Piece with ease. May’s foot of the month is #57 Patchwork Foot with guide, a must-have foot for quilters (and even useful for non-quilters!)
Posts Categorized: Tools and Notions
To join our wood embroidery hoops and embroidery needles, you can now find the highest quality and most beautiful needlework supplies from Sajou at the store. From France, oo la la!
We have added some beautiful product from Merchant & Mills: tailor shears, pins, button hole cutters, sewing kits and more. Merchant & Mills makes the finest quality English sewing tools. And the packaging? Swoon!
This weekend (November 30th-December 3rd), Modern Domestic is offering the walking foot on sale for only $149. ONE-FOURTY-NINE you say? This foot is truly priceless. It is able to assist in so many sewing situations: quilting (or anytime you encounter more than 2 layers of fabric), sticky fabrics (leather, oil cloth, vinyl), plaids and strips,… Read more »
I think most of us take Portland for granted on any given day. When I travel to visit my parents in my home state of Wisconsin, I am reminded just how unique Portland is and how lucky we are to live in a city absolutely teeming with creative folks and small businesses that reflect that… Read more »
October’s Foot of the Month is perfect for sewing with leather, coated cottons, oilcloth and other sticky fabrics–all 4 variations of Teflon Feet!
Time for another installment from the Presser Foot Queen of MD! This month’s special isn’t on any one particular foot–it’s for all of them! That’s right, it’s time for “Buy One, Get One 50% off,” going through the 24th.
Get ready to embroider baby onesies, tote bags, and other tubular projects. This here is the miracle of the free-arm adapter.
Ever wished you had a lamp in your studio that could provide natural light? We’re so pleased to offer the Stella Lighting 10W LED desk lamp, a unique light for sewists and fiber artists created right here in Oregon! Access 3 color spectrums, with no UV, easily with a touch of a button.
Hemmer feet are remarkable little inventions. If you’ve ever tried to take the time pressing and turning a hem as small as 1/8″, these feet will be a revelation.