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I was recently sent the Ultimate Presser Foot Set of 32 different feet for your sewing machine from Madam Sew. I do most of my free motion quilting and piecing on my vintage 15-91 Singer sewing machine and I also have a Husqvarna Viking that I use for my zig-zag and applique work. I was able to use all of the different 32 feet on both sewing machines.
Update: Madam Sew is offering a 10% discount to anyone buying the Ultimate Presser Foot Set, just use the coupon CONNIE10 this coupon is good until April 7th, 2018.
My Husqvarna has snap-on feet while the Singer uses low shank feet. The Ultimate Presser Foot set includes a low shank snap-on adapter. Here is a photo of it and some of the feet that I tried out. If you have a Bernina, there is a special adapter that will need to be purchased separately.
It is in the middle of the set with the little star by it. The feet are in a durable hard plastic case with numbered slots so you can easily use and then replace any of the feet.
“This set with its innovative adapter is designed for use with low-shank models of popular brand sewing machines including Singer, Brother, Husqvarna Viking, Babylock, Euro-Pro, Janome, Kenmore and White. They are made of high-quality materials for long-lasting durability. In the event that they do not fit your machine, return them for a 100% refund of your purchase price.”
My favorite foot for free motion quilting is the darning foot and #14 works very well for this. There is plenty of open space to see what you are quilting.
Another good foot for free motion quilting is #23 which is also called a darning foot. This is clear plastic.The Ultimate Presser Foot Set includes a booklet with a description of each of the feet and a photo of them in use. There are also videos that will show you how to use each foot. Madam Sew also has videos on YouTube.
I snapped on #4, the open toe foot which is great for applique. Here I am doing the blanket stitch on some flowers. It was very easy to see what I was doing.
The next foot is #10 – ¼” quilting foot which makes it very easy to stitch a ¼” seam allowance when quilting,
Zippers, do you have trouble sewing them? The #20 adjustable zipper foot can easily be used to sew on either the left or right side of your zipper. Do you prefer to use invisible zippers? There is a foot for that, #1 is the invisible zipper foot.
I was very impressed with the quality and variety in the Ultimate Presser Foot set and would recommend it to anyone who would like additional feet for their sewing machine. There is a quick manual included with the set and there is a link in the booklet to access the digital manual. There are also video tutorials for each of the feet.
This deluxe set includes 32 attachments: Invisible Zipper Foot, Applique Foot, Satin Stitch Foot, Open Toe Foot, Cording Foot, Straight Stitch Foot, Roller Foot, Blind Stitch Foot, Braiding Foot, 1/4″ Quilting Foot, Beading Foot, Standard Zig-Zag Foot, Non-Stick Foot, Darning Foot, Piping Foot, 9- and 5-Groove Pintuck Foot, 1/4″ Quilting Foot, Gathering foot, Knit Foot, Adjustable Zipper Foot, Fringe Foot, Stitch Guide Foot (presser foot with ruler) 5- and 7-Hole Cording Foot, Edge Joining Foot (Stitch-in-the-Ditch Foot), Overcast Foot, Open Toe Foot, Rolled and Flat Hem Foot and the Adjustable Bias Binder Foot.
Be sure and check out Madam Sew’s website where you can purchase this set or other neat sewing items in her shop. She also has a blog and shares great tips and ideas. Thank you Madam Sew for allowing me to do a review of the Ultimate Presser Foot Set.