Part 2 - Learn even more about the ruffler attachment in this step-by-step sewing lesson. This foot is perfect for making yards and yards of perfect ruffles on your sewing machine. Sewing machine accessories even vintage ones are wonderful additions to your sewing machine feet collection. They have not changed over the years. In this sewing tutorial, you will find out if vintage feet will fit your current machine (or other machines you might own).
Instantly get the video lesson and PDF notes to print out. You can view the 39 minute lesson anytime and it never expires. This is a generic class that applies to all makes and brands of sewing machines and all levels of sewists.
📌This ruffler foot is a huge time saver for perfectly stitched ruffles that are actually sewn into place and don't move around. No more evening-out ruffles that are on gathering threads.
👉 The ruffler foot was a standard accessory with the Singer Featherweight sewing machine.
👉 You may already have this foot in "that box" of old presser feet that you inherited and just didn't know what it was or how to use it.
📌 You will find out if it will be able to fit your current machines.
👉 Learn when and why you would choose the ruffler attachment over the shirring foot.
👉 Review, and learn how to attach the ruffler to your machine without damaging it.
👉 Review, and learn how to set up the ruffler and learn what all of the different levers do.
👉 Learn to gather double thick ruffles in one step.
👉 Make a ruffle and sew it to the background fabric in one step.
👉 See how to French Seam a ruffled edge in a garment.
👉 See how to finish a ruffled edge with bias tape. (Two methods)
👉 See how to gather lace.
👉 Learn the "roll and whip" technique to attach lace to raw edges in one step.
👉 The lesson movie doesn't expire; you can download the class notes in a step-by-step ebook.
⭐ Improve your sewing skills and techniques with this in-depth, no-nonsense lesson that is 39 minutes long.