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Easy Hemming Sewing Foot

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Tired of pinning down hems and moving the pins along as you go? Are you fed up with folding and ironing the hems first before sewing so you can get that clean professional look?

Our Easy Hemming Sewing Foot will make sewing a million times easier! This revolutionary tool will make your sewing experience stress-free and hassle-free. With its added unique spiral design, it firmly holds hems while you sew.

  • Made of durable hard metal material for a long time use
  • Widely used in clothes and other projects with lightweight fabric
  • Fits most sewing machines such as Brother, Singer, New Home, Janome, Toyota and all other domestic sewing machines with a low shank system
  • Easy to install and easy to use
  • Adds delicate and beautiful rolled hems to your projects

THIS ITEM IS NOT SOLD IN STORES, SO GET IT WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

UPDATE: Due to the huge increase in social media attention, we're running extremely low on these, so hurry and order before it's all gone. 

Whether you’re a novice or an expert with sewing machines, the Easy Hemming Sewing Foot is definitely a must-have for any sewing kit. Say goodbye pins and sewing chalks from now on!

    HOW TO USE

    1. Select the desired wide rolled hem attachment size and attach to the Sewing Foot.
    2. Trim about 1.0 cm (3/8”) from the corner of the cloth to make it easy to insert through the cloth entrance. (See Figure 1)
    3. Fold fabric edge approximately 0.60 cm (1/4”) and iron. (See Figure 2)
    4. Fold fabric again and insert into the cloth entrance. (See Figure 3)
    5. Loosen the adjustment screw an adjust position of the sliding so the machine seams hem with a 0.30 cm allowance from the first fold.
    6. Lower the needle into the fabric at the point where sewing is to begin. Then lower the Sewing Foot.
    7. If necessary, pin the folded cloth approximately every 9 cm (3”) and remove pins while sewing.
    8. Slowly begin to sew while feeling cloth smoothly. (See Figure 4)
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