I just would like to know if I can buy a quilt foot feeder for my Coronado sewing machine. I have a very old one. It looks like it is a 1940s model or somewhere in there. I cannot find a date on it. It is a old black one and looks something like an old Singer. It says Coronado over the top.The numbers under the foot say: patent # 1.711.792. 2.001.966.
By Jody from Lander WY
Visit www.vintagesewingmachine.net. There are also other online stores you can find and order vintage sewing machine parts from. I hope you find what you need.
If your sewing machine has a low shank you can put any foot. If it has a high shank, like Singer, Bernina, you can use some of these makes. Go at Keepsake Quilting, they have different feet,you might find one for quilting, just look if it is a "low" or "high" shank.
Unscrew your presser foot and take it to a sewing machine shop. It will most likely be a long shank (pretty much standard size) foot. Other presser type (foots) are then available. I live 50 miles from a sewing machine store so internet is easier.
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