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If you are looking to sew the perfect gift. there are plenty of ideas to download. These tools will open the door to your own sewing studio with more possibilities than you could ever imagine! Most of the accessories have been developed out of the joyful creativity in our own sewing studio in Huskvarna. Husqvarna Viking presser feet and accessories fit virtually all Husqvarna Viking sewing machines. creative accessories that will save you time and make your sewing and quilting easier and more professional.YOU AND YOUR SEWING MACHINE Welcome to the Husqvarna Viking world of clever. Visit our interactive sewing room at www. Be sure to experiment with your accessory feet for additional applications and visit the website for even more ideas.com where you will find hints and instructions for various sewing techniques from our own Sewing Stars. Look at page 7 to determine the machine group number for your Husqvarna Viking sewing machine model.com! This User’s Guide groups Husqvarna Viking accessories into sewing categories. Sweden where ideas are born and improved. Look through the following pages for inspiration on how easy it is to develop your sewing skills and create exciting projects with accessories from Husqvarna Viking. plus there are accessory kits for special sewing categories.husqvarnaviking. Let us inspire you at www. . garment or something for your home.husqvarnaviking.

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250. 1090. Iris. Quilt Designer II.com for more information. 330. 425. 1 Orchidea. 2 990 S. 500. 750 Quilt. 95. 770. If your sewing machine model is not included below. 1050. C C C A A A A J D A A B B B B 1 2/4 A A B B B B B B B B B B B 4 105. Rose. The number in a square will identify each of the accessories that will fit your Husqvarna Viking sewing machine. 335. 550. 540. 990. 320. 1250. Prelude 340. 6 Platinum 955 E. 7 Designer SE. 605. 535. 435. 190. Quilt Designer. Emerald 122. 90. 960. 755 Quilt. 545. Freesia 445. 200 Lily 555.husqvarnaviking. Platinum Plus 775. Designer I. 300. plus project ideas are pictured for your inspiration. 325. 610. 118. 310. 315. Sapphire 850. 150. 945. 830. Rose 600. 940. 185. 116. Scandinavia 100. 950. 210. 950 S. 100. Scandinavia 400. identify your model from the illustrations on this page. 415. 730.H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G S E W I N G A N D E M B R O I D E RY M A C H I N E S To determine which presser feet and accessories fit your model of Husqvarna Viking sewing machine. 5 Prelude 360. 120. Step by step instructions teach you how to use each foot. #1+. 1200. visit our website www. 3 630. 980. 620. 1100. Emerald 183. 350. II. 1070. 735. 230. 180. 400. 715. 950 E. 7 . 205. 225/215. 530. 1070 S.

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H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G E M B R O I D E RY S O F T WA R E P R O G R A M S Did you know that you can use your computer to create original embroidery designs and monograms? Husqvarna Viking offers a complete range of easy-to-use embroidery software that lets you create one of a kind projects and gifts. move details from one motif to another. pictures and much more. Choose from a multitude of fills and patterns. decorative patterns. Visit your local Husqvarna Viking dealer for more information and a demonstration. It is all up to you. You can regularly download updates for additional creative opportunities. You have unlimited opportunities to create your own embroidery designs. Husqvarna Viking Embroidery software turns your sewing and embroidery machine into a creative opportunity to experiment with colors. . edit and change stitches in existing embroidery designs. Your Husqvarna Viking machine and embroidery software makes it easy. Focus your energies on the creative part of embroidery. You have all the tools and techniques to translate your ideas to embroidery on fabric.

0 00 ir at io n.2 6 The Inspira 4D Drawing Kit provides the way to create embroideries with the most natural lifelike feeling. Shape and QuiltStipple. Beautiful specialty fills include Radial. O ve r ar t 55 . 4D Picture Stitch 10 .0 00 cl ip ot os ph an d 13 . then adjust with wonderful special effects. 4D Vision: See multiple embroidery designs on real garment. Spiral. Inspira 4D Drawing Kit includes: Inspira 4D Drawing tablet and pen. 4D Design Aligner: Split large designs into multiple sections. 4D Stitch Editor: Transform your designs to create new embroideries. Embellish them with traditional lettering. 4D Design Creator. stippling and motifs to your pictures. 4D Fabric Decorator: Decorate your own unique fabric. 4D Fabric Decorator. 4D Cross Stitcher: Create unique cross stitch patterns and blackwork. 4D Font Digitizing: Create or modify fonts and shapes. 4D Organizer: Find your designs and pictures easily. sp in gn pr ov id e de si fr om s gn si 50 Bo nu s de ng ki Vi H us qv ar na s. 4D Cross Stitcher. Recommended particularly for Husqvarna Viking Software modules: 4D Sketch. on Co ll ec ti I N S P I R A 4 D D R AW I N G K I T 4 1 3 0 9 00 . quilt blocks and fabrics with decorations like beads. 4D Sketch: Sketch and embroider in free motion! Add texture. fabrics and designs.4D PROFESSIONAL 920 129-026 The ultimate software system for embroidery freedom! 4D Embroidery Extra: Combine and edit unlimited number of designs and lettering. 4D PictureStitch: Make embroideries directly from treasured photos. Inspira 4D images DVD with 5000 clipart and 5000 photo images. Modules only available in 4D Professional. 4D Design Creator: Create designs automatically from a picture. crystals and appliqués. Use your favorite machine stitches or create new motifs.

The module helps you catalog all your designs and create 3D design worksheets. Resize any area with stitch density control. 4D Vision. You can also add your own real. around a circle or to border your hoop. Create Multiple lines automatically in most lettering envelopes with alignment and spacing options. Choose from over 100 specially created fonts. so it can be stitched out in a continuous sequence as many times as desired. See your designs in the hoop of your choice. Speciality techniques: see designs using twin needle (different widths) or dual threads. satin border or appliqué around enclosed areas of pictures. See Solar Active and Glow in the Dark threads change on the computer screen. motif. you can add alignment stitches to your embroidery. 11 . check Spelling as you type and edit lettering after creation. The module helps you catalog all your designs and create 3D design worksheets. Includes: 4D Embroidery Extra. 4 D E M B R O I D E RY E X T R A 920 131-026 Create your personalized embroidery vision with the Express Design Wizards. With Express Border. With the Endless feature. Remove overlap automatically when combining embroidery designs.4 D E M B R O I D E RY 920 132-026 Adjust.and more! It is also possible to edit your embroideries .move. design files. Create a beautiful Express Embroidery using satin and fill areas. Includes: 4D Embroidery and 4D Organizer. Preview fonts when selecting. such as appliqué.size fabric or garment backgrounds and view decorations on your designs. more than 275 embroidery designs and 325 clipart images. 4D Vision View Multiple designs on real garments. ColorSort Feature to reduce the number of thread changes when you sew. Convert embroideries between many file formats. for example use ExpressTrace to create redwork designs. quilt blocks and fabrics. 4D Organizer. beads and sequins. Trace outlines in a picture automatically. cross stitch designs and pictures easily with 4D Organizer. The Encore feature will automatically repeat and reflect your design along a line. personalize and combine your favorite embroideries. 4D Embroidery Extra gives you all the features of 4D Embroidery. add or delete areas of stitching. 4D Organizer Find your embroideries. 4D Organizer Find your designs and pictures easily with 4D Organizer. you can create running stitch. Combine an unlimited number of designs with text and shapes. Create your personal HTML catalog. Over 275 embroideries included.

Includes modules: 4D Stitch Editor and 4D Design Aligner. Sketch and embroider your free motion masterpiece. Frame your embroideries with the wonderful border and appliqué options. Embroider your signature or use the calligraphy feature to create beautiful monograms. Draw with your favorite machine stitches using the amazing Motif Motion feature. stippling and machine motifs to your pictures. to get an even more unique design. There are over 25 embroideries. R E Q U I R E S 4d embroidery or Sketch and embroider your free motion masterpiece. You can adjust the overlap areas between hoops and print templates to help you complete your project. Add texture. 4D Stitch Editor Edit your designs to create new embroideries! Cut out pieces of designs or work with the whole design. Use the exclusive PatternMake feature with more than 200 stamps. Add alignment stitches for easy re-hooping. Design Optimizer improves the stitch out speed and quality of most embroideries. 5000 clipart. There are over 25 embroideries. designs and fabrics. PA C K A G E . 4D SKETCH 9 2 0 1 3 7 . Add point or Global Morphing. designs and fabrics.4D DESIGN ENHANCER 920 134-026 Layout. to add wonderful effects on your designs. 5000 photos. edit and transform your designs to create new embroideries. Create appliqué with the horizontal or rotational zigzag satin stitches.0 2 6 : sta n d a lo n e Includes: Inspira 4D Drawing Kit with tablet and pen. stippling and machine motifs to your pictures. The Density Adviser allows you to check and reduce the stitch density of any embroidery. Embroider your signature or use the calligraphy feature to create beautiful monograms. Create quilt stippling stitches in quilt motion with perfectly regulated stitch length. Split large designs into multiple sections automatically. Optional package. Resize designs with density control and adjustable options. 170 Picture Backgrounds and 52 Calligraphy Backgrounds included with 4D Sketch! 4D SKETCH 920 138. Print and embroider your masterpiece at the touch of a button. Print and embroider your masterpiece at the touch of a button.026: OPTIONAL 4 d e mb r o i d e r y E x t r a . 170 Picture Backgrounds and 52 Calligraphy Backgrounds included with 4D Sketch! 12 . Draw with your favorite machine stitches using the amazing Motif Motion feature. Add texture. 4D DESIGN ALIGNER Lay out large designs for your own hoop. requires 4D Embroidery or 4D Embroidery Extra. Create quilt stippling stitches in quilt motion with perfectly regulated stitch length. Create appliqué with the horizontal or rotational zigzag satin stitches.

Designer II. Platinum 950E or Platinum Plus. and photos or create your own cross stitch designs directly on the screen. Use the pictures as templates in the background or let Cross Stitcher create a design for you automatically. requires 4D Embroidery or 4D Embroidery Extra. Use the convert thread range option to quickly switch to your favorite threads. Load embroideries in all major formats and send (one at a time) to a programmable embroidery card. Load embroideries in all major formats and send (one at a time) to a Personal d-Card. 4D Organizer included with over 100 embroideries! P R O G R A M M A B L E E M B R O I D E RY C A R D 412 41 76-02: for use in reader/writer kit 412 72 19-01 (with usb-connection) 13 . q u i lt d e si g n e r 1 1 . platinum plus. There are over 100 embroideries included with 4D Organizer! Convert individual or multiple designs from one embroidery format to another or into images. Iris. The program helps you catalog all your designs and create 4D design worksheets. drawings. PERSONAL D-CARD 412 65 69-01: for us e i n d.c a r d r e a de r / wr i t e r k i t. Platinum 955E. 4D ORGANIZER 920 136-026 Find your designs and pictures easily with the Husqvarna Viking 4D Organizer. 4D d-CARD READER/WRITER KIT 920 140-026 Manage designs on your computer for the Husqvarna Viking Quilt Designer II. platinum 950 e 4D READER/WRITER KIT 920 139-026 Manage designs on your computer for the Husqvarna Viking Scandinavia 300/400. Create beautiful monograms or traditional embroideries. and #1+/Orchidea. 4D Organizer included with over 100 embroideries! Use the d-Card Reader/Writer to update your Husqvarna Viking Quilt Designer II via Internet.4D CROSS STITCHER 920 135-026 Create your own cross stitch patterns. Automatically reflect and repeat your design with the wonderful Multiply feature. Optional package. pictures. Rose. Use ClipArt.

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easy to sew with professional results. buttonholes. zippers and more.UTILITY GARMENT SEWING Husqvarna Viking accessories make fashion and garment sewing techniques such as seam finishing. .com for more tips and techniques. Visit the Sewing Room at www.husqvarnaviking. hems. topstitching.

Keeps the seam allowances at the same distance from the edge throughout the project. 2. Sewing Ruler/Pfiffikus. The Edge Stitching Foot makes it easy to sew perfect topstitching and edge stitching. 16 . A steady Seam Ripper with large cutting blade. Lower the presser foot and start to sew. CLEAR SEAM GUIDE FOOT 413 03 48-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Guides your edge stitching when joining the fabric. 1. There is a Metallic edge guide plus four different lines for various seam allowances. easy and fun! Try the Invisible Zipper Foot to sew stylish invisible zippers like those in ready-to-wear garments. are also included to help you with your creative fashion projects.FA S H I O N F U N 920 018-096: NOT FOR EMERALD SERIES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Husqvarna Viking Fashion Fun will make your fashion garment sewing professional. Snap on the Clear Seam Guide Foot. Contents: Edge Stitching Foot. Instruction Booklet. For joining fabrics: Place fabric right sides together. Use the four other red marked lines on the presser foot for additional rows of seams or a narrower seam allowance. Fly Front Template. The Guide will follow the edge of the fabric and the seam will be sewn with the perfect straight seam allowance. 5.5 cm) seam allowance. 3. 6. a Fly Front Zipper Template and an ingenious Sewing Ruler with many applications. Invisible Zipper Foot. Thread your machine with sewing thread on top and in the bobbin. Place the fabric under the presser foot with the metallic guide at the edge of the fabric for 5/8" (1. Seam Ripper. 4.

2. length of choice. NOTE: Use this foot and/or plate with straight stitch only. Sew. center needle position. EDGING FOOT J 412 38 06-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The J Foot is used for overcast stitches that stitch to the side and can pucker or curl the fabric to prevent the fabric from curling under. Consult the Husqvarna Viking Infodisplay which recommends the J Foot for many overedge stitches. The Straight Stitch Foot features a hole in the foot just big enough for the needle when set for straight stitch. Any stitch with a width will break the needle because the needle will hit the foot and plate as it swings from side to side. The Straight Stitch Needle Plate is available as an optional accessory. Adjust stitch width as needed. 3. Snap on the Edging Foot J. Set your Designer for stitch width safety. Snap on Straight Stitch Foot.STRAIGHT STITCH FOOT 411 85 35-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Straight stitch. The tiny wire on the edge of the foot prevents the curling of the fabric edge. 17 . center needle position. 1. Select an overcast or overedge stitch and turn the hand wheel by hand to be sure the needle does not hit the foot. 1. For special topstitching and straight stitching on specialty fabrics.

leathers. ROLLER FOOT 411 85 29-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Roller Foot sews fabrics with uneven levels. 1. Fold and press hem as instructed for blind hem. 3. and fabric with nap or loops. 2. The little wheels ride smoothly over a variety of fabric types. 18 . 2.A D J U S TA B L E B L I N D H E M F O O T 411 53 31-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Adjustable Blind Hem Foot can be moved from side to side to fine tune the amount of fabric caught by the blind hem stitch. Snap on Roller Foot. Snap on Adjustable Blind Hem Foot. zigzag and other forward motion utility and decorative stitches. Select stitch and sew. velvets. Straight stitch. Place hem under foot and turn the orange dial on the blind hem foot to the right or left to adjust the foot from side to side until the wide zigzag stitch of the blind hem barely catches the fold of the fabric. 1.

making every buttonhole the same size. Use red lines on foot to sew every buttonhole the same distance from edge of project. The button size is adjusted in 2 mm steps. 4. the Non-stick Glide Foot H feeds over the fabric without sticking. plastic coated fabrics. leather and imitation leathers. 1. The middle mark gives a 9/16" (15 mm) buttoning edge. The Sensor One-Step Buttonhole Foot measures buttonhole length and sews the button size that has been entered into the machine. 4 1 5 . Line up the white range on the side of the wheel with the white marking line on the foot. 2. plastic. 19 . Select desired stitch and sew. 2. Set the button size on your Husqvarna Viking sewing machine. 3. Line up the white range on the side of the wheel before you sew the next buttonhole to sew it in exactly the same size. Use it for general sewing and buttonholes on plastic and leather type fabrics. Lower the presser foot and sew. 1. SENSOR ONE-STEP BUTTONHOLE FOOT 1 6 7 412 81 51-01: no t f or 3 5 0 . Snap on the Sensor One-Step Buttonhole Foot. The Sensor one-step Buttonhole Foot measures as it sews. Plug the cord into the socket near the light on the machine.NON-STICK GLIDE FOOT H 412 79 61-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 When sewing foam. e me r a l d s e r i e s r e q u i r e s c o n n e c t i o n. Snap on the Non-stick Glide Foot H.

