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I recently moved and the assessory attachment with all of the sewing feet has been lost. Do you know how I can get a replacement? And can I use the embroidery hoop attachment to simply sew straight stitches (since I don't have the other feet or attachment). Please advise. I have the Brother PC 8500 Pacesetter embroidery/sewing maching

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You can't "sew" with the embroidery hoop on. You can email Ron at or contact Wendy at

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