor available but am having trouble finding that on amazon. Any ideas?

  2. Ivy says:

    I have a Plus one singer sewing machine. Will these fit my machin?

  3. Do you know if they will work on a janome memory craft 6600 ta

  4. Dot says:

    Can someone point me to a legit seller to purchase this 32 piece presser foot set. I have been scammed twice on Amazon. I ordered this item from 2 different sellers paid the money and never received the item.

  5. Jodi says:

    Sorry if this posts twice. Can you tell me if my Husqvarna #1+ can use generic feet such as these? One vendor told me it cannot but I don’t see why not since it uses snap-on feet. Thanks.

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      Hi Jodi, perhaps one of the readers can help you, I have never used a Husqvarna so I couldn’t say. Sorry!

  6. Jodi says:

    Hi, maybe you can help me. I have a Husqvarna #1+ and one vendor told me that it doesn’t work with generic feet like these. Is that true? Why wouldn’t low shank feet work with this model?

    Thanks

  7. Sandra Carr says:

    I have tried 3 of these feet so far an none work on my brother. Do I need to adjust tensioner etc.

  8. Calli says:

    Great info and great descriptions. Thanks so much for doing this!

  9. Peggy Allen says:

    Has anyone had a problem with these feet as I am experiencing some of them my needle hit the foot and won’t go into the gap. To sew I am using a Jonome and they won’t go on my Pfaff at all.

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      Yes I can see your dilemma, you need to go straight to the Janome and Pfaff stores to buy the feet you require.

    • Betsey says:

      I had the same problem on my Elna Stella. Then I bought some feet on eBay that came with a generic low shank attachment, that change the needle alignment and the feet work with it. Hope that helps.

      • Natalie says:

        Can you share what adapter you purchased to make the feet work? I am having the same issue, and I hate to use trial and error in ordering other adapters. Thanks!

  10. Lauwra says:

    You will find video instructions on how to use the various feet here: http://support.brother.com/g/b/faqlist.aspx?c=au&lang=en&prod=hf_xt37eas&ftype3=2144
    Actual video are for a brother machine but how to use the different feet remains the samen for all machines.

  11. susanslomski says:

    I know you posted this awhile ago but I wanted to thank you so much for posting it. I have these feet and I have the printed name on a piece of paper that I keep with the box but it is much better to have actual image of what the foot looks like to match the name especially since I don’t know the names of many (when I drop or tilt the box and all the feet fall out I can’t match all of them by name). I have a Brother Innov 1250D (sew and embroidery combo) that I use these feet on.

  12. Janet says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this item it’s just what I have been looking for

  13. Yvonne says:

    Deby, I was so glad to come across this presser foot post…I bought this same box over a year ago and the picture on the back was too fuzzy to read. I dropped the box one day and that all spilled out….Thanks to you, now I can identify all of them and hopefully use them all one day.

  14. Kendra says:

    Does anyone know if this will work with a pfaff

  15. Cowgirl says:

    Can you tell me if the feet will fit husquvarna sewing machines

  16. Bertha says:

    Does anyone know if this will fit the Babylock Ellegante. The price for individual are so expensive that his is great price. I also have small Brother simple machine. I am just curious if anyone has them for a Babylock.

    • Val Clements says:

      I have a Brother Innov-is 2800d (sewing embroidery combo) and they work for me. Babylock and Brother are basically the same. Of course I now have a few duplicate feet and side by you can’t see the difference. Hope this helps. Quick go order it now. I ordered December 13/15 and received it Feb 5/16. Baban is the seller Hong Kong and box had foam insert for feet. I’m in Ontario Canada hope this was helpful.

  17. Ellen Engholm says:

    Ordered the same set of feet for my Janome, the feet for my Viking did not fit the Janome. While searching on line I found this little jewel , from online sewing; http://onlinesewing.squarespace.com/footbook/. Whenever I go to my room to sew I take my IPad with me and have this app open, it is a wonderful resource to have when you need help with using different feet for a project. Love your site, and thank you for all of wonderful articles you provide.

  18. I don’t think it does, but I’m going to ask anyway…

    Does this set include a zig-zag (All-purpose) foot? I need to replace mine (it’s missing), and just one zig-zag foot is expensive, so I considered this option, but I don’t think it will work for me. I can’t find a zig-zag foot in your descriptions. 🙁

  19. kass says:

    I just want to say a huge THANK YOU for listing the names of each presser foot. I bought the set awhile ago, and only used one of them for the first time last night, I must admitted I was actually really excited, I only used the pintuck foot with the help of youtube. (im a total beginner). So I set myself a mission today to find out what foot was what as my set also came in chinese. Then i stumbled across your site, you’ve saved me potentially a few hours surfing the net.

    Happy Sewing Kass x

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      Hi Kass, thanks for your feedback and kind words. We have an interesting article publishing later this week that you might like answering that age-old question of whether you can use sewing scissors to cut paper. Best regards, Mayra

  20. On the 32 piece presser foot set is there a difference between Leegoal and Tinksky brands that are sold at Amazon? please help

    • I don’t see any real difference in all of the sets on there. I think they are all the same, probably made by the same manufacturer but offered under different brand names or slightly different packaging. So far as I know.

