This foot fits..
Opposed to snap-on presser feet, screw-on presser feet, like the walking foot, are different for high and low shank sewing machines. A screw-on presser foot that is built for a machine with a low shank will not fit a machine with a high shank and vice versa. More details about low and high shanks, you can find HERE (link to post about shanks: https://madamsew.com/blogs/sewing-blog/understanding-sewing-machine-shanks-presser-feet)
If you have a low shank sewing machine, you can use our universal walking foot
If you have a high shank sewing machine, you can’t (and there is no adapter to fix this)
If you have a Bernina sewing machine, you can use our universal walking feet, but you will need a specific Bernina adapter LINK to bernina adapters: https://madamsew.com/products/bernina-adapters
How to put the foot on your machine…
To install your walking foot, lift your presser foot, don’t move the needle to its highest position because you’re going to need the needle bar, remove your standard presser foot and the presser foot holder of your machine. You have to screw the entire foot off, not just the snap-on part.
To attach the walking foot, you slide the foot from behind and put the foot clamp around the presser foot holder screw in the left and at the same time make sure that the plastic fork sits around the needle bar on the right before you tighten the screw.
Move your needle up and down to test if it doesn’t touch the metal of the sole. You can see that the lever and the little fork around the needle bar is moving along and this it what controls the upper feed dogs.
Here you can see me attaching the foot to a PFAFF.