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Thread: new presser foot

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    hey vickie, who you callin' ladies? not us i hope! LOL

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    welllll, lets just say if the shoe fits.................................. :D

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    sorry.tooooooooo tight

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    Well...........there's something to be said for sandals........... :D Kind of do your own thing footwear :wink:

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    Hi, I have tryed the curve master presser foot. I does work, and the bent tip tweezers are great help I would not try to use it without them. Regular straight tweezers aren't very helpful .I have also found another method fpr piecing curves taught by Nancy Elliott MacDonald in her book Winding Ways Quilts. The way she teaches I don't even use the curvemaster anymore. It depends a lot on how you cut your fabric and which piece goes next to the presser foot when you sew. I have taught beginers this method and even they can sew curved pieces with a little practice.

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    I appreciate the info.

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    The tweezers that came with my serger are bent tipped. Check the tweezers you have from your serger equipment.

    Bet they will work. Suz

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