Presser foot for eyelet embroidery #92 is a free-motion foot for embroidering attractive eyelets as well as for functional decorative purposes.
Like Darning foot #9, the eyelet embroidery foot doesn’t press the fabric to the feed dog during the embroidery process – instead, the vertical spring movement of the the presser foot (hopper mechanism) holds the fabric down during stitching, preventing the fabric from “flagging” or riding up with the needle.
Presser foot for eyelet embroidery #92 is the designated companion to Eyelet embroidery attachment #82. Together, and with the aid of various awls and punches, they’ll enable you to punch holes in all types and thicknesses of fabric.
TIP: We recommend you punch holes of slightly smaller diameter than the desired diameter of the finished eyelets.