200345006 / 3-Way Cording Foot Janome Genuine
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200345006 / 3-Way Cording Foot Janome Genuine

Availability: In Stock
  • Vendor:Janome
$12.90

Janome 3-Way Cording Foot

  • For horizontal rotary hook models.
  • The 3-way Cording foot will hold one, two or three fine cords or threads. Because they are attached to the foot, the required design can be easily followed and the cords are perfectly places. A variety of utility or decorative stitch can be sewn over the cords to couch them onto base fabrics. The choice of cord, thread, and stitch are all contributory factors to the final effect.
  • The foot works perfectly for attaching three cords or threads through grooves on clothing, household linens, etc.
  • Grooves on this foot will hold 1 to 3 lengths of cord in place for cording.
  • Purpose:
    • To attach three or less cords or decorative threads.
  • Part no.: 200345006
  • Machine settings:.
    • Stitch: zigzag stitch, triple zigzag stitch.
    • Thread tension: 3 - 6
    • Stitch length 1.5 - 4
    • Stitch width: 1 - 7
  • This accessory works with the following models:
    • 3160QDC
    • 4120QDC
    • 49018
    • 49360
    • 5812
    • 6050
    • 6100
    • 6300P
    • 712T
    • 8050
    • 8077
    • AMH M100
    • Classmate S-750
    • DC1018
    • DC1050
    • DC2012
    • DC2013
    • DC2014
    • DC2015
    • DC3050
    • DC4030P
    • DC5100
    • HD3000
    • Hello Kitty 15822
    • Hello Kitty 18750
    • Jem Gold 660
    • Jem Platinum 760
    • JNH 720
    • JNH2030DC
    • JNH7700
    • JW7630
    • JW8100
    • M7050
    • M7100
    • M7200
    • Magnolia 7318
    • Magnolia 7325
    • Magnolia 7330
    • Magnolia 7360
    • Memory Craft 11000 Special Edition
    • Memory Craft 6500P
    • Memory Craft 6600P
    • MOD-100
    • MOD-100Q
    • MOD-11
    • MOD-15
    • MOD-19
    • MOD-200
    • MOD-30
    • MOD-50
    • MyStyle100
    • NQM 2016
    • Schoolmate S-3015
    • Schoolmate S-7330
    • Sewist 500
    • Skyline S3



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