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Types of Presser Feet

Types of Presser Feet – there are many types of presser feet you can use on your sewing machine. #presserfeet #presserfoot

Types of Presser Feet

Types of Presser Feet - there are many types of presser feet you can use on your sewing machine. #presserfeet #presserfoot

Plural Presser Feet, singular Presser Foot.

  1. 1/8 Round Hemmer Foot
  2. 1/4 Inch Quilting Foot
  3. 1/4 Inch Quilting Foot with Edge
  4. 3 mm Roll of Lace Presser Foot
  5. 5 Groove Pintuck Foot
  6. 5 Holes Cording Foot
  7. 6 mm Roll of Lace Presser Foot
  8. 7 Holes Cording Foot
  9. 9 Groove Pintuck Foot
  10. Adjustable Bias Tape Binder Foot
  11. All Purpose Foot
  12. Applique Foot
  13. Bias Tape Binder Foot
  14. Blind Stitch Foot
  1. Briding Foot
  2. Button Hole Foot
  3. Button Sewing Foot
  4. Cording Foot
  5. Darning Foot
  6. Darning Foot Low Shank
  7. Double Welting Foot
  8. Edge Joining Foot
  9. Flower Stitch Foot
  10. Free Motion Foot
  11. Free Motion Quilting Foot
  12. Fringe Foot
  13. Hemmer Foot
  14. Invisible Zipper Foot
  15. Knit Foot
  16. Large Opening Presser Foot
  17. Open Toe Embroidery Foot
  18. Open Toe Foot
  19. Overcast Foot
  20. Overlock Foot
  21. Plastic Invisble Zipper Foot
  22. Presser Foot
  23. Roller Foot
  24. Round Bead Foot
  25. Quilting Foot
  26. Satin Stich Foot
  27. Sewing Beads Presser Foot
  28. Shirring Foot
  29. Straight Stitch Foot
  30. Stitch Guide Foot
  31. Universal Presser Foot
  32. Zig Zag Foot
  33. Zipper Foot
  34. Zipper Foot Low Shank

You can even buy kits that have multiple presser feet in a kit.

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