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No I need to order a part for my Brother CS6000t sewing machine with quilting attachments. I need the main presser foot. Please let me know where to order from and how much the part is thank you email address is

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Even if the foot you need is not listed, just check with me, I have lots that aren't listed.

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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.)

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I have a white rotary 75 and I'm looking to fmq on it is there a presser foot bar on a singer that I can change out in order to use a quilting foot?

If you know which presser foot shank your machine has, you can purchase a darning or FMQ foot that fit your machine without having to manipulate Singer parts.

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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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Bobbin thread will not catch unless the foot is down?

Ashleigh--Your machine will work satisfactorily ONLY if the presser foot is down. When the presser foot is up, the tension disk is released, therefore, no tension = a big knot of thread.

To free motion quilt, you should drop the feed dogs. Install a darning foot (this foot is shorter in length so when it is lowered, there is a space between the presser foot and needle plate). The space allows the fabric to be moved easily while stitching.

Some sewists will free motion quilt without a presser foot (if they don't have a darning foot), but that is very dangerous as one can easily sew through a finger. However, even when sewing without a presser foot, the presser foot mechanism needs to be lowered in order to properly form stitches.

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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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What foot should i use for quilting. i have a brother vx-1435

Your best option will be a "walking" or "even feed" foot. Your Brother dealer should have them in stock.

Mar 02, 2015 | Brother Sewing Machines

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Brother cs6000i thread tension issue

Logically, the top thread should not be affected by a walking foot as the thread operates independently of the presser foot.

Suggest removing the top thread totally from the machine. ALWAYS RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning. Verify the thread path is correct.

Check that your walking foot is installed correctly--the fork-shaped piece needs to encircle the needle clamp screw.

If you continue to experience problems with the walking foot but none of the other feet, recommend contacting a Brother technician.

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How to adjust the tension of the presser foot on a brother sewing machine model ls-2220? I am trying to lighten the pressure of the presser foot for machine quilting.

You are not actually able to adjust the presser foot. For quilting you should pick up a "free motion" foot pedal made specifically for that. They run on e-bay for roughly $10-$20. Make sure you get one that fits your type of machine.

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I have a Brother LS 15 sewing machine

raise presser foot to highest level pulling wheel toward you(counterclockwise) release the foot assembly with the lever at the back of the foot holder assembly place you quilting foot in line with the slot on the shank lower the presser foot lever on the shank if it is where it should be the bar will snap in and you should hear an audiable click or snap let me know if this helps
thanks amy

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