Walking Foot (My Favourite Foot!)

Walking Foot (My Favourite Foot!)

A walking foot, also know as an even feed foot,  is a weird crab looking sewing machine foot that comes in handy when sewing with fabrics that are prone to slipping, shifting or puckering while sewing. This would include fleece, minky, vinyl, leather, laminated...
Standard ‘A’ Foot

Standard ‘A’ Foot

When I bought my first sewing machine I had no idea what the different sewing feet were for. I do remember sewing with just one foot on the sewing machine and hardly ever changing it. Sometimes I would change between the standard foot and the satin stitch foot, but...
Satin Stitch Foot

Satin Stitch Foot

Today I have a video showing you a sewing machine foot that is great to use when doing chunky decorative stitches, like s satin stitch, on your sewing machine. It’s mostly know as the satin stitch foot and this is the second video in my series on sewing machine...
Overcast Foot

Overcast Foot

The overcast foot has to be included as one of my most favourite sewing machine feet, especially now that I’ve worked out what it’s for. This foot is so handy (hehe) because it allows you to finish off seams or raw edges just like a serger/overlocker...
How to Use an Overcast Foot

How to Use an Overcast Foot

I’ve had the overcast foot (Janome ‘M’ foot) ever since I bought my new machine, which was about 5 years ago. It has only been in the last year that I have actually worked out what this foot does and how useful it is. In my previous video I...
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