Remove the button before you start to sew. The machine sews the first column in reverse. 1.A D J U S TA B L E B U T T O N H O L E F O O T 4 1 2 6 7 9 2 . Fold over the opposite fabric edge and seam allowance over the zipper. Select center needle position straight stitch. stitch below the bottom of the zipper and up to the fabric edge. 2. Snap on Narrow Zipper Foot to the right of the needle.4 5 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld se r i e s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Buttonhole Foot has a slide that is adjustable for different sizes of buttons to make several buttonhole the same size. Form a narrow fold of the seam allowance on one side and place the zipper right side up under the folded edge. 4. snap tape. Remove the basted seam with a seam ripper. 3. Baste the zipper seam. Use the markings on the left toe of the foot to position the buttonhole. 2. Illustration B 6. This foot can be snapped on to the right or the left of the needle and the grooves on the underside grip specialty fabrics for excellent feeding. snaps. Illustration A 4. A B 20 . Snap on the Narrow Zipper Foot to the left of the needle. When sewing buttonholes in stretch fabrics we recommend cording the buttonhole to increase the stability and to keep the buttonhole from stretching out. 5. Continue sewing the buttonhole. Snap on the Adjustable Buttonhole Foot and select a buttonhole. The middle mark gives a 5/8" (15 mm) buttoning edge. 3. To sew a lapped zipper into a seam: 1. along the narrow edge and up to the fabric edge. Put the button onto the foot and push the slide against the button as tight as it will go. For a corded buttonhole loop a piece of heavy thread around the finger at the back of the Buttonhole Foot as illustrated. Lower the presser foot and sew. From the right side. beads. etc. Stop sewing when the red mark on the slide has reached the beginning of the stitching. NARROW ZIPPER FOOT 412 56 57-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Snap on the Narrow Zipper Foot to stitch extra close to zipper teeth. Start stitching from the bottom of the zipper.

The coil should be on the seam line and the top stop of the zipper 3/4" (2 cm) below the cut edge of the fabric. Select center needle position straight stitch.5–3. Pull up the zipper pull. A B C D 21 . (Illustration D) If the zipper is too long. 2. Sew the seam from the lower edge and up to the zipper overlapping the backstitched seam. Stop at the mark on the zipper and seam allowance and backstitch to tie off. Buy a zipper that is at least 1 1/4" (3 cm) longer than the zipper opening. 8.0. Unzip the zipper. Snap on the regular Zipper Foot E to the left of the needle. Pin the rest of the fabric below the zipper right sides together. Place the fabric with the zipper right sides together. Sew in the same way as the first side. The excess length should be at the bottom of the zipper. Cut away excess zipper below the whipstitching. Lower the presser foot with the left opening over the zipper teeth. Make sure that the needle is perfectly aligned with the needle guide in front of the foot again. Length 2. The Invisible Zipper Foot has two grooves underneath the foot to accommodate the zipper coils and hold them in place as you stitch.INVISIBLE ZIPPER FOOT 412 68 70-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 An invisible zipper is always inserted before stitching the garment seam. Backstitch and sew. Adjust needle position to align the needle with the needle guide on the front of the foot. Place the left part of the zipper right sides together with the left side of the garment. Place the right part of the zipper on the fabric right sides together. Snap on the Invisible Zipper Foot. (Illustration C) 7. (Illustration A) 5. Mark the length of the zipper opening on the seam allowance and on the zipper. (Illustration B) 6. 4. 1. Adjust needle position to the right. Finger press up the zipper coils and lower the presser foot with the zipper coils in the right opening under the foot. whipstitch across the zipper teeth 1 1/4" (3 cm) below the inserted zipper length. 3.

Slide the Retractable Thread Shank Guide into the desired position. etc. Together with the underside of the foot which is designed to glide along the folded edge. 22 . 6. Sew on your button following the instructions in your User's Guide. and prevent the button from being sewn too tightly to the fabric.BUTTON FOOT WITH PLACEMENT TOOL 412 93 45-45: NOT FOR EMERALD SERIES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 This presser foot for sewing on buttons raises the button slightly off the fabric to give a slight thread shank to enable easy buttoning. Remove the Button Placement Tool. Snap on the Button Foot. Insert the Button Placement Tool with the button in place into the slot in the foot. 5. Insert the Button Placement Tool into the holes of the button. The button will automatically be placed in the correct position for sewing. It will allow you to have the bulk of the fabric to the left of the free arm for easier sewing. Use the inner right side of the presser foot to guide the fabric. All the way back will give you no thread shank. LEFT EDGE TOPSTITCH FOOT 412 78 42-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Left Edge Topstitch Foot guides your top stitching and edge stitching perfectly. 3. 7. use the Placement Tool. 4. The first position will give you a shorter shank for light weight fabrics. For a button smaller than 1/4" (6 mm). 1. 2. Note: Avoid using a button higher than 1/8" (3 mm). The second position (all the way forward) will give you a longer thread shank for heavier fabrics. Adjust the Stitch Width if necessary according to the width between the holes in the button. Use the Left Edge Topstitch Foot for hemming bulky projects such as curtains. Thread with matching sewing thread on top and in the bobbin. you will get a beautiful top stitch on your project. Select “Button Sewing” on your Sewing Advisor.

Reduce presser foot pressure as needed.RUFFLER 411 85 88-45 412 28 00-45 920 032-096: not f or e me r a l d s e r i e s 1 3 5 6 2 4 7 The Ruffler creates tiny pleats or gathers in light to medium weight fabrics. Replace the needle clamp screw with the longer screw included with the ruffler. Experiment with other length settings because the stitch length will also affect the fullness of the ruffle. Lower the presser foot and sew at an even medium speed. Width must always be 0 for straight stitch. Place the flat fabric right side up under ruffler. 2. 8. Set it to 0 for no pleats. Create ruffle and stitch to flat fabric at the same time: 1. 5. Ruffler set up: 1. 6. 2. the Ruffler action is disengaged for normal straight stitching. Stitch length 2. Place the fabric to be ruffled into the guide slots (G).5-3. 4. Remove the ankle/shank. Place the fabric to be ruffled right side down into the guide slot and blades as in step 1 above. Set machine for straight stitch only. 6 a pleat every 6th stitch. 7. The flat fabric is moved by the feed teeth as the top fabric is ruffled and stitched to it. 2. Experiment stitching on scraps of the same fabric to be ruffled. Sew: 1. Secure the Ruffler on the ankle with the accessory thumb screw. Place the Ruffler on the machine ankle/shank with the fork over the needle clamp screw. 3. Set it at 1 for a pleat each stitch. 3. The adjusting lever (J) sets how often the Ruffler will pleat. The adjusting screw (I) sets how full the ruffles will be. Sew. Turn the screw to the right for more and the left for less fabric fullness in the ruffle. The shorter the stitch the less distance between the pleats. and 12 a pleat every 12th stitch. then between the two black blades of the Ruffler (E & F) beyond the point of the needle. I J E F G 23 .

upper tension and presser foot pressure for more gathers. guiding the under fabric but do not hold it back. length 3 to 6. Place fabric to be gathered under the presser foot right side up. The longer the length. Sew. Keep the top fabric in the groove moving it steadily as needed. Increase the stitch length. 2. Snap on Gathering Foot. Snap The Elastic Foot onto the machine. 4. 6. The higher the number the more the elastic will be stretched. and other elastic insertion techniques. 2. The higher the setting of the dial on the foot the more the elastic will be stretched.) 7. Suitable for light to medium weight fabrics. Set the machine for three step zigzag stitch.G AT H E R I N G F O O T 412 79 71-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Gather fabric or gather and attach a ruffle in one step. Insert the elastic into the longer slot opening on the base of the foot. Straight stitch. the more the fabric will gather onto the elastic. (left needle position). Presser foot pressure 7–9. Turn the roller until the center groove of the roller matches the width of the elastic so the elastic will guide straight. Use it for action wear. The fabric will ease onto the elastic as the elastic is stretched and sewn in place. To gather and attach gathered fabric in one step: 1. the more fabric will gather. Gently push the grey roller toward the numbered dial and lift it up. adjust width according to the elastic. 3. 3. lingerie. For gathered fabric: Place fabric under Gathering Foot and sew. 5. Place fabric under the foot and sew. ELASTIC GUIDE FOOT 412 81 53-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Elastic Foot guides and stretches 6 to 12 mm wide elastic as it is sewn in place. Set the grey numbered dial on the elastic foot to 3 or 4. 24 . Place fabric to have ruffle attached to it in the groove of the foot right side down. (The higher the pressure. length 1. 1. Align the number with the tiny metal arrow. Bring the roller down on the elastic and click it into place by gently pushing it away from the numbered dial. Increase upper tension for tighter gathers.

Place project under foot with the flange guide at the edge of the project. 1. EDGE/JOINING FOOT 412 79 68-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Guides topstitching. Topstitch: Straight stitch. Edge/stitch: Straight stitch. Place flange/guide at line to topstitch.EDGE STITCHING FOOT 412 79 67-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Edge Stitching Foot guides topstitching and edge stitching perfectly. Place two pieces of fabric or trim. (Adjust the straight stitch needle positions from side to side with the width adjustment. Sew. Sew.) 4. or bridging stitch. Snap on Edge/Joining Foot. For additional parallel rows of topstitching. 2. Snap on the Edge Stitching Foot. 2. 1. Select straight stitch (or desired stitch) and adjust needle position so the stitching row will be sewn at desired distance from edge. 1. adjust needle position and sew. 3. Sew. length 2–4. 1. Snap on the Edge/Joining Foot. Joining: 3 step zigzag. Guides trims that are sewn to an edge or when two trims are sewn together. length 2–3. center needle position. Place edge of fabric against flange/guide. width 4–7. Keep fabric/trim against the flange/guide to join them. Stitch folded tucks accurately. 25 . one on each side of the guide/flange of the foot. 2. 2. left needle position. length 2–4.

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Husqvarna Viking has developed accessories to make sewing home decorating techniques and finishes such as welting and binding fast.HOME DEC SEWING Sewing for your home is a wonderful way to express yourself in fabric and fiber. easy and professional. .

Contents: Single Welt Cord Foot. Select center needle straight stitch. to cover raw edges in place of braid or trim on your upholstery and home dec projects. lay it in place on the project and straight stitch over the row of stitching in step 4. -051 german) 5 6 7 When you sew for your home. D O U B L E W E LT C O R D F O O T 412 62 71-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Double Welt Cord Foot is used to make trim. 4. 1/2" Bias Binder. stitch length 3. To sew the double welt cord trim to fabric.HOME DEC KIT 920 076-026: not for emerald series (english) (-001 swedish. -046 spanish. Cushions. 28 . 1. Wrap the excess fabric to the underside and straight stitch between the cords through all layers. chair covers. -041 italian. use small upholstery finishing tacks or a staple gun to attach the double welt cord trim to cover raw edges. The Home Dec Kit helps you sew professional home decorations easier than ever before with the presser feet and accessories included. Create any color of trim when the color you need is not readily available. 2. cushions and other home accessories. Snap on the Double Welt Cord Foot. Place the right cord in the left groove on the underside of the foot. 6. -011 finnish. -036 dutch. or as a decorative touch on pillows. -006 danish. Place the fabric and cords under the Double Welt Cord Foot with raw edges of the fabric to the right. Home Dec Project Booklet. Double Welt Cord Foot. 5. -021 norwegian. 1/4" Bias Binder. For the edges of upholstery. Pillow Template. Cut bias strip wide enough to wrap around two cords plus seam allowance. 3. Perfect Press. Purchase 1/4" (6 mm) Cotton Filler Cord at least two times the length of the finished length of double welt trim. Keep the cords against the fold as you sew. Place the cords side by side on the wrong side of the bias strip and wrap the fabric around the cords. Trim the excess fabric on the wrong side near the stitching. T-pins. Ruffler. curtains and other decorator items create a unique decorating style that cannot be bought! It is appreciated both by your family and visitors. you know how fun it is to personalize your projects.0. -031 french.

accurately make and insert welted cording into your upholstered and home dec projects. 3. this accessory foot gives you a professional finish. Place it under the Single Welt Cord Foot with the welt cord in the groove of the foot. The welt cord will be between the two layers. Select center needle straight stitch. To stitch covered welt cord into a seam: 1. Place the fabric and cord under the Single Welt Cord Foot with the cording in the groove on the underside of the foot. Place the second piece of fabric right sides together with the first. Touch the width to adjust the needle position slightly to the right to cover the first stitching. 2. Cut strips of bias or cross grain fabric wide enough to cover the cord plus seam allowance. 2. Clip the seam allowance of the welt cord at curves and corners. Select center needle position straight stitch. stitch length 3. To cover welt cording: 1. quickly. Whether the welt cord is purchased pre-covered or you cover it yourself. Place the covered welt cord on the right side of the fabric along the seam line. Place the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric strip around the cord. Stitch the welt cord to the fabric. stitch length 3. 4. Use 1/4" (6 mm) Cotton Filler Cord. It sews like the piping foot but is designed for larger sizes of cording. 29 . Sew to cover the cording with the fabric. 5. Snap on the Single Welt Cord Foot. 3.S I N G L E W E LT C O R D F O O T 412 62 70-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Snap on the Single Welt Cord Foot to easily. Snap on the Single Welt Cord Foot. Place the welt cord in the groove and stitch with the first stitching line up.

