How Do I Know If My Machine Is "Low-Shank" And This Presser Foot Will Fit? If you don’t know what sort of shank your machine has, it’s probably a low shank. Because High Shank machines are generally “fancy” embroidery models which are more costly, and those who invest in these models tend to know exactly what shank type it is. Most household sewing machines are "low-shank" and will fit this presser foot.
How To Use Binder Foot Video:
*Note: This binding foot works best for sewing projects with 1-2 layers of lightweight or medium-weight cotton fabric. It can be used for binding thin quilts with low-loft battings which are flatter and thinner (and NOT with battings with high loft, which are thick and fluffy). Because you DO need to feed the whole quilt sandwich into the slot of your binding foot. See photo.
You don’t have to pin the binding all the way around whatever you’re sewing before you attach this binding foot.
You just feed the binding into the binding foot while you feed the fabric in.
The cone on this presser foot wraps the binding or bias tape (pre-folded or not) around the fabric edge.
Adjustable screw for different binding sizes up to 1 inch wide.