I bought this Greist the buttonholer gadget at a thrift shop. I think that it will fit my sewing machine.
I do have a three/four step buttonhole feature on my machine only I find I can NEVER get the buttonholes all the same length. I have tried different marking techniques and sewing forward first etc. I am rather about trying this thing out.
The fabric is supposed to move, not the needle. The gadget clamps onto the needle/foot and has cams that move through the shape. You pick the cam to fit the size of buttonhole you want. So I guess I would have to set to straight stitch and a small stitch length.
Does anyone else have any experience using this device on a Husquvarna/viking machine?
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