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#81413 Dec 5 5:51 PM

I finally replaced my 1090 love of my life with a 430 last spring. What is a good foot to buy to do machine applique using the buttonhole-like stitch (#50)? The all purpose foot for the 1090 had a thread slit in the front which allowed me to see where the needle entered the thread. The all purpose foot #1 for the 430 has a side thread slit and I simply can't see where the needle goes when appliqueing on curves. What do you recommend?

Beth



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#81414 Dec 5 6:20 PM

Open toe foot #20 should have come with your machine? I love the clear sole foot sole #34 and use it instead of the standard foot. I also think the clear applique foot is #23? It is smaller and also clear - I have one but I haven't used it. Kim

What is a good foot to buy to do machine applique using the buttonhole-like stitch



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#81419 Dec 5 7:18 PM

I use foot #23 for all types of machine appliqu.. It encloses the appliqu. and I get no tunneling as I might when using the open toe appliqu. foot. If you do alot of appliqu. it is a worthwhile purchase.

Leslie



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#81430 Dec 5 11:54 PM

I've done lots of buttonhole stitch machine applique on my 640, and my favorite foot is #20. You get a great view of your work plus the tunnel under the foot helps with smooth feeding. Have also used the #23 with success, but still the #20 seems to be my "go to" applique foot.

Marsha G



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#81433 Dec 6 1:19 AM

# 20 open toe applique

From: jeanebeth544

Sent: Monday, December 05, 2011 12:51 PM

To: 430_440_630_640_730@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [430_440_630_640_730] 430 - Foot Recommendations for Applique

I finally replaced my 1090 love of my life with a 430 last spring. What is a good foot to buy to do machine applique using the buttonhole-like stitch (#50)? The all purpose foot for the 1090 had a thread slit in the front which allowed me to see where the needle entered the thread. The all purpose foot #1 for the 430 has a side thread slit and I simply can't see where the needle goes when appliqueing on curves. What do you recommend?

Beth







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#81434 Dec 6 1:27 AM

How about the #23 clear foot? The toes are a little shorter than the #20 and

you can really see where you are going.

Carol in Phoenix it.s going to freeze tonight



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#81435 Dec 6 2:17 AM

#20...open toe applicqUe

Kathy V in NY



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#81489 Dec 8 5:13 AM

Thanks to all of you for your applique foot suggestions. It looks like #20 and #23 are the favorites. I'll pick out one of those the next time there is a sale on feet/accessories. #20 did not come with my 430. The only feed I received were #1,2,3A,4,5 and 9. Are these the standard feet that should be included?

Beth



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#81504 Dec 8 7:46 PM

Here's a link to the brochure at the Bernina site. Yes, the #20 should have been included.

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#81532 Dec 9 1:19 PM

I must have purchased an "older version" of the 430 from the dealer 1yr ago and the #20 foot was not included. .My booklet did not have it as an item included.

Bummer...that means another $36 out the door. . Or will Bernina provide the foot now as it s/b included. . Christl in CA

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From: flynquiltoregon krayburn@...>

To: 430_440_630_640_730@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Thursday, December 8, 2011 11:46 AM

Subject: [430_440_630_640_730] Re: 430 - Foot Recommendations for Applique

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Here's a link to the brochure at the Bernina site. Yes, the #20 should have been included.

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#81533 Dec 9 1:42 PM

That's a good point; I wonder if it has to do with getting the

embroidery attachment. I bought mine and I didn't receive the 20 foot

(and it was a new one - recent version).

I bought the 20 after the fact (well, my mother did)



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#81539 Dec 9 5:02 PM

the 20 foot doesn.t come with a 430 if you look at the brochure that Rick gave the link to you will see that that foot is .optional. that translates into you must purchase it.That said it is an indispensable foot as far as I am concerned.

From: Tom Baker

Sent: Friday, December 09, 2011 8:19 AM

To: 430_440_630_640_730@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [430_440_630_640_730] Re: 430 - Foot Recommendations for Applique

I must have purchased an "older version" of the 430 from the dealer 1yr ago and the #20 foot was not included. My booklet did not have it as an item included.

Bummer...that means another $36 out the door. Or will Bernina provide the foot now as it s/b included. Christl in CA

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From: flynquiltoregon mailto:krayburn@live.com>

To: mailto:430_440_630_640_730@yahoogroups.com

Sent: Thursday, December 8, 2011 11:46 AM

Subject: [430_440_630_640_730] Re: 430 - Foot Recommendations for Applique



Here's a link to the brochure at the Bernina site. Yes, the #20 should have been included.

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#81540 Dec 9 5:27 PM

The aurora 430 should have come with 6 presser feet: #1, 2, 3A, 4, 5,

and 9. The #26 presser foot would have been included with the module

purchase.

Kari~

Nobody can be exactly like me. Sometimes even I have trouble doing it. -

Tallulah Bankhead


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