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Thread: Binding Foot

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    Senior Member snow's Avatar
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    Binding Foot

    Hi, I have a binding foot for my machine, Can't figure out how to do the corners with this food, for it sews the binding on the front and back at the same time, But when it comes to the coners you can't miter it with both side sew together, I have try to you tube this problem but the video never gets that far. Does any one use one of these foot.
    Last edited by snow; 11-11-2011 at 02:18 PM.

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    Super Member jitkaau's Avatar
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    The only way I have use it is to have a curved corner and so it is a gentle curve around to the next side.

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    What kind of machine are you sewing one

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    I have a binding foot. You sew up to the corner. Stop adjust the corner. Skip it and sew the sides. When done you go back and sew the corners with your regular foot. To me it was to much trouble. I use a regular foot to do the whole thing. Maybe someone will have a different method. I'll be watching and hoping to learn something new.
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    I have a Brother Innovs'1200

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