Place the edge to be bound into the groove on the left side of the funnel guide. or zigzag or decorative stitch at desired length. Place fabric into the scroll/guide of the 10 mm Hemmer. cut a 1" (24 mm) wide bias strip of light weight fabric. Insert the bias tape from the outside of the funnel guide. 1. loosen the screw on the top of the foot and position the funnel guide as needed. Do not help the fabric roll. 3. 2. (the second slot is perfect for packaged bindings). Adjust needle position as needed or to adjust the position of the binder funnel/ guide. and pull it down under the foot. 2. Snap on the A-foot. Sew.5. Snap on Bias Binder. Straight stitch. into the slot that matches its width. rolling it up to the needle. 1/4" (6 mm) BIAS BINDER 411 85 04-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To bind edges with 1/4" (6 mm) Bias Binding. 4.5.10 mm HEMMER 4 1 2 0 1 7 6 . 30 . Straight stitch. 1. Cut the end of the bias tape to a point. Simply guide it. length 2. or use packaged narrow double fold Bias Binding.4 5 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld se r i e s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Rolls a 10 mm double hem in light to medium weight fabrics. length 2. 3. Snap 10 mm Hemmer onto needle plate of machine.

and pull it down under the foot.5. 4. Sew slowly.1/2" (12 mm) BIAS BINDER 412 65 50-01 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 To bind edges with 1/2" (12 mm) Bias Binding. 1. 2. 3. 3. in the back of the foot and adjust the bracket as needed. Snap on the Adjustable Bias Binder. cut a 2" (50 mm) wide bias strip of light weight fabric. Straight stitch. Adjust needle position as needed or to adjust the position of the binder funnel/ guide. snugly in the groove as you sew. Use the screw on the right side of the bracket to adjust the width of the opening to fit the bias tape. or use packaged extra wide double fold Bias Binding. 6. from 1/4" (6 mm) to 3/4" (20 mm). Cut the end of the bias tape to a point. into the slot and pull it down under the foot. 4. length 2. or zigzag or decorative stitch at desired length. Snap on Bias Binder. Select a narrow zigzag. 5. 1. Thread with sewing thread on top and in the bobbin. Place the edge to be bound into the groove on the left side of the funnel guide. a straight stitch or a decorative stitch. Insert the bias tape from the outside of the funnel guide. 31 . Cut the end of the bias tape to a 45 degree angle. Adjustable to fit bias tapes in different widths. Insert the bias tape from the outside of the bracket. loosen the screw on the top of the foot and position the funnel guide as needed. Loosen the screw on the top. into the slot that matches its width. 2. A D J U S TA B L E B I A S B I N D E R 412 98 50-45: not f or e me r a l d s e r i e s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Make beautiful edge finishes with your favorite bias tape. keeping the fabric to be bound. Place the edge to be bound into the groove on the left side of the bracket. 7.

The clear view enables you to see the first row of stitching and adjust your needle position to stitch next to the original row. Sew. 3. Snap on the Piping Foot. The groove on the underside of the foot will guide the piping as you sew. (Hint: When you sew this piping into a garment. (Hint: Notch the seam allowance of the piping on curves and corners. Put fabric and piping layers under the piping foot with the piping in the groove on the underside of the foot. To make piping from your fabric: 1. length 2. length 2. to cover the first stitching. 2. 3. Cover cord with fabric for specialty piping. Sew. Place the piping along the seam line on the right side of the fabric and stitch in place with piping in the groove of the foot. Hint: When you sew this piping into a garment. To stitch piping into a seam. 3. 5. Lay the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric over the cord. The groove will guide the cord so the fabric covers it evenly. Place the fabric and cord under the Clear Piping Foot with the cord in the groove on the underside of the foot. Place the fabric and cord under the Piping Foot with the cord in the groove on the underside of the foot. wide enough to cover the cording plus seam allowances. 2. Straight Stitch. To stitch piping into a seam: 1. Snap on the Clear Piping Foot.) To make piping from your fabric: 1. Snap on the Clear Piping Foot. 4. adjust the needle position so it stitches one setting closer to the cord to cover the first stitching. Put fabric and piping layers under Piping Foot with the piping in the groove on the underside of the foot. 4. 3. Place the second piece of fabric on top with the right sides together. 4. The clear view allows you to see the piping placement and see exactly where you are stitching. (Hint: Notch the seam allowance of the piping on curves and corners.) 32 .) CLEAR PIPING FOOT 413 09 71-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Insert packaged piping into seams and edges for a tailored finish. Sew.5. The groove will guide the cord so the fabric covers it evenly. Sew. 2. The groove on the underside of the foot will guide the piping as you sew. adjust the needle position so it stitches one setting closer to the cord.5. Cut Bias or crosswise grain strips. 1. Lay the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric over the cord. Cover cord with fabric for specialty piping. Place piping along seam line on right side of fabric. 2. Cut bias or crosswise grain strips wide enough to cover the cording plus seam allowances. Place second piece of fabric on top with right sides together.PIPING FOOT 411 85 10-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Insert packaged Piping into seams and edges for a tailored finish. Straight stitch.

batiste napkins. 5. 5 mm NARROW HEM FOOT 411 85 17-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2 mm NARROW HEM FOOT 411 85 22-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Stitch a Narrow Hem in medium weight fabrics. 3. Zigzag stitch. Straight stitch. Do not help the fabric edge to roll.3 mm SHELL ROLLED HEM FOOT 411 85 20-45: not f or e me r a l d 1 2 2 . raise the presser foot and pull the fabric edge up into the scroll/guide on the foot.5 to 3 (can be used with decorative stitches) Snap on foot. curtains. simply hold it vertically. continue to sew. Stop with the needle in the fabric. Stop with the needle in the fabric. 2. 1 1 8 . 1 1 6 1 2 3 4 6 7 2 mm SHELL ROLLED HEM FOOT 411 85 24-45: not f or e me r a l d 1 2 2 . width 3. length 3. Place the hem under the presser foot and stitch several stitches along the edge of the hem. Lower the presser foot. scarves. simply hold it vertically. 3. lingerie. ruffles and lingerie. Do not help the fabric edge to roll. 1 1 6 1 2 3 4 6 7 Stitch a rolled hem in sheer and very lightweight fabrics for evening wear. Lower the presser foot. length 2. Snap on Narrow Hem Foot. Snap on 2 mm Shell Rolled Hem Foot. Press a rolled hem (the width of the tunnel on the underside of the foot) in the first inch of the hem. ruffles. shirt hems. Suitable for napkin edges. Stitch a Narrow Hem in very lightweight fabrics such as silk scarves. Place under the presser foot and stitch several stitches along the edge of the hem. raise the presser foot and pull the fabric edge up into the scroll/guide on the foot. Straight stitch. length 2. Press a double hem (the width of the tunnel on the underside of the foot) in the first inch of the hem. 1. 4. 2. 1. 33 . continue to sew. 1 1 8 .

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beads. trims. and “sew” much more. Husqvarna Viking accessory feet make it easy. Add the beauty and texture of embellishment to any garment. gift or craft to make it your own. .D E C O R AT I V E / CRAFTING SEWING Express your creativity with embellishments.

Stitch the braid in place. 2.0 9 6 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld se r i e s ( m u lt i la n g ua g e ) The Husqvarna Viking Embellishment Kit includes everything you need to embellish and give the sewing projects a unique touch.EMBELLISHMENT KIT 1 2 3 4 6 7 920 080-026: not for emerald series (english) 9 2 0 0 8 0 . stitches them in place in one step. The Braiding Foot makes it easy to embellish with cords or braids. Mini Bead Foot 4 mm. Embellishment Template 1.4 5 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld 1 2 2 . Snap on Narrow Braid Foot. narrow braids or trims to embellish. 3 and an Inspiration Booklet. The Gimping/Braiding Guide guides the trims or cords in front of the foot for perfect results. Contents: Braiding foot. 36 . 1 1 6 1 2 3 4 6 7 Couch or stitch yarn and narrow braids and trims to embellish garments. 1. Gimping/Braiding Guide. 1 1 8 . Narrow Braid/Cord Foot. 7-hole Cord Foot with threader. Use stabilizer as needed. length 1. 2. Create wonderful patterns with three different Embellishment Templates. width as wide as the trim or yarn. Place the yarn or trim into the hook/guide on the front of the foot and under the foot. and crafts. The Gimping/Braiding guide accessory (412 55 44-45) will guide the yarn or trim as you sew.5. gifts. NARROW BRAID/CORD FOOT 4 1 1 8 5 0 9 . Zigzag stitch. Invisible Thread. A 7-Hole Cord Foot with Threader creates one-of-a-kind trims. The Narrow Braid/Cord Foot couches or stitches yarn. Decorate a sewing project with a string of 4 or 6 mm beads with the Mini & Maxi Bead Feet. Maxi Bead Foot 6 mm.

and cords into the Braiding Foot.5 or Zigzag stitch.) On computer machines. width 1. 1. 1. length 2 to 4. 1. select a zigzag stitch. braids. cord or trim as it enters the guide as you sew. length 0. Thread a 40 weight Sulky rayon thread on top. Tighten the guide screw to hold it in place (on some models). Place straight end of the Gimping/ Braiding Guide into the slot at the top of the presser foot ankle.5–2. embroidery bobbin thread in the bobbin. 4. 1 1 6 Guides trims. Insert the gimp thread into the guide on the foot.5. Thread braid from top of foot into the guide hole and under the foot. Lower the Presser Foot and Stitch.3–0. Thread the braid. 37 . 3. Place the spool or length of gimp thread so it will feed smoothly into the foot as you sew. Select a narrow satin stitch. 2. 1 1 6 1 2 3 4 6 7 Use the Gimping Foot to create a dimensional satin stitch technique. Support the braid.4 5 ) S O L D S E P E R AT E LY. length 2. The design will be outlined in dimensional satin stitch. Mark a design onto your fabric and sew over it. select the preprogrammed satin stitch and fine tune the length and width to sew over the gimp. width wide enough to go over braid or cord (or use decorative stitch). 2. cord or trim into the curly-Q end of the guide and into the foot. 1 1 8 .GIMPING FOOT 412 58 05-45: not f or e me r a l d 1 2 2 . Gimp thread is guided by the foot as the stitch is sewn over it. 1 1 8 . Narrow Braiding Foot or Gimping Foot. 3. 2. Stabilize as needed. (SEE BELOW) GIMP THREAD 530 37 000-11 GIMPING/BRAIDING GUIDE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 412 55 44-45: not f or e me r a l d 1 2 2 . Straight stitch. N O T E : G I M P I N G / B R A I D I N G G U I D E ( 4 1 2 5 5 4 4 . The Gimping/Braiding Guide accessory (412 55 44-45) will guide the braid as you sew. (Follow the instructions for applique with the width just wide enough for the zigzag to stitch over the gimp. On other machines. BRAIDING FOOT 411 85 00-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Couch or stitch braid or cord for decorative embellishment.

Stabilizer as needed. 5. Thread decorative thread into holes from the top of the foot. The more holes you thread. 1 1 8 . Wrap lengths of thread on an empty spool to prevent tangles.0 mm 4. 2. (With some stitches it might be necessary to adjust stitch length while sewing) 38 . the wider the decorative embellishment. 6. sew. Embellish your project with the pearls. stabilize as needed. 3. The decorative threads will be stitched down creating a beautiful braid embellishment. Place the 2-3 mm string of pearls under the foot laying them in the groove on the underside of the Clear 2-3 mm Embellishment foot. 1. width to stitch over threads. width 3. CLEAR 2-3 MM EMBELLISHMENT FOOT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4 1 3 0 3 0 4 . Thread the machine with polyester invisible thread on top and regular sewing thread in the bobbin. Select one of the following stitches depending on which is available on your Husqvarna Viking sewing machine.0 mm. 1. Stitch pearls to a piece of scrap fabric first to test the thread tension. width 3. 3. Mark a design on your fabric. Embellish your work with small pearls. Zigzag stitch length 4. Decorative Stitch or zigzag. 2. 1 1 6 . Snap on 7-Hole Cord Foot.7-HOLE CORD FOOT WITH THREADER 412 01 43-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Create one-of-a-kind trims and stitch them in place in one step. Stitch slowly. Snap on the Clear 2-3 mm Embellishment Foot.4 5 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld 1 2 2 . Place threads under the foot.5 mm.0 mm Heirloom appliqué stitch length 4. Couch or stitch up to seven decorative threads at once for quick embellishment. If needed lower the thread tension.

width 5.0. width 5. length 1.0. Stitch slowly. laying them in the groove on the underside of the Mini Bead Foot. Overcast stitch.0. 3. Lower the presser foot.5. (With some stitches it may be necessary to adjust stitch length while sewing.) FOR 4 MM Heirloom Applique stitch. Stitch slowly. width 5. Place stabilizer under the fabric. Place 4 mm string pearls under the foot. Make adjustments if needed.0.5 4. length 4. length 3. Place stabilizer under the fabric.MAXI BEAD FOOT 6 mm 412 70 10-45: no t f or e me r a l d s e r i e s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 MINI BEAD FOOT 4 mm 412 70 11-45: no t f or e me r a l d s e r i e s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1.0. length 3.0. Place 6 mm string pearls under the foot.2. Turn the handwheel to make some stitches by hand carefully. or Overcast stitch.9. width 4. length 3. stitch length and width according to the beads.5 or. stitch width 4. width 5. Stitch pearls to a scrap of fabric first to test the thread tension. 4. length 0. Select one of following stitches depending on which one is available on your Husqvarna Viking Sewing machine: FOR 6 MM Heirloom Applique stitch. or program a stitch for the best result.0 or Overcast stitch. or Overcast stitch. presser foot pressure. Snap on the Mini Bead Foot. laying them in the groove on the underside of the Maxi Bead Foot. Stitch pearls to a scrap of fabric first to test thread tension. (With some stitches it may be necessary to adjust stitch length while sewing. Thread with Polyester invisible thread on top and sewing thread in a color matching the fabric in the bobbin.) 39 . 2. Lower the thread tension as needed. or program a stitch for the best result.

40 . For extra stability use Tear-Away Stabilizer underneath. Adjust the stitch length to 4. rub with stiff brush to fray strips. This foot will easily guide the sequins through a groove at the front of the foot. 3. 1. 2. Only circle round sequins can be used. Snap on the Chenille Stitching Foot. 3. Snap on the foot. Sew slowly to prevent sewing through the sequins. 5/8" wide (16 mm). while your sewing machine stitches your fancy trim in place invisible. 1 1 6 Decorate your project with glittery sequins by using the Fancy Trim Foot. Snap on the Fancy Trim Foot and select a Hand Look Appliqué Stitch.4 5 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld 1 2 2 . Alternative method: Spray with water. Make sure to use Tear-Away stabilizer underneath your fabric. a zigzag stitch or a three step zigzag stitch. Slide the sequins into the groove at the front of the presser foot. Thread with invisible thread on top and regular sewing thread in the bobbin.5 and the width according to the width of your sequins. 4. Select a straight stitch. Sew with a slow speed. (You can also use narrower strips like 3/8" wide (10 mm)). FA N C Y T R I M F O O T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 4 1 2 8 2 3 8 . 1. 1. since different fabrics behave in different ways. dry warm.CHENILLE STITCHING FOOT 412 97 52-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Makes it easy to embellish beautiful chenille effects. Add strips in rows if desired to complete your project. Start sewing on a scrap of your fabric. 6. The Chenille Stitching Foot will guide the strips onto the fabric where you want to have the chenille effect. for a beautiful effect. For beginners as well as for experienced quilters and sewers. Make sure you have pulled a piece of the sequin trim under the foot and through to the back of the foot before you start to sew. Pre-cut Chenille Bias Tape in various colors is available at your local dealer. Select short stitch length and a narrow stitch width.5 – 2. 1 1 8 . Place the strips into the presser foot. Machine wash project on cold cycle. then dry with hair dryer. 5. Thread with sewing thread on top and in the bobbin. 8. Use a minimum of three layers of chenille strips. 7. Place the fabric that will be embellished under the presser foot and the strips. 2.

