Everyday, I try something new on my sewing machines. It is important to know what my machine is capable of and recognize the need and usefulness of the accessories and attachments available.  There are many to techniques to choose from on any given day, while working with the varied projects.  For the last 8 months or so I have had the use of the Bernina 780.  (read more here)  to share the spotlight with my other machines, the Bernina 640 (purchased by me in 2010), and my 30 year old Bernina serger.

I wrote a detailed post to help you understand more about how to take full advantage of your machine  when sewing stretchy and slippery fabrics.   Check out article on the WeAllSew Blog.

Thanks for following along and as always, email me if you have any questions.


3 Thoughts on “Sewing Knits and Slippery Fabrics: Walking Feet, and Dual Feed– The When, Why and How.

  1. Great article!

  2. I have a Babylock and it has an awesome walking foot, too. I did not realize that it worked well on knits…i have never used it for my knits. I am going to next time! Thanks

  3. Hi Andrea, I'd love to take fit classes with you, can you give me details? Thanks a bunch

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