Handi Feet Glide Foot 2 - Handi Quilter

Handi Feet Glide Foot 2


Available on backorder

(7 customer reviews)

The Glide Foot 2 is a bowl-shaped foot that easily glides around appliqué, embellishments, or other dimensional elements on a quilt. Compatible with all HQ machines with Interchangeable Foot Mount.

NOTE: All optional Handi Quilter feet for HQ longarms require your Handi Quilter machine have the Interchangeable Foot Mount.  HQ machines manufactured before November 2014 may need the Handi Feet Conversion Kit installed to make optional feet compatible with your machine.

Available on backorder

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Additional information

Weight 0.4 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 3.5 × 1.5 in

7 reviews for Handi Feet Glide Foot 2

  1. judy downard

    works wonderfully, but be careful, it is plastic and will break.

  2. Kiley Rose

    Nice update on the original. My primary quilting foot. Etched lines are very useful. HQ needs to add etched circles at 1/4 inch and 1/2 inch from center of needle hole. Then it would be awesome!

  3. Loretta Collins

    Works great but cheaply made, mine broke after four quilts

  4. Linda Wolf

    Love it! Was my go to for everything using ProStitcher. But I wish the shank were metal. My shank broke after a year, so now I need a new one.

  5. nancy

    Works perfectly. Loved it! But…mine also broke after 5 quilts. I would have given higher score but feel a $50 foot should not break.

  6. Teresa Melonson

    I have the original and LOVED it because it glides over any problematic high spots and won’t catch on any thing……..until the shank cracked and is now unusable. Seriously- I am very careful to attach the screw correctly and not overtighten it- but let’s face it- the use of this foot vibrates the heck out of it. I agree with other reviews- make this thing with a metal shaft so it does not break! So disappointed- especially since with the current design it appears that this problem will happen again.

  7. jmahnee

    Love this foot! We quilt an average of 1 quilt a day on two machines and have only had a problem with the very first foot we got…we tightened it too much (we think) and cracked the shank. The two we have on the machines now we have used for over a year almost every day! A metal shank would probably be less apt to break, of course!

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