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Thread: Question about my 1/4 foot

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    Ok now, do I line up the fabric with the outside of the foot or the lower half that comes in a bit?
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    At the risk of sounding stupid-what kind of sewing machine to do you have and is that a 1/4" foot or just one you use for sewing and you want to know where the 1/4" mark is on that foot? I cannot tell by looking at it.

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    looks to me like you line up fabric with indented side on the right. You can check with ruler just to be sure.

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    it's a very good quarter-inch foot.

    the narrower front end. feed the fabric in so it lines up with the edge.

    this foot is also excellent for stitching in the ditch - especially if you press your seams open. it also works well for echo quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcia
    At the risk of sounding stupid-what kind of sewing machine to do you have and is that a 1/4" foot or just one you use for sewing and you want to know where the 1/4" mark is on that foot? I cannot tell by looking at it.
    I have a Brother CS6000i. That is the 1/4th foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    it's a very good quarter-inch foot.

    the narrower front end. feed the fabric in so it lines up with the edge.

    this foot is also excellent for stitching in the ditch - especially if you press your seams open. it also works well for echo quilting.
    Oh ok. The ft on my Kenmore was straight on both sides so it threw me off as the what part to go by. I was going by the lower half on right (of course)

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