Lengthen the stitches for best result. Lower the feed teeth. also called reversed decorative stitch embroidery with the Husqvarna Viking Specialty Bobbin Case. 3. Choose a stitch that does not stitch forward and back over itself. Before sewing on your project. the longer the stitch length. and adjust the bobbin tension screw if needed so the thread pulls evenly. Play around with the straight stitch. For less texture use thinner specialty threads. but go directly into the bypass slot. 1.or S foot. Select slow speed and stitch at an even speed for best results. Place the bobbin in the Specialty Bobbin Case. Place bobbin and pull specialty thread into the bobbin tension. To bring up the bobbin thread hold the top thread. and turn the hand wheel towards you. Increase top tension slightly if needed. Depending on what type of decorative thread you are using for your projects there are different ways of working with the Specialty Bobbin Case. Bypass bobbin tension. remove the stitch plate and replace the standard bobbin case with the Specialty Bobbin Case. zigzag and other decorative stitches. For both techniques thread the top with regular sewing thread. Select stitches where the density is less tight. For heavier yarns and textured specialty threads: Wind the bobbin evenly clockwise by hand. For heavy or specialty threads: Wind the bobbin with the decorative thread slowly – Husqvarna Viking logo facing out. 2. For the most textured bobbin work. do not pull the heavy thread or yarn into the bobbin tension or the thread cutter. Hint: The heavier the thread. Place the right side of the fabric facing down and place Tear Away Stabilizer on top.CHENILLE STITCHING FOOT 920 033-096: no t f or e me r a l d s e r i e s 5 6 7 Create beautiful bobbin work. Snap on B. Place the bobbin in the Specialty Bobbin Case with the Husqvarna Viking logo facing up. Slide stitch plate back in place and raise feed teeth. Use the recommended size needle for your fabric. try on a scrap of fabric until your adjustments are set. 41 . 4.

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Heirloom sewing techniques give you a feeling of tradition. beautiful hand sewing techniques created “one-of-a-kind” heirloom garments. With the Heirloom kit and accessories. . you can easily sew the same techniques on your Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machine in a fraction of the time. romance and times long past.HEIRLOOM SEWING Before the invention of the sewing machine.

Set decorative or satin stitch. -011 finnish. 44 . 3. 7 Groove Pin Tuck foot. Gimping Foot. The tunnel on the underside of the foot feeds smoothly over the stitches. -021 norwegian. taper stitches and decorative stitches. Because it is clear and has red guidelines.HEIRLOOM KIT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 920 078-026: not for emerald series (english) (-001 swedish. -041 italian. Heirloom Sewing Project Booklet. -031 french. -036 dutch. 2. -006 danish. Use stabilizer as needed. Snap on foot. Length as desired. Glass Head Pins. Wing Needle. 1. T R A N S PA R E N T F O O T B 412 79 82-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Satin stitch applique. -051 german) Contents: Edge/Joining Foot. Gathering Foot. Knife Edge Pocket Scissors. Sew. visibility and accuracy is improved. Lace Shaping and Rotary Cutting Board. Twin Needle. Braiding Guide.

CLEAR B EDGE STITCHING FOOT 413 05 83-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Clear B Edge Stitching Foot guides decorative stitching along an edge perfectly. Sew. Sew. 1. 3. 45 . 2. Snap on the Clear B Edge Stitching Foot. The flange in the center of the foot keeps the stitches aligned perfectly with the seam or marked line. CLEAR B EDGE/JOINING FOOT 413 05 84-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Clear B Edge/Joining Foot guides decorative stitching over a seam. Place your project under the foot with the flange guide at the edge of the project. Snap on the Clear B Edge/Joining Foot 2. The flange along the edge of the foot keeps the distance between the edge of the fabric and the stitching consistent. 1. 4. The tunnel on the bottom of the foot allows stitches to form perfectly and feed flawlessly. The tunnel on the bottom of the foot allows the stitches to form perfectly and feed flawlessly. keeping the flange. aligned with the seam or line as you sew. use the Clear B Edge/Joining Foot when sewing along a seam or marked line. 4. 3. Select the decorative stitch of your choice. Select the decorative stitch of your choice. use the Clear B Edge Stitching Foot when sewing along an edge. Anytime your Sewing Advisor or GraphicDisplay recommends the “B” foot. Place the seam or marked line under center flange of the foot. Anytime your Sewing Advisor or GraphicDisplay recommends the “B” foot. or marked line.

enter one time. width 0. 6.5-2. enter this program seven times. 1 2 0 0 o n ly ) 7 For Omnimotion stitches. Sew. (stitch number 1. Program a ”French Knot” stitch on computer Husqvarna Viking sewing machines to sew the heirloom candlewicking technique. width 2. length 0. If you are sewing a scallop edge cut fabric outside the scallop. scandinavia. Touch REP. # 1 . Snap on the Clear view S-Foot. length 1. To ensure a straight line of stitching draw a center line on the fabric with your Pictogram Pen where the center of the stitching will be. 1. Tear away the stabilizer. 3. CANDLEWICKING FOOT 412 51 08-45: not for iris. Place the fabric with Tear-Away Stabilizer under the presser foot. Sew carefully and let the machine control the feeding. A clear center portion for good visibility while sewing. 1 2 5 0 . width 0.0. emerald series 1 6 7 The Candlewicking Foot has a deep tunnel on the underside to feed over a built up stitching. the French Knots are spaced further apart with a longer stitch length). Program: For most computer models: Prog: (zigzag stitch. reposition the fabric so you are back on the marked line.5-2. Scallop stitches or 4 way stitches. If it is off slightly. touch the Stop button.5) enter two times (experiment with length settings.4 5 : ( # 1 + . Thread with sewing thread or decorative thread on top and sewing thread or bobbin thread in the bobbin. 5.CLEAR VIEW S-FOOT 4 1 2 9 7 5 1 . Lower the needle into the marked line. (straight stitch. length 0.1). length 1. 1. Makes beautiful borders or edgings on your tablecloths. The machine should stop with the needle on the marked line. Ocassionally. width 2. 2. 2.5) enter two times. For Husqvarna Viking Rose 600/605. 7. Select a stitch from the K menu – Omnimotion stitches. Prog: (stitch number 38.0. 46 .0). H menu – Scallop Stitches. 4.

Place tuck in outside groove of foot to guide next tuck. (For fringe. Insert and thread 2. Straight stitch. Snap on Marking Foot. Use with Twin Needle.5. cut at center of loops. Tailor Tacks: 1. Sew several stitches to mark. Zigzag stitch. Stitch with Marking Foot following desired design.5 mm 412 38 08-01 47 . 1 1 8 .MARKING FOOT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 411 85 03-45: not f or e me r a l d 1 2 2 . TWIN NEEDLE 620 07 38-96: 2 mm 620 07 39-96: 2. length 2.) 3 GROOVE PIN TUCK FOOT W I T H R A I S E D S E A M P L AT E 412 84 56-45: no t f or e me r a l d s e r i e s 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew quick tucks in medium weight fabrics. Pintucks are formed by Twin Needle sewing as fabric tunnels into the groove on underside of foot.5. 2. place cord or yarn in guide on raised seam plate. Stitch two pieces of fabric right sides together. 3. Do not tie off.0 or 2. Note: Snap on Raised Seam Plate for heavier fabrics or to place cord in tucks. Pull the fabrics to expose the open seam created by the looping threads. Press seam allowances away from the open work and stitch down if desired. Finger press loops to one side and stitch along base of loops with a straight stitch to anchor them.5 twin needle. Note: Use the Edge/Quilting Guide (412 60 19-45) for evenly spaced tucks. Use decoratively to create open/ladder seams or loops that can be fringe or animal hair. Open/ladder seams: 1.5-2. Decorative Loops or Fringe: 1. For corded tucks. Reduce tension slightly. Stitches will loop and be easy to remove. 2. 1. 2. width 3. 1 1 6 Transfer pattern markings with thread tacks. Snap on foot. length 1. 3.

5 GROOVE PIN TUCK FOOT 412 36 99-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew quick tucks in light to medium weight fabrics. Sew.0 twin needle. 3. Place tuck in outside groove of foot to guide next tuck. Insert and thread 1. 2.0 twin needle. Sew. 6 mm 48 . Snap on Pin Tuck Foot. Insert and thread 1. Sew. 2. Tucks are formed by Twin Needle sewing as fabric tunnels into the groove on underside of foot. length 2. 1. Snap on Pin Tuck Foot. Place tuck in outside groove of foot to guide next tuck.9 6 : 2 mm 9 GROOVE PIN TUCK FOOT 412 37 00-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew quick tucks in very light weight fabrics. Straight stitch. 1.9 6 : 2 mm 7 GROOVE PIN TUCK FOOT 412 36 28-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew quick tucks in light weight fabrics.6 or 2. length 1. Use with Twin Needle. Place tuck in outside groove of foot to guide next tuck. TWIN NEEDLE 6 2 0 0 7 3 6 .0. 3. Straight stitch. length 2. 3. TWIN NEEDLE 6 2 0 0 7 3 8 . Snap on Pin Tuck Foot. Use with twin needle.5. TWIN NEEDLE 6 2 0 0 7 3 6 .6 twin needle.0.9 6 : 1 . Tucks are formed by twin needle sewing as fabric tunnels into the groove on underside of foot. Use with Twin Needle. 6 mm 6 2 0 0 7 3 8 .9 6 : 1 . Insert and thread 2. 1. Straight stitch.5-2. Tucks are formed by twin needle sewing as fabric tunnels into the groove on underside of foot. 2.

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Be sure that the plate doesn’t cover the feed teeth. Place the pressed edge of the pieces on each side of the Distance Plate.0 1 : fo r d e si g n e r . 1. Line up the pressed edge of the pieces together with the distance on the plate in between. Change the regular needle plate to the Spanish Hemstitch Plate. Lower the presser foot. Thread with a decorative thread on top and in the bobbin. 2. 2. 6.S PA N I S H H E M S T I T C H F O O T 4 1 2 7 2 6 4 . Optional: Place a decorative thread in the groove of the Distance Plate. you can let go of the threads. the Spanish Hemstitch Distance Plate snaps on to the standard needle plate. If necessary. for example to achieve the width needed for a tablecloth. Thread with a decorative thread on top and in the bobbin. Snap the Distance Plate onto the needle plate by placing the little prongs into the holes in the plate. 3. Adjust stitch width to 5.0-7.0 to make sure that the needle catches the fabric edges. it will stitch on “air” for several stitches before it goes over and catches the fabric edge. Snap on the Spanish Hemstitch Foot. 3. It is used to join two finished edges. 4. Once the needle has caught the fabric. Sew. three step zig zag. 5. For the above models. 1. Sew. press under a 3/8" (1 cm) seam allowance on the fabric edges that will be stitched together. Hold these threads as you begin sewing until the needle catches on the fabric. holding the edges gently together in front of the foot. Optional: Place a decorative thread in the groove of the distance. Press a 3/8" (1 cm) seam allowance of the fabric edges that will be stitched together. Attach the white distance on the front of the needle plate. sc a n d i nav i a . holding the edges gently together in front of the foot. Lower the presser foot. Note: Avoid using stitches with too much side motion and stitches with too much motion forward and back. edging to a skirt or curtain or to piece fabric. pr e lu d e . 4. three-step zigzag stitch or a decorative stitch.0 2 : n o t fo r plat i n u m . You need to have a finished edge. It works well to attach borders. Snap on the Spanish Hemstitch Foot. 50 . Because of the nature of the stitching. Select a zigzag. 5. e m e r a ld 412 72 64-03: for designer se only 5 6 Stitch seams with a decorative open work. 920 092-096: for sapphire series 1 2 3 4 Spanish Hemstitching is a delightful addition to any project. Start with a long thread tail of both top and bobbin thread. sc a n d i nav i a not for designer se 4 1 2 7 2 6 4 . Note: Avoid using stitches with too much side motion. pr e lu d e . plat i n u m . Select a zigzag stitch. Adjust stitch width to make sure that the needle catches the fabric edges.

The Hemstitch Fork will be placed between the two rows of basting. When you reach the end of the Hemstitch Fork. length 3. Straight stitch. needle down.HEMSTITCH FORK 401 53 67-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Stitch seams with a decorative open work that looks hand sewn. Lower the Presser Foot onto the fabric with the needle in the groove of the Hemstitch Fork. Reduce presser foot pressure as needed. Place the Hemstitch Fork between the two layers of fabric with the straight ends at the beginning of the seam. Slide the guide into the clip on the ankle. raise the presser foot and pull the Hemstitch Fork toward you. topstitching. 1. 3. Adjust from side to side to the correct position.5 to 5. 1. 4. You can also use the Transparent B foot for better visibility. 2. E D G E / Q U I LT I N G G U I D E 411 73 95-45 412 60 19-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Edge Quilting guide is used for wide seam allowances. Repeat the stitching until the seam has been sewn. needle stop down. keeping the needle in the groove. or channel quilting. Optional: Baste the two layers of fabric together on each side of the seam line to keep layers feeding together. pintucks. 5. Sew two pieces of fabric right sides together to create this open work often called faggotting. 6. Press seam allowances away from the open work and stitch in place with a decorative stitch. reduce upper tension. 2. Stitch slowly. 51 . 7.

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threads. Quilters express their creativity with fabrics. . machine quilting was stitched for functional use but also offered quilters the opportunity to express their creativity. Husqvarna Viking listens and has designed accessories and presser feet that will encourage your quilting expertise and enjoyment. During the last decade. beautiful stitches and free motion artistry.Q U I LT I N G Historically. quilting by machine has developed into an art form. fibers.

Q U I LT E R ’ S P R E S S E R F E E T K I T 4 1 3 0 3 5 3 . Clear 1/4" Piecing Foot with Guide 54 .Q U I LT E R ’ S K I T I I 412 54 15-01: not for platinum. Dual Feed Foot with Guide. -36 dutch. -006 danish. -031 french. -05 french.-06 italian. -08 finnish. the creation and the creative process behind each quilt is a true joy for the creator. Free-motion Guide Foot. -03 dutch. In times long past.0 1 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld se r i e s 5 6 Contents: Dual Feed Foot with Guide. -04 german. -09 norwegian. the quilt could be a warm friend during cold nights. -036 dutch. Open Toe Stippling Foot. Quilt Project Booklet.2 6 : fo r plat i n u m se r i e s o n ly (-01 swedish. -11 finnish. -51 german) Q U I LT E R ’ S K I T V for sapphire series only. -07 danish. -046 spanish. -41 italian. -06 danish. No matter how the quilt is used. today it can also be a work of art in an exlusive art gallery. emerald series (english) (-02 swedish. -051 german) 7 Q U I LT E R ’ S K I T I V 4 1 2 7 7 3 9 . Free-motion Guide Grip. available august 2007 Quilting is a traditional form of art that exists in different styles all over the world. -31 french. Contents: Quilter’s Table. -021 norwegian. -041 italian. -46 spanish. -011 finnish. Select the Quilter’s Kit for your Husqvarna Viking Sewing machine. -21 norwegian. Open Toe Stippling Foot. -10 spanish) 5 6 Q U I LT E R ’ S K I T I I I 920 075-026: not for sapphire series (english) (-001 swedish.

