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    Ditto. Just after the holidays a quilt store near me had an end of the year sale.She had 30% off all viking accesories. So I got the interchangeable dual feed foot for my mom for mother's day. :thumbup:

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    I called the manufactuter. For my Kenmore I called Sears and had a walking foot within days. Cost about $20

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    I paid $20 for one for my Pfaff and then found out I can change the needle position and guide at the edge of my regular foot. Another thing you can do is measure from the needle 1/4 inch and put down a think layer of tape to use as a guide. Painter tape (the blue stuff) works well and doesn't leave a mess behind when you take it up.

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    I meant a thick layer, not a think layer lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by cizzors
    I feel I've been all over the web looking for a 1/4" foot. The prices are scary. $25.00 for plastic but would prefer metal. Anyone know of a site with decent pricing? TIA, Karen
    Go to your Sears store, and order the Kenmore attachments on their computer. Delivery is free, and the attachments fit Viking machines at a 1/3 of the cost.

    This paticular site you can get the walking foot with quilter bar, 1/4" seam foot, darning foot and cloth guide all for $24.99!

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&blockType=G19

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnajean
    I paid $75.00 when everyone else wanted over $100.00 for a replacement walking foot for my Viking Rose. Call Viking & get the exact part no. for your machine & then do a Google search for the part no.

    Quote Originally Posted by Momo
    Where can I find a Viking walking foot for $85.00? The quilt shop where I take lessons has it for about $110.00. The machines are great if a bit pricey.
    I'm repeating this info to you donnajean. I too have a Viking Rose.

    Go to your Sears store, and order the Kenmore attachments on their computer. Delivery is free, and the attachments fit Viking machines at a 1/3 of the cost.

    This paticular site you can get the walking foot with quilter bar, 1/4" seam foot, darning foot and cloth guide all for $24.99!

    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&blockType=G19

    I had a Kenmore sewing machine, and traded it in for my Rose. I kept the walking ft., and found out later that the fit is perfect. Ordered the 1/4", and both open plastic ft. & closed metal ft. separately. Now, you can get all 4 for $24.99. The attachments don't come from Sears, as they are generic. Might be the same company that makes them for Viking.

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    A lot of these feet are really generic. Take the foot into your sewing machine store and take a look and see what else you can get. My walking feet are not Viking brand and they work just fine! A lot of times it is the little adaptor that the foot clamps into that will make the difference. Keep looking for generic and you will have better luck. I've had a Viking since 1994 and love it, but not the prices.

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    I bought the 1/4" foot and walking foot years ago. I thought they were expensive then, but they were worth the money. My machine is at least 15years old. and is still working well. I use the 1/4" foot frequently and it is still in good shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momo
    Where can I find a Viking walking foot for $85.00? The quilt shop where I take lessons has it for about $110.00. The machines are great if a bit pricey.
    Mine cost $99.00 on sale as a returned item and that was years ago. Works great though on my spray basted quilts.

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    I got one for my Bernina that runs for $60 on e-bay for only $10.

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    I got one for my Bernina that runs for $60 on e-bay for only $10.

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    My NEW JoAnn's store has a Husqvarna/Viking dealership inside it and they sell all the accessories for the machines. I have the Sapphire 875 Q so my machine came with every quilting foot imaginable. However, I did notice the other day while at JoAnn's that the 1/4" foot was under $20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltntime
    Quote Originally Posted by cizzors
    I feel I've been all over the web looking for a 1/4" foot. The prices are scary. $25.00 for plastic but would prefer metal. Anyone know of a site with decent pricing? TIA, Karen
    Go to your Sears store, and order the Kenmore attachments on their computer. Delivery is free, and the attachments fit Viking machines at a 1/3 of the cost.

    This paticular site you can get the walking foot with quilter bar, 1/4" seam foot, darning foot and cloth guide all for $24.99!




    http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...&blockType=G19

    Well, that got me all kinds of excited til I seen the 1/4 foot-it has that guide on it and that's not what I want. But thanks for all the help, ladies! Headed back to e-bay for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cizzors
    I feel I've been all over the web looking for a 1/4" foot. The prices are scary. $25.00 for plastic but would prefer metal. Anyone know of a site with decent pricing? TIA, Karen
    Try: ElectricHospital.com
    They are in Coos Bay, OR and stock them.

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    You could try April's1930sshoppe.com. I got one for my 301 slant needle for 19.00. Shipping is free. Good luck and Happy Quilting. :-D

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    try Amazon.com got mine there for like $14.00
    it works great.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by cizzors
    I feel I've been all over the web looking for a 1/4" foot. The prices are scary. $25.00 for plastic but would prefer metal. Anyone know of a site with decent pricing? TIA, Karen
    Check this sight out for all kinds of feet

    http://sewingmachine221sale.bizland....re/page63.html

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    I got several feet for my Janome from Sewingmachinesplus.com for less than the price at the Janome dealer. You search according to your brand and model.

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    Hi im new to quilting and needed 1/4 also i found one at
    sewingmachinesplus.com good prices they also sell from this site on e-bay
    Dedra

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