Which SewTites Model Should I Buy?
You've heard of SewTites and that they are useful for a variety of sewing uses, including English Paper Piecing, embroidery, bagmaking, garment making, and more – but you're not sure which ones you should buy for how you sew.
So, we've put together the following guide to help you decide which model(s) are right for you and the way you sew.
Which SewTites to Use for Hand Sewing
Which SewTites to Use for Bagmaking
Which SewTites to Use for Embroidery
Both have stronger magnets in them than the Originals and the Minis are a smaller size, so they work great for smaller hoops.
If you embroider super thick towels or multiple layers of thicker materials together, go with the HDs, since they’re our biggest and strongest model.
If you embroider materials that aren’t as thick, go with the Minis – they won’t stick to your metal throat plate. (People love the Originals for embroidery too, the Minis are just slightly narrower and work better in smaller hoops.)
Which SewTites to Use for Garment Making
If you sew lots of thick materials together, go with the HDs.
If you stick to just a couple, do the Originals, because you don’t want the residual magnetic force to stick to your metal throat plate and make the magnet come off while you're in the middle of sewing.
Which SewTites to Use if You Sew All the Things
If you do all the things, we recommend our SewTites Mixer pack. It has our Original, Dots, and Minis in one package.
The 3-pack is a good sampler to start out with, the 15-pack is great for those who already know how much these little biddies will come in handy with all the things and want the best price.
Tack on an SewTites HD pack and you’ll have all the models for all the sewing!
Still Not Sure Which Model to Buy?
If you still aren’t sure which model is right for you, just shoot us an email with what kind of sewing you do most (or all of the sewing you do) and which model(s) you’re debating between and we’ll be glad to help!
Otherwise, get the model(s) you want now.