The BERNINA Stitch Regulator (BSR) produces neat, consistent stitching with stitches of precisely the same length while free-motion sewing. Reacting to the movement of the fabric, it adjusts the speed of of the machine automatically when free-motion quilting with the feed dog lowered.
Which sewing machines have a stitch regulator?
Bernina is the only home sewing machine brand with stitch regulated technology built-in. I used the Bernina Stitch Regulator to quilt all my Stitching Cosmos quilts!
Does Janome have a stitch regulator?
Janome doesn’t have a stitch regulator. The only short arm you can get one with is Bernina.
Does Brother have a stitch regulator?
SureStitch™ Stitch Regulator: Built-in for enhanced stitch creation and control during free-motion sewing. Starter Kit Included: Everything you need to begin quilting. Experiment with quilting techniques, build your confidence, and fine-tune your quilting skills.
Can you add a stitch regulator to a sewing machine?
Working with a stitch regulator foot on your sewing machine can improve your free-motion stitching on collaged and quilted garments.
What stitch length should I use for machine quilting?
The recommended stitch length for machine quilting is 2.5 to 3.0 which is basically 8 – 12 stitches per inch. If you’re new to quilting, it’s best you always use the recommended stitch length.
Does Pfaff have a stitch regulator?
The TruStitch™ stitch regulator is designed to turn the PFAFF® powerquilter™ 16.0 machine into a stitch-regulated quilting machine. It uses patent-pending technology to track your sewing motion and regulate the stitch length as you move the fabric around the table.
Does Baby Lock have a stitch regulator?
Enjoy free-motion quilting at a comfortable pace with the TruStitch Stitch Regulator. The automated regulator helps you achieve evenly spaced, consistent stitches every time. Plus, while in use, you still have full view of your quilt-TruStitch remains out of the way.
Does Viking have a stitch regulator?
The TruStitch™ stitch regulator is designed to turn the PLATINUM™ 16 machine into a stitch-regulated quilting machine.
How will you regulate the length of the stitches if you notice?
The length of a stitch is regulated by the thumbscrew in the slot on the front of the uprise of the machine. To LENGTHEN the stitch, loosen the thumbscrew and move the lever DOWN. To SHORTEN the stitch, loosen the thumbscrew and move the lever UP.
Where is the stitch length on a sewing machine?
If you have a mechanical sewing machine (ie non-computerized), there is typically a dial on the front of the sewing machine, with either “length” written next to it, or a dashed line, going from short dashes to longer dashes.
What is a quilting stitch on a sewing machine?
The Hand-Look Quilting Stitch is used to create the look of hand-sewn running stitches. The top of the machine is threaded with either an invisible thread or a thread color that matches the top fabric.