Accessories

Zipper Foot

The zipper foot move from left to right so the needle can stitch very close to the zipper.

Zig zag Presser Foot

This foot is used mainly for straight stitching and zigzag stitching.

Walking Foot

The walking foot equalizes the feeding pg the upper and lower layer of fabric and improves the matching of plaids, stripes, and patterns. This foot helps prevent uneven feeding of very difficult fabrics.

Satin Stitch Foot

This foot is used mainly for straight stitching and zigzag stitching.

Satin Foot

This foot is used mainly for straight stitching and zigzag stitching.

Roller Foot

The Roller Foot is used to sew thicker fabrics, heavy knits and textured fabrics. It can also be used for sewing leather or vinyl. The Roller Foot has a longer roller in the front and a set of smaller rollers in the back, for even fabric feeding.

Rolled Hemmer Foot

The Rolled Hem Foot, also known as a Narrow Hem Foot, is used to sew a narrow rolled hem, providing a professional edge finish of 1/8 inch. The small rolled hem adds a perfect decorative finish to lightweight or sheer fabrics like those on scarves and blouses.

Rolled Hem Sole Foot

The Rolled Hem Foot, also known as a Narrow Hem Foot, is used to sew a narrow rolled hem, providing a professional edge finish of 1/8 inch. The small rolled hem adds a perfect decorative finish to lightweight or sheer fabrics like those on scarves and blouses.

Quilting Foot

Another type of zipper application hides the zipper completely. A special zipper foot with two grooves on the bottom was designed to hold the coils of the invisible zipper in place while sewing.

Overcasting Foot

This overcastting foot is used for thick, stretch or very fine materials. It can be used to finish off a raw edge and prevents edges of fabric from fraying.