Distinctive Premium Even Feed Walking Sewing Machine Presser Foot with BONUS! Quilt Guide

December 10, 2013 - Comment

The Distinctive Premium Even Feed Walking Sewing Foot with BONUS! Quilt Guide is designed to be used when quilting multiple layers of fabric. The top feed dogs of the walking foot feeds the fabric while lower feeds of the sewing machine feed the fabric, thus giving an even result. The adjustable guide attaches to the

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The Distinctive Premium Even Feed Walking Sewing Foot with BONUS! Quilt Guide is designed to be used when quilting multiple layers of fabric. The top feed dogs of the walking foot feeds the fabric while lower feeds of the sewing machine feed the fabric, thus giving an even result. The adjustable guide attaches to the back of the walking foot to sew parallel rows at even intervals. The Distinctive Premium Even Feed Walking Sewing Foot with BONUS! Quilt Guide is made to fit any Low Shank Sewing Machine. Distinctive Premium Sewing Feet are high quality sewing feet that provide the user with ease of use for tasks they could be extremely tedious if done by hand. Start sewing with the best, Distinctive Sewing Feet. The Distinctive Sewing Foot blister packaging doubles as a set of instructions. Just pull out the cardboard back, open it up and start reading. You will be sewing in no time! Fits All Low Shank (Top-Loading Drop-In Bobbin Machines Only) Singer, Brother, Babylock, Euro-Pro, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, New Home, Simplicity, Necchi and Elna Sewing Machines.

Product Features

  • Comes Packed with a BONUS! Quilt Guide – This Adjustable Guide Attaches to the Back of the Walking Foot to Sew Parallel Rows at Even Intervals
  • High Quality Premium Sewing Feet From Distinctive
  • Provides Ease-of-Use for Tasks that Could be Extremely Tedious if Done by Hand
  • Blister Packaging Doubles as a Set of Instructions
  • Fits All Low Shank (Top-Loading Drop-In Bobbin Machines Only) Singer, Brother, Babylock, Euro-Pro, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, New Home, Simplicity, Necchi and Elna Sewing Machines

Comments

Emster says:

Good for the price Relatively inexpensive considering all the machines it can attach to. I use a very old model Singer and it screws on just fine. The guide doesn’t have measurements on it and is just held in place by friction, so a rough jostle can slip it out of position. I might use a sharpie marker to mark the guide for different parallel widths.

CoastChick says:

Great product, needs installation instructions! I had to hunt down several items of information to work my even feed/walking foot. A. If I had a low shank/slant shank or high shank machine and B. How to properly install the new foot. The packaging doesn’t come with ANY instructions. Like ANY?!? I tried to install it on my own, only to have a near catastrophic event with my needle and the walking foot when the foot came loose. My tips. The hand screw has to come off with the old foot and the old shank… after you replace the screw BE SURE TO TIGHTEN down with a screw driver. Really. It works loose. The walking foot seems quite clunky and loud and really works things loose. Make sure you have it buttoned up nice and tight.The shank has a fairly intuitive spot to slide into, but the “fork” arm was a mystery to me. The missing piece of information was that the fork goes around the NEEDLE clamp screw. I read in several places online that it goes around or rests on top of the screw… but didn’t figure out it was the…

Jane Graham says:

Walking Foot This walking foot worked great for a little while but then it broke and the arm keeps falling from the connection on the sewing machine which results in not being able to sew. Two little plastic pieces broke off from the foot. The company stood behind their product and replaced the defective foot with a new one. Can’t ask for better service than that. They now have a 5 star rating from me.

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