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Thread: Darning foot for a Domestic Sewing machine!

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    CristyK1's Avatar
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    Does anyone know were I can find a darning foot (so I can do FMQ on it) for a Domestic brand sewing machien? I'm trying to find one.

    The machine came with a ton of "extras". Like a Ruffler, a piping foot and a ton of other stuff I've got no clue what to do with. But nothing for FMQ.

    Thanks in advance.

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    You can buy a generic foot called a "Big Foot" all you have to know is if your machine is high shank or low shank. Take one of your other feet with you to check the size. The company also sells the "Little Foot" which is a quarter inch seam foot. They are both plastic. I've been using mine since the early 90s.

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    There are generic darning feet that fit many machines. Mine is a short shank machine so any foot for a short shank will work. Maybe a photo of your machine may help.

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    The problem with general feet is that my machine doesn't attach from the side like most machines, It attaches underneath.

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    You probably should have the make and number of your machine , then the sewing machine store should know which foot should fit your machine.

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