First of all, can anyone help me to identify what this sewing machine foot might be called?
Some fillers from the final block...
- There's a nice free pattern HERE for a duffel bag.
- If you go HERE you will find a tutorial to make a fun pencil case (great to go along with a gift of coloured pencils perhaps?).
- Canada is celebrating their 150th birthday this year, and I just came across these two beautiful maple leaf patterns. One is CROCHET and there's also a KNIT version. Neither is free, but might be worth the investment.
Today your quote if from Confucious..."He who learns but does not think is lost. He thinks but does not learn is in great danger"
Sweet new banner you have. I have no idea what foot that is for a sewing machine. Lovely seams and fillers. Happy Stitching Dear.ReplyDelete
Hello Mary Anne, is it a Blind Hem Foot?ReplyDelete
Love that quilt.... (shadow block)
Best wishes - Val (UK)
It looks like some sort of open-toed foot with a built-in seam guide. Is it for a Brother machine? Let me do some checking....ReplyDelete
It's a blind hem foot!ReplyDelete
I have a foot that looks similar. It is a blind hem/overlock foot. I can't say I've ever used it. Beautiful stitching as always!!!ReplyDelete
do you have a Janome machine? If so, it is an edge guide foot. You can see tons of them up close on Amazon.com or the Janome website.ReplyDelete
I'm running behind on reading my blog list. Yup, that's a blind hem foot. Haven't used it in a long long...many years...time. I have a lot of feet. I bought a selection when I got my Brother machine. I wanted one certain one and found 30 for a few dollars more than just one. I suppose I'll never use them all, lol.ReplyDelete
Sorry, I don't recognise the foot. Lovely filler stitches Mary Anne! Have a nice weekend! Christine xReplyDelete