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Thread: Pfaff Machine Feet

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    Senior Member dlf0122quilting's Avatar
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    For those of you who own a Pfaff, which feet do you like to use the most. Do you have a Bi-Level Topstitch Foot and if so, do you like it and when do you use it most?

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    I'm not sure what foot that is, but I have the 1/4" foot with the guide and the stitch in the ditch foot. I love love love both these feet. I use the 1/4" foot all the time. It's made my pieciing more accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterjody
    I'm not sure what foot that is, but I have the 1/4" foot with the guide and the stitch in the ditch foot. I love love love both these feet. I use the 1/4" foot all the time. It's made my pieciing more accurate.
    Same here.

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    I googled it :http://www.pfaffusa.com/5436_8394.html

    I never used one, mainly because the only Pfaff I used was an industrial one (Pfaff 545) Back in the early '80's feet for that machine were expensive. So I had it converted to use Singer feet much cheaper to buy and it worked perfectly.

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    Ok - I have one for my Pfaff. But as I do mostly quilting and piecing now, I have not used it. I did have something like it for my old Viking and used it for clothing construction.

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    I use my quarter inch feet and an open toe foot a lot. I have both quarter inch feet Pfaff has, one with a blade for strip peicing and the other is just a regular quarter inch. I like the open toe foot when I need to see where I am going. I also have a snap on darning foot that I really like to use when embroidering and free motion quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryb119
    I use my quarter inch feet and an open toe foot a lot. I have both quarter inch feet Pfaff has, one with a blade for strip peicing and the other is just a regular quarter inch. I like the open toe foot when I need to see where I am going. I also have a snap on darning foot that I really like to use when embroidering and free motion quilting.
    I use most of the same feet. I don't have the quarter inch one with the blade. I love using the rest.

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