Learn how to sew an invisible zipper with an invisible zipper foot. The foot takes the guesswork out of sewing it and creates a beautifully straight line. I often prefer to stay away from zippers, if possible, but when I insert a zipper into skirts or dresses I always choose an invisible zipper. I think they are the easiest zipper to sew, and they look so professional. Learn how to sew an invisible zipper with an invisible zipper foot to make it just a little bit easier.
Sewing often requires fasteners one of which used to always scare me: the zipper. At some point in your sewing practice you will have to insert a zipper, and it doesn’t have to be that scary. (I have to keep telling myself that!) Learn how to sew a zipper! If you are learning how to sew, you can start with sewing 101 for beginners!
Would you like to know how to sew an invisible zipper fast and simple? Are you intimidated by sewing the invisible zipper? Let me show you the fastest and easiest way to insert an invisible zip that eliminates the need for pins and basting. You don’t need to fumble with pins, baste the zipper or press the zipper teeth flat before starting. This technique will help you to eliminate common problems and get professional results that you will be proud to show off.
An invisible zipper looks really nice on clothing but what if you don’t have an invisible zipper foot for your sewing machine? You can sew an invisible zipper without an invisible zipper foot. I love the look of invisible zippers. When I started working at a tailor shop back in college my boss taught me this trick. We were using industrial sewing machines and couldn’t use an invisible zipper foot with them. I’ve only use this sewing hack with invisible zippers since then.