Sewing Machine Feet Part 7: Open-Toe Embroidery Foot video
Sewing Machine Feet Part 7: Open-Toe Embroidery Foot
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Our series exploring common presser feet continues with part 7 which covers the open-toe embroidery foot.

In this Quilt & Sew Tips online video class brought to you by Annie's Creative Studio, quilting and sewing expert Heather Valentine demonstrates how to install and use the open-toe embroidery foot. This presser foot, also known as the open-toe quilting foot, is most commonly used for darning and free-motion embroidery. However, it can also be successfully used for machine quilting, saving you the cost of hiring a longarm quilting service to finish your quilts.

In this online video class, you'll learn how to:
  • Install the open-toe embroidery foot on your home sewing machine.
  • Use the foot to machine quilt with stippling and pebbles.