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Does CS-600i come with a quilting foot?

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If you didn't get the Quilting package with it, you will have to purchase a 1/4" foot. Hope this helps.

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Pfaff 113 want to free motion quilt the foot will not allow me to se. I even took the screw for adjusting preasure all the way out and it still has too much preassure


Sounds like perhaps you have the incorrect foot. Did you perhaps purchase a quilting foot (used for piecing)? A free motion foot is actually shorter in height so it will not contact the feed dogs or needle plate. It is this added space that allows the fabric to be moved freely under the foot. Also, be sure to drop the feed dogs.

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If the presser foot is still too long, perhaps the shank is not correct for your machine. Sorry, am unable to locate information re your particular model.

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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.

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How do I stitch in the ditch for 103 a straight line of 103 inches without wavering.


I draw a line on the fabric with a sharpened bar of soap. then hold the fabric as far away from the needle as you can. It will help you stay straight.

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What is presser foot 37 for


The Bernina foot 37 is called the 'Patchwork Foot'. It is very useful in piecing quilt tops as the foot features an accurate 1/4" and 1/8" on both sides of the needle. It also has a 1/4" guide in front and behind the needle to allow accurate 1/4" stops and starts from the end of the pieces being stitched together.
An excellent reference guide is available on line at: http://berninainstitches.com/pdfs/Bernina_Presser_Feet_Guide.pdf

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My Janome 6600 is having a hard time going over seams during piecing of a quilt.


try changing the needle
also try to adjust the tension on the presser foot bar, if your machine has one

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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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I WOULD LIKE TO TRY MACHINE QUILTING WITH MY ROSE MACHINE. DO I NEED A SPECIAL FOOT ATTACHMENT OR COMPUTER CARD?


If you want to piece quilts, I recommend a 1/4" piecing foot. Husqvarna make several different types that may be used on the Rose.
If you want a dual feed or walking foot, check out the new Interchangeable Dual Feed foot.
You only use card with the Rose for embroidery, which you can do on a quilt, but not necessary.

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I have a White 955 machine and I am trying to quilt with it. It works just fine when I am sewing just one piece of material to another but when I want to sew the layers of the quilt together the stitches...


I know this is strange, but make sure the pressure foot is down. When I quilt sometimes, after getting the bulk under the needle, I forget to put the pressure foot down or it get's knocked back up by the quilt and causes the same problem. Good luck.

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