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Thread: Brother Foot

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    Super Member MommaDorian's Avatar
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    Does anybody know what this foot is?
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    Sorry no clue. But I am sure that someone will before long.

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    It looks like the guide that goes on the walking foot.

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    Yep Sadie Mae that is what it is!!

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    Before the walking foot, it was calledd the quilting guide--I think.

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    i belive its a quilting guide to

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    it's still called the quilting guide. keeps your sewing lines an even distance apart. it is adjustable.

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    Its the quilting guide thgat oges on your walking foot.

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    There should be a hole in your walking foot to slide it into. On mine, it will slide in from either side. Adjust it until it sets on another line you have finished and use it to keep your lines straight.

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    You all are geniuses!! I found the little hole on my walking foot and it does go in on both sides. I'm using it right now, to quilt the border.

    Thanks everyone!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MommaDorian
    You all are geniuses!! I found the little hole on my walking foot and it does go in on both sides. I'm using it right now, to quilt the border.

    Thanks everyone!!!
    Ah ha! Another quilt related problem solved! I love this board!

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    It is a quilting guide. Many different brands of machines have them. You can use them with your regular presser foot to keep decorative rows of stitching at the same distance apart.

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    It is an arm that attaches to the back of your foot.
    You set it say 1" away from your needle.
    It is used in quilting.
    sew your first row. Put the edge of the guide on the stitches and start sewing. That row of stitching will be 1" away from the first row you stitched.
    I hope you understand me. If not let me know
    Judith

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