Question about Janome Memory Craft 4000 Sewing Machine
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.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do I attach a walking foot
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Posted on Mar 02, 2008
SOURCE: Singer 7430
I have a new machine. This is the second the first had the same problem so I exchanged it. It worked fine on 1 project on both machines the next the time it did the following. When sewing stich #8 which is a zig-zag stitch with a straight line on one side, I get the #8 stitch on one the bottom side and the #13 stitch on the top side. I have read the manual, also re-wound the bobbin twice re-threaded the machine twice and changed the needle none of these worked. Do you have any suggestions.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
SOURCE: machine quilting
Difficult to be definitive without specific model information, but......
Generally a "walking foot" will suit this best, as it grips the work on both sides and moves it all through evenly, using an ordinary style foot may mean the layers of fabric and batting shift relative to each other and bunching uneven results will occur, even with careful ststegic pinning.......speak to the dealer for your brand and quote the model you have to ask if they can supply one to suit.
As a guide, a Janome walking foot in Australi is around $AUD 65 retail
NOTE: Not all machines are able to take these feet, especially older and low end models.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
You have to unscrew the presser foot, then attach the WF, using the same screw.
Make sure the lever on the WF rests on top of the needle bar clamp.
Some WF have a two prong lever and this fits around the needle clamp like a lobster claw.
Posted on May 22, 2010
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