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    Applique Foot (395731-98)

    Applique is a wonderful way to add your unique interpretation of design to fashions. Beautiful applique results are possible because this transparent, hinged foot is ideal for sewing around small or large applique pieces.

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    Belt Loop Foot (396013-76)

    Easily duplicate the belt loops found in the garment industry using a Wide or Triple Cover Hem. This foot automatically folds under bias strip edges for belt loops, decorative accents, button loops, narrow straps, etc. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

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    Bias Binder Attachment (396001-30)

    Fold and apply bias tape with the Chainstitch - a spectacular edge finish for blankets, placemats and jackets. These are traditional applications, but why not create a lacing effect, button loops or fringe? *Must use attachment holder set.

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    Bias Binder Foot (395712-96)

    An easy way to add bias tape trim to finish an edge; a great construction method for reversible garments. Or create frog closures, button loops, ties. The spiral cone on this foot wraps the bias tape (pre-folded or not) around the fabric edge.

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    Bias Binder Foot, Adjustable (496120-20)

    Cover Hem or Chainstitch? Narrow or wide trim? Purchased or custom made bias tape? These are decisions for you, the designer, to make. Since this foot is so adaptable, why not finish seam edges with bias tape just like the couturiers? Beautiful fashions inside and out.

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    Blind Hem Foot (395805-27)

    Want an invisible hemline? No matter the fabric weight, the adjustable guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem. Adjust the guide for precision topstitching, edgestitching or pintucking.If your computer sewing machine has blind hem stitches programmed to be a constant width and only the needle position shifts, then this is the foot to use. Very accurate, the stationary guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem, resulting in an invisible hemline.

  • picture of Blind Hem Foot

    Blind Hem Foot (395710-18)

    Want an invisible hemline? No matter the fabric weight, the adjustable guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem. Adjust the guide for precision topstitching, edgestitching or pintucking.If your computer sewing machine has blind hem stitches programmed to be a constant width and only the needle position shifts, then this is the foot to use. Very accurate, the stationary guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem, resulting in an invisible hemline.

  • picture of Blind Hem Foot

    Blind Hem Foot (395771-17)

    Want an invisible hemline? No matter the fabric weight, the adjustable guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem. Adjust the guide for precision topstitching, edgestitching or pintucking.If your computer sewing machine has blind hem stitches programmed to be a constant width and only the needle position shifts, then this is the foot to use. Very accurate, the stationary guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem, resulting in an invisible hemline.

  • picture of Blind Hem Foot

    Blind Hem Foot (496130-20)

    The adjustable guide on the foot ensures that any weight of fabric is trimmed, overlocked and invisibly hemmed in one quick step. Change the stitch and it becomes a wonderful guide for decorative pintucks, lacy fagoting or flatlocking as seen in ready to wear.

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    Blind Hem Foot (395719-35)

    Want an invisible hemline? No matter the fabric weight, the adjustable guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem. Adjust the guide for precision topstitching, edgestitching or pintucking.If your computer sewing machine has blind hem stitches programmed to be a constant width and only the needle position shifts, then this is the foot to use. Very accurate, the stationary guide on the foot helps ensure that the needle catches only one or two fibers of the hem, resulting in an invisible hemline.