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Thread: Stitch Length

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexene
    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    The Viking has a walking foot you can buy to attach for quilting. In case you have puckers it may be worth the investment. A nice taut sandwich and a walking foot can make a big difference.
    I know the Viking walking foot is about $100. I just went on eBay to see if I could find one less expensive and I found several for under $50 and they were the Viking brand.
    Yikees! That alot of fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by watterstide
    Quote Originally Posted by Rexene
    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    The Viking has a walking foot you can buy to attach for quilting. In case you have puckers it may be worth the investment. A nice taut sandwich and a walking foot can make a big difference.
    I know the Viking walking foot is about $100. I just went on eBay to see if I could find one less expensive and I found several for under $50 and they were the Viking brand.
    Yikees! That alot of fabric!

    :shock:
    Yes it is!

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    When machine quilting, I set mine about 3.5. That includes Q4K.

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    If you are doing SID, why would you want the feed dogs down, unless you are using your fm attachment. My Viking came with a walking foot, but it was a used one so that is probably why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marge L.
    If you are doing SID, why would you want the feed dogs down, unless you are using your fm attachment. My Viking came with a walking foot, but it was a used one so that is probably why.
    I wasn't doing SID. I just wanted to make sure the feed dogs weren't suppose to be down; I didn't think they were except for free motion. My machine was used also. I have the guide bar, but not the walking foot.

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