SINGER | Even Feed Walking Presser Foot – Fork, Perfect for Matching Stripes & Plaids, Quilting & Sewing with Pile Fabrics

Vocalist PRESSER FOOT: The even feed foot is additionally perfect for coordinating plaids or stripes and sewing textures with rest or heap, to hold them back from moving

Certifiable Vocalist Frill: It is a real Vocalist Embellishment in a checked rankle pack and it fits Vocalist C1, C2, C3, C4 Series and M1, M2, M3 Series

BEST PRESSER FOOT FOR Stitching: The even feed foot, at times called a mobile foot, is utilized for sewing a few layers of texture, and is an unquestionable necessity while knitting

Texture Taking care of Framework: The Even Feed Foot has its own arrangement of feed canines that work related to the sewing machine’s taking care of framework, for amazing texture taking care of

USE WITH LOW Knife MACHINES: The Thick Texture Sewing is utilized with low-knife sewing machines, including brands Babylock, Bernina, Sibling, Elna, Euro-Master, Husqvarna Viking, Janome, Juki, Kenmore, Necchi, New Home, Pfaff, Effortlessness, White

Specification:

  • Model Number – 2500271
  • Dimensions – 3 x 2 x 1 Inches
  • Weight – 2.24 ounces

The SINGER even feed foot, sometimes called a walking foot, is used for sewing several layers of fabric, and is a must-have when quilting. It is also great for matching plaids or stripes and sewing fabrics with nap or pile, to keep them from shifting. The SINGER even feed foot has its own set of feed dogs that work in conjunction with the sewing machine’s feeding system, for perfect fabric feeding. It is a genuine SINGER accessory in a carded blister pack and is for use with low-shank sewing machines.

The Even Feed Foot, sometimes called a Walking Foot, is used for sewing several layers of fabric, and is a must-have when quilting and when working with leather or vinyl. The Even Feed Foot is also great for matching plaids or stripes and sewing fabrics with nap or pile (like velvets), to keep them from shifting. The Even Feed Foot has its own set of feed dogs that work in on the upper layers of fabric in conjunction with the sewing machine’s feeding system.

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