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Is there anyone who can tell me what the two of the four large attachments are (I know one is a binder, one an edge stitcher) included with this box of Willcox & Gibbs attachments?  I see the standard attachments - hemmers, ruffler, quilter, etc, but two of them have me stumped.  Also trying to figure out how they might be attached other than slidng them on and clamping them to the angle of the foot.

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According to https://www.victoriansweatshop.com/post/wilcox-gibbs-electric-automatic-8046041?pid=1291677104 the two unknowns would be a corder and a braider.

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Thank you so much.  I'll take a look at your link. .




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I must have 3 other manuals.  This is exactly the one I needed.  Thanks so much.
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You are welcome. I thought I had looked at the manuals I had, but didn't see it. I was trying to figure out what they were. I finally searched my manuals, again. I'm sure glad Macybaby posted it.

That corder looks pretty neat, kind of like a tucker with cording. I'm going to look again this evening at the instructions for using the braider. I like braiders.

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I've used the corder and it really IS neat! I made a seat cover and back cover for my work chair, with fairly thick fabric (I'd call it thin upholstery fabric) and used the corder along all the edges. Even though I am not a very good sewer, so the seat cover corners aren't very professional (smile!), the corder worked spectacularly well. It's an amazing attachment!
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