Humidifiers for sinus and allergy relief.    

Sewing News:

The Internet of Things and the Pampered User

IT Research firm Gartner Research predicts 95% of electronics will be facilitated by some form of IoT by 2020. If you think now is the time to get your products connected, you are wrong. ‘Connected’ is a table-stake. For your products and/or services to be relevant in the next few years they need to be intuitive, adaptable to the individual, and eventually autonomous to the extent they are invisible....

Ceramic printing on glass surfaces paves the way for new designs and features

Contemporary kitchen and home designs are dominated by sleek surfaces with clean lines. Flat glass products are especially suited to achieve these design aesthetics. ...

Unlock Appliance Design with Additive Manufacturing

The appliance industry has seen a lot of changes in the last decade. Changes ranging from major industry players being bought and sold (like the GE/Haier deal), to the mass movement toward making everything a smart appliance, it’s certainly safe to say that we have evolved past the simple metal appliance ‘boxes’ from the recent past....

The New World of Appliances

The rise of society’s newfound desire to be constantly connected, coupled with an increased awareness on energy consumption and cost, has given new urgency to building and home management systems. ...

Cooking Appliances Finish Year Up 3.2%

The Association of Home Appliances Manufacturers’ (AHAM) December shipment numbers showed an increase in overall Major Appliances, jumping to 7,285.9, a 4.7% increase from December 2017. The year-to-date number was flat at 79,225.8, an increase of 0.1% over last year. ...

Bridging the Gap: Connecting the Nonconnectable

Bridging the gap is a popular idiom derived from Old English. In its earliest use—and not surprisingly—bridge meant “to make a causeway” and gap meant “an opening in a wall.” So, to the drywallers, civil engineers, and road construction crews of the early 14th century (Ha!), bridging a gap was quite literal. ...

SKU-PID_1167 Low Center 1/4in. Hemmer Foot P60001 from Sewing Machine Plus  sku

Low Center 1/4in. Hemmer Foot P60001 - PID_1167 by Generic

Item description: This Sewing Presser Feet product is by Generic - Low shank hemmer foot is ideal for hems too small to do by hand. Works best with lightweight fabrics. For Babylock, Brother, Singer sewing machines.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Generic

Category: Presser Feet


See the Price of Low Center 1/4in. Hemmer Foot P60001

You may also consider:

  10 pk Singer Bobbin 8228
Ten pack of bobbins to fit Singer 27, 28, 127, and 128 sewing machines. ...See The Price
  Elna Air-control Foot Control 436410-20
Elna Air-control Foot Control 436410-20 ...See The Price
  3mm Snap-on Hemmer Foot
3mm Snap-on Hemmer Foot 98-694818-00 - Pfaff. ...See The Price