What is the best stitch length for free motion quilting?
Yes, for free motion quilting, set your stitch length to ‘0’. That way your feed dogs won’t be moving while you’re quilting because you don’t need them. Less wear and tear on those parts.
Is Pfaff a good quilting machine?
European quality, Pfaff sewing machines are made to last years and years and will give faultless stitch results. The brand have a reputation as being one of the strongest on the market today, with a huge advantage of its unique built in dual fabric feeding system called IDT (Integrated Dual Transportation).
Does Pfaff have a walking foot?
3. Pfaff’s built-in IDT is the perfect answer to a walking foot. At your fingertips, the PFAFF IDT system effortlessly keeps all layers of fabric perfectly feeding for a professional finish every time.
How do I get better at free motion quilting?
Five Tips to Make Free-Motion Quilting Easier
- Start Small. Choose a smaller project for your first attempts at free-motion quilting.
- Practice with Felt. I never had much patience with the idea of practice for practice’s sake.
- Use Rug Grippers for Stability.
- Think Goldilocks.
- It Won’t Be Perfect.
When free motion quilting where do you start?
Start with the center-most diagonal line and free motion quilt. Flip the quilt 180 degrees and stitch the center-most diagonal line. These two lines of stitching form an “X”. See “How to Machine Quilt” for more information on quilting diagonal lines.
Which Pfaff free motion quilting foot should I use?
This is the Pfaff Free Motion Open Toe Quilting Foot. You can get information about the foot here. This foot has an extra-large opening to give you an optimal view of your quilting area. The 1/4 inch markings on each corner of the foot are a great help when working free-motion quilting This is the Pfaff IDT Feed System.
What is the Pfaff Stitch in the ditch quilting foot?
This is the Pfaff Stitch in the Ditch Quilting Foot. Stitch in the Ditch foot is an ideal help for precise patchwork and quilting. The guide in the middle keeps your stitches in the ditch, the straight stitch needle hole helps keep stitching neat and straight and the dual feed keeps the layers even
What is the Pfaff coverlock taping foot used for?
Use with a pin-stitch or shell-edging program to achieve an applique with the look of handsewn overcasting This is the Pfaff Coverlock Taping Foot. You can get information about this foot here .Taping Foot is used to apply tapes to seams to prevent stretching. Great for stabilizing shoulder seams and reinforcing seams in one step
What can I do with my Pfaff pleater foot?
The short toe of the foot increases visibility. Use over a strand of crochet cotton to shirr a fabric or to sew a row of twin needle cording. Use the hand-look applique stitch to make up fanciful appliques and create beautiful quilts This is the Pfaff Ruffler Pleater Foot. You can get information about this foot here.