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How to Install & Use the Featherweight Accurate Seam Guide

Buy Seam Guide, Accurate Featherweight This seam guide is designed so that you can easily and accurately piece your quilt blocks.  Whether you prefer a scant or a true quarter inch (1/4") seam (or even beyond), your seams will have consistent seam allowances throughout your quilt or sewing project.  Some...


Seam Guide, Featherweight Accurate

$ 11.95

The "Featherweight Accurate Seam Guide" - available in black or clear acrylic.  Select your color choice from the drop-down menu above, then click "Add to Cart".  Fits the Singer Featherweight 221, 222, as well as most all other vintage Singer models (i.e. 15, 66, 99, 127, 128, 185, 201, 301,...


Seam Cloth Guide, Vintage Singer

From $ 29.95

This is a genuine vintage Singer Attachment - the Cloth Guide or sometimes referred to as either the Seam or Hem Guide.  The cloth guide attachment is a help in straight stitching.  The guide is fastened to the machine by means of the thumb screw (included) into the bed of...


Seam Finishes - Bound Seams

Press the bias raw edge towards the seam allowance raw edge, leaving a little gap between them. Bias Binding is a strip of material cut on the bias for extra stretch and often doubled. It is used for binding hems, interfacings or for edge decoration and is very useful for...


How to Sew Flat Felled Seams

This tutorial was featured on the Oliver + S blog. A flat-felled seam is accomplished by sewing two lines of stitching at the seam while simultaneously enclosing the raw edges of the fabric. This seam finish not only prevents unraveling or fraying, but makes the seam very strong. It also...


Attachments & Accessories

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Stitch-in-the-Ditch Foot

$ 18.95

Stitching in the ditch is great for beginning quilters. Ordinarily, when you stitch in the ditch you must keep the stitch as close to the middle of your seam as possible and your eye on the needle at all times. You do not want your stitches to wander in and...


How to Use the Singer Walking Presser Foot

This Walking Foot is in a class all by itself. But then, should it be any surprise coming from the SINGER of yesterday? All metal, sturdy, high quality and with no plastic parts – it was built to last!  Those factors alone help play a major role in the collector’s...


Want Smooth Corners?

<!doctype html>   Pockets can be tricky sometimes. You can take the time to cut perfectly but when trying to fold the excess seam allowance for rounded or curved corners, an angular edge can sometimes result no matter how detailed or careful you press. A long time ago I learned...


Patchwork 1/4" Piecing Quilting Foot

$ 18.95

"True" Quarter-Inch Piecing foot - great for stitching over pins, along strips, gingham or plaid, or even stitching diagonal lines on small quilting projects. The measurement this foot provides is closer to a true 1/4". The difference between the Patchwork 1/4 inch foot versus the one with the little black...