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It depends on the name and model number of the sewing machine
some have universal parts and some don't.

Posted on Dec 12, 2012

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Does the singer 533 have either a walking foot, a patchwork foot, or a quilting foot


You should be able to find some, if not all, of the presser feet you mention. You just need to determine what shank your machine has and make sure the presser feet you purchase have that same shank. (You may even have a snap-on adapter for your machine, so you just need to order the snap-on feet you want.)

http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sewing-machine-presser-feet.aspx

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I want to free hand machine quilt - but it won't work when I drop the foot


You need an embroidery foot, that doesn't lay on the fabric like a normal foot and allows free motion of the fabric. If you are using one, be sure it is the appropriate foot for your machine and that you have pushed the appropriate button or place on your machine so that the machine will place the foot in the correct position.

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Can the presser foot be raised slightly on pfaff tiptronic 2030 to facilitate free motion quilting? There is not enough clearance with feed dogs down to freely move material to quilt. Thank you.


You need a special foot for free motion quilting--it is slightly shorter in height than a regular presser foot, which essentially provides space between the presser foot and the needle plate to manually move the fabric. Sometimes machines came with a standard darning foot accessory. Your Pfaff dealer probably has at least one style in stock. But there are other specialty feet you can probably use, ie Big Foot, clear free motion foot, C-shaped, oval, etc. You can also purchase a shank adapter (verify it is the correct shank for your machine) and use it with a kit of snap-on presser feet so you can have a variety of presser feet for different functions.

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Where can I purchase a quilting foot for this machine in Louisville KY.


you can try a sewing machine store in your area or you could buy one from online, try these sites, sewvacdoctor.com and sewingpartsonline.com

Feb 11, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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How do I avoid breaking a needle on a 26 foot beginning a free motion project after programing the foot choice and lowering the foot?


#26 is an embroidery foot. Why are you using an embroidery foot for free motion quilting? A #24 free motion embroidery foot will work but not the #26. Try using a darning foot that is just a smidgen shorter so there is space between it and the needleplate for you to freely move the fabric. (Adding a Supreme Slider sheet to the work surface of your machine helps make the fabric glide much smoother.) A standard presser foot is made to press the fabric against the feed dogs so the feed dogs will move the fabric. When free motion quilting, you would drop the feed dogs and move the material with your hands.

Depends which model Bernina you have (new or old style presser feet), which will work on your machine. There are also many generic darning/FMQ feet available that will work on your machine.

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Quilting and patchwork foot with attached shank


Probably, but since we don't know the model, we can't help you much.

You can search the internet for your make and model machine and search for a 1/4" presser foot. You'll most likely find one piece presser feet or even snap-on feet where you purchase the shank adapter and then separate presser feet that attach to the shank.

You can also check with your local Pfaff dealer.
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Are quilting feet universal for Brother sewing machines/


are you needing a quilting foot for the brother sewing machine?
some sewing machine do use universal parts and some don't.
it really depends on the name of the sewing machine and the model
number. some parts you can get from a sewing machine's part
store and others you have to go thru a dealer.

Dec 12, 2012 | Brother Sewing Machines

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I have an old EuroPro Sewing Machine and lost the user manual years ago.I am trying to figure which accessories to use for quilting. Can you tell which accessory and where it goes and other recommendations...


Try this website, it has lots of good info on feet and where you would use them. http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/06/feet-feet-feet/ This should help you identify the feet youve got. Many machines will have a zig zag foot with room for the needle to swing, a zipper foot, a blind hem foot and a buttonhole foot as a basic selection. There are lots of others too for specialised techniques such as rolled hem, overcasting or tuffting.

For Quilting though you actually can get away with just a straight stitch foot to piece the fabric and a walking foot if you are going to machine stitch the layers and batting together. This is a walking foot.
tally_girl_73.jpg Having a quarter inch foot is very handy to achieve perfect 1/4" seams for piecing.tally_girl_74.jpg
Lastly, if you want to try stippling or free motion quilting, you'll need a special foot, and it will probably look a little like this.


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To purchase you could try www.sewingpartsonline.com.

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How to use quilting feet for designer se


There is a manual for how to use all the husqavarna sewing feet. The old book had a pinkish cover. Check with a dealer or do more checking on line for a copy.

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