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Thread: 301 zig zag attachment

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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    I brought out both our Singer ZZ attachments yesterday and tried them on our 201-2. It's one of those actually listed on the instructions.
    Both attachments and the 6 different cams worked nicely. Much better than before. All of the patterns were narrow, but looked like they should.
    Some time ago I tried the attachments on the HOTHER witch is a 15 clone and it didn't work worth a hoot. The regular ZZ pattern was narrow and ugly and the others couldn't be made to look nice.
    Apparently even though the HOTHER is a 15 clone, it's just different enough that the ZZ attachments do not work right.

    Being the glutton for punishment that I can be, I'm going to try the attachments on the HOTHER again, and on my FW.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    I brought out both our Singer ZZ attachments yesterday and tried them on our 201-2. It's one of those actually listed on the instructions.
    Both attachments and the 6 different cams worked nicely. Much better than before. All of the patterns were narrow, but looked like they should.
    Some time ago I tried the attachments on the HOTHER witch is a 15 clone and it didn't work worth a hoot. The regular ZZ pattern was narrow and ugly and the others couldn't be made to look nice.
    Apparently even though the HOTHER is a 15 clone, it's just different enough that the ZZ attachments do not work right.

    Being the glutton for punishment that I can be, I'm going to try the attachments on the HOTHER again, and on my FW.

    Joe
    Joe did you use a feed dog cover when you used the zzer?
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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    Miriam,

    No. If you use a feed dog cover how will the machine feed the fabric? The ZZ attachment only holds it as it goes side to side as I understand it. Am I missing something?

    Joe

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