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Thread: keeping foot feed in place.

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    Lightbulb keeping foot feed in place.

    I learned somthing that works great for keeping the foot feed from sliding all around.I covered a brick and placed it in front of the control, works great, costs little and no more hunting the control.

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    Yes, by accident I found something similar. I had moved my sewing machine and in its new place it bumps up against a storage tub under the table. No more moving around!

    I will remember the brick idea for when I move it again!

    Free is good.

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    Good idea - you could even make a cute little quilted cover for it.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtsyOne View Post
    Good idea - you could even make a cute little quilted cover for it.
    i love this suggestion
    Nancy in western NY

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    Fun idea! Now to find a brick.
    Got fabric?

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    I discovered this only today. I set up a 'old' machine near my kitchen this afternoon instead of sewing upstairs where I usually sew. The floor is wood and this old foot feed is metal and I was afraid it would scar the floor.
    Looking around my kitchen for something to place under it I spotted a silicone potholder/trivit I had purchased at Bed/Bath and Beyond with a coupon. It was perfect.....no skid........perfect size. Hope this helps.

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