Consult this chart when trying to find the type of shank your sewing machine uses. Today I want to talk about how to tell what type of shank is on your sewing machine. Shop and compare all Singer sewing machines, sergers, quilting and embroidery machines. Contact Us: SingerOnline 176 North Main Street #100 Oberlin, Ohio 44074 (Cleveland) By Phone: 800-559-6729 By Email:[email protected] I get a lot of questions about what ruler foot is needed for various machines. There are two types of presser feet and this information is important because you may need to use the adapter to fit the presser feet onto your machine. The front side of the shank is rounded, and the back side is flat. endobj %PDF-1.7 This refers to where the screw is placed on the metal pole that the sewing machine foot or adapter is attached to. To be certain, all you need to do is measure the distance from the screw to the bottom of a standard presser foot. 2 0 obj A slant shank is a slightly angled shank made for specific Singer models in the 60s and 70s. Consult this chart when trying to find the type of shank your sewing machine uses. 8, 10, 12, 52, 65, 70, 90, 372, 385, 1229, 1249, 1251, 1310, 1325, 1341, 1345, 1350, 1351, 1352, 1357, 1410, 1430, 1503, 1525, 1551, 1560, 1650, 1660, 1680, 1720, 1750, 1752, 1757, 1760, 1781, 1774, 1802, 1803, 1937, 1946, 12331, 13401, 13501, 13502, 13550, 13360, 15612, 16951, 17881, 1212180, 1718180, 1764180, 1960180, 148-12190, 148-13110, 148-14220, 148-15210, 148-15700, 148-19372, 158-150, 158-520, 158-850(85), 158-950, 158-12270, 158-12290, 158-12310, 158-12410, 158-12511, 158-13160, 158-13410, 158-13413, 158-13520, 158-14001, 158-14220, 158-14300, 158-14301, 158-17550, 158-17560, 158-17570, 158-17740, 158-17741, 158-19460, 158-1355080, 158-1561281, 385-12490, 385-1249280, 385-1960180, 179, 1400, 1625, 1690, 1703, 1780, 1803, 1813, 1814, 1917, 1940, 1941, 1974, 16410, 17600, 17921, 17840, 17841, 17860, 17871, 17891, 17911, 17922, 17921, 156-1281, 158-1350, 158-16520, 158-17032, 158-16900, 158-17810, 158-19140, 158-19141, 158-19411, 158-19412, 158-16030, 158-17033, 158-17841, 158-19471, Lydia MK A2, Lydia 3, Mira BU, 503FA, 523, 531EA, 534FB, 535A, 535EA, 535RA, 540, 547, 549, 574FB, 575FA, 887FA, XL6000, Lydia MKA, Super Nova, 515, 542, 544, 1950, 1958, 704, 900, 911, 920, 921, 6000, 7000, 7500, SL2022, SS2015, SX2122, SW2018F, 290C, 301, 400, 401, 401A, 403, 409, 417, 500, 500A, 501, 503, 503A, 600-class, 900-class, 1000-class, 1200-class, 1411, 1425, 2000-class, 2001, 2005, 2010, 7000, 750/691, 900 series, 4600 series, 700-class 6200 series (check with dealer-many variations), 200-class, 300-class, 413, 416, 418, 419, 457, 466, 477, 478, 513, 533, 534, 535, 538, 543, 560, 770, 1280, 2210, 2404, 3115, 4016, 4019, 5525, 5528, 6000-class, 6105, 6106, 6110, 6136, 7105, 7106, 13400, Sonata, XL, C-XL. Low shank machines should measure 3/4" It can be used to machine quilt. High shank sewing machines can use the snap-on pieces from the set but not the 4 screw-on presser feet (2 darning feet, gathering foot and adjustable zipper foot). 1 0 obj (Shank type really doesn't apply to sit down long arms. stream A low shank machine sits about ¾” from the presser foot screw to the bottom of the foot. Most of the sewing machines are low shank (like about 90%). Plus get free shipping with the purchase of every machine. But then only you will know whether you have a low shank or high shank machine. I have a snap on one and I have not seen a lot of high shank machines other than in vintage models and high end machines. Find the perfect fit and features that inspire you. ), 6600P, MC10000, MC11000 Special Edition, That means if you don’t know what sort of shank your machine has, chances are it’s LOW shank. An article on Sewing Machine Needle substitution from the 1889 Sewing Machine Gazette. Most of the sewing machines are low shank (like about 90%). 4 0 obj %���� �&T�����o�[N���Eb�h8��z����i��&T4�_�a�E�^�P�O����>�߻ �oP��V�m �d&�h�>�@:�m5�Q��. Statewide Sewing : Shank Chart - Feed Dogs & Feed Dog Covers Foot Controls & Block Sections Gears & Pulleys Handwheels & Stop Motion Knobs Sewing Machines & Sergers Manuals, Instruction & Service Needles Needle Plates & Slide Plates Parts, Miscellaneous Patterns Motors & Motor Brackets Gift Certificates Serger Accessories Feet, Super High Shank, Kenmore Screwdrivers & Seam Rippers … ACCENTS IN DESIGN – Machine Model / Shank Size Lookup Chart by Sewing Machine Brand (Make) Janome MC 5900 Janome MC 6500p (4mm dünne Schablonen) Low Janome/New Home: Most are LOW shank – Exceptions noted below: XC500, XC552,XC656A, 5000MC, 6600MC (4mm Schablonen! In some cases it works perfectly with a certain machine type and for some reason with the same type, the needle touches the foot. Low Shank. These machines use the Low Shank Sewing Feet. The main parts of the needle are the shank, groove, eye and point. Low/high shank refers to the height of the shank. Learn what types of shanks your sewing machine uses with this chart from Annie's Stitch Guide. <> Sewing Machine Shank Chart 2 - Annie's Stitch Guide Navigation Menu My Bookshelf Shank: The shank is the top part of the needle that fits up into the needle clamp of the sewing machine. Sewing Machine Shank Chart 1 - Annie's Stitch Guide Navigation Menu My Bookshelf But then only you will know whether you have a low shank or high shank machine.