I was asked what type of foot I use for FMQ.
When I had my Janome I used this foot. In fact I have a Janome I purchased at a garage sell that is sitting waiting for me to play on.
I had a foot similar to the one above for my Pfaff but the bottom part was plastic but since I have a need for speed (nothing like the wind in your hair).....I broke mine I am ashamed to say.
I was too cheap to buy another one.
So I went to my trusty manual and found I could use the embroidery foot. It is plastic too so it should be wary of me.
I have been using this foot for over a year now and I love it. The only problem is sometimes I can't see what I am doing. I need to get an open toe foot.
Now that being said.
It truly is easy to sew and I love my table runners to be made with this so I can sit hot stuff on them and not have to worry about the table or have several pot holders to find.
I made this little runner from Caribbean Splash by Island Batik.
I say little because it is only about ten inches wide and 32 inches long. I used orphan blocks and orphan binding. Waste not want not...right???
I like my runners for my dining room to be thin and long that way the runner will not be crowded or over come by table mats.
So what type of foot do you use when free motion quilting?