Sewing machine feet


Sewing machine feet come in for every purpose! Sewing machine feet allow for a multitude of different stitching techniques.

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Huskystar Roll Hem Foot
Huskystar Zipper Foot
Huskystar Gathering Foot
Huskystar Overlock Foot
Huskystar Blind Hem Foot
Huskystar Blind Zipper Foot
Huskystar Standard Foot
Janome 9mm 1/4 inch seam foot O
Janome 9mm 1/4 seam foot transparent
Janome Zipper Foot Narrow, Cat.G
Janome 9mm Applique Foot Open F2
Brother foot holder, low
Brother Finger Protection
Singer original 1/4 Inch quilting foot with guide
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Singer original presser foot holder
Pfaff 610/640 one-step buttonhole foot 5
Janome 7mm overlock foot M
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Janome Bias binding foot, Cat.G

Want to buy Sewing machine feet?

Get more out of your machine with several original presser feet, not only for the effect, but also because it is often easier. For example, inserting a blind zipper is super fast and easy with a blind zipper foot specially designed for this purpose. We have different presser feet in stock for different well-known brands. For every purpose and every brand there is a foot that is specially made for that brand. A special presser foot is often useful not only for useful stitches but also to embellish your sewing in an easy way.

Sewing machine foot brands

Unlike some sewing machine accessories, presser feet are often not interchangeable between different brands. All you need to pay attention to, of course, is which brand and model of sewing machine you have.

Original sewing machine feet for the right model

A sewing machine foot is indeed the most sold sewing machine accessory. Therefore, we always advise our customers to buy sewing machine feet specially designed by the manufacturer for their sewing machine. These presser feet will cause fewer problems and provide the best possible stitch quality and results. Almost all manufacturers have different sewing machine foot categories and for that specific feet are designed for various categories. Always refer to the information on our website with the product to make sure you are ordering the right sewing machine foot for your sewing machine.

Top 10 most sold sewing machine feet

Are you looking for a sewing machine foot, but don't know which one you find useful or should buy? Many have gone before you. Here you will find our 10 most sold sewing machine feet.

1. Blind zipper foot

A blind zipper foot makes sewing an invisible zipper much easier than using a standard zipper foot. The blind zipper foot has small grooves at the bottom that unroll the zipper for you, allowing you to sew right next to the zipper.

2. Interchangeable feed foot

The Dual Feed Foot is especially useful when working with multiple layers or stretchy fabric. When using a standard sewing machine foot, the feed dog can slide the bottom layer of fabric away with the top layer of fabric, causing the fabric to shift. The Dual Feed Foot guides the fabric through at the same speed so the fabric does not shift.

3. Teflon foot

A Teflon foot is ideal for fabrics such as vinyl, leather, plastic, foil and suede, which are very difficult to work with with a standard presser foot. You will find that this material constantly sticks to the foot, creating messy and irregular stitches. A Teflon foot solves all these woes and helps the fabrics glide well under the foot.

4. Gathering foot

You can create the most beautiful gathering yourself with a gathering foot. Simply place your fabric under the foot, adjust the stitch length to create the ripples of fabric you need. This does work best with thinner and non-stretch fabrics.

5. Free motion foot

Free motion feet can be used for free motion quilting or embroidery and are sometimes called a darning or quilting foot. These feet are a lot of fun and let you be very creative in your sewing. You can sew in all directions with these feet and draw with the thread on your fabrics.

6. 1/4 inch foot

The ¼ inch foot is designed to help you make a seam of exactly 1/4" (6 mm) or a tight seam of 5.9 mm in patchwork. The opening for the needle in the foot is oval so you can adjust the needle position and place stitches exactly where you want them on your blocks, garments or home decor projects.

7. Appliqué foot

An appliqué foot is often shorter than most presser feet, making it easier to maneuver around curves and corners. The front of the appliqué foot puts a little more pressure on the fabric to maintain the required pressure, but the back of the foot is raised for easy feeding of stitches and fabric.

8. Bias tape foot

A bias tape foot is designed to help you quickly and easily attach bias tape to your garment or project. The bias tape foot has a guide on the front of the foot to feed the bias tape through. It may be convenient to cut the end of the bias tape diagonally and use a pin or tweezers to pull it through.

9. Roller foot

A roller foot has rollers on the underside of the foot to allow fabrics with uneven levels such as leather, velvet and, for example, tablecloth to slide easily under the foot. You can usually use straight stitches, zig-zag stitches, standard forward motion stitches and decorative stitches with this foot.

10. Overlock foot

These feet are designed to finish the raw edge of fabric with your sewing machine in the same way as an overlock machine. There is a bar in the center of the foot that wraps thread around the edge of the fabric for a neat finish and to prevent fraying.