The Even Feed Foot also well known as a Walking Foot has its own set of feed dogs that work in conjunction with the machines feeding system to improve the flow of the fabric. This is particularly important when sewing several layers of fabric, such as in quilting. The Even Feed Foot “pulls” the top layer or layers of fabric through at the same speed as the machine’s feed dogs are pulling the bottom layers or layers of fabric. The walking foot is wonderful for fabrics that stretch or slip easily, such as velvet and corduroy. You won't believe how helpful this foot is for matching plaids and other difficult patterns perfectly.
Used to sew plaids, velours, velvets, ultra suede and other napped fabrics.
For information on how to use this presser foot, please click here. (This file will open as a pdf in a new window, and requires Adobe Reader to be viewed. If you do not have Adobe Reader, click here to download the program free.)
Works great. No instructions on how to attach but looked here and found what I needed. Glad I got one - was working with fabric, batting and backing/quilting and have used it to also sew a outer binding (six layers of fabric) and it worked wonderfully.
Even feed/Walking foot
Jan 15, 2010
Dixie G Kellogg
West Valley Ut US
I have just used my walking foot and I am so happy with how well it works. I had fabric and batting to work with, it kept all together with out it coming out uneven. Im glad I got one.
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