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osiris
« on: March 15, 2011 03:36:17 AM »

I find myself needing a little guidance from your good selves.  I have a Brother XL3600U1 & I'm starting to work on my first quilt. I need a walking foot, but I have found a few different versions & I'm unsure which I need. My manual isn't much help.

I've found the following...

F033N Walking Foot (7mm Width)
F034N Walking Woot (5mm Width)

And then

F062 Open Toe Walking Foot

Do the different mm matter? Is it in reference to the shank? How do I know which I need? The Open Toe foot has no measurement, how do I know if it's suitable?

Help, I'm lost!

ETA - Ohh I think I've identified it as the F034N.  I'm still unsure on the F062 though.
« Last Edit: March 15, 2011 04:12:37 AM by osiris » THIS ROCKS   Logged
mrkaykay
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2011 07:07:09 AM »

i dunno but i suspect its to do with how wide you could zig zag with it
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