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Things you find when you're moving house…

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    So I’m moving house this summer and in the course of my packing I found these little beauties.

    Anybody know what kind of feet they are?

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    Hi Harmony — can you try posting a link to a pic of the feet? I tried to see if there was a broken link in your post that I could fix for you, but all I’m seeing right now is the plain text of your post.

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    I will try again. I’ve come to the conclusion that Flickr just hates me…

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    Oh, for the love of Pete!

    Anybody know what kind of feet these are?  I'm hoping the one on the left is a rolled hem foot.  I think the one on the right may be a zipper foot?

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    Here’s my guesses. The one on the left is for rolled hems and the one on the right is a zipper foot.

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    I agree with Robin. The on the right would work for piping, also, or anything where you need to sew very close to something that’s not flat.

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    I agree, rolled hem on the left and an adjustable zipper foot on the right. Probably for a low shank machine 🙂

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