What foot do you use for zigzag stitch?
Use an Open Toe Foot (additional accessory for some machine models) so that the area in front of the needle is unobstructed. Position the fabric so the right movement of the zigzag goes off the edge of the fabric. As the stitch then moves to the left, it “rolls” the fabric over, stitching it in place.
Can you sew a straight stitch with a zigzag foot?
Yes, the zigzag foot can be used to sew a straight stitch.
Can you zigzag stitch with walking foot?
Yes, you can use your walking foot for more than straight stitching. A zig-zag stitch should be just fine because all the movement in the stitch pattern is forward. In fact many of the decorative stitches on your sewing machine are just fine to use with your even feed foot installed.
What does a cording foot do?
The Cording Foot is used to add surface embellishment to fabrics with cords, thin braids, embroidery floss or yarn. Experiment with decorative stitches and cord types for ultimate creativity. The Cording Foot may also be used to gather fabrics.
What is AJ foot?
The J Foot is used for overcast stitches that stitch to the side and can pucker or curl the fabric to prevent the fabric from curling under. The tiny wire on the edge of the foot prevents the curling of the fabric edge. Consult the Husqvarna Viking Infodisplay which recommends the J Foot for many overedge stitches.
What does a zig zag presser foot do?
Standard or Zigzag Foot
It’s used for standard and decorative stitches and will probably be the foot you use the most. This foot is usually capable of basic fancy stitches, satin stitch, zig zag stitches and overcasting stitches in addition to a straight stitch.