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I want to buy a felling foot for my Featherweight
Will a universal foot work?
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Date: 6/21/14 8:32 PM



I found this one on eBay - can I trust the seller that it will work on my Featherweight?


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Date: 6/21/14 8:33 PM

And even more important - how can I make that picture smaller!!

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Date: 6/21/14 8:39 PM

Any low shank foot should work.

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Date: 6/21/14 8:41 PM

low shank it is - I had no idea this would be that simple.

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Date: 6/21/14 9:08 PM

I have that foot... I tested it on my Singer 201 and it worked great. When I ordered mine, it came in Babylock packaging. Looks exactly like the photo above with the same foot number. I also have the Bernina #71 so I use that mostly.

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Date: 6/21/14 9:24 PM

I just ordered it. I wanted one for my Bernina but the FW does a great straight stitch and the price was right.

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Date: 6/22/14 9:29 PM

Yes, the 4mm works just fine. The wider ones don't work because you can't adjust the needle position, but this one is good.

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Date: 6/23/14 1:06 PM

Also, if you don't like the way the seam forms in relation to the needle and the edge of the fabric, I have used both a vintage Singer feller, and a vintage Pfaff feller. These work really well, but they are not hinged, so you have to be careful when going over seams.

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Date: 6/23/14 6:35 PM

I read your post on using the hemmer for flat felling a seam and think that's pretty sweet too.

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