Los volantes son muy fáciles de hacer con el volante
Hay 4 ajustes en el pie de volantes: estrella, 12, 6 y 1. Estos representan cuántos puntos entre cada pliegue o volante. La estrella te da una puntada recta para que no tengas que quitar el pie en medio de un proyecto solo para coser una costura recta.
La perilla cambia la profundidad del pliegue o el volante. Para pliegues más pequeños, apriételo. Para pliegues más grandes, aflojarlo. También puede ajustar los pliegues variando el largo de puntada en su máquina de coser.
Úselos como un acento de moda en blusas y vestidos, como borde para cortinas transparentes o como un volante para colchas, faldas, etc.
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El pie prensatelas de la máquina de coser Ruffler - Se adapta a todos los cantantes de bajo mango, Brother, Babylock, Husqvarna Viking (Husky Series), Euro-pro, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, Bernina (Bernette Series), New Home, Simplicity, Necchi y Elna
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Can’t believe the awesome ruffles this sewing foot makes. I always made my ruffles with a basting stitch and hand gathering. Not anymore. This Ruffling Foot sews professional looking ruffles. I have not been disappointed yet.
When I first used it, I thought that my sewing machine was not compatible because I heard a “clicking “ sound every time. Turns out that’s part of the sewing foot, and it’s normal.
Would like to purchase more, great product
The fabric needs to be laid between the plates, first put under the entire foot, sewed as usual)) the smaller the figure on the adjustment lever of the fold, the smaller it is, there are parameters 1-8-12. There are no folds under the asterisk
I love this thing! It saved me so much time on my project! It does look a bit intimidating at first but once you practice a couple times it's very easy. In the video I posted I'm using only 1 hand because I was filming with the other and I still got perfect results. I was able to make alot of long ruffles for a crib skirt in a fraction of the time it would have taken me using the traditional method of gathering, and no frustration of breaking the thread half way though the process. It fit and worked perfectly on my Brother sewing machine. There are some excellent videos online showing exactly how to install and use. If you have a project that requires alot of ruffles I highly recommend this and with how inexpensive it is you can't go wrong.
This is perfect. Works great on my babylock!
I finally got to test out the ruffler. It was very tricky to attach and use but I found a video online by a blogger who walked me through it. Once I got it going, it was fantastic. The directions were not adequate to set up and get going, however, it works as well as I would hope and it wasn't hard to find info online. The price was right and this really adds to the things I can make easily and saves time. With a little practice, I think this is going to be a lot of fun. I had sewing machine oil on hand to oil the points that need it. Just a heads up that is not included. I would highly recommend this ruffler. My sewing machine is a Brother SQ-9000.
I broke 4 needles before I learned how to center the hole correctly. On a Singer, you should have the stitch width at 0 to center it and you have to manually move the needle up and down to make certain that it does not rub the plates. Once done, you should be able to gather yards without mishap.
Ratio of cloth to ruffled results: ruffle @ every stitch is 1/2 of the original length at setting 1, 1/3 at setting 2 and 1/4 at 3. Haven't tried the 0, 4, and 8 yet. The tiny orange plastic wheel is where I change the settings. I measured 24" scraps before and after.
Amended 3/30/15: Ratchet the dial up for slippery fabric like organza. The material slides back so you lose some of the depth of the ruffle.
Hope this helps.