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Thread: Where Can I Buy? Janome Brand Walking foot

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    Super Member ScrapQuilter's Avatar
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    Looking for a walking foot for a New Home memory craft 4000.

    This is the machine my daughter has and is looking for the foot
    hope someone can help.

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    New Home is put out by Janome...

    www.janome.com (in the search put walking foot or scoll to the bottom of the page.

    Hope this helps you

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    I have that machine and got a walking foot from Sewingmachinesplus.com. They have everything for sewing machines. Great prices and fast shipping too!

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    You can also check here:

    http://brubakerssewing.com/store/ind...es/janome.html

    Generic feet will fit and work on Janome machines. However, they do prefer genuine Jamome brand feet. The "real deal" feet work so much better they're worth the extra cost in the long run.

    if you can fit it into your budget, get both a regular walking foot and an open toe walking foot. the regular foot is great for attaching borders and binding. (once you recognize where to feed the material for 1/4" and scant 1/4" they're also good for piecing - especially for sewing together long strips.) the open toe is fantastic for straight-line and in-the-ditch quilting.

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    You can also buy them at Sears. They sell Janome under their Kenmore name. I found this out
    after I spent big bucks for mine at a Janome dealer.

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    You can check ebay and Ken's
    http://webstore.quiltropolis.net/sto...3&Item_ID=1857

    http://www.allbrands.com/productsear...g+foot&x=0&y=0
    If you get it from Allbrands, sign up for their newsletter first and get a coupon code ;) They have coupons every month.

    Have you looked in stores for it?
    If you call Ken's and tell them what you are looking for, they'll get you exactly what you need. They probably sell the Janome brand one as well as some generics and they'll be honest with you about whether it's worth the extra $20 for the Janome brand. I don't know since my Janome came with the walking and 1/4" feet.

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    I would try Ebay -

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    You can also check here:

    http://brubakerssewing.com/store/ind...es/janome.html

    Generic feet will fit and work on Janome machines. However, they do prefer genuine Jamome brand feet. The "real deal" feet work so much better they're worth the extra cost in the long run.

    if you can fit it into your budget, get both a regular walking foot and an open toe walking foot. the regular foot is great for attaching borders and binding. (once you recognize where to feed the material for 1/4" and scant 1/4" they're also good for piecing - especially for sewing together long strips.) the open toe is fantastic for straight-line and in-the-ditch quilting.
    I second this recommendation. Brubaker's is a great place to buy . Call them and they'll help you. They are so nice. I bought my machine and everything else from them.

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    Thanks for all your help

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    I got my Janome walking foot at a local dealer

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