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#25804 Apr 25, 2008

Hello from chilly Portland,

I've been trying to catch up on my emails and just read Yvette's

post about trying out the quilting feet on her new 730E. What is

C.J.'s method with using the no. 34 foot and the guide? I would just

love to know a different way.

I use my 37 foot (don't have the 57) but have to pay really close

attention as I don't see all that well. I do have the attachable

magnifying lenses and they work very well, but I don't always think to

use them. LOL

Also--congrats on getting the 730E. I really love using mine!!

One of the best things I bought for it is the straight stitch throat

plate. It makes SS sewing on any fabric so nice. And it's really

great for doing the embroidery with the unit.

The only thing I don't have for my machine that I still want to

get is the 5.5 mm throat plate for when I use the regular feet versus

the 9mm feet.

And thanks so much to all who posted info on where to buy Isacord

and other great threads to use. This group is so helpful!!

Happy sewing,

Mary



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#25815 Apr 25, 2008

Ho Mary,

Look in the photo section under "C.J's Stuff" She took a wonderful

picture.

Yvette

fitquilter.blogspot.com



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#25823 Apr 25, 2008

Thanks...I will.

In a message dated 4/24/2008 7:43:20 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,

yvettego@... writes:



Ho Mary,

Look in the photo section under "C.J's Stuff" She took a wonderful

picture.

Yvette

fitquilter.blogspotfitq

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#25830 Apr 25, 2008

Mary, when I piece on my 730, I use the #34C foot (same as the #1, but

clear) along with the metal seam guide, and move the needle position 3

clicks to the right.

There is a picture of the metal seam guide in my folder, here:

---Links-Are-Forbidden--- shared this method with me some time back, and I prefer it to using

the #37 or 57 feet on the 9mm machine.

CJ



Subject: [430_440_630_640_730] 1/4 inch sewing via C.J.'s method?



Hello from chilly Portland,

I've been trying to catch up on my emails and just read Yvette's

post about trying out the quilting feet on her new 730E. What is

C.J.'s method with using the no. 34 foot and the guide? I would just

love to know a different way.

I use my 37 foot (don't have the 57) but have to pay really close

attention as I don't see all that well. I do have the attachable

magnifying lenses and they work very well, but I don't always think to

use them. LOL

Also--congrats on getting the 730E. I really love using mine!!

One of the best things I bought for it is the straight stitch throat

plate. It makes SS sewing on any fabric so nice. And it's really

great for doing the embroidery with the unit.

The only thing I don't have for my machine that I still want to

get is the 5.5 mm throat plate for when I use the regular feet versus

the 9mm feet.

And thanks so much to all who posted info on where to buy Isacord

and other great threads to use. This group is so helpful!!

Happy sewing,

Mary

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#25843 Apr 25, 2008

I finally got around to measuring the seam that using #34 and 3 clicks does and it was out, bleah!! My needle can't be lined up properly, but I can get a scant seam using the #57 foot - and moving the needle. I am putting this on the list for next service.

Lorraine







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#25845 Apr 25, 2008

Yep, the seam will vary from machine to machine. My 730, set up that way,

was an absolute perfect match to my 440 using the #37 foot. I haven't

tested it with my 630 to see if they match.

CJ



Subject: Re: [430_440_630_640_730] 1/4 inch sewing via C.J.'s method?



I finally got around to measuring the seam that using #34 and 3 clicks does

and it was out, bleah!! My needle can't be lined up properly, but I can get

a scant seam using the #57 foot - and moving the needle. I am putting this

on the list for next service.

Lorraine


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