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Changing sewing feet

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Suggest checking the user manual. Manuals can be viewed, downloaded, or printed at http://www.manuals.husqvarnaviking.com

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fortunately manufacturers take a long time to change walking feet so go to a janome sewing machine repair shop and they may have one that covers a range of years

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It is most likely the presser foot you are trying to install was not made for your machine. There are so many machines available and most of those machines have their own presser feet, which are not interchangeable. Unfortunately, even a Singer presser foot is not interchangeable with other Singers. Some have screw attachments, others have lever attachments, some have long shanks, others have short, some are straight, others are slanted. You need to figure out what style presser foot your machine takes and then search for either the presser feet that fit or a shank adapter that you can then use snap-on feet (kits are available on eBay).

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

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Perhaps you need a manual for your machine. Search the internet for:

Make + Model + the word "Manual"

or contact the manufacturer.

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

If you have the manual, it should show you how to change the presser feet.

SINGER Instruction Manual pdf model 628

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There may be other videos here that would be helpful.

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No longer have my manual for my euro-pro model 6131 need to see how to use different feet


You don't need the manual for that, although its always very helpful. www.Sewusa.com have a manual for the 6130 but I dont know how close that is to your machine, but you could certainly email them and ask. Or contact the local Euro-Pro dealership may well be the easiest solution.

Different feet are for different techniques and any good sewing techniques guide book should help you through.

Here is a good website on sewing feet.
http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/2009/06/feet-feet-feet/

If you are assembling garments then you will still use the standard pressure foot for 90% of the work. You would change to use the zipper foot to put in zips, maybe the blind hemming foot to turn up straight edge fabric (can't use on curved hems very well unless its a knit) or a rolled hem foot for turning in a small edge and stitching it. And of course the buttonhole foot, for getting nice neat buttonholes.

Your machine's accessories case may have these feet and a few others.
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There will be several zipper feet available at any of the sewing machine stores. You can either take the broken foot with you (or another foot for the machine) or note the shank length and the bar length on the foot. I believe the White uses a low shank foot. In that case, you would get a foot that is designed as a low shank foot (assuming the bar isn't narrower than your current foot), and it will work.

The common Foot styles are low, high and slant.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(you can also order sewing machine feet online but you need to know the style of how the foot connects to the machine. The easiest way to do that is to compare it to similar feet in a local store. Most of the online vendors will list the machine brands that are compatible with a given foot. However, I know that Husqvarna low shank feet have changed width over the past 30 years and thus not all of the feet from a new machine are mutually compatible with those for an older machine. So I wouldn't guarantee the match without seeing the feet side by side.)

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Go to www.singerco.com and under customer service you can download a free manual. You will see on page 11 how to change your presser feet, snap on and regular screw on.

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