The author explains the purposes of 26 of the most common attachments and demonstrates how to use them. Where one attachment may look and work differently from the same attachment from a different manufacturer, the author demonstrates how they both work. Where one attachment has multiple uses, the author demonstrates all of them. Beginner to advanced sewers and crafters will learn what the 'experts' know - their sewing machine attachments make easy work of seemingly difficult techniques. Sewers will learn new techniques they may not have tried, and they will learn quicker, easier ways to accomplish familiar tasks. About the Author Charlene Phillips owns and operates The Sew Box where she collects and sells used machines and attachments, as well as provides history on various vintage machines. She has run a successful seamstress business for over 10 years. She is also an educator, teaching sewing and quilting.