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Circular Attachment

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  • The perfect tool when you want to make unique embellishments on your sewing projects, garments and quilts.
  • Sew simple circles, flowers, or parts of circles to create unique borders or graphic patterns.
  • Combine circles in different sizes and create large patterns.
  • Please see the Product Details tab below for a complete listing of compatible Husqvarna® VIKING® sewing machines
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The perfect tool when you want to make unique embellishments on your sewing projects, garments and quilts.  See Tips & Hints below.

Designed for the following Husqvarna® VIKING® sewing machines:

DESIGNER EPIC™, DESIGNER EPIC™ 2, EPIC™ 980Q

DESIGNER DIAMOND™ series

DESIGNER RUBY™ series

DESIGNER TOPAZ™ series

BRILLIANCE™ series

SAPPHIRE™ series

OPAL™ 690Q

EDEN ROSE™ 250C

TRIBUTE™ 140C, 145C

 

Tips & Hints

  • When using the Circular Attachment, we recommend using an extension/quilter’s table. This will give extra support to the fabric and makes it easier to control and guide the fabric.
  • Utility and decorative stiches give wonderful results with this attachment, however, stitches with a default stitch width wider than 7 mm, and stitches with backward feeding cannot be used.
  • The shorter the stitch, the easier it is to get a nicely joined circle. When about to close the circle, slow down the sewing speed and if neccessary, adjust the stitch length to fill the gap.
  • You can make appliques with the circular attachment. Use fabric that does not fray or make raw edge appliqués. You can also simply stitch your applique in place with a straight stitch, cut away the excess fabric, and finish by sewing a satin stitch over the raw edges.
  • When using several layers of fabric, it is even more important to guide the fabric carefully making sure that all the layers feed together equally.