Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Many of us have antique sewing machines that we display and love for their historical value.  Those machines often come with some real mystery feet.  What do they do?  How were they used in the day to day use of the machine.  Even though I have sewn for 50 + years, I've often wondered what some of those old feet were used for.  Would others like to see their use, too?
Do you have a box like this?  What are those strange things?  Find out here by watching videos on the use of various feet. Although the videos show modern machines, the feet used work about the same on antique machines.

How to Use a Blind Hem Foot

How To Use an Embroidery Foot

How to use a Binder Foot
In this video we show you how to use and install the Binder foot. Learn how to sew along curves and corners and tips for use on knits and…

Invisible Zipper Foot Tutorial

Presser Feet Tutorials
Learn how to use select presser feet including the All-Purpose Foot, Zipper Foot, Blind Hem Foot, Button Sewing Foot, Darning & Embro…

How To Use A Welting Foot

How to Use a Rolled Hem Foot

How to Use A Narrow Hemming Foot

How To Use a Cording Foot
How to properly sew a cord on, using a cording foot.

How to use a Low Shank Gathering Foot
Using a ruffler foot to add gathers or pleats to a garment. Complicated looking foot...very easy to use. Make hundreds of pleats or gathe…

How To Use A Walking Foot
In this video we show you how to use a walking foot, how to ..

How To Use A Gathering Foot
In this video we show you how to use a gathering foot, how to install it and how to use it specifically on certain types of fabrics. The…

PDF Instructions for Singer feet

Hmm..,some of these might be useful on my next dress...  Frontierlady

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