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Thread: Sewing machine foot pedal

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    Senior Member SittingPretty's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    East Central Wisconsin
    If you have a speed control on your machine, you could try putting your whole foot on the pedal, not just your toes. And take your shoe off! I usually sew shoeless, but using the whole foot I found out in the fmq book by Don Linn. He said it gives more control, and it does! Can do this on my Babylock, but not on my Kenmore. No speed control on the Kenmore.

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    Super Member Weezy Rider's Avatar
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    Apr 2012
    I've got the pedal sta - but I'm on a vinyl floor using floor mats to keep the machine cabinets from digging into the floor.

    One answer - Duck tape. Since I'm on a slippery plastic mat, I can tape with impunity.

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