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Message Board > Sewing Machines > Creative feet ( Moderated by Sharon1952, EleanorSews)

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Date: 10/27/07 11:12 AM

Do any of you own the creative feet.....either all three or just one of them? Are they worth the cost?...TIA....Helen

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Date: 10/27/07 12:55 PM

Quote: Mittskitt
Do any of you own the creative feet.....either all three or just one of them? Are they worth the cost?...TIA....Helen

I personally have no need for CREATIVE FEET, but here is a video for anyone who may be interested.

http://www.youtube.com/cr8vgurl

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Date: 10/27/07 10:53 PM

I own all of them and never use them. I bought them when they first came out, a long time ago. Once in a while I will pull them out but end up using a machine foot instead. I just find it easier.

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Date: 10/28/07 6:27 AM

Hi Mittskitt: I have two of the three creative feet and my sister has all three. My sister got them first as an alternative the very expensive feet for her Pfaff machine, then I jumped on the bandwagon when we reviewed the video. Neither one of us have really used them much. They might work, but seem to be in the way when attached to the machine. My sister had tension problems when she had them on her Pfaff noncomputerized machine but that was probably just inexperience. I bought mine on ebay for about $10 each so they might be worth the price, but I'm glad I didn't invest much. As usual, I wish I would have given it more thought before I purchased them because I don't use them.
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Date: 10/30/07 6:49 AM

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I own all of them and never use them. I bought them when they first came out, a long time ago. Once in a while I will pull them out but end up using a machine foot instead. I just find it easier.

I was wondering if you would mind selling your creative feet? I've been just checking on line for them.
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Date: 11/3/07 6:09 AM

Nevermind about the creative feet. I got the one I wanted most on ebay. :)
Susie

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Date: 4/12/08 10:36 PM

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Date: 4/12/08 11:39 PM

I bought them, never used them, sold them to someone on PR, and they DIDN'T fit her machine (don't know what it was). They saw fits all machines, but not true.

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Date: 8/30/09 3:50 PM

I just bought the satinedge foot. I was amazed at how easy it was to use. I can imagine using it for many of my sewing projects. I have been sewing for 50 years and have never been able to control my stitches this well.

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Date: 4/11/12 5:46 AM

I'm the inventor of the Creative Feet and was told by a few customers that I should chime in on this topic.

1) They DO fit ALL sewing machines with a ZigZag stitch and have for 23 years. If anyone has trouble figuring out how to attach them, we have free tech support (800)776-6938 or you can Email me at clare@creativefeet.com
2) The Pearls N Piping foot sews ALL sizes of piping from 1/16 inch to just over 1/4 inch
3) The feet do 88 different sewing techniques and were invented for people with physical challenges.
4) They are still selling world-wide and make sewing better for your body, eyes, hands and help you sew more accurately.

*** The number one reason people don't use them is because they don't use themPull them out and play... you'll be glad you didn't sell them on ebay after trying them :)

It is my goal to always help my customers sew as well as a professional without doing damage to your body. No pain in your hands, back, neck or burning eyes. You don't ever have to watch the needle with the Creative Feet. Each foot does over 20 different sewing techniques.

They are used by Many top educators, like; Nancy Zeiman, Carol Taylor, Sandra Betzina, Linda McGhee and Carol Ann Waugh is teaching a class on Craftsy.com using our feet right now.

Here's a link to my latest video - there's a few videos that will help you fully understand the Creative Feet and help you pull them out and dust them off.... hopefully you'll not feel they're in your way but rather the way to sewing as you've always dreamed possible. http://www.youtube.com/user/cr8vgurl Enjoy the channel, we're planning a TV Show on YouTube....

You will also find thousands of people that do use them talking openly about them on the members sites found on the home page at www.creativefeet.com

Happy Sewing~

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