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#112194 Feb 17, 2015

Hi everybody,

I just love the 10C foot along straight lines, but I don't achieve a good result on small curves like collar round points for example. Are you successfull with that ? I want to know if some training would help or if it is not a good use for it.

Gabrielle in France



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#112201 Feb 17, 2015

Bonjour, Gabrielle! Does your Bernina have the FHS system? I find that frequently raising the presser foot and pivoting is the key to good results along those tight curves, sometimes even between each stitch.

Rebecca GraceCheeky Cognoscenti

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#112261 Feb 20, 2015

Bonjour Rebecca,Merci pour ta r.ponse !. yes, I do use the FHS system to work along small curves, but I feel that the issue with the 10C foot is a lack of visibility on the edge of the curve. It would be great to use it on the straight lines and change to the standard foot for the curves, but then you have to cut the thread, which is another issue.Have a nice dayGabrielle in France



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#112262 Feb 20, 2015

Bonjour Rebecca,Merci pour ta r.ponse !. yes, I do use the FHS system to work along small curves, but I feel that the issue with the 10C foot is a lack of visibility on the edge of the curve. It would be great to use it on the straight lines and change to the standard foot for the curves, but then you have to cut the thread, which is another issue.Have a nice dayGabrielle in France


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