I can’t say enough good things about the Curve Master. I was at a sewing get together with all my pieces cut out for a Drunkard’s Path quilt. I was struggling to get the pieces sewn together evenly. Pinning didn’t help me. I was just not getting a smooth even result. We left to attend a small quilt show in Kerrville, Texas. One of the vendors there was demonstrating the Curve Master – talk about good timing. I couldn’t get my wallet out fast enough. When my friends and I went back to our sewing, I whipped out the blocks with ease.
You can see the cut pieces. It looks like they will never fit, but they do. The sewn block is not trimmed. They fit together perfectly. The foot has a built in 1/4” seam guide. It is at the right bottom of the picture. You hold the top curved piece lightly with your thumb and index finger slightly up from the bottom fabric. As long as you don’t stretch either fabric, they will join evenly. At the end, do need to hold the upper fabric with bent-tip tweezers so it will go into place perfectly. There is no pinning or marking. They have adapters included for most any machine, even slant needle machines. Do yourself a favor and check out their website.
The website for this product is www.curvemaster.biz