For those of you with Pfaff sewing machines, you might like to know about the Pfaff bi-level foot. I refer to it as a binding foot, because I can't imagine what else I'd use it for. But I love this foot.... For those of you who don't have one, let me show you how I use it to do the final top stitching on my binding.
I only use this foot for the top stitching part of the binding process. So after you have sewn your 2.25" bias or straight binding strip to the back side of your quilt, fold over to cover the seam on the top side of your quilt. I pin with pins pointing toward the presser foot. I take them out as I come to them.
First have a look at the foot. It's called a bi-level foot because it accommodates something that has two levels.
The underside of the foot is deeply grooved. This accommodates the thicker binding strip.
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