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CONDITION: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable). If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. See the seller's listing for full details. See all condition definitions
COMPATIBLE BRAND: UMT, Universal, For Baby Lock, For Bernina, For Brother, For Consew, For Elna, For Husqvarna Viking, For Janome, For Juki, For Kenmore
TYPE: Open Toe Low Shank
UNIT TYPE: Unit
MPN: Foot 56
UNIT QUANTITY: 1
COUNTRY/REGION OF MANUFACTURE: United Kingdom
Open Toe Foot Embroidery Foot
Ideal for precision embroidery, applique, cutwork and monogramming. Nothing stands in the way of your creative vision. The cutout on the underside of the foot accommodates satin stitching and the open front ensures greater visibility while sewing. The bottom of the foot has a wedge shaped indentation, which allows even satin stitching to glide under the foot without dragging. The angle in the indentation makes it possible to turn curves easily. The toes of the foot are shorter, compared to a regular zigzag foot, for greater maneuverability while sewing (you can turn the fabric more easily for smoother stitching lines, an important asset when embellishing fabric)
Great for all of the following...........
•Hemstitched squares, heirloom sewing
•Hemstitched applique, heirloom sewing
•Blanket stitch applique
•Decorative stitch applique
•Satin stitch applique
•Stained glass applique
•Crazy patch quilting
The first question to answer is how old is your machine? Most machines made since 1980 use snap-on feet (Except Berninas, which have their own style of attaching, and therefore need an adaptor).
Does your machine's foot screw on or snap on? If it doesn't use a screw to attach, then it's a snap-on.
If it screws on it is important to know whether your machine is a low shank, high shank, or slant needle machine. If you are not certain, you can measure using the simple instructions below:
When presser foot is down, measure the distance from the bottom of foot to screw-hole that holds the foot onto the presser bar.