Saturday, February 25, 2012

Pfaff Dynamic Spring Motion 6D foot

Unfortunately, Pfaff does not make an open-toe Dynamic Spring Motion foot.  As you can see the circle is tilted upward in the front, this design is great for embroidery but makes it difficult to see when free motion quilting.
I had the front of the circle cut out, then sanded smooth and I applied several coats of nail polish to the ends.  Behold my open-toe dynamic free motion quilting foot.
Check out the visibility now!
 I'm still practicing echo feathers.
 I'm really loving this new foot.
This is the front side.
This is back side.
 Stitch close-ups of back and front.
I am also working on a linked echo feather border on the outside border of a baby quilt.  Happy quilting all.


  1. Looks like you had a good day as well as a few other blogs I read. Good job at fixing that foot. It sure makes you feel better when you can feel like something you bought isn't a waste. Love your quilting!

  2. I did the same thing to my FMQ foot...makes such a difference.

  3. Great thinking on the foot. I've just had a lovely time looking at all your feathers (previous posts too);brilliant! Aren't we lucky to have such talented people generously sharing their skills?

  4. I love how plump and happy your feathers are! Nice work on the challenge!


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