If used correctly, embellishments can make a simple garment appear spectacular.
The cording foot can be used to attach strings (usually embroidery cord) either one at a time or several at once to your fabric. The benefit of attaching more than one cord at a time is that they are sewn perfectly parallel to each other.
A binding foot can is also often referred to as a Taping Foot.
Depending upon your project you may be interested in finishing your raw edges with bias tape. In many situations you can purchase pre-made bias tape, or with the hop of a binding foot you can easily make and sew your own.
Different classifications of fibres have different characteristics. Using fibres individually or as a combination, it is possible to achieve different finishing effects.
This lesson covers characteristics of abrasion, absorbency, durability, elasticity, luster, resilience, shape retention, strength, washability, wicking and wrinkle resistance.