Do you need a walking foot to sew knits?
One way to keep your knit fabric from growing while you’re sewing is to use a Walking Foot. A while back I did a post on the Walking Foot. While not essential, it has an amazing effect on the way your knit fabrics sew. Basically, it keeps the fabric from stretching while you sew.
What is the difference between a walking foot and a regular foot?
Most quilters know what a walking foot is, and they usually own one. It’s a specialty foot that is larger than regular presser feet and it costs more, too, but it is so worth it. … The presser foot sits down on the fabric and when the machine starts, the feed dog moves the teeth to the back, taking the fabric with them.
What does a edge joining foot do?
The edge joining foot is a great tool for creating wide trims and laces by joining one or more trims or lace strips together. … The guide, at the center of the foot, allows the trims and laces to be joined together and aligned perfectly.