PFAFF® Narrow Piping Foot

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Easily Add Delicate Piping To Any Garment Project

Use to cover 1mm cords with fabric or insert packaged piping into seams or edges for a tailored finish. Excellent for for home decor projects, fashion projects or wherever you’d like to add a finishing touch.

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Highlights
  • Quickly sew piping into a seam
  • Use packaged piping or cover 1 mm cords
  • Clear view allows for precise placement and stitching
Details

Easily Add Delicate Piping To Any Garment Project
Use to cover 1mm cords with fabric or insert packaged piping into seams or edges for a tailored finish. Excellent for for home decor projects, fashion projects or wherever you’d like to add a finishing touch.

Specifications

To stitch piping into a seam:



1. Snap on the Narrow Piping Foot.


2. Place piping with raw edges along the seam line on the right side of the fabric. Place second piece of fabric on the top with right sides together.


3. Put fabric and piping layers under Piping Foot with the piping in the groove on the underside of the foot.


4. Sew with a straight stitch, length 2.5. The groove on the underside of the foot will guide the piping as you sew.




To make piping from your fabric:


1. Snap on the Narrow Piping Foot.


2. Cut bias or crosswise grain strips, wide enough to cover the cording plus seam allowances.


3. Lay the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric over the cord.


4. Place the fabric and cord under the Narrow Piping Foot with the cord in the groove on the underside of the foot.


5. Sew with a straight stitch, length 2.5. The groove will guide the cord so the fabric covers it evenly.


6. Use your new piping in projects, following the steps above.


TIP: When you sew this piping into a garment, adjust the needle position so it stitches one setting closer to the cord to cover the first stitching.