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Thread: is this another "gotta have/probably won't use much" Notion?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sculpyfan
    Like many others I got my creative feet many years and put them aside as something else came along to interest me. I saw the post, saw the video and like so many said "I want them". Luckily parts of my life is organized and I found them. I had been wanting a 1/4 inch foot for my new quilting obsession. Put the satin stitch on and Yeah a perfect 1/4 inch. I will play with them some more and go back to watch more videos but am thrilled at my "new" toy.
    OH MY I absolutely LOVE that cat pic!!! Too cute ;)

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    For those of you that were concerned about price, the feet are now 20% off if you enter the coupon cf1020 into the cart.

    I wish you all a warm and fuzzy Holiday Season full of perfectly sewn quilts :)

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    Has anyone who had these gotten them out and used them?
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    Any time you want to do couching or run ribbons and beads as an embellishment, it requires a foot that has a grove in it. These feet are designed for that purpose. I'd say that it is a handy foot to have IF you do that type of embellishments. If not, it's a waste of money.
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    Have some of the originals. Used the same feet on every low shank machine I had until I went back to Pfaff. Pfaff has the equivalent feet, some with cutout for IDT,

    Originally bought for Pfaff 1471. Used on Viking Rose, Viking 1+, Brother PC6500, and Babylock Ellure. They do work and do well for machines that don't have the special feet you want.

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    I have seen her demo them and I was really intrigued with the foot that fits curves together. I think it may have been less that $30---but please don't quote me.

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