Sewing question and answer with Annie's

Question
I am looking for a walking foot for my Elna Quilter Dream sewing machine, model number 6003. Do you carry them please?
Answer
Not knowing if your Elna has a snap-on or a low shank foot, I'll recommend for either situation. If you have a Low Shank machine, #106757 should fit. For a snap-on foot you'd need a Low Shank Snap-On Adaptor plus the Low Shank Walking Foot, #106757.

Question
I recently purchased a Bernina Bernette 75 and I am interested in purchasing some additional presser feet. I believe my presser feet are snap-on. Do I have to purchase an adapter before I can purchase any of your many presser feet and if so which one?
Answer
You can use the Universal Low Shank Foot, #101004 on your Bernette.

Question
I need a 1/4-inch presser foot for a Craftmaster 4700 sewing machine. I need to make perfectly exact 1/4-inch seams for quilting and I need some help selecting the correct foot. Can you help me out?
Answer
I've never heard of a Craftmaster machine. Is it from Sears?

Anyway, the answer to your prayers is to order the Quilt Wizard. If it is a Low Shank machine, order #108532. You'll always get a perfect 1/4-inch seam.

Do you unscrew your foot to change it, or unsnap it? If you unsnap it, you would also need to order #104957, Low Shank Snap-on Adaptor.

Question
Last Summer I purchased a Euro-Pro sewing machine model number 7130. Since then I decided I needed a walking foot for it, but I have no idea where to find one. Do you have one for that machine?
Answer
Do you screw on or snap-on the foot? If it screws on, it is important to know whether your machine is a low shank, high shank, or slant needle machine.

  • A low shank machine measures approximately 3/4-inch from the screw to the bottom of the foot.
  • A high shank machine measures approximately 1 1/4-inch from the screw to the bottom of the foot.

Refer to our 'Which Foot to Use?' chart to verify that you need a low shank foot. If it is a low shank, use product #106757.

Question
The wording in your catalog says the Big Foot attachment fits all Pfaff except 1200 series but which 'Big Foot' fits the Pfaff machines? My machine is a Pfaff Creative 7530 Quilt & Craft Pro. I used it on the last machine I had and it worked very well for free motion quilting.
Answer
You should get the Low Shank Big Foot, #106775.

Question
Do you have any sewing feet that will work on the Juki 98E? I'd like to use some of the Wizard feet, but can't figure out which ones would work.
Answer
You will need the Low Shank Wizard Foot, #107483.

Question
My mother has a singer 5050C model sewing machine. She wanted me to order a walking foot for her machine, but she mentioned a straight shank. She did not mention a low shank and I know it isn't a slant shank. Do you have a walking foot that would accommodate the model of sewing machine she has?
Answer
Your mother needs a Low Shank Foot, #106757.

Question
Do you sell a foot that will keep small children from sticking their fingers in the path of the needle when learning to sew?
Answer
Singer made a finger guard that was on many school models for years. Those interested in the Singer finger guard should contact Singer for more information.

Question
I have a HuskyStar 224 sewing machine and am looking for a presser foot that will give me an accurate 1/4-inch seam (for a beginning quilter). I found your quilt wizard (#108706) and wonder if it will work with my machine? If not, is there any other foot you could suggest?
Answer
The 1/4-inch Low Shank Foot, #101004, should fit your machine and give you perfect 1/4-inch seams.

Question
What item number walking foot would I need for a Singer Fashion Mate 288? I think it's purchase and use will improve my quilting experience.
Answer
Refer to our 'Which Foot to Use?' chart to verify that you need a low shank foot. If your machine is a low shank machine, use the Low Shank Walking Foot, #106757.

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