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Written by Debbie Lomas on May 16, 2022

Clear Seam Guide Foot

The Clear Seam Guide Foot is the perfect addition to any seamstress’s toolkit!

The Clear Seam Guide Foot guides your stitching perfectly when joining fabrics. The presser foot is designed to help you keep the seam allowance at the same distance from the edge of the fabric throughout the project. The presser foot has a metal guide at 15mm (5/8”) distance from the centre needle position, which is the most used seam allowance when sewing clothes. It has three more markings for various seam allowances: - 6mm (1/4”), 10mm (3/8”) and 12mm (1/2").

Instructions for use:

Snap on the Seam Guide Foot for IDFTM system.

2. Engage the IDF system (H9206140-96 only).

3. Select a straight stitch.

4. For joining fabrics together; place fabric right sides together.

5. Place the fabric under the presser foot with the metal guide at the edge of the fabric for 15mm (5/8 inch) seam allowance.

6. Start to sew. The guide will follow the edge of the fabric and the seam will be sewn with

the perfect straight seam allowance.

7. Use the 3 other red markings on the presser foot for a narrower seam allowances.

Two versions of this foot is available depending on your machine: - part number H4130348-45 for machine models 1- 8 and H9206140-96 for machine model 9.

Not sure what machine model you have? Check the Machine Compatibility Chart

Why not add this foot to your collection by purchasing online here to receive a 10% discount with the coupon code Clear-Seam10 or at your local retailer today!*

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*Offer valid until May 31, 2022. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.

Article written by Debbie Lomas
Debbie started her career working in a fabric store at the age of 20. She quickly moved into selling machines and teaching. After working with VSM for a number of years, she travelled to many craft shows around Australia teaching a variety of classes including the new love of her life, quilting and patchwork.