Screw the feet into the legs of the table. select any non-side motion stitch. 1. 3. The fabric will feed in a circle around the push pin. Place the edge of the fabric against the guide as you sew. Slide the table onto the free arm of the machine and screw the feet up or down to adjust the height. 2. When opening package. Slide the guide all the way to the right and lift to remove it. and snap on recommended presser foot. Place screws in holes from the top. Place the gold push pin at the mark on the fabric and push it into the selected circle size hole on the table. To replace the white guide place it at the right edge of the table and slide to the left. To sew stitches in perfect circles up to 20" (52 cm) in diameter. Lift the presser foot and slide the guide from left to right to adjust it. Q U I LT E R ’ S TA B L E 412 71 74-01: for p l at i num s e r i e s only Q U I LT E R ’ S TA B L E 412 62 50-02 7 The Quilter’s Table features an adjustable seam guide for wide seam allowances and hems.Q U I LT E R ’ S TA B L E 412 79 98-01 412 79 98-02: not f or p l at i num. remove the white adhesive protective paper from the Lexan table. 1. 3. Slide the white guide to the left. Screw the legs onto the underside of the table. The distance from the left and right of the needle is displayed in inches and cm in the windows on the guide. available august 2007 55 . Q U I LT E R ’ S TA B L E for sapphire series only. 1. e me r a l d s e r i e s 1 5 6 Convert the free arm of your Husqvarna Viking Sewing Machine to an extended flat bed so you can sew large projects and quilts easily. Hold table with Husqvarna Viking label and measuring tape right side up. Slide the table onto the free arm of the machine with the small peg on the underside of the back edge of the table in the slot on the back of the machine. 2. 3. Lower the presser foot and sew. Mark a dot in the center of the area to be circle stitched and place stabilizer under the fabric. 4. 2.

for example in echo quilting.0-2. The Clear 1/4" Piecing Foot has red marks on the foot.. embroidery etc. To begin sewing 1/8" (3 mm) from the edge of the fabric. length 2. The needle will be in the down position. The Clear 1/4" Piecing Foot can be used whenever you require a 1/4" (6 mm) or 1/8" (3 mm) seam. They will help you to align the fabric at the start of your sewing. To pivot 1/4" from end of fabric. You will be positioned 1/4" (6 mm) from the edge of the appliqué. On other models. aligning edge of the fabric with the front red mark on the foot. 2.5. To begin 1/4" (6 mm) from the edge of the fabric. etc. place your fabric under the foot. 412 78 55-45 412 37 08-45 CLEAR 1/4" PIECING FOOT 412 92 74-47 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 For clear visibility when 1/4" (6 mm) and 1/8" (3 mm) seams with straight stitch are desired. sapphire series 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew a scant 1/4" seam allowance. 4. 56 . The Clear 1/4" Piecing Foot works well when stitching in the center of the fabric. Snap on the Clear 1/4" Piecing Foot. Sew with edge of fabric at edge of foot. Guidelines to turn corners for 1/4" (6 mm) or 1/8" (3 mm) seams. when fabric edge reaches first red mark on foot. This mark is 1/4" (6 mm) from the needle. To pivot 1/4" (6 mm) from the end. you are quilting around and be ready to begin sewing. 5. align the fabric with the second line from the front. Place two pieces of fabric right sides together. raise the presser foot. Turn the fabric. 1. It is ideal when you are stitching 1/4" (6 mm) away from an applique. 1. Touch Needle Stop Down. Designer Series machines will automatically stop in Pivot Position. 2. Red lines mark 1/4" and 1/8" pivot points in front of and behind the needle. at corners and at the end of your fabric. stop sewing with needle stop down. Straight stitch. stop sewing when the front line on the foot is even with the edge of the fabric you are quilting around.4 5 : n o t fo r d e si g n e r se . Thread with sewing thread or invisible thread on top and sewing thread in the bobbin.Q U I L T E R ’ S 1/4" P I E C I N G F O O T 412 78 55-45 4 1 2 3 7 0 8 . 3. embroidery.

3. 7 5 5 qui lt. stop when the first red marking on the left side of the foot reaches the edge. Guide will help you keep the 1/4" (6 mm) distance. 9 5 0 e . Sew with the guide riding in the pieced seam (ditch) of the quilt. 6. To stop sewing 1/4" (6 mm) from the end. Seam on your Sewing Advisor or center needle position straight stitch. Let the guide at the edge of the foot ride along the edge of the fabric pieces. When you come to a corner. 5. 4. line the fabric up with the line furthest to the back of the foot as show. They will help you to align the fabric at the start of your sewing. Because this foot has a small opening to better form the stitches for piecing. Quilting: 1. select Woven Medium. For beginners as well as for experienced quilters. Snap on the 1/4" Edge Stitching Foot. 1. Sew the seam. If you want the stitching 1/8" (3 mm) from the seam. pivot and continue sewing. Let the inner edge of the right toe of the foot ride along the seam. keeping the edges aligned with the guide. To use the Clear 1/4" (6 mm) Piecing Foot with Guide for topstitching a finished edge. To begin sewing at the edge of the fabric. Select the pre-programmed scant 1/4" (6 mm) quilter's piecing stitch. Snap on the 1/4" Edge Stitching Foot. This presser foot is used only to sew 1/4" Quilt Stitch. To begin sewing 1/4" (6 mm) from the edge of the fabric. The Clear 1/4" (6 mm) Piecing Foot with Guide has red marks on the foot. 3. 2. to give a hand stitched look. 5 5 5 . With the needle in the fabric. 7 5 0 qu i lt. 2. Place two fabric pieces right sides together and place them under the presser foot. align the guide on the right of the foot with the edge of the fabric. 4. stop sewing when the front line on the foot is even with the edge of the fabric. 3. aligning the raw edges with the guide on the foot. 4. Select the pre-programmed scant 1/4" (6 mm) quilter's piecing stitch. select the 1/4" (6 mm) straight stitch as above. at corners and at the end of your fabric. With the needle in the fabric. 2. The Handlook Quilt Stitch can be used if desired. Piecing: 1. place your fabric under the foot.1/4" EDGE STITCHING FOOT 412 91 41-45: for 9 5 5 e . The guide assures a perfect scant 1/4" (6 mm) seam allowance. To begin sewing 1/8" (3 mm) from the edge of the fabric. For piecing. Clear means you have good visibility to view the sewing. When you come to a corner. Guide will help you keep the 1/4" (6 mm) distance. 57 . you can use straight stitch only or the hand look quilt stitch. pivot and continue sewing. CLEAR 1/4" PIECING FOOT WITH GUIDE 412 92 74-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 For straight stitch and hand look quilting stitches. 5 4 5 7 Guides topstitching and edge stitching perfectly. align the fabric with the next line forward. stop when the second red marking on the left side of the foot reaches the edge. Sew. If using the Handlook Quilt Stitch follow the instructions for threading in your User’s Guide. Stitch.

0 9 6 : n o t fo r e m e r a ld se r i e s 1 3 5 6 2 4 7 Sew bulky layers of fabric and batting smoothly and easily. Stitching in the ditch means stitching in the finished seam of a quilt or binding. Experiment on scraps with specialty stitches and threads before sewing your project. Feed teeth up. The dual feed foot is designed to keep multiple layers sewing evenly. There is usually a higher edge to the seam. Guidelines to turn corners for 1/4" (6 mm) or 1/8" (3 mm) seams. 412 4111-01 guide right 412 4151-01 Gu ide le f t 58 . Take standard ankle and presser foot off the machine. 3. stop sewing when the front line on the foot is even with the edge of the fabric. The guide will automatically fall on the low side of the seam and will stitch flawlessly down the seam of your quilt or binding. Place the fabric to be stitched under the presser foot aligning the guide in the center of the foot with the seam. and the lower side. Select straight stitch for quilting and topstitching. Many decorative stitches sew well with the open toe dual feed foot including the hand look quilting stitch. Snap on the Clear Stitch-in-Ditch Foot. 3.5. DUAL FEED FOOT 412 53 94-45 412 28 01-45 9 2 0 0 7 7 . To pivot 1/4" (6 mm) from the end.CLEAR STITCH-IN-DITCH FOOT 412 92 74-46 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 For excellent visibility. 4. Screw in place with the accessory thumb screw. 1. For quilting. thanks to the open toe. Presser foot pressure set at 2. Thread with matching thread or invisible thread on top and thread to match your quilt back in the bobbin. 1. See exactly where the stitch will be. The side where the seam allowances have been pressed to. Dual feed foot right and left guides: Slide the guide onto the dual feed foot to guide parallel rows of stitching side by side as in channel quilting or tucking. and ease of use. 4. Use with the right or left guide for channel quilting and topstitching. Place open toe dual feed foot on the presser bar with the fork of the foot over the needle clamp screw. 2. 2. The side without the seam allowances. when stitching in the ditch. garment construction and more.

2. 2. The clear view through the foot makes it easy to match rows of stitches perfectly. 3. and Decorative Stitches.OPEN TOE FOOT 412 80 09-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Satin Stitch Applique. 1. Snap on foot. 59 . Taper Stitches. For best result use a marking pen to draw lines for exact guiding of the foot. The tunnel on the underside of the foot feeds smoothly. 4. Set decorative or satin stitch. Length and width as desired. Choose a decorative or a satin stitch. 1. CLEAR OPEN TOE FOOT 413 03 19-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew taper stitches and decorative stitches. The tunnel on the underside of the foot feeds smoothly over the stitches and the open front gives greater visibility for accuracy. 3. Snap on the Clear Open Toe Foot. plus the clear view and open front gives greater visibility and a great overview of the stitches. Sew. Sew.

The friction surface on the underside of the guide grip holds the fabric taut and provides handles for moving fabric in any direction. Thread with your choice of sewing or decorative thread on top and in the bobbin. 4. the fabric is no longer being fed by the machine. 60 . 3. The stitch length setting doesn’t matter because when you drop the feed teeth. Snap on the Clear Open Toe Free-Motion Foot. The clear vision of the Clear Open Toe Free-Motion Foot will enable you to follow patterns easily. It gives clear vision for free motion sewing. No need to hoop the fabric. 1. follow your User's Guide for instructions on setting up for Free-Motion Sewing.CLEAR OPEN TOE FREE-MOTION FOOT 412 86 06-45 1 7 The Clear Open Toe Free-Motion Foot is ideal for stitching free motion on print fabrics. Lower the feed teeth and set machine for free motion or set presser foot pressure to the darning position. 5. 2. FREE-MOTION GUIDE GRIP 412 53 88-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Place on quilt for free-motion quilting and embroidery. or when stippling around pieced or embroidered designs. You must feed (move) the fabric. 2. On other models. Set for straight stitch or stitch of your choice. On the Designer Models. 1. Hold the handles and move the quilt at a steady pace for even stitches. 3. Put on the Free-motion Presser Foot of your choice. Place the guide grip on top of the quilt or fabric to be free-motion stitched. select the V menu. Stitch in place (don’t move the fabric) for several stitches to fix start and endings. The Feed teeth will drop automatically.

Move quilt or fabric at a smooth pace for even stitches. For group 7 select the V menu. 2. Screw in place with the accessory thumb screw. Remove the ankle and attach the Open Toe Free Motion Spring Foot. Sew. presser foot pressure darning position. 1 F R E E M O T I O N F L O AT I N G A N D FREE MOTION SPRING ACTION OPEN TOE STIPPLING FOOT 412 53 10-45 (spring action) 412 80 10-45 (flo at i ng) 1 7 OPEN TOE FREE MOTION SPRING FOOT 413 03 76-45 (spring action). drop feed teeth. Bring the bobbin thread to the top by taking one stitch. not for emerald series 5 6 7 The Open Toe Free Motion Spring Foot gives clear visibility when doing free motion quilting or embroidery. Because of the open front. 7 1. 5. touch free motion straight stitch or free motion zig zag stich. 2. Place Free-motion Guide Grip on quilt or fabric and stitch. Set machine for Free Motion. (Automatically lowered on Designer SE). 1. 3. 4. moving the fabric as desired to quilt the fabric. Lower the feed teeth. Mark pattern for free-motion quilting or stitching on fabric with Pictogram Pen. 1 61 . 6. Move the fabric in a smooth motion. The spring action foot keeps the fabric from lifting with the needle as the stitch is being formed which helps eliminate thread breakage with specialty or heavier threads. moving the fabric faster as the speed of the machine is increased. 4. Place Free-motion Guide Foot on the presser bar with the wire guide over the needle clamp screw. not for emerald series 412 57 64-45 (float i ng) 1 5 6 7 The large transparent plate is marked with 1/4 and 1/8 inch guidelines for excellent visibility and accuracy when free-motion quilting and embroidering. 3. or create a free motion design. Lower the presser foot. Be sure to use the appropriate needle for the thread you are using. you can easily do stippling or follow a design in the fabric. For group 1 set machine for straight stitch (or desired stitch). Take standard ankle and presser foot off the machine. Designer on Menu V.F R E E M O T I O N F L O AT I N G A N D FREE MOTION SPRING ACTION FREE MOTION GUIDE FOOT 412 53 04-45 (spring action) 412 61 37-45 (spring action). Straight Stitch. You are creating the length of the stitch as you move the fabric.

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E M B R O I D E RY The introduction of embroidery on Husqvarna Viking sewing and embroidery machines has opened the doors to a new way to personalize and embellish everything you sew and to create designer “one-of-akind” garments and home decoration. do not miss the Husqvarna Viking Embroidery Software programs that enables you to create original. Visit you local Husqvarna Viking store for unique and beautiful embroidery designs and be sure to visit www. .com for thousands more designs to choose from. truly unique designs. There is a design for every project! To make your embroideries personal.myembroideries.

SPECIAL TECHNIQUES CD 412 79 48-01 Husqvarna Viking has developed a new demonstration CD to make it easier for you to get started with the special Husqvarna Viking embroidery techniques. Sampler of Stitch-N-Tear. Hoop Ease170x100mm. Plus Hoop 170x100 mm. The CD includes all specialty techniques andare very instructive and easy to follow. 300 Contents: Embroidery Card 45. 64 .C D Husqvarna Viking frequently produces new and exclusively made Embroidery multiformat CD's with designs created by designers. quilting. sewing stars and artists. Embroider like your grandmother but in a fraction of the time. scandinavia 400. Design Book 45. Select from flowers. iris. autograms and much more! E M B R O I D E RY C O L L E C T I O N 412 58 06-96 The Husqvarna Viking Embroidery Collection provides an overview of most embroidery cards/disks/d-Cards available.E M B R O I D E RY A C C E S S O RY K I T 920 088-096: for #1+/orchidea. Embroidery Needles. Find all Embroidery Collection Designs as well as new designs at your nearest Husqvarna Viking Dealer. Instruction E X C L U S I V E H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G E M B R O I D E RY M U LT I F O R M AT. rose. appliqué. Template. cutwork.

