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Tips & Techniques > Invisible zipper foot for making piping

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Posted on: 1/11/13 8:03 PM
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I needed to make over 35 feet of piping with thin rat tail cording. I had just watched a Fons and Porter show where they made piping using a piping foot. I thought I had one but I was mistaken. I got to looking at the plastic invisible zipper foot for my Juki and thought I would give it a try. I had the cording in the right side grove and then I moved the needle position as far to the right as I could which was position 4.4. As the material was feeding thru the machine I kept my finger against the cording to help keep the fabric tight. It worked like a dream.

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kathi s said... (1/13/13 1:24 PM) Reply
Great tip! The feet for my Viking are very expensive and since my dealer quit selling Viking, hard to get. Yay, double duty!
Kemish said... (1/12/13 1:45 PM) Reply
Great tip. I'm going to try this.
 
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