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Foot Note Video – Directional Stitches

I sew on a BERNINA 790 PLUS machine, and it has loads of features and functions. There’s one feature that I find fascinating even though I haven’t yet explored all that it can do. The BERNINA 790 PLUS and the 880 PLUS have a directional stitching function that lets you sew in any direction, not […] Read more…

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More Foot Note Videos

Visit the SewFeet YouTube channel and see my two latest Foot Note Videos. Foot Notes are short videos that show sewing techniques using both specialty presser feet and everyday feet. The two newest videos show techniques sewn with the gathering foot and the edgestitch foot. Timesaver Gathering Technique The gathering foot quickly and easily gathers […] Read more…

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My Favorite All-Purpose Presser Foot

It’s no secret that I love all presser feet because of what you can do with them as you sew on your machine. From the Gathering foot to the Jeans foot to the Binding attachment, I use them all at one time or another depending on what I am sewing. But as much as I […] Read more…

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My Latest Foot Note Videos

Check out my latest Foot Note videos! Foot Notes are quick little videos, usually 1 minute or less. They show fun and useful techniques using a wide variety of specialty presser feet. Take a look and subscribe to my channel so you’ll be the first to know when new ones go up! If you want […] Read more…

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French Seams with Patchwork Foot

Today’s post is a tutorial on stitching a seaming treatment that is good for sheers, fabrics that ravel easily, and light to medium weight fabrics that need a sturdy seam. The finished French seam hides all raw edges, which is an elegant way to make the inside of your garment clean and neat. Today, you […] Read more…


Creative Cords

Here’s an easy way to create custom cord to match or coordinate with any project.  Start with a piece of yarn, about 12″-15″ longer than the desired finished cord length. Add Braiding Foot #21 and start making cord! You can use multiple pieces as long as they fit into the hole on the top of the […] Read more…

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