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Thread: Curved seams success

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    Super Member alwayslearning's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    Are you talking about the Curve Master foot? If it doesn't fit your machine, contact Sandy at Curve Master. I didn't think it would fit my machine either, but the foot came with several different "legs" so it will fit any machine I have, whether it be high-shank, low-shank, slanted, whatever. I met her at a show where I purchased mine, and she told me they make them for EVERY machine.
    At the show, they listed 3 machines they could not fit and mine was one. However I am now on a quest and will contact Sandy. Thank you so much!
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    I haven't tried curved piecing yet. You have given me hope that I might be able to do it some day. I look forward to seeing photos of your quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VernaL View Post
    I just took a class with Teresa Hodgson at the Empty Spools Seminar. She is great. There were 16 in the class and we all loved it. She has a website where you can see some of her wonderful quilts. She knows all the tricky details that make sewing curves (even tight ones) easy. I am now finishing my quilt at home and it is a lot of fun. Her web site is http://www.spiralt.com/quilts.html But the photos don't show how luminous her quilts really are.
    Thanks for the link. She has made some gorgeous quilts!

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    Hi. Sandy, inventor of the Curve Master, here. Do not pin, as that actually interferes with the success of the foot. Please check out the tutorial on my website at http://www.justcurves.biz. I will be glad to answer any questions or assist with problems if you will contact me via the website. Thanks!

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    Hello, Sandy the inventor of the Curve Master here. We have never met a machine it won't adapt to fit! I don't know what "3 machines" someone said the Curve Master won't fit, but I never have said that. Bernina machines need an additional metal Bernina shank that accepts generic feet, and that is the only additional item anyone would need, as the foot clips onto most machines and comes packaged with 6 shank adapters for low, high, slant needle, super high, and other shank requirements! Please go to http://www.justcurves.biz for other answers and tutorial, or email me. Thanks!

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    Hi, Sandy the inventor of the Curve Master here. I'm certain it will fit your machine, if it is a home sewing machine. Please let me know what you have and I will get you going with it! Check out my website for other info: http://www.justcurves.biz Thanks!

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