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Madam Sew Seam Allowance Ruler and Magnetic Seam Guide for Sewing Machine | Perforated Seam Gauge for Perfect 1/8” to 2” Straight Line Hems | Includes 1/4” Pivot Point and 45 Degree Trim Line

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The big plus of this seam allowance guide is that it can be used with almost ANY presser foot. For example, I use a walking foot for quilts very often and the seam guide is perfect for sewing straight with the walking foot. I can topstitch leather using special presser feet for leather. That’s what it looks like. It has two plastic pieces and a small square ruler with grid lines and small holes for a needle. Second– you can easily stitch strips of fabric together. Look, you put the guides like this for example one to the right at ¼ in seam allowances, the other one to the left at the width of the strips. And stitch. For this seam guide to work, you will need to find some stitching lines that are already on the fabric. Or you can use the edge of the fabric as the first line. Place the magnetic sewing guide directly to the throat plate parallel to the presser foot, at a distance that depends on the desired width of seam allowances. For this, you can use markings on the sewing machine plate.

With this device, it’s easy to control the width of the allowances when sewing on a sewing machine. This is how it looks, there is a strong magnet under the metal case. The magnet is very strong, it does not move when sewing even with hard heavyweight fabrics, and adjusts to any position on the metal throat plate of a sewing machine.I was taught the reason for a scant has to do with how sharp the pencil lead is. Meaning, keeping the lead sharp. A dull lead makes a wider line, and you will have to use guess work to decide where the needle is placed on the line. That guess work is scant. If your machine does not have a dedicated ¼″ foot you will need to measure where the ¼″ seam lines up with your most common presser foot. With this Seam Guide Ruler you can set your stitches accurately on any sewing machine. With the free Magnetic Seam Guide you can easily keep that exact distance when sewing. But I don’t need to use the template always. If I need to make very wide seam allowances I just put the seam guide at the distance I want. But these seam guides have to be placed exactly parallel to the presser foot. So I make some marks on my sewing machine for easy placement. Why is this guide called 6-in-1? Some sources say that it’s not recommended for computerized sewing machines because it’s magnetic. But I can assure you it can be used with modern computerized sewing machines ONLY if you place it correctly – you can put it ONLY on the metal throat plate of a sewing machine but don’t put it anywhere else – then the magnet can interfere with the computer components inside the machine. But there is no computer under the throat plate so this place is safe.

This seam guide is easy to place and remove, but holds steady as a fabric guide. What about a straight-stitch machine where the needle doesn’t move? Find a small opening on the foot holder. Insert the quilting bar into the opening and slide the bar to set the width of the seams you want. These inexpensive little gadgets will change your sewing and will really help keep stitching lines perfectly straight. They are essential items in your sewing room. And what happens if you want to make straight lines on something big – like a quilt for example? You put it for stitching – and it covers the throat plate completely, and you don’t see its markings. In this case, you would definitely need a seam guide.

Just drop themagnetic edge guide onto your machine cover plate and it will stay in place.It has a strong magnet and does not move easily. You get an extra Magnetic Seam Guide with this ruler to make sure you keep that exact distance while sewing. You can just attach this little metal seam guide temporarily on most needle plates or metal sewing machines. The seam guide will not shift when you are sewing. Do you like to sew? What is the thing you struggle with the most?I asked my readers and by far the most common response was this – how to sew a straight line? How to keep a stitching line straight? And from the large number of tools used to help sew straight, dedicated, or improvised, we can deduce how important this task is for someone who sews. Someone has said somewhere that nobody will notice if you are a genius, but everyone will notice if one of your buttons is missing; I guess it is equally true that everyone will notice if one of the seams of your garment is crooked! I have a button on the sewing machine – I press it and I have the laser – you can see the red line on top of the fabric. This line always stays in front of the needle while you are sewing and shows where you have to stitch. The light is bright enough that you can see it on any fabric.

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