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GURE19722 Pfaff

Pfaff Open Toe Free Motion Foot (Cat D) Pfaff Category D

by Pfaff
£21.95

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21.95
  • Pfaff Open Toe Free Motion Foot (Cat D). The Open-Toe Free-motion foot is for wonderful free-motion sewing and quilting. This foot has an extra-large opening cut out in the front to give you an optimal view of your free-motion sewing and quilting. 1. Disengage the IDT™ system.2. Carefully loosen the small silver screw on the back of the presser foot holder until the crosshole is accessible.3. Squeeze the presser foot gently together and guide the pin of the foot into the crosshole of the presser foot holder as far as it will go. Make sure the clear arm is above the needle clamp.4. Tighten the silver screw.5. Lower the Open-Toe Free-motion Foot into the free-motion/darning position by either selecting the free-motion icon on the touch screen of your machine or manually setting the presser foot lifter in the free-motion position.6. Lower the feed dogs.7. Select a straight stitch or a zigzag stitch.8. Keeping an even speed, manually move your fabric. Remember, because the feed dogs are lowered, you must move the fabric manually. For even stitches, move your fabric in a smooth, even motion. This foot will fit Category D machines.
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Dispatched & sold by: GUR Enterprise UK Ltd
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Description

Warning

  • Domestic Use Only. Not suitable for Children Under 36 Months.

Warranty

  • Extended 10 Year Warranty PF02
  • HCODE

    GURE19722

  • MPN

    820544096

  • MANUFACTURER

    Pfaff

  • EAN CODE

    7393033019051

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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