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Thread: Trying my walking foot...what should I stitches be set at?

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    Senior Member quiltingnd's Avatar
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    Trying my walking foot...what should I stitches be set at?

    What should the spacing be on my stitches when I try to quilt with my walking foot?

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    You can set it where you usually do and it should work fine. I set my stitch length to about 3.0 when quilting with my walking foot, just because I think the longer stitch looks better. But when sewing my binding on with the walking foot, I set it at the usual length of 2.2 or so.
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    I set my machine @ 3.5. Just my personal preference!!!!
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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Depends on what you are trying to stitch I have used anywhere from 3-3.5. I used the higher for minkee
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