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Thread: IDT

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    I would like to know the pros and cons why some people like them and others do not, just curious what the fuss is all about

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    Give me a hint ... what's IDT? ;)

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    Senior Member MIJul's Avatar
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    Having had 3 machines without it and now have one with, I will continue to choose one with. I LOVE not having to attach a special foot for even-feed quilting (and it never worked all that great to begin with). Now, it's always there and always working perfectly. LOVE it. (Did I say that already?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom
    Give me a hint ... what's IDT? ;)
    Me too?

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    Built in feed dogs. Phaff machines have it. I LOVE mine
    It's the reason I have a phaff. works great and easy to use

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    Integrated dual transportation. Here's a video from Pfaff that shows how it works.

    http://www.homesewing.co.uk/video/ex...f-idt-feed.htm

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    I won't be without it after having it on 2 machines.

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    Even feed no need for a walking foot .........great feature.

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    My PFAFF IDT sews so straight. My Viking add-on walking foot is bulky and gets in my way as I am threading and does not sew nearly as well! Love love love my Pfaff

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    Gee you guys!!! Looks like I need a Pfaff.

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