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  • Hey, Everyone! I’m Sarah at sewingpartsonline.com and today we’re going to talk about your sewing machine belt. They’re an important part of maintaining your machine. There are several different types of belts. There are V belts, lug belts, treadle belts, geared belts, round belts, and timing belts. In this video, we’re going to teach you the signs of a bad belt and how…



  • Hey, everyone! I’m Sarah with sewingpartsonline.com. Today we’re going to talk about the important parts that work together to control your tension. There are many different types of tension units. Some are built into the machine, some are digital, and some are standalone units like this Singer one. You see these very commonly on older machines. These are primarily what we’re going…



  • Hey, everyone! I’m Sarah with sewingpartsonline.com and today we’re going to clear up some of the confusion surrounding snap on presser feet, specifically Singer’s snap on presser feet. When you think of a snap on presser foot, you usually picture this. It’s a pretty generic snap on presser foot. As you know, it attaches to a snap on presser foot adapter. I’m…



  • Today I’m going to give you some tips on how to properly care for your bobbin case.  This is a Singer Apollo bobbin case. This is a top loading bobbin case and it works with Class 66 bobbins only. It seems obvious, but you must always use the correct bobbin for your machine. This can be confusing because a lot of bobbins…



  • Hey, everyone! Sarah here with Sewing Parts Online and today we’re going to learn how to assemble a needle clamp. We get asked about this a lot and it is surprisingly easy. Now, this (XZ0001051AS) is for a Brother machine. It fits most Brother and Babylocks. However, if you have a different machine, that’s okay, we do sell those parts. The principle…



  • Hey, everyone! Sarah here with sewingpartsonline.com and if you’ve ever struggled to make decorative circles, I have an attachment you have to try.  This is the circular sewing attachment. I actually have two of them here. This is a pretty generic Elna one. A lot of them look like this. And this is the more advanced Babylock one.  Now they go on…



  • A Walking Foot is essential because there are many tasks and fabric types that a standard presser foot can’t handle. For instance, sewing slippery fabric like laminated cotton and PVC vinyl is near impossible without a Walking Foot. You’ll also find thick fabric, or multiple layers (i.e. quilts) will shift if sewn with a general purpose foot. However, if you use a Walking…



  • This set consists of 14 snap-on presser feet and a quilting guide bar packaged neatly in a hard plastic carrying case. If you’re ready to experiment with different feet and save money, this is the kit for you.Not sure how to use these feet? No problem! We have videos detailing each foot (listed below). Buy your Snap-on Presser Foot Kit today. Not…



  • Are you ready to show your serger some TLC? In this video, we teach you how to change the upper knife and lower knife of your Serger. Sergers, also known as Overlockers, are loved for their ability to quickly trim raw ends. Unlike sewing machines, sergers have two built-in “knives”. These razor-sharp blades are strong enough to cut through thick denim, yet…



  • Flannel, Flannel, Flannel… You can sew so many great projects using Flannel Fabric. It’s soft, warm, and surprisingly strong. However, it’s also deceptively tricky to sew. I say deceptively tricky, because way back when I was learning to sew, I thought sewing flannel would be as easy as sewing any medium-weight cotton fabric. I was wrong. When I sew Flannel, I spend…



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