New! The Ultimate Quilt ‘n Stitch Presser Foot
New! The Ultimate Quilt ‘n Stitch Presser Foot designed by Nancy Zieman Productions, LLC for Clover! An all-new presser foot with a built in stitch alignment ruler for guiding rows of parallel stitching. The New! Ultimate Quilt ‘n Stitch Presser Foot is ideal for parallel-line straight stitching, topstitching, and straight-line machine quilting! Premiering today at the NZP Blog!
How to use
- Attach with the low shank. (Presser foot may require your specific sewing machine companies’ specialty adaptor. (Not compatible with all machines.)
- Move the ruler to set distance between needle and alignment guide, 3/8 in. (9.5 mm) to 3 in. (76.2mm).
- The foot has a ¼-inch seam allowance, with a wide-back for maximum feet dog grip—presser foot stays on course and does not meander when encountering bulky seams.
- Align guide to previous marked line or previous stitching line.
The New! Ultimate Quilt ‘n Stitch Presser Foot works great with outside curves, and inside curves!
- Large polycarbonate presser foot glides smoothly over fabric surface—Clover provides the highest quality materials and workmanship!
Team NZP is excited to feature the premier of The New! Ultimate Quilt ‘n Stitch Presser Foot. Pre-order your presser foot, today!
The randomly selected winner of a copy of NZP’s NEW! McCall’s M7871 Knit Dress and Tunic Pattern, is Candice C.
Be sure to join in and follow the 2018 Nancy Zieman Productions Christmas Stocking Sewing Challenge at the NZP Blog. Deadline to enter is November 27, 2018.
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