Universal Sewing Machine Snap On Cording Presser Foot
Sew-On Button foot with soft non-slip coating which holds the button in place during sewing.
Roller foot to sewing in rough fabric, fabric with varying thickness, leather, velvet, etc. A roll and 2 small wheels helps the presser foot to slide easily and evenly across the different materials.
Buttonhole Foot with markings on the presser foot, which helps placing the fabric.
The Hemmer Foot creates straight, professional rolled hems. The channel guide holds the rolled fabric and allows for a straighter hem.
Applique Foot, Snap-on
The snap-on Zig Zag foot is designed to sew a wide range of stitches.
Tunnel and slide rails under the presser foot makes it glides smoothly over the seams. Most of the presser foot is transparent, which makes it easier to see if the stitching is exactly as desired.
Make perfect ,precise, uniform seams every time with the adjustable guide. The fabric glides on the white guide and gives you that perfect distance from the needle. The adjustable guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem.
This foot delivers a consistent and accurate overcasting stitch for a serged effect using your sewing machine. Thread is locked around the edge of fabric, aligned with the edge, to prevent fabric from raveling.
This is a great foot when your facing an uneven sewing surface, such a bulky seams or multiple layers.
The teflon Zig Zag foot is designed to sew a wide range of stitches. The Teflon foot’s suitable for e.g. leather, suede, rubber or other material were metal cannot slide.
This is the best sewing foot for inserting zippers, snap tape, and more.
A blind hem foot is the fast, easy and professional way to make blind hems in knits, soft fabrics and drapery weight fabrics. You can hem and finish the raw edge of the fabric in one operation and take advantage of the speed of your overlock machine to hem knit garments. The adjustable guide of this foot keeps the folded fabric in line while the hem is...
Easily stitch elastic to a fabric edge using an elastic foot. Adjust the pressure on the elastic as you stitch to create the desired amount of ruffles. The foot also slightly stretches the elastic as you stitch, preventing pulling and tugging on the needles.