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Date: 12/30/13 10:24 AM

Help! I just got a Juki 2010 for Christmas and really need a foot wide enough for a double needle. I'd also love a cording foot too. anyone sure of what fits and where to buy?

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Date: 12/30/13 10:44 AM

The Juki 2010 is a straight stitcher. I don't think it accommodates a double needle. Is the hole in the stitch plate large enough?

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Date: 12/30/13 10:47 AM

I was just thinking that I should have asked that question firstI'm worried I didn't think this through and should have gone with the exceed... anyway do you know what other feet fit like a cording foot and such?

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Date: 12/30/13 12:55 PM

This is an excellent machine but yes, it only does a straight stitch. Juki has a selection of feet available at their website.

Feet that fit on industrial machines will also work on the 2010Q. You can find many of them on eBay for cheap.

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Date: 12/30/13 1:41 PM

I am 99% certain that your Juki takes high shank feet. I say 99% because I don't actually have this machine but rather its Janome equivalent. You can find high shank feet for very cheap prices, I like Sharp Sewing Supply on Ebay (NAYY).

Does your Juki take industrial needles (round shank) or home machine needles (flat shank)? I don't recall ever seeing double industrial needles for my machine, but they may be out there. Maia makes a great point about making sure the stitch plate is large enough. Some of my Ebay feet came with their own special stitch plates, one that can accommodate a double needle might be out there.

The great thing about high shank feet is that they have a TON of styles and they are soooo cheap (many < $10). I have a vast collection of cording feet, rolled hem feet, compensating feet, etc.

I hope you get to learn lots more about your machine throughout this process. My straight stitcher is my favorite machine out of the lot, I have never regretted getting mine!

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Date: 12/30/13 4:59 PM

Oh thank you, you have made me feel better. I only "need" a double for stretch hems but now I'm thinking I could just save up and get a coverstitch. I have only used my Juki to test sew and I'm already in love...just got to get used to straight only.

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Date: 2/7/14 2:06 PM

I just bought a 2010Q about 2 weeks ago. I have already used the free motion foot for pebbles and swirls and the walking foot for a cross-hatched design on a 61 x 36 wall hanging, made a round of cording using my zipper foot, and I'm now attaching the corded binding with the zipper foot ... I LOVE this machine. I found it quirky to use the needle threader and it took me a bit to figure out how to wind bobbins, but there's no stopping me now - LOL. Enjoy this machine - it's a workhorse!

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Date: 2/18/14 2:21 PM

It uses the same feet as the Janome 1600P, Brother PQ1500S, Babylock Jane and single needle high shank industrials. No zig zag stitches or feet dogs. The needle bar's lock to go up/down only, that's why this class of machines has such a nice straight stitch.

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Date: 2/18/14 2:54 PM

I have a Brother industrial and a Juki 98 that uses the same feet but not needles. It is a long shank. I use a double compensated foot that edge stitches and then I can moved over with same foot to sew about 1/4th over making a double stitch.

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