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Thread: Foot to use for rag quilt?

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    I don't know whether to use my regular foot or walking foot.. I would guess walking foot, but don't know , because the edges do not have batting, then you hit the batting to go across.

    Any help appreciated.

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    I would use my walking foot. With the strtchy flannel and layer of batting and then when you join 4 layers of flannel...Yeah, sounds like a walking foot project for sure!

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    Super Member judy_68's Avatar
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    I just use my regular foot but I use that foot for almost everything I do so far. The walking foot would probably work better. The thing I really like about rag quilts is that they don't have to be perfect... well, at least mind dont have to be.
    Judy in Ohio

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    i have used my regular foot, with no problems, i haven't found that the fabric shifts..
    good luck, and be sure to show us a picture!

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