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What foot comes with Bush 460/2301?

Help. My Bush 430 seems to come with a variety of feet (zipper foot, buttonhole foot) but not a regular one that I can get to fit. Is there a technique I am missing? Just been to a dressmaking class - no one could solve my problem. What am I doing wrong and what does the regular foot look like?

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You'll have to contact the people you bought the machine from to find out about the presser foot, that's the one you use for regular sewing.

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I need a zipper foot for my Pfaff 1047. Where cn I find one?


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E99670 short shank, or snap on presser feet?


Make sure--Does the machine take a short shank presser foot? If so, you can replace it with a short shank zig-zag presser foot. You can probably go to a regular sewing machine repair shop and find a replacement presser foot.

**NOTE--the links below are examples of what is available. I cannot vouch for these vendors as I've never purchased from them. Do your own due diligence before purchasing!!!

Here's an open toe presser foot:
Open Toe embroidery satin stitch foot Low Short Shank Babylock Bro White...

or a regular zig-zag foot:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-ZIGZAG-FOOT-Fits-Singer-Pffaff-Other-Mfrs-Low-Short-Shank-Apps-MPN-C24-/401237995786?hash=item5d6ba5f10a:g:8UcAAOSweWVXcubS

OR you can buy a short shank adapter and a kit of snap-on presser feet that will give you a big variety of different kinds of presser feet, probably including a zipper foot, hemmer foot, 1/4" quilting foot, darning foot, teflon foot, etc....(probably more than she will ever use!) The snap-on kits are available online, try eBay or some of the other sites. They most likely are not Singer brand, but are most likely generic. However, if your granddaughter is just learning, this may be the broadest variety of choices.

These are examples of snap-on presser feet available.

Snap-on Adapter example (most kits do not include the adapter):
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Low-Shank-Presser-Foot-Holder-Adapter-Snap-on-Singer-Kenmore-Juki-Elna-Janome-/222013366993?hash=item33b10722d1:g:Sa0AAOSwJb9WsRpp

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42 PCS Domestic Sewing Machine Foot Feet Snap On For Brother Singer Set...

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Need to find Zipper foot for my mom. She is 80 years old and loves her machine


try http://www.sewingmachinesplus.com/sewing-feet.php they have a huge variety of machines and accessories and should be able to match one for you

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How to attach zipper foot on singer inspiration


Here is a copy of your manual.
http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/498_4205_4210.pdf

Most modern machines have snap off and snap on feet. Grasp the foot that is on there and push down. Then while lowering the foot, align the little bar on the zipper foot and watch it snap in. Easy.

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This machine uses 'New style' snap on feet. The reason it is 'new' is because old style Bernina feet are the complete foot, whereas new style you just 'snap on' the foot base.

Ebay is the best place to find original Bernina feet at very reasonable prices. I recently purchased a solid steel 'old style' foot from UK for U.S. $28.

When purchasing zipper feet, decide if you want regular zipper foot or invisible zipper foot. Often it is cheaper to order both at the same time, due to S&H fees.

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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.
You may find sufficient info at www.sewing.about.com on where and how to use these feet.

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I have 2 necchi sewing machines & have the following feet
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3.buttonhole foot

sewingpartsonline.com has necchi parts

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What are he different feet used for?


The main types of feet are:
1. ZigZag foot. This has a wide gap for the needle to move from side to side and the two pointy ends of the feet curve upwards. This is used for ZigZag and decorative stitches,
2. Straight Stitch foot. This has a small round gap and one side is usually wider than the other. It's used for straight stitching.
3. Rolled-Hem foot. This has a spiral in the middle and is used for rolling and sewing hems neatly.
4. Zipper Foot. This has no gap as the needle goes to one side or the other of the foot. It usually has two attachment points for snapping on to the shank, depending on which side of the zipper you are sewing.
5. Invisble Hem foot. Used for making invisible hems. It's hard to describe how it looks. Mine has extra white plastic parts around it and some kind of screw to make adjustments as to width etc.
6. Buttonhole foot. My buttonhole foot is white and has numbers along one edge. The size of the buttonhole can be altered, using the numbers as a guide.
7. Edging foot. This has a strip of springy metal on the left side and is used to guide the material into the path of the needle in order to sew close to the edge to prevent fraying.
8. Rolling foot. This has rollers and is useful for sewing thicker materials or quilts etc. It is similar, but not as good as a walking foot.
9. You might also have a Teflon ZigZag foot, it's the same as the zigzag foot but made of white plastic. It's used for sewing vinyl and leather materials.
I think that's it, hope this helps!

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Every thing is missing


Go to www.managemyhome.com and you can download a free manual there. That will give you the directions to operate the machine as well as the Parts Numbers for any accessories you may want. I bought this same machine a few weeks ago. I have tested out almost every stitch on it, & almost the only 2 presser feet I have needed have been the Zigzag Foot (A) and the Satin Stitch Foot (F). Of course, if you want to do buttonholes or zippers, you will want hte Buttonhole Foot (R) and the Zipper Foot (E). Parts Numbers for ordering are listed for every part on page 6 of the manual. Good luck!

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