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Finger Presser for Seams

Finger Presser for Seams

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This finger presser is designed to make marking, pressing seams, and turning sewing projects as easy as possible for you.

Use it for a quick cold press for your quilt blocks or small sewing projects. Just rub the flat head of the tool along the seam. The friction causes enough heat to get a nice press. The dimple on top guarantees proper finger placement which not only ensures accuracy, but also the right amount of pressure. The pointy tip is perfect for use along curved or long straight seams.


No more running to your ironing board every 2 seconds. This finger presser acts like a lightweight portable iron!

With this tool, you avoid grease or dirt from your finger transferring to the fabric which can happen if you are using your finger to press.


Whether you are creating patchwork masterpieces, clothes, pencil cases, or very detailed quilts, pressing seams is important, and this little tool can help. It’s a true must-have in any seamstress, crafter, or quilters tool kit.

Established in March of 2017 by brothers Mark and Richard Fiers, Madam Sew has grown to be more than just a store. We strive to build a community of sewers alike where people can get inspired by, and persue ideas with like-minded people. Our customers share inspiration, successes, & challenges with fellow sewing enthusiasts worldwide.

With over 100,000 orders successfully shipped and thousands of perfect five star reviews, we take great pride in the quality of our products.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
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Linda Flaig

I like it. Helps flattening seams so I can press them. I have been making aprons so I use it to help flatten the seams on the ties so I can press the. Thanks.

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Arlene Creel

Not easy to use in my opinion.

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AnotherTennesseeDolly
I finally got the hang of this FINGER PRESSER !

I wasn't happy with this when I first tried it, so I started just using it as a stiletto to guide the end of seams as they got nearer to the presser foot.
But yesterday, I somehow picked it up differently and began holding it as you would a pencil, and that's when I found that to be the perfect angle for pressing the seams open !
I use one corner of the wide flat edge to go into the closed seam and let me get my finger in to open it; then, holding it like a pencil with my first finger in the oval indentation, I scratch the point along the seam just a bit at a time, and, VOILA, flat opened seam !

J
Joyce Engstrom

Pleased with what I have gotten. Just waiting for BIG sale on blades

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Diane Spoerl
Finger presser

The finger presser works very well. I purchased an extra for a friend. She too liked it. The tool is a must in my sewing room.

Five stars no problem

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
78%
(18)
17%
(4)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
L
Linda Flaig

I like it. Helps flattening seams so I can press them. I have been making aprons so I use it to help flatten the seams on the ties so I can press the. Thanks.

A
Arlene Creel

Not easy to use in my opinion.

A
AnotherTennesseeDolly
I finally got the hang of this FINGER PRESSER !

I wasn't happy with this when I first tried it, so I started just using it as a stiletto to guide the end of seams as they got nearer to the presser foot.
But yesterday, I somehow picked it up differently and began holding it as you would a pencil, and that's when I found that to be the perfect angle for pressing the seams open !
I use one corner of the wide flat edge to go into the closed seam and let me get my finger in to open it; then, holding it like a pencil with my first finger in the oval indentation, I scratch the point along the seam just a bit at a time, and, VOILA, flat opened seam !

J
Joyce Engstrom

Pleased with what I have gotten. Just waiting for BIG sale on blades

D
Diane Spoerl
Finger presser

The finger presser works very well. I purchased an extra for a friend. She too liked it. The tool is a must in my sewing room.

Five stars no problem

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