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Caroline

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This smaller walking foot was included in a box of mostly Singer doo-dads that I recently bought.

Can you possibly tell me which machine(s) it might work on?

Thanks, Caroline in ND

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1974 Singer 252 Fashion Mate;  1954 Singer 15-91;  1952 Pfaff 130-6;  1951 Singer Centennial 201-2; Bernina 230PE, and  Pfaff Serger 4874.

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WI Lori

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Does the needle bar attachment area seem to be slanted, rather than for straight shank?
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Caroline

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Hi, Lori
It seems to be a short, straight foot. I tried propping it up level, like it would be when on a machine. In the second photo I set a standard hemming foot next to it for scale.

(Please forgive my red, swollen, and gardening-stained fingers!)

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1974 Singer 252 Fashion Mate;  1954 Singer 15-91;  1952 Pfaff 130-6;  1951 Singer Centennial 201-2; Bernina 230PE, and  Pfaff Serger 4874.

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Could it be a type of walking foot?

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It looks to me like a short shank walking foot whose plastic outer case has been broken off. That is the guts of the walk
ing foot. Still fully functioning i would think but that is my guess as to why it looks like that. 
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