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Sewing machine parts are available at Jenny’s Sewing Studio

Saturday, May 21st, 2011
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If you need a sewing machine part, look no further than Jenny’s Sewing Studio in Salisbury, MD. If you check out our web site we offer bobbins, bobbin cases, needle plates, gears, sewing machine needles, sewing machine foot controllers, sewing machine lead cords, sewing machine feet and accessories.

If you are looking for sewing machine parts by brand we have them indexed by several sewing machine brands. You will find Baby Lock, Brother, Juki, Singer, Janome, Bernina, Pfaff, Viking and more brands in our web cart. Parts for sewing machine include new and older models. Email us at and we will research a part if you are having trouble finding. Our resources are vast.

Sewing machine feet and accessories are a speciality at Jenny’s Sewing Studio in Salisbury, MD. You can find Blindhem feet, Buttonhole feet, Applique feet, 1/4″ feet, Button sewn on feet, Gathering Feet, Rufflers, side cutters, Piping feet, Open toe feet and more. Jenny’s Sewing Studio also offers videos on how to use some of our more popular feet.

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Creative feet make the perfect Satinedge foot

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010
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Create the perfect satin stitch edge with the Satinedge foot from creative feet. Look at the beautiful stitch on the applique to the left.  Click on the picture to make it larger. The guide helps you to keep your placement of the satin stitch perfect. Depending on the width of the stitch you can make slight adjustment to the guide position. You may also notice the clear view of your decorative stitch using the satin stitch foot.  (more…)

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Decorative stitches are fun

Saturday, November 20th, 2010
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If you do not use decorative stitch you do not know what you are missing. I wanted to “show case” the use of several decorative stitch combination to give you an idea of how the creative combinations create some beautiful borders.

It does not matter what kind of sewing machine you have, just think about the borders you can make. The key is the open toe foot . There are several types of open toe feet.  I like to use organdy or stitch in the ditch stabilzer if the fabric is not stiff enough to support the stitching.

Another way to use the decorative stitches is the circular stitcher.  I carry the Singer and the Brother stitcher. This is a very creative tool.I have a brief video on the stitcher at this link.

Looking at the samples to the left you will see the borders start with a centering stitch. Straight stretch stitch frames a lot of border stitching. Ribbon insertion with the ladder stitch adds a nice touch. Pintucks also add to the border creation using a twin needle. On the soft fabric the tucks form naturally.  I also use the hem stitch   to create holes in the organdy using a wing needle. Watch some of the videos on how to use the feet here!

If you do not own a decorative stitch machine and want one I have several “like new” products you may enjoy. The first 2 borders were made on the Singer Stylist 3400. I am also sharing the 2 dress made using heirloom techniques and the Singer 3400. The last picture is of the 3400 screen and  choosing your stitch. The stitch number is chosen and the machine instantly gives you the decorative stitch.

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Creative Feet makes your sewing machine more creative!

Sunday, June 13th, 2010
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Creative Feet fit all sewing machines that have a zigzag stitch. Even though there are only 3 Creative Feet, they are able to do over 88 different techniques. Jenny’s Sewing Studio is having a great sale on Creative feet so check it out!

Creative Feet have proudly been featured on Sewing T.V.shows such as: Sewing with Nancy, Sew Perfect, America Sews, Kaye’s Quilting Friends, Quilt in a Day, Aleene’s Creative Living, Home Shopping Network/HSN. (more…)

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