Just a further note on Bernina feet. They use their own system, not like anyone elses and in their infinite "wisdom" they changed mounting type. So if you've got a classic Bernina 830, it takes "old" feet, I think the numbering is black, but the "new" 830 should use the "new" feet which I think are red numbered. They do make an adaptor foot which will allow you to use generic feet...but I bought my Nina used and it came with a real Nina walking foot. I'm not
If your Dressmaker has a serial number with JA then it's probably a clone just like Bojangles explained. If not, then call White, they answer "Viking, Pfaff", and they can research the number and tell you when it was manufactured and possibly the location. Their number is 1-800-446-2333.
I was sure my Dressmaker was a clone because it looks just like a Singer 15. It has a side mounted tension knob, a knob on top to release the pressure foot pressure, and
http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-128187-1.htm Stars and triangles
I wasn't paying any attention the first time someone posted a link to the attachment website.
I have a ruffler attachment for my 66, but no idea how it works. I never figured I'd use it since you normally don't encourage quilts to be ruffled....I came across a tank top pattern I really want to try to make, and it needs ruffles!
I bookmarked it and saved it to my hard drive....now I'm trying to figure out if I can understand how it's written.
http://www.arizonaexpressionz.com/el...n_manuals.html this is the FREE instruction manuals
order a great book all about FW's and their maintenance from Featherweight RX written by David McCallum. The name of the Manual is "The Featherweight and I " The book also has his email addy, if you have any questions, since it is published in his book and this book is on the market, I don't think it is against the rules to list his email addy. If so, moderators and delete the addy. firstname.lastname@example.org, also www.Featherweight221.com I ordered this book and am so glad I did. It