The Seam Guide Foot with IDT guides your stitching perfectly when joining fabrics. The presser foot is designed to help you keep the seam allowance at the same distance from the edge throughout the project. Part # 820772-096
The Adjustable guide foot with IDT guides your topstitching and decorative stitching perfectly. The presser foot has a "ruler" with an adjusable guide designed so you can place the guide anywhere you want. Part # 820770-096
The Welting Foot is used to make trim for your home dec projects like pillows, cushions and other accessories. Part #820530-096
The Twin Welting Foot is used to make trim for your home dec projects like pillows, cushions and other home accessories. Part #820531-096
The Bi-level Topstitch Foot with IDTTM guides your topstitching and edge stitching perfectly. The underside of the presser foot is designed to glide along the folded edge, and it will give you beautiful topstitching on your project. Use the Bi-level Topstitch Foot for hemming bulky projects such as waist bands, curtains etc. It will allow you to have the fabric outside the free arm for easier sewing.
1. Snap on the Bi-level Topstitch Foot with IDTTM. 2. Engage the IDTTM. 3. Select a straight stitch. 4. Use the inner left side of the presser foot to guide the fabric. 5. Adjust the needle position to left to get the topstitching distance you like.
Part #820676-096 with IDTTM
Felling Foot Flat-felled seams are extremely durable and popular like the typical jeans seams. They are especially decorative when sewn with contrasting thread! The Felling Foot is available in two different widths, 4.5 mm and 6.5 mm, to sew either lightweight blouse and shirt fabrics or heavier denim and sportswear fabrics.
1. Snap on the Felling Foot. 2. Place the wrong sides of the fabrics together. 3. Overlap the raw edge of the lower fabric by about 10 - 15 mm (3/8 inch to 5/8 inch). (ill. A, B, C) 4. Place this overlapping edge over the tongue of the Felling Foot. The fabric must be placed completely under the presser foot. 5. Sew along the folded edge with a straight stitch. (ill. D) 6. Separate the fabric and feed the extending hem into the Felling Foot. 7. The hem is turned by the foot and is stitched along the edge. Pull the two fabric layers taut during sewing.
Part #820788-096 4.5 mm Part #820789-096 6.5 mm
Decorative Trim Foot Embellish your project with different types of trims by using the Decorative trim Foot. This foot will easily guide the trims through the opening at the front and through the groove under the presser foot.
1. Thread your machine with a regular sewing thread or decorative thread on top and regular sewing thread in the bobbin. 2. Select a straight stitch, zigzag stitch or decorative stitch. Avoid using stitches with side motion and stitches with too much motion forward and back. Tip: For the 6mm wide trims, you can also use a 6mm twin needle. Select a straight stitch and it will sew at the edges of the trim. 3. Place the trim in the presser foot as the picture shows. 4. Snap on the Decorative Trim Foot. 5. Engage IDTTM. 6. Sew carefully, not too fast. If your machine has the sew slow function, engage it. (You might need stabilizer underneath the fabric) 7. The best result is achieved if you use flat trims, such as silk, velvet, satin or cotton ribbons.
Chenille Foot Embellish your project with chenille effects by using the Chenille Foot. This foot will easily guide and stitch layers of chenille strips wherever you want a chenille effect.
1. Thread your machine with regular sewing thread on top and in the bobbin. 2. Select a straight stitch or a zigzag stitch. Use a short stitch length and a narrow stitch width. Another suggestion is three-step zigzag, stitch width set to 1.5. 3. Place the strips in the presser foot as the pictures show. Use three layers of the chenille strips to create a beautiful effect! 4. Snap on the Chenille Foot. 5. Engage IDTTM. 6. Sew carefully. The Chenille Foot will guide the chenille strips onto the fabric where you want to have the chenille effect with the stitch forming in the middle of the strips. (You might need stabilizer underneath the fabric.) 7. Add more rows of chenille strips in the same way, to complete your project. 8. Rub the strips with a stiff brush to fray.
Gathering Foot Gathering is a classic decorative technique. It‘s easy with this ‚ special foot, which is especially useful for sewing flounces on cushions and curtains or for attaching gathered seams on children‘s clothing. You can simultaneously stitch and gather two layers of fabric quickly and easily.
1. Set the machine for straight stitch with the needle in far left position. 2. Place fabric to be gathered under the presser foot with cut edge extending slightly to the right of the presser foot. Insert non-gathering fabric fully into slot of foot. Fabrics should be right sides together. 3. Guide fabric, allowing machine to pull bottom fabric freely for uniform gathering.
TIP: Altering stitch length will alter fullness of gathers. A single layer of fabric may also be gathered by placing under foot and adjusting stitch length and tension to desired fullness.
Metal Foot Part #820668-096 Clear Foot Part #820667-096
The Blindhem Foot is perfect for sewing invisible hems. Use it to sew the elastic blindhem for an optional finish and you won‘t need additional finishing on the hem edge. Sewing by hand is no longer necessary.
1. Snap on the Blindhem Foot. 2. Fold the edge in by the hem width. 3. Unfold the hem again so that hem edge protrudes by about 1 cm. 4. Position fabric so red edge guide runs along edge of folded hem. 5. Use the needle position and the width dial to regulate the penetration of the needle in the crease.
TIP: If the stitch punctures are visible on the right side of the project, adjust red guide slightly using screw on right side of foot.
Part #820256-096 D E F G J with IDT™ Part #820264-096 B C
The Candlewicking foot has a deep tunnel on the underside of the foot to feed over a built up stitch.
1. Snap on the Candlewicking foot with IDTTM. 2. Engage the IDTTM. 3. Select the stitch that you want to sew (either a programmed stitch, a built in stitch or a downloaded stitch.) 4. Sew
Open Toe Appliqué Foot Perfect for appliqué and other sewing applications requiring an unobstructed view of the sewing area. Produce beautiful appliqué quickly and easily with this foot. Use with a pin-stitch or shell-edging program to achieve an appliqué with the look of handsewn overcasting.
1. Cut the pieces to shape without any seam allowance or press under seam allowance of easily materials that fray easily using a template. 2. Iron paper-backed fusible web onto the design. Tear the paper backing away and iron the appliqué fabric onto the base material. 3. Attach the Open-Toe Appliqué Foot with IDTTM (if available on your machine). 4. Select a stitch and guide the design edge along the inner edge on the right side of the foot to assure even seams along the edge. (Use pattern mirror if needed.) This also hides the straight stitch in the shadow of the seam for a hand-sewn look.
Part #820215-096 D E 6 mm, with IDTTM Part #820213-096 F G J 9 mm, with IDTTM
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