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    Binding foot?

    I saw this Binding foot tutorial on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/AQot1D...DIH9aNV659eHU/
    and it sells on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Distinctive-B...SXXYKR42P5KMPC

    Has anyone ever used one of these? Looks pretty easy for machine binding a quilt!
    I am Sew Blessed!
    Alina

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    Curious to see if anyone has used this attachment. Kathy
    All quilts cat tested and approved.
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      I use my walking foot to stitch my binding on the top
      if my quilt. Turn and hand stitch. On crib quilts
      I top stitch using my walking foot.
      Not sure why you need 'another' foot ?
      We use the walking foot all the time.

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        Re: Binding foot?

        Originally posted by Bernina2 View Post
        I use my walking foot to stitch my binding on the top
        if my quilt. Turn and hand stitch. On crib quilts
        I top stitch using my walking foot.
        Not sure why you need 'another' foot ?
        We use the walking foot all the time.
        Different strokes for different folks.

        Juki uses a 1/4" compensating foot. ( Comes with the machine 2010 single stitch)

        I hate hand stitching.

        Some binding feet don't work too well. See if there is an article and tutorial on using a binding foot with the featherweight. Might give you some ideas of how things work. Singer does have tutorials

        Here's a list of tute for feet. It's old, so some are probably gone.

        http://www.thesewingforum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=5726

        http://so-sew-easy.com/use-binding-foot/

        http://www.sewingmachinesales.co.uk/...nding-foot.htm

        http://support.brother.com/g/b/faqen...qh00100001_000

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          It wasn't to my liking so I cannot say that I would recommend it. Purchased one made by Viking (my machine) and love it

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            I was hoping to see if anyone had used it too. I would like to machine stitch some of my quilts vs hand stitching one side too.

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              Re: Binding foot?

              Originally posted by Alpha O View Post

              Juki uses a 1/4" compensating foot
              I took this one step further. Liking a tight 2 inch binding, I sew the binding to the top using a 5mm compensating foot. Then I glue baste the binding to the back and use an 8 mm compenating foot the stitch the backside.
              Diana Grey

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                Originally posted by Carah View Post
                I was hoping to see if anyone had used it too. I would like to machine stitch some of my quilts vs hand stitching one side too.
                If you have a walking foot, you can achieve this objective. Attach the binding to the back of the quilt. Bring the binding to the front and stitch close to the edge of the binding using your walking foot.
                If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.- Zig Ziglar

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                  #9
                  Re: Binding foot?

                  How would one do the corner turns ?? It didn't show that part

                  I have this foot it came in a kit and I've never used it before.... I actually forgot I had it
                  Priscilla Lujan
                  Los Angeles, CA:icon_cool:

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