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    Can anybody identify this (I think) walking foot?

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    It does indeed look like a walking foot, but I don't know what machine it might be for.
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      #3
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      Not a waling foot. I doesn't appear to have teeth on the bottom of it. Looks more like some kind of cording foot or something that needs to roll the fabric. Maybe a ruffle foot.
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        It looks similar to an old generic walking foot that I have but I think yours is something else. If you lift the fork, does the middle section where the needle goes in lift up and down? Mine doesn't have any teeth on the bottom, but it clearly is a walking foot. I think your foot is for another purpose. Do you know what machine it's made for?

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          Walking foot for flat felled seams?? Just guessing. Is that screw for an adjustment?

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            #6
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            I have a Bernina, bought used, and this came with it along with a true walking foot made especially for Bernina. I think this may be a universal something.
            Originally posted by bubba View Post
            It does indeed look like a walking foot, but I don't know what machine it might be for.

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              if I lift the fork, the middle section doesn't move at all. The only part that does move is that fork. There are no teeth at the bottom either. I have a Bernina 440 QE.
              Originally posted by Sharyn J View Post
              It looks similar to an old generic walking foot that I have but I think yours is something else. If you lift the fork, does the middle section where the needle goes in lift up and down? Mine doesn't have any teeth on the bottom, but it clearly is a walking foot. I think your foot is for another purpose. Do you know what machine it's made for?

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                #8
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                Is it some kind of presser foot with a side cutter?

                Check out this link: images of bernina feet - Bing Images
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                  well, if it was a side cutter, I'm assuming there'd be a sharp piece to it, but there isn't. It's all easily touched by me. In the pic, it looks like there's some sort of shank attached to it too. It's close, but not the same thing. Hmm, very weird. The mystery continues I guess.

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                    #10
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                    Originally posted by Slokarma View Post
                    Walking foot for flat felled seams?? Just guessing. Is that screw for an adjustment?
                    no screw and nothing moves except that fork.

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                      #11
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                      I tend to agree with Marilyn, it looks like it may be a ruffler or pleater. The actual foot part, from what I can see, looks like there is a place to feed the fabric and since the arm goes over the screw on the needle bar the whole foot would hop to allow for a pleat or ruffle to be made with each stitch.
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                        #12
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                        This might be it

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                          #13
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                          This just might be it...hmmmm.
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                            Personally, I don't think that foot is for a Bernina. I have a Bernina 150QE and all the feet are authentic; each having a number. The walking foot has Bernina stamped on the side. I've looked at every single Bernina foot available for your 440QE that I can find and I see nothing that looks like that. Perhaps it belonged to another machine and was thrown in when you bought your machine.

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                              It turns your sewing machine into an overlock/serger. It stitches and cuts the edge of the fabric as it goes.
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