Adjustable Binder Foot

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Learn how to create perfect binding every time while making this custom makeup brush case during my free video class with Sew at Home. The Sewing Loft

Adjustable Binder Foot

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  1. A specialty presser foot allows the stitcher to fold and attach binding to the edge of a project in one pass.

This foot is perfect to add little details on your projects and can accommodate thicker fabrics.

The adjustable binding foot handles double fold bias strips and can be adjusted to create up to 3/4″ wide binding.

Check out the adjustable binder foot in action:

Adjustable Binder Foot Stats-

  • What: A specialty presser foot that will attach binding directly to a project in one pass on the machine. No pre-ironing required.
  • Where to use: Along the edge of a quilt, wall hanging, band of a garment, pocket hems and more.
  • Where to buy:  This specialty presser foot can be purchased at your local quilt shop or here on line. Be sure to check your machine manual for any special shank requirements.

Click the pictures below to learn how to use the adjustable binder foot in your sewing. 

Learn how to create perfect binding every time while making this custom makeup brush case during my free video class with Sew at Home. Binding 101. Learn how this trim can clean finish your project, how to make and calculate yardage needed to create binding for your next project. The Sewing Loft

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Comments

  1. Connnie Ehrhard says:

    Can this be used for machine binding quilts?

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