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« on: August 12, 2006 09:14:56 PM »

I'm sure this is a totally annoying thing to ask, but if anyone can help me out I'd really appreciate it. ^_^

As detailed in this post, I have a lot of metal feet that came with a second hand Pfaff 130:



And a handful of plastic pieces, some of which look like they might be feet too?



Does anyone know what these feet are and/or what their function is?
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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2006 09:30:07 PM »

With the plastic bits the top left hand whitish pieces aren't feet. They're for hanging curtains on rails. I hope you manage to identify everything else!
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« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2006 09:31:54 PM »

starberrii :
LOL I was wondering what the heck those little white things could possibly be for!  Thanks for clearing at least that part up. ^_^
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« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2006 10:28:24 PM »

That's alright. I'm glad to be of help!
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« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2006 10:31:18 PM »

1st row -
left- looks like a free motion foot (not a darning foot, cause there's no spring, but a free embroidery foot)
middle- a rolled hem foot
right- looks like a guide for either a top stitching foot or a walking foot

2nd row- no clue about the first two, and i can't see the last one clealy enough

3rd row-
left- looks like a felling foot, but i can't be sure by the angle.  if not, just a simple straight stitch foot.
middle- looks kind of like a joining foot, but again the angle
right- can't see clearly enough

4th row-
left-looks like another rolled hem foot (they're available in different sizes sometimes)
middle-maybe a button foot? (not for button holes, but to sew on the buttons. could just be an open foot)
right- Huh

5th row-
left- can't see clearly
middle- looks like a different version of the one above it
right- Huh?


and the beige plastic things looks like the pieces for an invisible zipper foot. the two centre ones on the bottom are for different shank heights, and the flat parts slide into the other pieces, to create the feet.



EDIT: also, from googling, i see that the pfaff 130 is sometimes referred to as a tailoring machine (ie, industrial), and while someone's selling one on ebay for $35, i found another site that's selling one for $650!  http://www.chholderby.com/IndSew/Used%20Industrial%20Sewing%20Machines.htm
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« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2006 10:52:53 PM »

crafty_dame thanks once again for all your wonderful input! Smiley Smiley
I'm going to use that link you gave me and try to sleuth out what all the rest of these are. 
650$  WOW!  Industrial...so this would be considered more heavy duty than the average home machine?
It certainly looks and feels to be (weighs a flippin' ton!!).
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« Reply #6 on: August 12, 2006 11:08:56 PM »

i checked the link i gave you, but thre are so many more presser feet that it doesn't show. just google sewing machine presser feet, and see what you can find!
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« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2006 12:00:29 AM »

I certainly will, thanks again Smiley
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« Reply #8 on: August 13, 2006 09:51:42 AM »

thingwraith--you have opened up a can of worms!!  I am busy looking up the feet and parts of my machine as well--I have the invisible zipper feet but for my newer machines and they fit this old one as well!!

The thing on the third row right almost looks like a thread cutter that you attach to the presser foot--I had three of those but two were pretty dull so I threw them out....
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« Reply #9 on: August 13, 2006 12:16:24 PM »

alwaysinmyroom:  Haha, I know!  I've been scouring around all nite and first thing since I got up today, too. ^^;
That thing on the end of the third row is a binder!  I looked more closely at it last night and in very tiny letters it says "griest binder".  So, yeah.  Don't know how to use that, but I do have a lot of cool, vintage bias tape around so maybe  I can learn. ^^
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