Edge joining and edge stitching feet work together … Jill calls them "sister feet" because they help with similar techniques, but each has its own specialty. Get your hands on them, making samples both decorative and practical, while you learn exactly which foot to use when, why and how. You’ll explore how the edge joining foot helps with classic and mini-tucks, flipped tucks, stitch-in-the-ditch for sewing construction and quilting, free motion “in the ditch” quilting and the actual edge joining of fabrics, laces, ribbon, braids and trims. The edge stitching foot aides with wide tucks, variable tucks, wing needle hemming, topstitching with needle position changes, decorative topstitching and outline quilting. All that and two bonus edging effects, too!