Sewing Tip – How to use the Pintuck Presser Foot!

 If you’re looking to add some decorative stitches to your sewing project, Myra at So Sew Easy shares how to use the pintuck sewing machine presser foot to achieve some pretty cool results!

How-to-use-the-Pintuck-FootAccurate and straight sewing has never been easier with this simple addition to the machine. Often seen in heirloom sewing mixed in with other decorative stitching, pin tucks are pretty and give dimension and structure to your sewing. They can be used purely as a decorative addition, but with some clever thinking they can also be used to give shaping to garments in place of pleats and darts too. Read more here…

LEMONBEST Professional 32 Pcs Domestic Sewing Machine Presser Walking Foot Set For Brother, Babylock, Singer, Janome, Elna, Toyota, New Home, Simplicity, Necchi, Kenmore, and White Low Shank Sewing Machines

I’m in total awe of the pintuck sewing machine presser foot! I love the decorative details this will add to a project – especially to a blouse! So I searched for the pintuck foot on Amazon*. (I am an affiliate of Amazon, and if you click on the link or photo and decide to buy this set, I will receive a small commission on the sale. Thank you in advance if you use this link to make a purchase.)

The single foot is sold on average for 10 USD depending on your machine, but I found a box of 32 assorted presser feet for 21.58 USD for the machine types listed.  Depending on your machine it may cost more or less than described here. I definitely have this box on my list of things to buy!

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