Review of 32 presser feet for sewing – the Madam Sew Ultimate Presser Foot Set
Hey y’all, today I want to share my thoughts on this Ultimate Presser Foot Set of 32 presser feet sent to me by Madam Sew. I was compensated for my time reviewing these and creating this post, but all opinions are my own.
When I first learned to sew on a vintage machine, I had three presser feet – a basic one, a zipper foot, and a ruffle foot. But the cool thing on that machine was that it had cams you could change out to get different stitches and do different things. I remember how fun it was to change the cams and see what happened. Playing with this presser foot set brought back the same kind of childlike excitement – what could I do with this one? While I’ve used many of the types of feet in this set, there were still quite a few new ones for me.
I played with the fringe foot (number 21 above) in the video below – that was a new one for me! Check it out below where you can also see me go through the other feet. You can also watch on YouTube here if you prefer or if it won’t load for some reason.
As I said in the video, one of the things I think is really great about the Ultimate Presser Foot Set is that every single foot has and instructional video. The set comes with a DVD, or you can use the link to their online instructions. I prefer the online instructions, because you can easily skip to the foot you want to learn about. You can see a screenshot of what this looks like below.
Overall, the feet seem well made. Every one I’ve tried has snapped onto my machine (a Baby Lock) easily and worked as expected, and the case to keep them organized is definitely a nice touch. At a few dollars per foot, the set is a great value. And I will never again wonder if I have a specialty foot, because they’re alllllll in here. You can grab your own set of 32 presser feet by Madam Sew here (sponsored link).