Have you ever been sewing something with your machine, when all of a sudden, your foot pedal slipped, messing you up mid stitch?
Yeah? Me too, and it isn’t fun.
If you’ve been in that situation far too many times, then you probably want a way to fix it. Luckily for you, not only is there a solution, but it’s one you can sew up yourself!
It doesn’t take much time to sew this up, so it really is a quick fix, and once you make it, you’ll be so happy you did.
A nonstick pad will keep your foot pedal in place so you’ll never have this problem again.
All you’ll need is:
- Fabric of your choice
- Ultra-firm stabilize yardage
- Nonstick rug liner (or something similar used to keep things in place on the floor)
- Clips or clamps
- Basting Glue
- Quilting ruler
- Rotary cutter
- Fusible bias tape
You’ll create an adorable lining to your nonstick pad using the fabrics and the bias tape. It’s a decent amount of supplies, but it’s done in next to no time at all.
Watch Crafty Gemini Creates’ video down below to learn the ins and outs of making this easy nonslip pad. Your sewing projects are about to get a whole lot easier.