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Canadian Jane
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Date: 11/15/12 11:19 AM

Can anyone tell me if this machine has these accessories available and/or or has done the following with this machine:

- Circular sewing attachment
- Binder attachment
- Bobbin case for bobbin work
- Couching foot

Has anyone used those Creative Feet?
What other brands of feet fit this machine? Bobbins?

This machine looks fabulous and I am definitely feeling the love. But I am a foot junkie. I love feet that do the job and do it well. So.... if I can't get get my fix from Juki I am wondering what other brands can be used.

Thank you for any information. I can't seem to find the above info anywhere! Not a big surprise since this machine is barely available in Canada and not at all where I live. (Western Canada and somewhat north.)

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Date: 11/15/12 11:35 AM

Interesting question... I haven't used any of those feet so can't answer.
It'll be fun to hear from others.

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Date: 11/15/12 12:06 PM

I ordered my machine online and later ordered an invisible zipper foot and a ruffler. I ordered the feet from the same vendor and told them the make and model to get the correct feet. Many Janome feet fit on this machine. However, as is often the case, you may need to adjust the needle position. If I needed a variety of feet, I probably would go with the Creative Feet as they have a good selection and lots of supporting information.

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Date: 11/15/12 3:25 PM

I've used lots of my Janome feet on the Juki. Some don't work (and of course I don't remember which!) but most did. I've used different (heavier) threads in the bobbin and adjusted the top tension - not the bobbin case - with success.

I've got some vintage, low shank feet that fit too. Again, it's trial and error, checking to see if the needle position/s works with the foot.

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Date: 11/15/12 4:33 PM

My Juki came with a binder attachment but I have not had success using it. I have also had little success with the free motion couching foot (the Bernina one is much better)

I use many feet from my old Pfaff machine, attached via a Pfaff ankle. I love the Pfaff feet especially the the couching foot and the one for attaching ribbons.

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Machines: Juki F600, Juki 654 serger, Bernina 550 for art work, Janome Coverpro 1000cp barely used
A Singer Featherweight Centennial and an old Necci in the loft waiting for TLC

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Date: 11/15/12 5:06 PM

The Creative Feet work fine on my Juki f600. Actually, I use them on all of my low shank machines (Brother, Janome, Juki.)

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Date: 11/15/12 5:11 PM

Has anyone ordered the Straight stitch Throat plate ?

I like to buy it but it's expensive

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Date: 11/15/12 5:50 PM

I bought one last month and it works really well. I bought it from Kens sewing and vacuum cneter. Their Ebay price is $10 less than the store website. At $49.99 it is $40 less than regular retail price.

F600 straight needle plate

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Date: 11/15/12 9:26 PM

WOW that's a great price..I will order it...thanks a bunch !!!

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Date: 11/15/12 10:31 PM

I'm not sure where you are living but if you get to Edmonton the Edmonton Sewing Centre sells Juki (as well as Singer) machines - I have seen the F600 there but haven't tried it out.

Another Canadian Jayne

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