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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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Please all deales joname model no 5002 this is part all joname sewing machine work


Are you looking for the free motion quilting foot for a Janome?
Here is a link to pictures on the internet; I find not parts for a Janome 5002, only 5001. You need to contact Janome's Service on the Internet.

janome quilting foot free motion quilting Google Search

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Hello dear


have you tried changing the needle?
have you tried adjusting the top thread tension?
it might be the needle and the thread are not compatable,, the needle may be to light for the thread.
if the suggestions don't help, sew on the sewing machine till it makes the loop and then stop the machine and take it to the repair man and let him see the loop and then ask him why it's making the loop.

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Where do I place the oil in the Janome 2030 QDC Sewing Machine


On any movin g poart that you can see or get to.

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Janome 2030 QDC How to predict whether the buttonhole (24) will start forward or backward? I power off the machine and reselect stitch 24 and move the buttonhole presser foot to the start position every...


does it sew buttonholes both ways?

My Janome 6500 always buttonholes away from me, so when it starts, it sews the near bartack, then stitches backwards down the right hand side of the buttonhole. It then comes back with little straight stiches on other side and sews the zigzag backwards on the left side, then the far bar tack. I would have thought your Janome would do the same stitch sequence.

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Does a Brother walking (quilting) foot fit a Janome 625e? If so how do I attach it?


More than likely. You mount the walking in place of the regular foot. You just have to attach the fork over the needle clamp screw at the same time.

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Attaching quilting foot


Can tell you how this works on my sewing machines that have the snap-on feet.

You have to remove the adapter for the snap-ons and then the attach the darning/quilting foot with the screw that holds the adapter to the shaft.

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Quilting on Janome MC 4000


I have a MC4000 and a manual. To raise or drop the feed dog, remove the accessory box and feel at the back of the free arm there is a lever that will slide left or right to raise or lower the feed dog. I am not a quilter, but the manual says to use foot A (zigzag foot) and accessory L (quilter) which appears to be a guide. Cheers, Deb, Townsville, Australia

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Janome now has a darning foot ie it looks like an embroidery foot with a spring designed for the 1600 models. It is metal with a ring where the needle goes down through it. I removed the plastic lens inside the ring and this seems to have resolved the problem.

I usually pull my threads to the top so I can see where they are and not getting tangled underneath.
There are several good groups on Yahoo groups which offer support for starting out on quilting

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