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Sewing Machine Feet from A to Z

with Steffani Lincecum
Sewing Machine Feet from A to Z
Don't get flustered when facing the feet that come with your sewing machine. Steffani Lincecum explains what they are and how they work in this free mini-class.

Designer, patternmaker and sewing instructor Steffani Lincecum teaches you how to identify and use 11 of the most common sewing feet. Start with zipper and buttonhole feet, then learn how to use blind-hem and rolled-hem feet to finish your work like a pro. Finish with a tour of popular optional feet that help you achieve perfect topstitching, gathers, couching, free-motion stitching and more. Whether you're new to sewing or a longtime sewist, you're sure to learn some tips to improve the speed and accuracy of your sewing projects by starting off with the right foot in this free mini-class. 

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0:51

Lesson 1. Welcome to Your Free Mini-Class!

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2:50

Lesson 2. Introduction

9:21

Lesson 3. Feet for Closures

7:15

Lesson 4. Feet for Hems

5:47

Lesson 5. Specialty Feet

11:45

Lesson 6. Feet for Fancy Stitching

"I've sewn for decades off and on and am currently getting back into it. This is a great course either for the beginner wondering what all those weird looking feet are or as a refresher for somebody who hasn't been using a lot of the feet that are with their machine. This was a great class with clear instruction and great video. I really appreciated the close-up of the foot she's working with since some of them have very unusual shapes. Great job, Steffani, you've inspired me to play with my feet. ;-) "
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