Sewing machine feet may not be at the top of your priority list in this busy day and age, but they are certainly worth a thought. The little metal piece resting where the action takes place on your sewing machine can be used to bedazzle fabric. Adding decorative stitches, buttons, designs and more rather than basic stitches.
While your sewing machine most likely came with a few standard presser feet, investing in another is a great idea. As your sewing skills and eagerness to try new stitching styles increases, interchanging the presser foot on your sewing machine will become desirable, if not necessary.
The possibilities of what you can do are endless with the right equipment. Embroidery is always popular. Or perhaps you want to try your hand at binding two pieces of beautifully delicate lace together. Rolled hems, button holes, zippers, quilting and so much more are the purpose of changing the presser foot. Whether you tailor, love to design and make, sew for therapeutic reasons (yes, it can be quite calming and mindful to sit behind the machine) or just sew for fun, the right foot on your machine will make a world of difference and open a world of options!
Whether your skillset is at a beginner level, professional or just getting yourself back into sewing, you may not know exactly what presser foot you need. And with all the different styles, makes and ages of machines out there, finding something compatible may feel impossible. But we are here to help!
Our stores are conveniently located in San Diego for in-person assistance. For those of you sewing outside the area, on-line and phone orders are available too. The website has search options for brand or by type of sewing foot. There is a tab for tech support also, so even if you have received your new presser foot and just need help with the machine, we are here for you. We have a friendly staff equipped with the knowledge and wisdom to give you the proper aid you need.
Add versatility to your sewing machine with a new presser foot. Sewing machine presser feet are designed for activities such as gathering and rolled hem, buttonholes, zippers and cording, blind hem and open toe, zig zag and more.
To save time in finding sewing feet for your specific machine, please use the search bar in the upper right corner of the page. Type in, at minimum, the brand and model number of your machine. Or you can give us a call! We have the knowledge and expertise that comes with over 40 years in business. We'll be happy to help select the proper feet for your machine.