How to Use A Binding Foot :: outdated tutorial. New version at http://youtu.be/_0Hmp5LrSU4



How to Use A Binding Foot :: by Babs at Fiery Phoenix

Updated version with clearer view of usage can be found at

Mitre corners with a binding foot can be found at

A short video demonstrating how to use the Adjustable binding foot with different width bindings and ribbon. Take note the binding foot feed is wider at the opening and tight at the rear, use pins or a stiletto tool to manipulate fabric at the back of the feed if needed.

The back screw adjusts the alignment of the stitch lines.

The front screw adjusts the width of the binding clamp. Turn forwards to widen, reverse to narrow the width of the binding feed.

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