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Thread: Blanket stitch Bernina Old Style feet????

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    Question Blanket stitch Bernina Old Style feet????

    Is there a foot for a blanket stitch you can use with a 730 Record? Thank you, Libber

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    I would think you could use the standard #1 foot, the same foot you would use for doing a zig zag stitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic View Post
    I would think you could use the standard #1 foot, the same foot you would use for doing a zig zag stitch.
    I would agree. I think that's what I used on my Artista when I did blanket stitch.
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    The Bernina 730 doesn't have a blanket stitch. The little design that looks like it, is really a satin stitch that looks like grass. For applique on that machine, you would have to use the zig-zag stitch.
    Annette in Utah

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    My favorite foot (with any machine) for blanket stitch is an open toe. It allows you to see the stitches clearly.

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    Does an old Bernina 730 have a blanket stitch?

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    The old Bernina 630 does not have a blanket stitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltedsunshine View Post
    The Bernina 730 doesn't have a blanket stitch. The little design that looks like it, is really a satin stitch that looks like grass. For applique on that machine, you would have to use the zig-zag stitch.
    Annette, I have a Bernina 1008. It doesn't have a blanket stitch either but I don't like the look of a satin stitch. Any other suggestions?

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    What! No blanket stitch? What are they thinking? I wouldn't even have thought to look if I had purchased one. I would have assumed it would be one of the basics. Can you do some programming on it to combine straight stitch with one zig-zag stitch?

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