Curve Master Presser Foot


Imagine a tool that allows you to master curved seam piecing. A tool that makes sewing curved seams as fast and easy as strip piecing straight seams! That tool is here, now!

Presenting: the Curve Master Presser Foot!!

Curve Master Presser Foot with Adapter #1

Yes, now those challenging concave/convex, inside/outside curves of so many beautiful quilt blocks are within the reach of ALL quiltmakers…Double Wedding Ring or Drunkard’s Path… Wheel of Mystery, Wheels of Whimsy, Robbing Peter to Pay Paul, Improved Nine Patch, Royal Cross… The Strips and Curves quilts… Turn traditional blocks into curved-seam creations…All possible with the Curve Master Presser Foot.

This foot was invented by a quilter, for quilters. This “snap-on” foot comes with several universal adapters to fit most sewing machines. Pieces that help this foot adapt work with machines like Viking, Husqvarna, Janome, Bernina, Pfaff, Singer Featherweight, new Singer machines, Brother, Kenmore, Juki, Elna, BabyLock, Necchi and more!

The Curve Master allows even beginners to sew:

On Any Sewing Machine
¼” Seams, Either Scant or Full, and Curved or Straight
At a Steady, Medium-to-Fast Machine Speed
Without Stopping to Align Fabrics
Producing Square Blocks that Rarely Require Trimming,
AND, Without Pinning, Marking or Clipping!!!

Want one foGO! Drunkard’s Path-7"r yourself? Find the Curve Master Presser Foot HERE, If you are interested in the Accuquilt die that Vanessa talks about in the video you can find it HERE, but feel free to try your own curved pieces cut the from the pattern of your choice.

Watch the video below for you to see this foot in action.

5 thoughts on “Curve Master Presser Foot

    1. Heather Post author

      Mona,

      Not sure about 9mm vs 7 mm machines, but with all the bits included with this foot, we are confident one of them would fit your machine

      Reply

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