If you're looking at this Narrow Rolled Hem Foot, chances are...
- You've been avoiding rolled hems - because you don't know how it will turn out.
- You're ok with normal hems, but narrow hems have you stumped
- You're sick & tired of unpicking botched results and need a solution NOW.
You're Not Alone. Lots of People have trouble creating fine, narrow, perfectly rolled hems.
Especially when the fabric is fine and silky - because normal sewing foot just doesn't do a good enough job.
How many times can you unpick without pulling your hair out?
But the first step is having the right tools.
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The Secret Weapon that takes the stress out of rolled hemming is a Narrow Hem Foot (the finished hem is 3mm).
This foot simply snaps on - like all the other feet that came with your machine!
Designed to fit most Janome (7mm & 5mm), it is also good for Elna, Brother, Singer, plus other brands - simply snap it on, just like all the other feet that came with your machine!
Equivalent to Janome Part numer 820-809-014
Fits 7mm Low Shank Janome:
2160DC, 3160QDC, 4120QDC, 6260QC, CS995, 19110, DC2101, DC2050, DC2150, DC2200, DC3018, DC3050, DC3100, DC4030, DC6030, DC6050, DC6100, DM7200, DC7100, DC7060, MS5027LE, MW3018LE (MyExcel 18W), 4618, 4618QC, 5018, 5024, 5027, 5124, 6019QC, 6125QC, 6260QC, 652, 653, 654, 655, 655R (150), 659, MC3000, MC3500, MC4000, MC4800, MC4800QC, MC4900QC, MC5200, MC5500, MC5900QC, MC6000, MC6500P, ME4014, ME4015, ME4018, ME4123, Memory 7 (5001), MS2028, MS2522, MX3123, SD2014, SR2000, SS2015, SW2018, plus More.
And fits 5mm Low Shank Janome:
JR1012, RE1306, Jem Gold, Jem Gold 2, Jem Platinum720 (JP720), Jem Platinum760 (JP760), Sewist 509, Sewist 521, Sewist 625E, 1008, 415, 419S, Juno SS107, MS2008, RE1706, S-307, S-313, S-323S, plus More.
Also fits Elna: Elina 40, 3230, 320, ELJ3210 (Easy Jeans), Lotus (Computerised), 520, 540, 660, 720, 740, 8600, 9600, plus More.
Best of all, it will even fit your premium models with 7mm High Shank - MC6600P, Skyline S3 (but NOT for 9mm machines like Skyline S5, S7, or S9), MC11000, MC10000, MC10001, MC11000SE, MC5000, MC5700, MC7700QCP, MC8000, MC9000, MC9500, MC9700, plus More.
Most Likely - Get One to Try it on Now.
Is this a Genuine Janome Foot?
Unlike some others in the market, this foot is made by the same people that make Janome sewing machine parts. At the same factory where Janome gets their parts made and packaged - located only a few minutes down the road from Janome's own factory.
This company is a third-generation family business that specializes in presser feet and parts. They are one of the few certified makers for Janome, Brother, Singer, Pfaff, and others. If Janome and other brands can trust them - you can trust the quality too.
I've personally visited the factory to verify for myself. I was genuinely impressed because of they're a high-quality assurance standard - specified by Janome Japan - the parent company of Janome Australia.
This means I'm 100% happy and confident that you and your sewing machine are in safe hands - because I recommend this foot to all my students, and use it for my own sewing too!
So do our happy customers - here's just one of many reviews:
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This nifty little hemmer foot - sometimes referred to as the rolled hemmer or narrow hemmer - is used to stitch the narrow rolled hems usually found on shirt tails, table linens and along the edge of frills.
The rolled hem foot is designed with a scroll-shaped feeder on top and a straight groove on the underside which determines the width of the finished hem.
Sometimes called a "Rolled Hem Foot", the uniquely shaped front ensures an even 3mm finish to your narrow hem, while making sure that your fabric is fed correctly and gets stitched down securely.
The bottom of the foot has a narrow and smooth indentation, which allows your finished hem to glide under the foot without dragging.
Sure, there are LOTS of different methods of finishing your raw edges - you can blind hem, overlocked and then fold over twice, use a contrast fabric, or even leaving it raw...
But there are many cases where you simply cannot beat a classically rolled hem - all smooth, neat, and incredibly narrow. Think silk scarf, shirttails and ruffles!
And then imagine how fiddly and tedious it would be to try and finish these by hand.....
Of course, the more you practice, the more comfortable you will become...
See this detailed description from a happy customer:
- Handle hemming like a pro - Done Quickly & Easily.
- Save Time and Get your project done - already!
- Do it Right in the first place - so you can Avoid Unpicking :-)
- A sense of achievement, because you've solved your own problem.
- No more frustration - just you and your sewing machine enjoying a stress-free time!
- Be proud and tell everyone: "I made this!"
So the Only Question is:
Should you get just ONE for yourself,
or Grab the Second one for a friend?