Sideways Sewing Is Real? You Betcha!

It’s great that sewing machines can sew backwards and forwards but sometimes you need a little help getting into smaller spaces. All of Brother’s Q-Series machines have feed dogs that move from left to right and right to left so you can sew sideways. Yes, you heard right – sideways! This unique feature comes in handy in tight spots where it’s tough to move your fabric around. In this video, Denise demos sideways sewing on her Brother NQ900 Sewing Machine to sew adorable patches onto her daughter’s teeny tiny denim jacket. Watch how easy it can be with this awesome feature!

Denise Wild
About Denise Wild
Sewing, crafting and DIY expert, Denise Wild combines her enthusiasm and expertise to create easy-to-follow tutorials for simple, stylish projects that showcase valuable tips and tricks. Founder of LoveSewing magazine, Denise is also a brand spokesperson, TV host, author and magazine editor. Get inspired to create your very own projects with personalized style. Learn more about Denise at denisewild.com or follow her on Facebook at @medenisewild.

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