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    Posted: 18 October 2018 at 4:17pm
Just curious if anyone has used the sailrite ultrafeed for regular home sewing. I don't really sew a lot of thin silky fabrics anyway. I try to sew fleece booties and my Pfaff 130 has a hard time feeding and punching through. Just looking to see if others have personal experience cause I really would like to get an ultrafeed I think

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I routinely sew Sunbrella and the next project I will sew 2.2 oz nylon making a hammock. Just takes a few minutes to change needle, and a brief run to adjust thread tension and stitch length. Seems to work just fine.
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