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I need to buy the part that wholes down the material for you to sew. I don't think it is the zipper foot it is called something else. I need to know so that I can get a new part. Vickey Ellis

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There are many feet but your probably talking about a standard zigzag foot.

Posted on Sep 05, 2009

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


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Feb 27, 2017 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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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.

Jul 07, 2012 | Singer Inspiration 4205 Mechanical Sewing...

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Have lost the zipper foot for a pfaff hobbymatic 939 The instruction manual I got with the machine is for a hobbymatic 947 and it looks exactly so I'm guessing the zipper foot would be the same. where...


You should be able to buy another foot, but you'll need to know if it is a high shank or a clip on style. Try this link to www.sewingpartsonline.com http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/pfaff-sewing-machine-presser-feet.aspx they have two invisible zipper feet and two clip on ones. Don't mention your model but you should be able to email and ask if you aren't sure. I'd expect that the feet would be interchangeable between the models in the same era as yours. Just ignore the long funny shaped feet, they are for Pfaff sergers.

Oct 07, 2011 | PfaFF Creative 7570

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Have brother sewing machine sc9500. Need invisible zipper foot. Don't know which kind to get.


My invisible zipper foot is a plastic generic one which was describd as being "low shank" and it works fine on three different Elnas I own.

I would have thought your machine was a low shank style too, there is a fair bit of similarity between feet with low shank clip on style. So if your feet clip on and off the shank, then you should be able to clip on another type of foot too.

if you try this link http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sewing-machine-presser-feet.aspx

then go through to the page for the foot attachment system that looks like yours you might be able to establish which one you need. THere is a brother high shank invisble foot listed, and an alternative part number. I jcan't see a Brother SC9500 machine listed so you might need to do a bit of elimination.

You could also email sewingpartsonline.com and ask them to help you identify the right foot.

Jul 12, 2011 | Brother Sewing Machines

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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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How to use a zipper foot please? I have lost instructions and have no idea which is the zipper foot or how to use it can you help please.


  1. Step 1 To prepare the fabric for a centered zipper application, use the standard presser foot to baste the opening of the fabric shut using 5/8 inch seam allowance. Press the seam allowance open. Place the zipper teeth side down on the seam allowance and pin the zipper to the seam allowance only.
  2. Step 2 Release the standard presser foot from your machine. There may be a button or lever behind the foot that you need to press. Put the standard foot in its holder or someplace where it won’t get lost.
  3. Step 3 Decide which side of the machine you want to attach the zipper foot to. Zipper feet are asymmetrical, with one side that’s wider than the other. You’ll want to put the narrow side toward the zipper teeth, and the wider side away from the zipper teeth.
  4. Step 4 Attach the zipper foot to the sewing machine. You may need to line up the bar on the zipper foot with the presser foot holder, then lower the presser foot by lowering the lever. Raise the presser foot and make sure the zipper foot is securely attached.
  5. Step 5 Place the prepared fabric with the pinned zipper in the sewing machine. Lower the needle into the zipper tape and the seam allowance only, then lower the zipper foot. Stitch the zipper tape to the seam allowance. To sew the other side of the zipper to the seam allowance, remove the zipper foot from the sewing machine and install it on the other side of the presser foot holder.
  6. Step 6 Topstitch the outside of the fabric to each side of the zipper tape, making sure that the zipper foot is on the appropriate side of the machine for each side. Remove the basting with a seam ripper.

Jun 19, 2009 | Janome Harmony 2039 Mechanical Sewing...

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I need a zipper foot


Go to any sewing machine store and buy a LOW SHANK adjustable zipper foot.This foot will screw on and fits almost everything. Yes, it's an older machine but you can still get most parts for it. Especially feet.I think this machine has snap on feet, so If you want an original foot take the ankle with you when you go to the shop to buy it.
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May 15, 2009 | Singer 7462 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Missing part of sewing machine


That should be your foot I'm guessing?!? The machine should have come with several?!? Like, a zipper foot, button hole foot etc. Mine (Janome SX 2122) are stored in my machine, in the top section where you load the thread. , you can use one of the others. Mine also has a spare basic foot...have a look and see if it's there either in or with your machine or with some of the extra parts it should have come with (may run into troubles if it's second-hand though...as you may not even have all of the parts)...if you don't have a basic foot you can often just use one of the other feet (like a zipper foot or something), which may not quite hold the material down, depending on what you're sewing, at least until you get a chance to get another basic foot...which you can get from any store that sells material or sewing machines. Hope that helps :)

Feb 18, 2009 | Brother Sewing Machines

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