  21. Aisha says:

    I love this post. But do any of the sets have a walking foot?

    • Not in any of these sets because I already had one, but there are other smaller sets that have less feet typically but do have a walking foot. Try this search result – here

      • Eva says:

        I was all set to get the same set as you did when I decided to read through the comments. Now I can’t decide if I should do one with a walking foot or this one! Any further comments on how well the knit foot works as a walking foot?

  22. MJ says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you AGAIN! You and your website are fantastic! I would never consider taking the chance to buy something like this without your recommendation. Your advice is a nice Christmas present to me. I hope you get as much joy (and compensation) from this website as your readers benefit!!

  23. Hi Sweetie
    I thank you for all and everything that you share this is wonderful one question will those feet work on the Bernina 1008?
    Thanks again for the tips

    • I’m pretty sure that Bernina is one of those ‘posh’ machine brands that only their own branded and very expensive feet will fit and you can’t go with any of the generic ones. Sorry 🙁

      • Ann says:

        You can buy an adaptor for the Bernina sewing machine that allows you to use snap on presser feet. I bought mine several years ago, and I can now use other presser feet that came with my embroidery machine.

        I just received my 32 presser feet, and am very happy with these.

  24. BARBARA ANDERSON says:

    just ordered mine Amazon U.S.A….sooo excited..thanks so much for sharing this great deal and all the info you posted and the time it took to set up the pdf and all…you are such a nice person..happy I found you..I am learning alot of things about sewing and getting back into it at 67…you are a fantastic teacher…your patterns are wonderful

  25. Emma says:

    Thank you very much for your article and the downloadable PDF with presser foot names. A wonderful find — both the presser foot set, and your value-added information. I just received my set today from Amazon, so it’s back to Home Ec class for me, sewing up little samples and learning to use these new treasures.

  26. Debi says:

    Great resource – thank you for allowing it to be printed off and or saved! Keep up the good work – you are doing a great job!

  27. Lucy Willis says:

    Hi, thanks for the article above, I had no idea that there was such a deal out there for sewing feet! How wonderful. Just one question, can I use those feet on my Elna sewing machine?

    Thanks a million.

    Lucy

    • The sets I’ve looked at does say they will fit the Elna standard low shank snap on fitting. Do your existing feet for the machine look similar to the ones in my photos? The same bar across you have to snap onto? If so, then yes these feet should fit.

  28. Angie says:

    Deby, as always you are my night in shining armor! My set is sitting in my apartment complex office waiting to be picked up by me (since the mail man was lazy and didnt want to walk the stupid box to me). i am really excited to start using the Teflon foot… since i still have at least 4 yards of vinyl left over from that accidental order a few months ago LOL as always thank you so very much for taking the time to make the videos to go along with your patterns and all of the other handy info you post here on your site!

  29. MoeWest says:

    Can anyone tell me if these would fit on a Husquavarna Viking? I have a Designer SE.

  30. Jessie says:

    I love this site and this is a terific picture to have by my box of feet which I have bought over the years and now forgotten what they are. You are so generous and helpful

  31. Mary G says:

    I bought a set and love them and the fact that they are so versatile – I use them on my Brother and Singer machines, as well as a couple of really old-style machines – A few have the screw-on to the shank ability but otherwise if you don’t already have a ‘snap-on’ shank on your machine, you can buy a universal “snap-on shank” (very inexpensive) and they work great on 7 mm machines, can’t use on my 9 mm Pfaff. ** And Deby, I echo – I look forward to getting your articles and patterns. 🙂

  32. Kel says:

    I bought these feet about a year ago. I did the same by copying the names from the website. Thanks for shareing yours. I’m having fun with them too.

  33. Terry says:

    I’ve always purchased manufacturers brand of pressure feet throughout the years but recently I bought the large set you have picture in your blog for the my new machine that I keep on my RV. They were much better than I imagined and do the job as well as the name brand.

  34. Kriss says:

    Just an FYI: For those who want to learn more, there’s an excellent book all about presser feet: The Sewing Machine Accessory Bible by Wendy Gardiner & Lorna Knight ($14 on Amazon). It’s full of information and excellent color photos about a wide range of presser feet, when and how to use them, and tips and tricks. Wendy Gardiner also has a Craftsy class: The Sewer’s Toolbox: Presser Feet & Needles, which is also very helpful.

  35. Gina B. says:

    Available on amazon.ca also, if you live in Canada.

  36. Carol says:

    I ordered a set that fits both my machines and am extremely happy with them. I didn’t get a box as shown, but no matter to me. It’s easy enough to store feet safely and the cost made them almost free. My gift to me!

  37. Karen Elizabeth says:

    Thank you for this post! I absolutely love your website and newsletter, you always present something of value for me. I have downloaded many of your free patterns and even purchased some from your Craftsy shop. You provide a valuable service to sewists everywhere.

  38. Back in February I ordered the Embroidex 32 feet set that came in a nice storage box. I love it! Such a great deal at $39.99.

  39. Marsha Law says:

    Now, I’m wishing I’d caved and bought that set.

  40. gail says:

    Great find. I am dying to know if any Pratt 20xx users have tried this.

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