Janome 200127000 | Darning and Free Motion Embroidery Foot | Category A
Information for Janome 200127000 | Darning and Free Motion Embroidery Foot | Category A
The embroidery foot is used for 'free hand' embroidery and darning to ensure proper stitch formation, minimize skipped stitches and puckering and also to protect your fingers whilst you move your fabric freely under the needle.
Especially beneficial to those just learning how to do free hand embroidery.
The open toe version greatly improves visibility of stitches and is especially popular with quilters.
(THIS DESIGN OF FREE MOTION FOOT CAN BE FOUND IN THE CONVERTIBLE FREE-MOTION QUILTING FOOT SET!)
How to use Freehand Embroidery/Darning foot:
- Attach the darning foot to the presser bar with the lever over the needle clamp screw.
- Drop the feed dogs or attach a darning plate.
- Place the fabric, with the hole in the centre, on an embroidery hoop.
- Lower the foot and sew at a slow speed.
- Move the fabric back and forth slowly until the darning area is covered.
- Turn the fabric 1/4 turn (90 degrees) and sew another layer of stitching over the first layer.
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