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Thread: It holds my pedal in place!

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    I was forever chasing my pedal, and I finally run a couple strips of hot glue on the bottom of the pedal let it dry overnight and no more slip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stillclock View Post
    oh i hope this thread gets a load of answers because i have been waiting for it my whole sewing life....

    aileen of the toe grab pedal reposition
    We must have sister feet, I am also queen of the toe grab pedal reposition.

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    [QUOTE=Lyncat
    Originally Posted by stillclock
    oh i hope this thread gets a load of answers because i have been waiting for it my whole sewing life....

    aileen of the toe grab pedal reposition
    We must have sister feet, I am also queen of the toe grab pedal reposition.

    Lyncat: May I join your club? The Toe Grab Pedal Reposition I love it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theodora View Post
    I finally found a product that keeps my sewing machine pedal from scooting away. It's made to stick on the dashboard to hold your cellphone. For just $8 I can finally know where that pesky pedal is all day. The only catch is that it won't stick on a carpet. I found mine at the local shipping business, but I bet they're available at office supply stores.
    Ihave a cheap computer chair mat under sewing table. works great for chair and placed pedal in rhe right spot traced out line and cut out. fits perfic never moves. makes easy clean ups with a broom. thread clipping and all. great on carpet and hard wood,even concrete. chair sets on mat can't move.Just move the mat to readjust pedal
    Fredwtb3........ Friendship and Love is the only cement that will ever hold this world together.

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    I cover it up
    Fredwtb3........ Friendship and Love is the only cement that will ever hold this world together.

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    Thanks for all the great ideas. I have carpet and get frustrated chasing my foot pedal. I'm going to try each of the ideas til I find the one that works best for me.
    ShirleyD

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    i adore this place. just sayin'

    aileen

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    Thanks for the tip. I'm going to try the command strips.

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    it was nice to catch this thread. my traveling foot pedal is always moving. was reading each suggestion, and liked the waffly shelf lining, but i do already have extra waffly rug padding. and one has the extra folded back under the rug. well the rug is going to donate a piece of it for my foot pedal tomorrow morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom View Post
    I bought some of that rubbery shelf liner that comes in rolls. I didn't like it for my kitchen shelves because the dishes wouldn't slide in and out but it works very well for my foot pedal. I have vinyl planking floors.
    How did you attach it to the foot pedal?

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