Choose the smallest hoop appropriate for the size of the design for best results and easy hooping.75 " x 4 " (170 x 100 mm) MIDSIZE HOOP 412 66 55-01: 6. platinum 955 e only S TA N D A R D H O O P 412 52 74-01: 4" x 4 " ( 1 0 0 x 1 0 0 mm) E M B R O I D E RY S P R I N G H O O P 412 57 38-01: 4" x 4" (100 x 100 mm) M I N I E M B R O I D E RY SPRING HOOP 412 57 39-01: 1.6" x 6" (240 x 150 mm) 5"x7" DESIGN HOOP 9 2 0 0 8 5 . iris.0 1 : 1 . 6 " x 1 . I. rose.HOOPS FROM MINI TO MEGA A variety of hoop sizes from Mini to Mega are available to stitch beautiful embroideries.75 " x 4 " ( 1 70 x 100 mm) S TA N D A R D H O O P 412 44 70-01: 4" x 4" (100 x 100 mm) M I N I E M B R O I D E RY SPRING HOOP 4 1 2 5 7 5 9 .75" x 4" ( 1 7 0 x 1 0 0 mm ) D O A L L Q U I LT E R ´ S H O O P 9 2 0 1 1 5 . 6 " ( 4 0 x 40 mm) 65 . or select the Mega Hoop to create one of a kind home dec or fashion embroidery.6" x 1. platinum plus. scandinavia 400. E M B R O I D E R Y H O O P S for designer se. platinum 955 e only E N D L E S S E M B R O I D E RY HOOP 920 051-096: 6. 300 PLUS HOOP 412 46 49-01: 6.6" (40 x 40 mm) E M B R O I D E R Y H O O P S for #1+/orchidea. II.0 9 6 : 5 " x 7 " ( 1 8 0 x 130 mm) for designer series. platinum 950 e/955 e MEGA HOOP 412 62 55-02: 14.0 9 6 : 6 " x 6 " ( 1 5 0 x 150 mm) for designer series. The Mini Hoop is perfect to embroider clothing for children and dolls. quilt designer II.2 " x 6 " ( 3 60 x 150 mm) LARGE HOOP 412 52 71-02: 9.

step by step. Insert a new Schmetz Universal size 80 needle (or Embroidery needle for speciality threads or fabrics) using size 75/11 for fine fabrics or 90/14 for heavier projects.from cute little designs to large mega hoop designs and embroideries with special techniques. Loosen the hoop screw enough to get the fabric into the hoop without distorting it. will take you through how to embroider special techniques designs 66 . Once the fabric is in the hoop. then place stabilizer and fabric over it. If the embroidery is stitched on stretched out fabric. 4.T I P S F O R B E A U T I F U L E M B R O I D E RY 1.myembroideries. www. View the art gallery for inspiration or tour the education section with animated film sequences that.com and experience the world of embroidery! Here you can find a huge selection of all our embroideries . Hoop the fabric correctly.com For a truly unique embroidery experience .myembroideries. 3. Place the larger outside hoop on a sturdy flat surface. when the hoop is removed. do not pull it because this causes distortion and stretches out the fabric. Press finished embroidery on a well padded surface from the wrong side. This is a very important element to quality embroidery.log on to www. Use the correct stabilizer for the fabric weight and type. Use a fine (40 wt) embroidery weight thread on top and a fine bobbin thread (follow the recommendations in your User’s Guide). Set the smaller inner hoop on top and press down firmly to hoop the fabric. the fabric will pucker. 2.

and chiffon where no stabilizer bulk is desired under the design. HOOP HELPER KIT 920 079-026: (english) 920 079-096: (mult i l a ngua ge ) The items included in the Husqvarna Viking Hoop Helper Kit are designed to make embroidering as easy as possible and the results the best imaginable. Hoop Ease is available in six sizes for Standard. Tighten the screw as needed so the Hoop Ease will hold the fabric on all sides and is visible within the hoop area with approximately 3/8" (1 cm) on all four sides. Hoop it with the fabric when embroidering thin. organza. Place the fabric on a flat surface with Hoop Ease on top. Hoop Ease 100 x 100 mm. slippery. 2. Mega Hoop. Grip Aid.6" x 6" (240 x 150 mm ) 412 74 95-04: 14. 3. CD with 12 Free Designs. Husqvarna Viking Hoop Ease can be used a number of times and is available as an accessory. HOOP GRIP 412 73 86-45 Holds your embroidery hoop secure for easy positioning and hooping of your fabric or garment. slippery fabrics like silk. Large Hoop. as when hooping thin. The Hoop Ease keeps the fabric taut in the hoop where stabilizer can not be used. Embroider the design. Contents: Hoop Grip.75" x 4" (170 x 100 mm ) 412 74 95-03: 9. Embroidery Needles. Hoop Ease is available for all hoop sizes except the round spring hoops. organza and chiffon. Do All Quilter’s Hoop and 5" x 7" Design Hoops. Midsize/Plus Hoop. and lightweight fabrics such as silk. Inspiration Booklet.2" x 6" (360 x 150 mm ) 412 74 95-05: 5" x 7" (180 x 130 mm ) 412 74 95-06: 6" x 6" (150 x 150 mm ) Hoop Ease is a fiber stabilizer with the center cut out to eliminate stabilizer under the design area. with or without water soluble stabilizer as topping and/or backing. Place fabric and Hoop Ease on top of outer hoop and insert the inner hoop. 67 .HOOP EASE 412 74 95-01: 4" x 4" (100 x 100 mm ) 412 74 95-02: 6. lightweight. 1.

S N A P O N C L E A R E M B R O I D E RY F O O T R 4 1 2 8 4 9 8 .SENSOR Q-FOOT 412 59 75-45 7 The Sensor Q Foot is used for embroidery and free motion sewing. decorative sewing and embroidery. E M B R O I D E RY F O O T U 4 1 2 7 2 7 6 . free-motion and built-in embroidery on fabric with batting. 3 0 0 The Embroidery Foot U is used for decorative sewing and embroidery. and when there is a build up of embroidery thread or couched decorative threads.0 1 : fo r plat i n u m 9 5 5 e / 9 5 0 e . E M B R O I D E RY / Q U I LT I N G F O O T Q 4 1 2 3 9 3 7 . plat i n u m plu s. The foot allows greater visibility for both embroidery and free motion sewing. # 1 + / o r c h i d e a 1 2 5 0 7 The Snap on Clear Embroidery Foot R is used for free motion embroidery. Put on the Sensor Q Foot for free-motion Quilting with puffy battings. s c a ndi nav i a 4 0 0 . r o se . thick terrycloth towels.0 1 : fo r # 1 + / o r c h i d e a 1 2 5 0 o n ly The Embroidery/Quilting Foot Q is ideal for thicker fabrics for embroidery and free motion quilting. 68 . i r i s. quilting and embroidery on especially thick or spongy fabrics.4 5 : fo r d e si g n e r .

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Straight stitch, drop feed teeth, presser foot pressure darning position. Snap on the Darning/Quilting Foot. 1. Place fabric under foot. 2. Bring the bobbin thread to the top by turning the hand wheel. 3. Lower the presser foot. 4. Sew, moving fabric as desired to quilt or darn fabric. Move fabric in a smooth motion, moving faster as speed of machine is increased.

U S B E M B R O I D E RY S T I C K
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ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES

Husqvarna Viking has developed a number of special accessories to make your sewing easier. Special needles, stitch plates, bobbins, and “sew” much more mean time saving sewing with professional results.

Place the Clearance Plate between button and fabric. 3. 411 41 77-01 C L E A R A N C E P L AT E 411 17 32-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 The Clearance Plate creates a thread shank when sewing buttons in place. 2. 2. 1. Slide the circular sewing attachment into the groove at the back of the presser foot ankle and place the end of the attachment on the thumb tack. The fabric will feed in a circle around the thumb tack. Snap on Presser Foot B. decorative embellishments. (6 mm)) 1. coasters. 72 . Follow instructions for button sewing and stitch button in place. Hint: place the fabric in a hoop and use stabilizer under light weight fabrics. (Stitch width maximum 1/4". Place thumbtack in the center of the area to be a circle. It also can be used when sewing over heavy seams to balance the height of the foot.C I R C U L A R AT TA C H M E N T 411 85 26-45 412 60 26-45 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Sew a variety of stitches in a perfect circle for ornaments. Lower the presser foot and sew. 4. Select a favorite decorative stitch. Each end is a different thickness for more or less thread shank. tighten the accessory screw at the back of the ankle to hold the circular attachment in place (on some models tighten the accessory screw at the back of the ankle to hold the circular attachment in place).

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Snaps onto top of machine and features pins for up to eight spools of thread. Thread pins are numbered for embroidery color changes.

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Add a little extra flair with the pearl foot. There is also plenty of opportunity for creative and decorative overlock techniques.HUSKYLOCK SEWING AND EMBELLISHING An overlock machine makes your sewing room complete. trim excess fabric and overcast the edges in one sewing step with speed and precision. Your Husqvarna Viking Huskylock will sew the seam. . There are many Huskylock accessories for even more special sewing techniques. gathering foot or piping foot.

overcasts and trims the seam allowances. flatlock. Sewing Advisor sets automatic differential feed and stitch length. cover stitch. HUSKYLOCK 905 2. 78 . and more. 3. 3. and more. Combine the speed and professional finish of your Huskylock 901 with the versatility of your sewing machine for unlimited creativity. free arm. all in one step. HUSKYLOCK 910 2. Free arm for small areas and 50 memories for specialty stitches. 4 thread overlock with flatlock. differential feed. 4 thread overlock with Sewing Advisor features 11 preprogrammed stitches including 2. 5 thread overlock. and more. differential feed. 3.HUSKYLOCK 936 Top of the line overlock with Sewing Advisor features 16 preprogrammed stitches including 2. free arm. The Huskylock 901 offers you a wide variety of 2. instant rolled edge. 4. instant rolled edge. 50 memories. flatlock. 4 thread overlock. 3 and 4 thread sewing. instant rolled edge. 3. HUSKYLOCK 901 The Huskylock 901 sews. chain stitch. differential feed.

You may also use this foot to apply the pearls using a flatlock stitch along a folded edge to embellish all over your fabric. (UL) converter in place. -finger ”N” position. 1. Fabric: light to medium weight woven. Take one stitch by hand. (LL) 5–6. 9 1 0 . Replace regular foot with Pearl Foot. 3. Pull flatlock open. cutting just a little as you serge. 9 0 5 The Pearl or Beading Foot smoothly guides 1/4" pearls through a channel under the foot so you may apply them to edges of garments or crafts. (RN) removed. Raise the needle to the highest position. turning the handwheel slowly toward you to secure the pearls. 4. Raise the presser foot. (LN) 0–1. 2 mm or 4 mm pearls. Sew pearls on edge of fabric. -width 6. fold edge of fabric under and sew along fold without cutting edges. 79 . 7. Machine setting: 2 thread flatlock stitch length N-3. Tension settings: set for 2 thread flatlock. Place pearls in channel on right side of foot. 5. 2. 6. or.HUSKYLOCK PEARL FOOT 21 41 00 2-501: hus ky l oc k 9 3 6 . Sequins: can be applied in the same way with the same settings as the pearl application. left needle only.

3. 0 .4 4 0 : h u sk y lo c k 9 0 1 . (LL) N. Sew with 4-thread overlock. 9 0 5 1 6 5 0 0 0 2 .4 6 0 : h u sk y lo c k 9 0 1 Your Huskylock has two optional Piping Feet. 9 1 0 . 2. (RN) N. -width ”N”. Blind Hem Foot 0. Set stitch length to 4-5 and stitch width to 5. 5 mm 1 6 5 0 0 1 2 . Try on a scrap of fabric before sewing your project.5. (UL) N. 4.4 4 0 : h u sk y lo c k 9 0 1 1 . 3. Place fabric under the Blind Hem Foot and the fold on the guide. -finger ”N”. Fold hem as illustrated. Serge piping into the seam. HUSKYLOCK PIPING FOOT s ma l l 2 1 4 1 0 1 2 . 1. Stitch plate A.4 0 8 : h u sk y lo c k 9 3 6 . Blind Hem Foot 1.4 0 8 : h u sk y lo c k 9 3 6 . 80 . The Piping/Cording Foot makes both the covering of cord with fabric to make piping and the insertion process faster and easier. (LN) N. One for standard size piping and a wider grooved foot for larger decorator piping. Serge: 1. Loosen the guide screw to adjust the guide so the left needle just catches the fold.0 is used for medium-heavy fabrics. Tension settings: normal. 0 mm There are two different feet. Hint: Use the guide to prevent cutting your fabric for flatlock or pintucks. Fabric: medium weight woven and piping. Machine setting: 3 or 4 thread stitch length ”N”. Replace regular foot with Piping Foot.HUSKYLOCK BLIND HEM FOOT 1 6 5 0 0 0 2 . 9 0 5 l a r ge 21 4 1 0 0 2 . Cut square of fabric in two and lay piping along seam line between the two pieces of fabric (right sides together). Insert fabric pieces under the foot so that the piping lays in the groove under the foot.5 is used for fine-medium fabrics. 2. 9 1 0 . The sewing technique for both is the same. Snap on Blind Hem Foot.

Set all tension dials for normal tension. HUSKYLOCK ELASTIC FOOT 21 41 00 2-407: hus ky l oc k 9 3 6 . 3. stitch width N (4–5). Sew the elastic only until it is feeding out of the foot. Loosen the screw at the front of the Elastic Foot to release the tension on the roller and insert the elastic into the foot.5 (901: 2). 6. for 905/910/936: C.5–5). 81 . 4. 9 1 0 . stitch finger N (stitch plate A for 901). b. Insert the top fabric layer in the opening of Gathering Foot and flush with the bottom layer right side down. 2. Machine setting: 3-thread overlock. stitch finger N (stitch plate A for 901). Insert the bottom fabric layer between needle plate and Gathering Foot all the way to the upper cutter. Snap on the Gathering Foot. 4. Check the stitch and adjust the tension if necessary. Tensions settings: 8 for both needle thread dials and normal tension for both looper thread dials. Two needles are used. 9 0 5 12 57 00 2-560: us ky l oc k 9 0 1 The Gathering Foot. also known as a shirring foot or separator foot. To adjust the stretch of the elastic: a. Guide the fabric against fabric guide. Turn the tension screw to the right for more stretch.H U S K Y L O C K G AT H E R I N G F O O T 21 41 00 2-502: hus ky l oc k 9 3 6 . Snap on the foot and pull the elastic until it reaches behind the foot. 9 1 0 . 1. is used for joining two pieces of lightweight fabrics while gathering only one of the fabric layers as it is stitched to the flat layer. 3. width N (901: 4.and D-position. letting the bottom layer feed freely to gather. stitch length 4–5. 9 0 5 16 50 00 2-450: hus ky l oc k 9 0 1 The Elastic Foot guides and stretches narrow elastic as you sew it to fabric. Lower the presser foot and sew. 5. stitch length 3–4. Turn the screw to the left for less stretch. 1. Machine setting: 4-thread overlock. Place the fabric under the foot and sew together with the elastic. Tighten the tension screw to stretch the elastic. with right side up. 2. Differential feed for 905/910/936: 2–2.

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COVERSTITCH AND CHAINSTITCH SEWING Your top of the line Husqvarna Viking Huskylock features Coverstitch and Chainstitch sewing accessories for the most professional hems. decorative accents and finishing techniques. .

Cord guide. Use tweezers to feed tape through slot on front of foot. 6. purchase the Huskylock Cover Stitch Kit as an optional accessory. 3. Note: Use needle A & E. CLEAR COVERSTITCH FOOT 2 1 5 4 0 0 2 . 4. Insert the tape into tape guide.HUSKYLOCK 936 COVERSTITCH KIT 412 67 16-01 For ease of stitching a variety of practical and decorative overlock techniques on your Huskylock 936. Raise presser foot and slide fabric under foot to needles. B I A S TA P E F O L D E R F O O T 4 1 2 6 7 1 3 .4 5 : h u sk y lo c k 9 3 6 Set machine for Coverstitch To sew bias tape: 1. Extend tail of tape 2" (5 cm) behind foot. Press the stitch selection button until ”Auto M” ”Cover stitch wide” appears. 9. Sew belt loops without fabric underneath. Trim off the two top corners. Snap on the Clear Coverstitch Foot for decorative techniques and better visibility. 7. 84 . 2. Press the fabric selection button until appropriate fabric type appears. Note: 1" (23~25 mm) width tape can be used. Bias Tape Folder Foot.7 0 1 : h u sk y lo c k 9 3 6 The Clear Coverstitch Accessory Foot is designed to be used with the cover stitch. Top stitch folded bias tape onto fabric with cover stitch. Raise the presser foot and snap on Bias Tape Folder foot. 8. Lower presser foot and sew on bias tape only to test stitch. Hemming Foot and Bias Tape Binding Foot. Four feet with five different techniques are included in the Kit. 5. Cording and Piping Foot. This see-through foot lets you see stitches under the foot as you sew.

