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My version inline pressure foot

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I did some R&D on making the conventional inline pressure foot and wasn't happy about not starting on the edge or potential moon craters on the leather. With this set-up I can get to .135 thou to the edge with a 277 thread and 200/25 needle and it works just as I was sewing with a regular set, and no adjustments needed. 

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Interesting design.  No need to back out of corners as for the typical inline feet (?).  Is the piece in the foreground made of 2 layers sewn together?  Did you sew the bottom layer after stitching the layers together?  I am interested in using inline feet to stitch tight against a raised leather feature.  I can do it with the inline feet from Bob Kovar, which are quite nice, but I often sew raised leather pieces by hand in order to get closer to the raised edge and keep the border narrow.

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I am very interested in something like this.  Do you have any plans to produce and sell these?

Thank you,

Todd

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That presser foot set and flat-top throat plate look beautifully made. Did you make them yourself?

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