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Thread: Satinedge Foot for 1/4 inch?

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    Super Member LindaR's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorebird
    You should then contact them and let them know what happened...they will either refund your money or replace the item..........
    I broke it off on purpose :P It was a pain and I like to use a scant 1/4" anyway and I just didn't like it on there...works good now :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    OK, what does a "satin edge" foot look like? :oops:
    I attempted 3 times to post a picture of what the Satinedge Sewing machine foot looks like - so here's a link to my Facebook page where you will see all of the Creative Feet - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Creati...=photos&ref=ts

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    All of the Creative Feet come with a lifetime exchange warranty - If you had any problems with it we will gladly exchange it. If something broke that is very unusual and we want to send you a new one. Please go to http://www.creativefeet.com and fill out the contact form or call the (800) 776-6938 to get information on getting a replacement.

    It doesn't even matter where you bought it from, we'll replace it.

    After 22 years we're still going strong because our products do what they claim. We also support our products with tech support. So, once you get your foot replaced feel free to call me for help.

    Clare~

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    It shouldn't hang up on anything.... sounds like something was off... ?

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    To accomplish a 1/4" seam using the Satinedge foot, you simply do the following.

    1) Attach the foot to your machine (fits ALL zig zag sewing machines)
    2) Place a measuring tape beneath the foot.
    3) Lower the needle in the LEFT needle position so that it hits one of the lines on your measuring tape.
    4) Lower the foot down onto the measuring tape.
    5) Turn the adjusting nut on the foot until the guide PIN is on the line that you desire 1/4" or scant or any other measurement from 1/16" up to 1/4"

    AS you sew be sure to NOT hold your hands in front of and behind the foot. You need only use 1- finger on the left hand and gently persuade the fabric to stay on the left side of the foot.

    NEVER watch the sewing machine needle again but rather watch the WHITE (easy to see) guide and you will sew faster and more accurately than with any other foot.

    This foot was designed for a woman that was blind - it does this guiding so well because of the PIN (DO NOT REMOVE GUIDE OR PIN) or the foot will not perform as it was designed.

    You will love this foot if you open the package and try it :)

    Classes will soon be taught in Prescott Valley, Az and down in PHX - sign up on our newsletter to receive the schedule of classes being developed now.

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