Press the fabric selection button until appropriate fabric type appears. Fold the fabric at the position of 1" (23 mm) from the edge. 4. 6. 5. B I A S TA P E B I N D I N G F O O T 412 67 15-45: hu s ky l oc k 9 3 6 Set machine for Coverstitch. 3.HEMMING FOOT 412 67 14-45: hu s ky l oc k 9 3 6 Set machine for Coverstitch To sew hems: 1. 7. Extend tail of bias tape 2" (5 cm) behind foot.1 1/4" (25-28 mm) width tape can be used. Use tweezers to feed the tape through slot on front of foot. 7. 2. Trim off the two top corners. 5. Press the fabric selection button until appropriate fabric type appears. Press the stitch selection button until ”Auto M” ”Coverstitch wide” appears. Note: Use needle A & E. 4. 8. Slide fabric into guide under foot to needles. Lower presser foot and sew bias tape only to test stitch. Note: Use needle A & E. 6. 3. Note: 1". Raise presser foot and insert fabric from the left side of tape guide until edge of fabric lays against pressed edge of bias tape. Insert the fabric into fabric guide with the folded side down. 9. Raise the presser foot and snap on Hemming foot. Hint: Hold tail of bias tape at back of foot to guide until fabric is under needles. Raise the presser foot and snap on Bias Tape Binding foot. To attach bias tape: 1. 2. 85 . Lower presser foot and sew bias tape along edge of fabric. Press the stitch selection button until ”Auto M” ”Coverstitch wide” appears. Insert the tape into tape guide. Lower presser foot and sew.

Tighten screw. allowing you to create row after row of matching stitches. by following the stitching of the first line with the guide. Adjust Edge Guide by sliding left or right. 4. For coverstitch and chainstitch: 1.4 5 : h u sk y lo c k 9 3 6 Whether creating pintucks or quilting with the chainstitch on your Huskylock. Do not remove screw. 86 .EDGE GUIDE AND HOLDER 4 1 2 7 1 6 8 . Loosen screw of presser foot ankle 3 or 4 turns. Edge Guide is useful when sewing parallel rows. 3. Firmly insert Guide Holder (782) into presser foot ankle. the Edge Guide and Holder will make it a snap. Insert Edge Guide (784) under clip of Guide Holder from the left side. 2.

0 mm) cord can be used. Raise presser foot and snap on Cording and Piping foot. 5. Pull the cord tail about 2" (5 cm) behind the foot. Slide fabric under front of foot. then traverse through groove of the cording and piping foot. Press the stitch selection button until ”Auto L” ”Chainstitch” appears. Wrap fabric around cording in front of foot. 4. To sew piping: 1. Note: Although Sewing Advisor recommends needle A.CORDING AND PIPING SET 412 67 11-45: hu s ky l oc k 9 3 6 To sew cording: 1. Note: The cord guide is not used for this technique. Insert cording through the groove on cording and piping foot. Slide fabric under foot and up to needles. Pull cord tail behind foot about 2" (5 cm). use needle B. Lower presser foot and sew. 3. 7. Note: 1/8"-1/4" (1-2. Set machine for Chainstitch. Snap Cord Guide into hole on front of needle plate. 3. Press the fabric selection button until appropriate fabric type appears. 87 . Note: 1/8"-1/4" (1. 2. Note: Use needle B & E. Press the stitch selection button until ”Auto N” ”Coverstitch narrow” appears.0 mm) cord can be used. Press the fabric selection button until appropriate fabric type appears. Insert cord into the hole of the cord guide. Lower presser foot and sew over cord and fabric. Note: Hold cord behind foot when beginning to sew. Set machine for Coverstitch. 6. Raise the presser foot and snap on cording and piping foot. 6. 4. lnsert fabric between the foot and cord.5~2. 5. 8. Note: Hold cord behind foot when beginning to sew. 2.

Set tension as advised by the Infodisplay. Lower the presser foot and sew. (Illustration B) 7. Select cover stitch wide for medium fabric or cover stitch narrow for light weight fabric. 3. add lace to create beautiful handkerchiefs or delicate table toppers. camisoles and heirloom projects. Insert the lace into the right lace guide and slide it beyond the needles. To sew pintucks: 1.4 5 : h u sk y lo c k 9 3 6 Now you can serge edging lace along the edges of projects using the Huskylock 936 Coverstitch. Note: Use needle B + E.PINTUCK FOOT AND GUIDE 4 1 2 7 1 6 2 . Snap on Pin Tuck Foot (750). Set needles and tension as advised by the Infodisplay. (Illustration B) A B 88 . 3. 5. Choose the fabric with the fabric selection button. Ideal for blouses. 5. Raise the presser foot and snap on Flat Lace Foot (790 B). Select Coverstitch narrow. Lower the presser foot and sew. 1. A B F L AT L A C E F O O T 4 1 2 7 1 6 4 . Make lingerie in a snap. 6. 6. (Illustration A) 4. (Illustration A) NOTE: Use tweezers to slide the fabric and the lace to the needles. Place the fabric under the presser foot and up to the needles. Set machine for Coverstitch 2. 2. 4. Raise the presser foot and snap Pintuck Guide (750 B) into the hole on front of the needle plate. Set machine for Coverstitch.4 5 : h u sk y lo c k Create beautiful pintucks quickly and easily with the Coverstitch pintuck foot and guide. Insert the fabric into the left fabric guide and slide it under the presser foot to the needles. Choose the type of fabric with the fabric selection button.

Set tension as advised by the Infodisplay.5 cm) beyond the needles. Insert lace into the right lace guide and slide it 1" (2. A) 6. 9 0 5 The handy Waste Tray fits underneath the Huskylock overlock machine to catch fabric and thread scraps that are trimmed away as you sew. 89 . 3. Fold the fabric under 1/4" (6 mm). A WA S T E T R AY 21 41 00 1-154: hus ky l oc k 9 3 6 . Slide the fabric under the foot to the needles. 1. Lower the presser foot and sew. 4. 9 1 0 . 7. Select Coverstitch wide. 5.F L AT E D G E L A C E F O O T 412 71 65-45: hu s ky l oc k 9 3 6 Fold the fabric under along the edge. Choose the fabric with the fabric selection button. Raise the presser foot and snap on Flat Edge Lace Foot (790 C). Note: Use needle A. and attach lace all in one easy step for a beautiful finish. (illus. E. using the Coverstitch Flat Edge Lace Foot. Set machine for Coverstitch 2. Insert the fabric into left fabric guide with the folded side down.

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use the Sewing Ruler.NOTIONS Whether you are an experienced sewer or a beginner. mat and ruler make fabric cutting so easy and accurate. . For accurate marking. A pair of quality scissors. They are time savers when creating all the exciting sewing projects that you have always dreamed of making! Notions are key to successful sewing and will turn tedious jobs into easy tasks and will make your sewing more enjoyable. practical and useful notions are a great help. Good quality machine sewing needles make all the difference to your project. a good seam ripper. For quilters. The Fasturn makes turning fabric tubes effortless. and a fabric marking pen are a must for every sewer. pins. a rotary cutter.

Place the template on the garment and line up one of the vertical lines with the center front on the garment. Combine the templates and experiement with different patterns. The markings are in inches and cm for different lengths of zippers. Follow the inner track for marking a single line of stitching. The bolder line indicates regular width. Align the upper edge of the fabric with the letter indicating the length of your zipper. 2. The twosided Fly Front Template makes it easy to mark either left or right openings.F LY F R O N T T E M P L AT E 412 75 49-01 Make a perfectly shaped fly front zipper with the Fly Front Template. Use a water soluble pen or chalk to trace the shape of the fly. any size. E M B E L L I S H M E N T T E M P L AT E 1 412 70 67-01 E M B E L L I S H M E N T T E M P L AT E 2 412 70 68-01 E M B E L L I S H M E N T T E M P L AT E 3 412 70 43-01 With the Embellishment Templates you can mark design lines on fabric to embellish with braids or yarn. Line up the upper edge of the garment with the line on the letter corresponding to the length of your zipper. follow the instructions given above then place the edge of the presser foot with the needle in center position and stitch along the first seam. 3. Follow the markings while stitching the zipper into place. 1. Follow the outer edge of the template to trace the shape of zippers for jeans or chinos where you have double stitching. The ruler at the edge of the template helps you to measure your design element sequence and to repeat the design evenly. Place the template on the fabric and follow the slit or the outer edge with a Pictogram pen. This will give you a 6 mm distance between the two seams. Line up the center seam of the garment with one of the vertical lines on the template to mark the width of the fly front. 92 . For double topstitching on jeans and chinos. The template for women and boys zippers are found on the front side and on the reverse side you will find the template for men and girls.

5 cm).01 B O B B I N S AV E R 620 00 28-96 SEAM RIPPER 412 75 48-01 H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G P E R F E C T PRESS IRONING BLANKET 412 65 96-01 T. and gives you a large.01 Features a jewelery loop for hanging on a chain or ribbon. 60 T-pins delivered in a small box. The Perfect Press Ironing Blanket gives you a large pressing surface anywhere! Place it on any sturdy. When sewing home decorations and upholstery. Size: 60" x 20" (50. They are easy to insert into the fabric and easy to remove.5 x 152. Protective cover included. BRASS SEAM RIPPER/BUTTONHOLE CUTTER 4 1 2 4 1 1 0 .P I N S 412 65 98-01 A good seam ripper is a necessity! The long handle is easy to grasp and the large cutting blade with a sharp point means ripping is almost effortless. 93 . these heavy duty pins will not bend or break and the crosswise heads do not sink down into the fabric. rectangular pressing surface. Especially in heavier fabric types like wool or denim. flat large surface and the Perfect Press Ironing Blanket protects the surface from the heat of the iron.EYELET CUTTER 412 37 55-45: 3 mm 620 0697-96: 4 mm MAGNETIC PINCUSHION 4 1 2 4 0 9 2 .

H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G Q U I LT E R ’ S S TA RT E R K I T 411 000 132 The perfect kit for bringing to classes. Pull handle straight and carefully to draw the fabric into the cylinder and out of the tube. Try on a scrap of fabric first and remove with a little water to make sure the Pictogram Pen disappears completely after use. PICTOGRAM PEN 412 08 38-48 Air & water soluble fabric marker for embroidery. 1/2''. The 9" x 13" (23 x 33 cm) see-all mesh bag includes a 11" x 8" Self-Healing Cutting Mat. T E M P L AT E P E N C I L 412 49 06-01 Use the template pencil to trace design placement with the embroidery templates for easy positioning of embroideries. 3/4" and three interchangable hooks.1/4". vinyl and some sensitive fabrics. Not for use on leather. 1. 94 . Twist hook handle to the left to release the wire. 2. Fasturn tubes for spaghetti straps. 3/8'' and one hook. Markings in inches. fold the end of the tube over the opening and insert Fasturn wire into the cylinder with the other hand. Pierce the fabric and twist the handle to the right until the wire pigtail is completely through the fabric. fake leather. belt loops and other garment and home decorating projects in a snap. Insert the Fasturn cylinder into the fabric tube. 1/2". 3/16". 3.FA S T U R N S E T 412 55 08-01 Includes six fasturn cylinders sizes 1/8". 4. 4" x 8" Quilter’s Ruler and a 28 mm Rotary Cutter. 3/8". FA S T U R N L I T T L E B R O T H E R 415 16 71-01 Includes three shorter length fasturn cylinders 3/4''. Pictograms and all kinds of markings on fabric.

etc.2 / D Z 415 16 45-01 SEWING RULER/PFIFFIKUS 401 66 63-01 An ingenious. Two different sizes marked in either inches or centimeters.H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G R U L E R S 20 X 20 CM 412 66 16-01 RULER 15 X 60 cm 412 66 17-01 Perfect for all your cutting and marking needs. 6. buttonholes. O L FA ® E R G O N O M I C R O TA RY C U T T E R 415 16 42-01 Comfortable to hold and angled for clean cutting. 2. The circle markings are for knitting needle sizes. seam allowances. the Husqvarna Viking Clear Plastic Rulers are marked with angle lines in 45°. 2.5 cm marking. Squeeze the trigger to extend the blade for cutting. two-sided measuring tool with many applications. release it to retract the blade away safely. A locking pin secures the blade when not in use. 60°. R E P L A C E M E N T B L A D E F O R R O T A R Y C U T T E R R T Y. 1/2 cm markings for each up to 10. 3. 4. Markings in cm for each up to 10. The guide should normally be moved from the right to the left on the fabric. Markings in mm and cm. 95 . 4 cm top edge to measure buttonhole or other small work. 1. 5. One regular 45 mm blade included. Perfect for measuring and marking hems. Left handers can easily switch the blade to the other side. 7 cm – often used measurement for home dec hemlines.

E M B R O I D E RY N E E D L E 6 2 0 0 7 1 6 . Use with metallic and other specialty threads for embroidery and decorative sewing. 2 si ze 90) ( 2 si ze 7 0 .9 6 : ( 3 si ze 7 5 .9 6 : ( 5 si ze 1 0 0 ) A very large eye on this needle makes it the ideal choice for topstitching with heavier threads.9 6 : ( 5 si ze 8 0 ) 6 2 0 0 7 1 4 . For general sewing in a variety of fabric types and weights.9 6 : ( 5 si ze 9 0 ) Embroidery Needles (H-E) have a special scarf. 12 and 30 weight cotton and other decorative threads. 2 si ze 8 0 . 2 si ze 90) Universal needles (H) have a slightly rounded point and come in a variety of sizes. Both the eye and groove are larger.9 6 : ( 5 si ze 9 0 ) 6 2 0 0 7 1 5 .UNIVERSAL NEEDLE 620 620 620 620 620 620 620 620 06 06 07 07 07 07 07 07 98-96: 99-96: 00-96: 01-96: 02-96: 03-96: 04-96: 05-96: ( 5 si ze 6 0 ) ( 1 0 si ze 6 0 ) ( 5 si ze 7 0 ) ( 1 0 si ze 7 0 ) ( 5 si ze 7 5 ) ( 5 si ze 8 0 ) ( 1 0 si ze 8 0 ) ( 5 si ze 9 0 ) 620 620 620 620 620 620 620 07 07 07 07 07 07 07 06-96: 07-96: 08-96: 09-96: 10-96: 11-96: 12-96: ( 1 0 si ze 9 0 ) ( 5 si ze 1 0 0 ) ( 1 0 si ze 1 0 0 ) ( 5 si ze 1 1 0 ) ( 5 si ze 1 2 0 ) ( 1 si ze 7 0 . 96 . 6 si ze 8 0 . TOPSTITCH NEEDLE 6 2 0 0 7 1 3 . 2 si ze 9 0 ) 6 2 0 0 7 1 7 . for techniques such as machine tatting or crazy quilt embellishment with silk buttonhole twist. and slightly larger eye to avoid damage to thread and materials.9 6 : ( 5 si ze 7 5 ) 6 2 0 0 7 1 8 . a slightly rounded point.

denim. 1 size 110) 80) 90) 100) 110) Denim needles (H-J) have a sharp point to penetrate tightly woven fabrics without deflecting the needle. For knits. Q U I LT I N G N E E D L E 620 07 26-96: (3 si z e 7 5 . fleece. synthetic suedes and leathers.DENIM NEEDLE 620 620 620 620 620 07 07 07 07 07 19-96: 21-96: 22-96: 23-96: 24-96: (2 (5 (5 (5 (5 si z e si z e si z e si z e si z e 90. 97 . 2 s i z e 9 0 ) 620 07 27-96: (5 si z e 7 5 ) 620 07 28-96: (5 si z e 9 0 ) Quilting Needles (H-Q) have a special tapered point and light ballpoint to sew through layers and batting with ease. microfibers. For canvas. swimwear. 2 size 100. STRETCH NEEDLE 620 07 29-96: (5 si z e 7 5 ) 620 07 30-96: (5 si z e 9 0 ) Stretch Needles (H-S) have a special scarf to eliminate skipped stitches when there is flex in the fabric.

