A presser foot is an attachment for sewing machines that keeps the fabric pressed against the needle while the stitching process is taking place. There are a wide variety of presser feet that may be used with most sewing machines in addition to the standard presser foot for straight stitching lines.
Sewing machine feet are simple additions that snap onto the machine's base. The features and instructions they include are tailored to improve the sewing experience overall. The quilting foot, often known as the walking foot, is a useful tool for quilters since it can feed numerous layers of fabric at once. As a result, your quilting lines and stitch-in-the-ditch motifs will stay perfectly straight and in place. You may make quilts and other home decor items that seem like they were made by a pro with the help of this foot. It's possible that different models and makes of sewing machines call for different types of sewing machine feet. Finding the proper feet for your machine requires consulting the handbook or going to a sewing machine retailer to confirm compatibility.