Satin Stitch Foot
Satin Stitch Foot
Satin Stitch Foot

Satin Stitch Foot

Regular price $40.00 Sale price $19.90
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5 Star Review: ★★★★★ "Great product I was satisfied with the quality, super, I recommend the product arrived ok packed in bubble wrap in optimal conditions, the foot is beautiful. fine went to the new home, as a native. great seller honestly, sends quality products. I recommend. "- Judy McDonald 

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5 Star Review: ★★★★★ "Thank you very much I received my order. the quality feet for sewing machines is excellent. receipt waited long. very happy! good luck to you all!"- Sue Stowe

The Satin Stitch Foot, is also sometimes called an “applique” or “special purpose” foot, is used for sewing decorative stitching or surface embellishments on many types of projects. The Satin Stitch Foot has a tunnel or groove on the underside which allows the foot to glide freely over decorative or heavy stitching.

Fits Most Low Shank Machines: Singer, Brother, Babylock, Viking (Husky Series), Euro-Pro, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, Bernina (Bernette Series), New Home, Necchi, Elna and More!

There are many uses for the Satin Stitch Foot.
The most common use is for sewing any decorative or satin type stitch. 


Applique – Another common use for the Satin Stitch Foot is applique. Applique is a decorative cut out shape of fabric that is applied to a foundation or base fabric. The edges of the applique are usually satin stitched to enclose the raw edges.

Attach Ribbons or Narrow Trims – The Satin Foot is useful when attaching narrow ribbons and trims to fabric surfaces. The groove under the foot provides a channel so that the ribbons can pass freely under the foot. The groove also acts like a guide to help the ribbons stay in place as you sew.

Attach Elastic – The satin stitch foot is also helpful when attaching narrow elastic to the fabric. Once again the groove under the foot provides a nice guide to hold the elastic in place while sewing.
Mark the stitching line with a fabric marker and select a zig zag or triple zig zag stitch. Set the width so that it is wide enough to cover the width of the elastic.


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