denim. 6 mm ) 2 mm ) 2 .9 6 : ( 1 si ze 1 0 0 ) 6 2 0 0 7 5 3 .0.9 6 : ( 1 si ze 1 2 0 ) The Wing Needle has wide wings on the side of the needle to poke holes in the fabric when sewing entredeux and other hemstitches on natural fiber fabrics.0 for straight stitch only. 80.9 6 : ( 1 si ze 7 5 . 5 mm ) 4 mm ) 620 620 620 412 07 07 07 32 41-96: 42-96: 43-96: 56-01: (1 (1 (1 (1 si ze si ze si ze si ze 9 0 . top stitching and twin needle tucks. 80.5. 90) and types (universal. 2.SPECIAL 6 2 0 0 7 4 6 . 4 mm ) twin denim needle 6 2 0 0 7 4 7 . 2 mm ) twin embroidery needle 620 07 54-96: (1 size 100) twin wing needle 98 .0. embroidery) and distances between the two needles in mm (1. Use for decorative sewing. 6 mm) The Twin needle (Double needle) has two separate needles mounted onto one shank. 2 si ze 7 0 . Available in sizes (70. 6. 3. 4. Use the 4.9 6 : ( 1 si ze 1 0 0 . The larger the number the wider the space between the needle. 4 mm ) 1 0 0 . 3 mm ) 9 0 .0.0). 80. TWIN NEEDLE .6. 1 si ze 8 0 ) 60) 70) 80) 90) Microtex or sharp needles (H-M) have a sharp point like Denim needles but are available in smaller sizes. 4 mm ) 100.0 and 6. 1 . TWIN NEEDLE 620 620 620 620 07 07 07 07 36-96: 38-96: 39-96: 40-96: (1 (1 (1 (1 si ze si ze si ze si ze 70. 2. 80.MICROTEX NEEDLE 620 620 620 620 620 07 07 07 07 07 31-96: 32-96: 33-96: 34-96: 35-96: (2 (5 (5 (5 (5 si ze si ze si ze si ze si ze 6 0 . Use for microfiber to topstitch lightweight tightly woven fabrics. WING NEEDLE 6 2 0 0 7 5 2 .

j e a ns 1 s i z e 9 0 . 2 . 2 size 80. jeans 1 size 90) U N I V E R S A L PA C K A G E O F 1 0 411 31 17-01: (2 si z e 7 0 . 5 mm ) 620 07 49-96: (1 si z e 7 5 . 1 s i z e 9 0 . 5 mm ) Triple Needle has three needles mounted in one shank. stretch 1 s ize 75 . 1 s i z e 8 0 . 1 size 100) L E AT H E R N E E D L E S PA C K A G E O F 5 620076096: 620076196: 620076296: 620076396: ( si ze ( si ze ( si ze ( si ze 80) 90) 100) 110) U N I V E R S A L PA C K A G E O F 5 411 78 90-01: (1 si z e 7 0 . 2 size 90) Ballpoint Needles (H-SUK) have a more rounded point that will not run or snag specialty knits because it enters the fabric between the knit fibers. 2 . 1 s i z e 9 0 . 1 s i z e 9 0 . For topstitching and decorative stitching. 2 s i z e 9 0 ) 99 .BALL POINT NEEDLE 620 620 620 620 620 07 07 07 07 07 55-96: 56-96: 57-96: 58-96: 59-96: (5 (5 (5 (5 (1 si z e si z e si z e si z e si z e 70) 80) 90) 100) 70. TRIPLE NEEDLE 411 31 39-01: (2 s i z e 8 0 . 4 mm ) Stretch Twin Needle has two stretch needles mounted in one shank. A S S O RT E D N E E D L E PA C K A G E S VA R I E T Y P A C K A G E O F 1 0 412 38 10-01: (2 si z e 7 0 . 3 s i z e 8 0 . STRETCH TWIN NEEDLE 620 07 48-96: (1 s i z e 7 5 . 6 s i z e 8 0 . stretch 1 size 90.

These scissors are specially designed for trimming appliqués. These elegant embroidery scissors will remind you of the precision stork scissors from your grandmother’s day. We have developed 6 pairs of scissors designed to make different types of cutting as easy and practical as possible. To make cutting fabric easy.H U S Q VA R N A V I K I N G S C I S S O R S Quality sharp scissors that are intended for fabric make sewing so much easier. That’s why these scissors with bent handles that fit over the hoop are perfect.5" STORK SCISSORS 412 61 58-01 E M B R O I D E RY S C I S S O R S 412 44 77-01 These scissors are ideal for trimming delicate sewing projects. but comfortable to use. The handles are angled for ease of use. They have a broad “duck billed” blade to help you trim close to the appliqué. They have rounded blades to prevent the points from poking holes or cutting into the lace. Perfect for snipping threads at your Husqvarna Viking sewing machine. They are perfect for snipping threads at the machine. Small scissors with sharp blades. This quality pair meets both requirements. 100 . 6 " E M B R O I D E RY S C I S S O R S 412 61 56-01 6" APPLIQUÉ SCISSORS 412 61 55-01 8 " TA I L O R ’ S S C I S S O R S 412 61 54-01 Scissors with straight handles risk damaging both the fabric and the embroidery when you want to trim threads in the hoop. 4" HEIRLOOM SCISSORS 412 61 57-01 3. the scissors must be big enough.

Use Tear-away Stabilizers with stable woven fabrics. Choose heavy or lightweight according to your project. then tear away the WAT E R S O L U B L E S TA B I L I Z E R such as Stick-On. Cut the excess stabilizer away. Fuse layers together with your iron for even heavier layers. Visit your local dealer for assortment. Fusing stabilizes the fabric in the relaxed state and keeps it from stretching while stitching. Tear away the excess stabilizer after stitching. looks like a clear plastic sheet but this stabilizer dissolves in water. There are several different brands and weights available. Hoop the cut away stabilizer and fabric without stretching the fabric as you hoop. such as Sulky Heat Away is a very stable loosely woven fabric that stabilizes specialty techniques such as cutwork and crochet off the fabric edge then disintegrates away with heat. Score the paper with a pin so you can pull the paper off the sticky paper. Cut-A-Way is a soft fabric and is recommended for knits and all unstable fabrics especially for hoop embroidery. It is important to try them all and decide for yourself. Stabilizer choice is a personal preference. D I S I N T E G R AT I N G S TA B I L I Z E R S T I C K Y S TA B I L I Z E R C U T AWAY S TA B I L I Z E R does not tear and is available in different weights. Use as stabilizer underneath when it is important that all stabilizer residue be removed after stitching as in cutwork. Hoop the sticky stabilizer with the paper side up. is a paper backed sticky paper used for hoop embroidery when a fabric or project can not be secured in the hoop. Stitch. Dissolve-a-way is heavier weight and Sulky Solvy is a lightweight water soluble stabilizer.S TA B I L I Z E R T I P S S TA B I L I Z E R S FA L L I N T O B A S I C C AT E G O R I E S : Tear-away stabilizers are made from a fiber that will tear easily. Stick the project to be embroidered to the sticky paper and embroider. Stick the project to the sticky paper and embroider. Stitch and Tear is heavy weight. Use several layers and tear them away one at a time to keep stitches from pulling. Place it on the top of embroidery for napped and looped fabrics such as terry cloth to keep the loops from coming through the embroidery. I R O N O N T E A R A W A Y is Sulky Totally Stable paper stabilizer with a slick side that will iron on to fabric. Place underneath the fabric for decorative stitching or in the hoop with the fabric for embroidery. excess and place the project in water to remove all residues. It is also used when a project is too small to hoop. Tear-A-Way is medium weight. Use cut away stabilizer for dense stitching on knits. Fuse it to the wrong side of the fabric before decorative stitching or hooping the fabric to be embroidered. For dense stitching and hoop embroidery. It is recommended for knits and all unstable fabrics. Trace the design onto the water soluble stabilizer with a fine line permanent marking pen then tape it to the garment for free motion embroidery. The stabilizer will remain behind the embroidery through washing and wearing. Water soluble stabilizer is also used to transfer designs especially onto dark fabrics. Place it under stitching and then remove by pressing with a DRY iron set at cotton or linen.) and brands of stabilizers are coming out on a regular basis. The stabilizer turns to a dark ash and can be brushed away with a toothbrush. Use one layer. if the fusible tear away is punctured by the needle too many times it can pull away and no longer stabilize. (Another option is to remove the paper from the sticky paper and to lay the hoop onto the sticky paper and trim the excess around the outside. Embroidery on ready-to-wear T-shirts is often stabilized with cut away stabilizer. Use it with velvet and other napped fabrics that would be permanently marked by the hoop or leathers that are too stiff to hoop. The small amount left in the back of the stitching will not effect the wear. Stitch the embroidery. N E W S TA B I L I Z E R T Y P E S 101 . Sulky Tear Easy is light weight. applique or other decorative applications. Never let water or moisture near this stabilizer because water activates a chemical in the stabilizer that can disintegrate your fabric.

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5" Stork Scissors 4" Heirloom Scissors 4D Cross Stitcher 4D d-Card Reader/Writer Kit 4D Design Enhancer 4D Embroidery 4D Embroidery Extra 4D Organizer 4D Professional 4D Reader/Writer Kit 4D Sketch 5 Groove Pin Tuck foot 5 mm Narrow Hem foot 5"x7" Design Hoop 6" Appliqué Scissors 6" Embroidery scissors 7 Groove Pin Tuck foot 7-Hole Cord Foot with threader 8" Tailor’s Scissors 9 Groove Pin Tuck foot Accessory Ankle Adjustable Bias Binder Adjustable Blind Hem foot Adjustable Buttonhole foot Ball Point Needle Bias Tape Binding foot Bias Tape Folder foot Bobbin Saver Bobbins.I N D E X A L FA B E T I C A L O R D E R 1/2" (12 mm) Bias Binder 1/4" (6 mm) Bias Binder 1/4" Edge Stitching foot 10 mm Hemmer 2 mm Narrow Hem foot 2 mm Shell Rolled Hem foot 3 Groove Pin Tuck foot with raised seam plate 3 mm Shell Rolled Hem foot 3. 10-package Braiding foot Brass Seam Ripper/Buttonhole Cutter Button Foot with Placement Tool Candlewicking foot Chenille Stitching foot Chenille Stitching foot Circular Attachment Clear 1/4" Piecing foot Clear 1/4" Piecing foot with Guide Clear 2–3 mm Embellishment foot Clear B Edge Stitching foot Clear B Edge/Joining foot Clear Coverstitch foot Clear Open Toe Foot Clear Open Toe Free-Motion Foot Clear Piping foot Clear Seam Guide foot Clear Stitch-in-Ditch foot Clear View S-foot Clearance Plate Cording and Piping Set Darning foot Darning/Quilting foot Denim Needle Do all Quilter´s Hoop Double Weltcord foot Dual Feed foot Edge Guide and Holder Edge Stitching foot Edge/Joining foot Edge/Quilting Guide Edging foot J Eight Spool Thread Rack Elastic Guide foot 31 30 57 30 33 33 47 33 100 100 13 13 12 11 11 13 10 13 12 48 33 65 100 100 48 38 100 48 74 31 18 20 99 85 84 93 74 37 93 22 46 40 41 72 56 57 38 45 45 84 59 60 32 16 58 46 72 87 69 69 97 65 28 58 86 25 25 51 17 74 24 Embellishment Kit 36 Embellishment Template 1 92 Embellishment Template 2 92 Embellishment Template 3 92 Embroidery Accessory Kit 64 Embroidery Collection 64 Embroidery foot U 68 Embroidery Needle 96 Embroidery Scissors 100 Embroidery Spring Hoop 65 Embroidery/Quilting foot Q 68 Endless Embroidery Hoop 65 Exclusive Husqvarna Viking Embroidery Multiformat-Cd 64 Eyelet Cutter 93 Eyelet Plate 4 mm 73 Eyelet Plate 6 mm 73 Fancy Trim foot 40 Fashion Fun 16 Fasturn Little Brother 94 Fasturn Set 94 Flat Edge Lace foot 89 Flat Lace foot 88 Fly Front Template 92 Free Motion Guide foot 61 Free-Motion Guide Grip 60 Gathering foot 24 Gimp Thread 37 Gimping Foot 37 Gimping/Braiding Guide 37 Heirloom Kit 44 Hemming foot 85 Hemstitch Fork 51 Home Dec Kit 28 Hoop Ease 67 Hoop Grip 67 Hoop Helper Kit 67 Huskylock 901 78 Huskylock 905 78 Huskylock 910 78 Huskylock 936 78 Huskylock 936 Coverstitch Kit 84 Huskylock Blind Hem foot 80 Huskylock Elastic foot 81 Huskylock Gathering foot 81 Huskylock Pearl foot 79 Huskylock Piping foot 80 Husqvarna Viking Perfect Press Ironing Blanket 93 Husqvarna Viking Quilter’s Starter Kit 94 Husqvarna Viking Rulers 20 x 20 cm 95 Inspira 4D Drawing Kit 10 Invisible Zipper foot 21 Large Hoop 65 Leather Needles Package of 5 99 Left Edge Topstitch foot 22 Magnetic Pincushion 93 Marking foot 47 Maxi Bead foot 6 mm 39 Mega Hoop 65 Microtex Needle 98 Midsize Hoop 65 Mini Bead foot 4 mm 39 Mini Embroidery Spring Hoop 65 Narrow Braid/Cord foot 36 Narrow Zipper foot 20 Needle Packages 99 Needle Threader 74 Non-Stick Glide foot H 19 95 Olfa® Ergonomic Rotary Cutter Open Toe foot 59 Open Toe Stippling foot 61 Personal d-Card Pictogram Pen Pintuck foot and Guide Piping foot Plus Hoop Programmable Embroidery Card Quilter’s 1/4" Piecing foot Quilter’s Kit II Quilter’s Kit III Quilter’s Kit IV Quilter’s Kit V Quilter’s Presser Feet Kit Quilter’s Table Quilting Needle Replacement Blade for Rotary Cutter RTY-2/DZ Roller Foot Ruffler Seam Ripper Sensor One-Step Buttonhole foot Sensor Q-foot Sewing Ruler/Pfiffikus Single Welt Cord foot Snap On Clear Embroidery foot R Spanish Hemstitch foot Special Techniques CD Standard Hoop Standard ZigZag Plate with Inch Markings Standard ZigZag Stitch Plate with Inch Markings Standard ZigZag Stitch Plate with Inch Markings Straight Stitch foot Straight Stitch Plate Straight Stitch Plate with Inch Markings Stretch Needle Stretch Twin Needle Template Pencil Thread Net Topstitch Needle T-Pins Transparent foot B Triple Needle Twin Needle Twin Needle Twin Needle Twin Needle – Special Universal Needle USB Embroidery Stick Waste Tray Wing Needle 13 94 88 32 65 13 56 54 54 54 54 54 55 97 95 18 23 93 19 68 95 29 68 50 64 65 75 75 75 17 75 75 97 99 94 74 96 93 44 99 47 48 98 98 96 69 89 98 .

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