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Thread: Sigh--free motion machine quilting questions

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    well the ones in the picture you posted are zipper feet
    I went to the link you gave but you have to put in what machine you're using to look at the pictures

    does it appear that there is seperate feet? one for quilting and one for embroidery? I have 5 different machines and they each have one quilting/embroidery foot

    what machine do you have?

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    I have a Singer 7025-Deluxe. I couldn't get a price, but thought I'd call and order it once I knew what I wanted--well, once you told me which one I wanted. :lol:

    Zipper feet? Well shoot--that's no help. I've never put a zipper on a quilt. :D :lol:

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    Good....Now is the moment to start.....learning.....
    I bet its easier than raising your horses... :lol: :lol: :lol: Good luck...Don't get discourage....We have all been in this stage..... :D

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    barnbum...check for your singer foot on ebay before you order from singer. Search for foot for your singer model number. I bought several embroidery feet for Sally ( yes..I'm rough & mine are the cheap-o plastic kind)..haven't broken 1 since I bought extras :oops:

    Think of the free motion quilting as drawing..but instead of moving your pencil, you are moving your paper..its fun!

    Good luck

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    I emailed the Singer Service Center and the guy said he has the spring action darning foot for $7.95! I'll order it tomorrow. :thumbup:

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    make sure first that it will allow you a full view (like the one in the picture).....Some have some screws attached that blocks the view....
    Good luck

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    Thanks ania--I emailed the seller again and pasted your suggestion. :D

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    The difference between the darning foot and the free motion foot (like what I posted) is the darning foot is completely enclosed, like a metal cheerio, at least that's the Bernina difference.

    M

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    barnbum, this site has downloadable manuals for singer machines. lots of other information too. hope it helps:


    http://www.singerco.com/resources/

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    Found this pdf instructional too,


    http://www.singerco.com/pdf/Darning_Embroidery.pdf

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