It can be difficult when it comes to describing in writing how to go about installing sewing machine feet. So The I thought the best way for me to do it was to make this short video guide just below.
I find that watching someone do what you want to do yourself is always the best way of learning something new. I'm always checking out videos on youtube when I have a new job to do around my home.
It might seem a little complicated the first time you install your first machine foot but trust me it will become second nature after you have done it a few times.
The important points to watch out for is that you make sure the foot is fitted snugly in place. Then that you tighten the foot clamp screw securely. None of this is very difficult to do after a few goes.
There are a few different ways machine feet fit in to a sewing machine. With my simple singer sewing machine the foot fits very simply in to place. Check your sewing machine manual for exact instructions for your machine.
Every step shown in this video has to be followed for your sewing machine to operate properly. Miss even the smallest thing and it will simply not stitch your fabric as you want.
A little tip for making life simpler is to purchase several bobbins. This way you can have several different color thread pre wound on to your bobbins. This will save you a lot of time when sewing.
If you have a lot of sewing in the same color to do. Then prepare several bobbins in the same color before you start sewing curtains.
So when it comes to sewing curtains if you want trouble free sewing. Then set your machine up correctly at the start and use a good quality thread.
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