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Thread: Kenmore Sewing Machine

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    Someone gave me a very good Kenmore Sewing Machine.....Case broken but machine in great working order...Can anyone tell me where to buy a 1/4" seam allowance foot for this machine? I have the model and serial numbers.
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    I am guessing yours is a short shank. You should be able to use any short shank foot on your machine.

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    Most Kenmores are short shanks...and any short shank foot will fit it... :)

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    Yes, it is the short shank..........

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    Are all short shank the screw on type?? My machine that I have had for many years is a singer. Kenmore is new to me.

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    I have an older Kenmore and I went to a sewing/vacuum center. He sold me an adapter so that I can use the snap on feet from my Singers on it :D:D:D

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    I bought an adapter for mine so that my Singer snap on feet fit it too now :wink: as well as other generics :D:D:D

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    You may be able to pick one up at Sears. I have a Kenmore from 2007, and they have them there for my machine.

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    If you can figure out what kind of shank it is , you might try a generic foot

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    Hancocks carries universal long and short shank feet that fit most machines.

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