Pfaff Clearview foot (Cat C).
Use the Clearview Foot when sewing decorative stitches to have an optimal view of the embroidery area. You'll be able to sew beautiful embellishments. This foot has easily visible markings to help you position decorative stitches or borders on your fabric. A special groove on the bottom allows even densely stitched patterns to be fed perfectly.
This foot will fit the Pfaff Category C machines.
Pfaff Beading Foot.
This foot is used for sewing on beads, spangles, etc.
Preparing the machine
• Needle: Left or right (left is preferable.)
• Stitch type: Three-thread overlock or wrapped edge overlock
• Stitch length: 3-5mm
• Differential feed lever: Normal position
• Upper knife: Working or non-working position
1. Select sewing method (A) or (B), then determine needle position and sew 2 or 3 stitches.
2. Turn hand wheel with hand until needle point is level with fabric surface on its upward stroke.
Then insert the end of string of beads into guide on presser foot.
3. Sew 2 - 3 stitches by turning hand wheel with hand.
4. Press beards lightly with left finger while sewing.
5. Sew the last few stitches by turning hand wheel with hand to avoid beads interfering with needle
For the Pfaff Overlocker: Hobbylock 2.0.
Husqvarna Viking Gimping Foot (Cat 7).
This Gimping Foot can be used to create a technique of dimensional satin stitch. The Gimp thread is guided by the foot as the stitch is sewn over it.
1. Thread a 40 weight Sulky rayon thread on top, embroidery bobbin thread on the bobbin.
2. Insert the gimp thread into the guide on the foot. Place the spool or length of gimp thread so it will feed smoothly into the foot as you sew.
3. Select a narrow satin stitch. (Follow the instructions for applique but width should be just wide enough for the zigzag to stitch over the gimp.) On computer machines, select the preprogrammed satin stitch and fine tune the length and width to sew over the gimp. On other machines; select a zigzag stitch, length 0.3–0.5, width 1.5–2.
4. Mark a design onto your fabric and sew over it. The design will be outlined in dimensional satin stitch.
Note: Gimping/Braiding Guide (412 55 44-45) sold separately.
Not suitable for Emerald series.
Husqvarna Viking Gimping Foot (Cat 5).
Husqvarna Viking Gimping Foot (Cat 6).
Husqvarna Viking Open Toe Foot (Cat 5)
Satin Stitch Applique, Taper Stitches, and Decorative Stitches. Length and width as desired. The tunnel on the underside of the foot feeds smoothly over the stitches and the open front gives greater visibility for accuracy.
1. Snap on foot.
2. Set decorative or satin stitch.
Husqvarna Viking Open Toe Foot (Cat 6)
Husqvarna Viking Open Toe Foot (Cat 7)
Husqvarna Viking 7 Groove Pin Tuck Foot (Cat 5)
Sew quick tucks in light weight fabrics.
Use with Twin Needle 1,6 mm (6200736-96)
and Twin Needle 2 mm (6200738-96).
Straight stitch, length 2.0
1. Snap on Pin Tuck Foot.
2. Insert and thread 1.6 or 2.0 mm twin needle.
3. Sew. Tucks are formed by Twin Needle sewing as fabric tunnels into the groove on underside of foot.
4. Place tuck in outside groove of foot to guide next tuck.
Husqvarna Viking 7 Groove Pin Tuck Foot (Cat 6)
Husqvarna Viking 7 Groove Pin Tuck Foot (Cat 7)
Husqvarna Viking 7 Groove Pin Tuck Foot (100Q)
Husqvarna Viking Open Toe Foot (100Q)
For Husqvarna Viking H Class 100Q Machine Only.
Pfaff Blindhem and Lace Foot.
The Blindhem Foot is used to sew blindhems and decorative stitches. The blind hem will make the stitches almost invisible from the right side of the garment.
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch.
2. Snap on the Blindhem Foot.
3. Fold and press the hem in place. Turn the hem back on itself toward the right side of the
fabric. Leave ¼” (6mm) of the edge exposed. (See illustration.)
4. Place the hem under the foot with the fold against the guide on the foot.
5. Loosen the guide screw to adjust the guide so that the needle just catches the thread of the
6. Guide the fabric as you sew, making sure the fold of the fabric is always against the guide.
7. Open the fabric and press lightly on the wrong side.
8. Test on a scrap piece of fabric before sewing your project.
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch
2. Snap on the Blindhem Foot.
3. Place the wrong side of the lace to the right side of the fabric.
4. Place under the foot with the fabric extending to the right of the guide. The header of the
lace will be against the left side of the guide.
5. Loosen the guide screw to adjust the guide so the needle just catches the header of the lace.
6. Guide the fabric as you sew, making sure the header of the lace is always against the
7. When finished, open the lace flat. Fold the seam allowance to the back of the fabric and
8. If using insertion lace, repeat on the other side of the lace.
For Pfaff Overlockers: Coverlock 4.0, Coverlock 3.0 & Hobbylock 2.5.
Husqvarna Viking Overlocker Blindhem and Lace Foot