Saturday, September 24, 2011

How to set up an accurate 1/4 " seam.

 I have heard so many questions about the quarter inch accufeed foot I decided to share what works for me.   Maybe this will help someone who is trying to get used to their Horizon.

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I hope this helps. I sure learned a lot while making this tutorial!  Have a great day!!

11 comments:

  1. That was a very good tutorial, and I am not into quilting yet, but I do have the 7700. Now I know what to do. Thanks....Brandy

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  2. Thank you! (I watched about half and later will have to come back and watch the whole thing.) I'll have to try your way when sewing other things with really narrow seams.

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  4. I came to your blog to get the link for the cute pot-a-dot purse you made and found a great tutorial. Thanks!

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  5. So glad I re-watched and finished this. Jeanna, you did a great job. Now, I need to see if my New Home (Janome) will work the same way. (I inherited this machine, and it came with all kinds of books. But, I learn best when someone shows me.) Thanks again.

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  6. Very helpful tutorial for me, I have a much better understanding of the 1/4 seam. Thankyou

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  7. That was awesome. Now I understand!

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  8. That's a great tutorial. Now, you are not using the 1/4" foot, you are using the AccuFeed foot? So when sewing layers, that is the best to use right? Sorry, I just got my Horizon day before yesterday so I'm really new. Thanks.

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  9. Good Morning Leeanne, I have a new Horizon so I am learning what it can do, I liked your tutorial thank you however is that what we call a scant 1/4"?

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  10. Fantastic imformation about my, purchased in November2012 Horizon.
    I learn by watching, so I am sooooo glad you took the time to make this vid and taught us all what to do. OH btw, that was a GREAT question from the lady doing the filming, would never have thought of that and loved your explanation.
    Thank you so much for taing the time to teach us.
    Cheers, Cindy in AUS. :o)

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