Found this link on Facebook this a.m. and thought it might be of interest to some folks.
"Big rear end" -- Hey! I must be a walking foot!
Very interesting. I would like to add that the walking for the viking is also about $100, but oh so worth it. I bought my GD a Brother for Christmas and it came with a walking foot, quite a deal I thought.
I keep two domestic machines set up in my quilt studio. One has a 1/4 foot for piecing and the other has a walking foot for binding. I use the walking foot for all my bindings.
In order to see the rainbow, first you must endure the rain.
I mainly use two feet on my machine, the curvemaster foot for quarter-inch seams and curves, and my walking foot for everything else, except quilting. For that I use my Q-foot on my Viking Quilt Designer II. It works like a charm.This message has been edited. Last edited by: quiltbea,
My walking foot is built into my Pfaff....priceless.
My Babylock has a built-in walking foot also... Chris
I bought a generic brand walking foot....cause I didn't know any different when I bought it. It works fine on my D1 HV. I haven't tried it on others....It does not fit on my Bernina 830.
If life hands you scraps make quilts
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