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Presser foot

Presser foot – Forked metal or plastic device to hold your fabric in place for stitching and goes against your feed dogs. #presserfoot

Presser foot

Presser foot - Forked metal or plastic device to hold your fabric in place for stitching and goes against your feed dogs. #presserfoot

There are all kinds of feet you can use for sewing. Each one does something different.


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  • Sewing and New Years: A Perfect Combination for Creativity and Resolutions
    Sewing and New Years: A Perfect Combination for Creativity and Resolutions – As the year comes to an end and we prepare to welcome a fresh start, there’s no better time than New Year’s to unleash our creative abilities. One activity that combines both creativity and self-improvement is sewing. Whether you’re an experienced seamstress or a novice with a needle and thread, sewing can be a wonderful way to channel your energy and set intentions for the year ahead. In this blog post, we’ll explore how sewing and New Year’s resolutions go hand in hand.
  • Sewing for Kwanzaa: Celebrating African Heritage with Handmade Crafts
    Sewing for Kwanzaa: Celebrating African Heritage with Handmade Crafts – Kwanzaa is a vibrant and meaningful celebration of African culture and heritage. It is a time for reflection, community, and creativity. One way to honor this special occasion is by incorporating sewing into your Kwanzaa traditions. Whether it’s making traditional African garments, crafting colorful accessories, or creating beautiful decorations for your home, sewing can add an extra touch of love and craftsmanship to your Kwanzaa celebrations. In this blog post, we will explore various sewing projects related to Kwanzaa and how they can be a meaningful part of your festivities.
  • Sewing for Hanukkah: Celebrating the Festival of Lights with Creativity
    Sewing for Hanukkah: Celebrating the Festival of Lights with Creativity – Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, is a joyous celebration that holds great significance in Jewish culture. During this eight-day holiday, families come together to commemorate the miracle of the oil and the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. As part of the festivities, individuals often engage in various crafts and activities that bring the spirit of Hanukkah to life. One such activity that combines creativity and tradition is sewing.
  • 10 Snowy Day sewing projects
    10 Snowy Day sewing projects – Have a snow day? No work? No school? Stuck inside? Love sewing? Here are some ideas to sew on a Snow Day.
  • The best Christmas gifts are handmade
    The best Christmas gifts are handmade – ‘Tis the season of giving, and what better way to spread holiday cheer than with a touch of something handmade? There’s something truly special about crafting a gift with your own hands. This Christmas, consider stepping away from the crowded malls and dive into the world of sewing for the ultimate personalized touch.

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