Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machine Feet
For people who love sewing and have their own machines, it is extremely important that they have a good collection of sewing machine feet. These make handling different fabrics extremely easy, and people who do this on a daily basis will benefit from investing in a variety of sewing machine feet. Husqvarna Viking has a library of sewing machine feet that you can purchase with their machines and as separate pieces. Husqvarna Viking sewing machines are gorgeous models that come in various shapes and sizes, and each has different feet you can attach to the machine to make it function effectively.Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machines
Husqvarna Viking is a brand of VSM Group AB, previously Husqvarna Sewing Machines. They base themselves in Sweden, but their products have a global demand with a following of many designers and tailors all over the world. Husqvarna Viking has a wide range of sewing machines, embroidery machines, embroidery software and designs and machine accessories.Availability of Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machine Feet
Each of their stitching and embroidery machines has universal feet, but they also have a vast collection of feet available for designers' and tailors' unique design and fabric handling needs. You can find them on Husqvarna Viking's website, with various stitching retailers online and even local design shops in Australia.Taking care of Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machine Feet
To extend the life of your sewing machine feet, make sure that you wrap the ones you're not using in tissue and linen. This will prevent them from rusting and ensure that they don’t stretch the fabric.Types of Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machine Feet
While Husqvarna Viking sewing machines come with universal feet designers and tailors sometimes need extra feet to handle and press difficult fabrics. Roller sewing machine feet and cording sewing machine feet are tailors' best friends, for instance. Husqvarna Viking sewing machines can also handle presser feet, zigzag feet for zig zag stitches, zipper feet to attach zips to materials, button-hole feet to create button holes in fabrics and blind hem feet to create invisible hems on different fabrics.