Pie para regla de movimiento libre PFAFF®

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Diseñado específicamente para funcionar con reglas/plantillas de acolchado de vástago bajo.
¡Crea emocionantes diseños de trabajo con reglas! Las marcas rojas en el pie indican su centro, lo que facilita alinear el pie y la regla al coser. Los recortes en la parte delantera y lateral proporcionan una visibilidad clara de la aguja. Plantillas de pie de regla no incluidas.
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  • Circular shape provides a constant 1/4" distance from the edge of your template

  • Red markings make it easy to line up the foot and ruler

  • Cutouts give clear sight line to the needle
VER DETALLES

Diseñado específicamente para funcionar con reglas/plantillas de acolchado de mango bajo
¡Crea interesantes diseños de trabajo con reglas! Las marcas rojas en el pie indican su centro, lo que facilita alinear el pie y la regla al coser. Los recortes en la parte delantera y lateral proporcionan una visibilidad clara de la aguja. Plantillas de pie de regla no incluidas.

ESPECIFICACIONES

How To Use:

1. Loosen the presser foot ankle screw completely and remove the ankle.


2. Place the Free Motion Ruler Foot around the presser bar, then attach it with the screw.


3. Thread your machine.


4. Select a straight stitch.


5. Set machine to Free Motion Ruler Foot mode. The feed dogs will drop automatically and the fabric will no longer fed by the machine. You must move the fabric as you sew.


6. Place the fabric under the foot and lower the foot.


7. Bring the bobbin thread to the top by taking one stitch. Hold onto both threads and sew a few stitches in place to begin.


8. Slide the edge of the ruler up to the foot. Place enough pressure on the ruler with your fingertips to gently glide the foot along the edge without the ruler moving.


9. Sew along the edge of the ruler. When near the end, stop the machine, lift the presser foot and slide the ruler into position to continue stitching the design.


10. When changing positions, stop the machine, and simply reposition the ruler and stitch in the direction needed to follow the ruler.