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I have recently upgraded to a 2019 Millie, I just love all the new bells and whistles, however some of my beloved accessories no longer fit with the new 2019 design And I have needed to repurchase them.

Here goes

APQS Interchangeable foot kit SKU 2779-02  a complete accessory kit which includes the Clog foot, the flip flop foot, and the sneaker foot.  Includes baby Allen wrenches to change out feet, cute little scissors, and a wonderful little storage case to keep these treasures all together.  You need to have the split hopping foot on your stand up machine (not for George - sorry) to utilize.  If you have the single piece hopping foot, you will need to change that out.  Works with all stand up models (except 2019) that have the split hopping foot.  I love this set and it was my first add on. It sells for $299, and I never see it on sale, I will sell it for $199, no tax, free shipping.  Like new condition.

APQS TRUE 1/4” platform ruler foot.  SKU 2459-17 Now it’s a true quarter inch foot, but the better part is the ankle bend that allows you get your rulers around the foot without getting hung up on the back of the foot.  So much easier and a ton more accurate!  Again, works with all stand up machines prior to 2019 and you need the split hopping foot to utilize.  I HAVE ONE ON MY NEW Millie and wouldn’t ever go back.  It sells for $140 online at APQS and I saw it tonight for $145 on another website.  I will sell it for $99, no tax, free shipping.

APQS scoop foot - Big scoop that floats over bulky seams and Applique.  I didn’t see it on the website, but another lifesaver that I have replaced.  Great for E2E work, never gets hung up.  Again, all stand up machines prior to 2019 with the split hopping foot system.  She was $80, I’ll take $50, no tax and free shipping.  

Again, it would be worth it to change to the split hopping foot to take advantage of all these wonderful toes for your baby.  Thanks for looking




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Hi Michelle, thanks so much!  I believe you may have been “scooped” for the scoop foot, however the other 2 are available.  Yes PayPal would be best, I am known as DriHeatAZ@gmail.common PayPal.  I will get you new toes out to you as soon as remittance is received.  May I check back with you

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1 hour ago, AZSharon said:

Congratulations on your new Millie!  When does she arrive?  You will love these feet!

Thanks - she arrives when we go pick her up, which is after the current owner's new Millie gets delivered :)  I think it's in just over 2 weeks (just in time for my birthday :D

I've used several of the optional feet on a rental Millie in the past so I was excited to see your ad.  Off to PayPal!


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Thank you everyone for your kind responses.  (Michelle it will be going out Monday USPS Priority) Had I known all the changes I would have to make, I may have waived it and gone to a 2018 demo girl (that’s only being honest here). That being said, all the “toes” have been sold.  I will be soon offering my most beloved accessory, no longer available, for which I am so very disappointed..  

Sew On,



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not for George - sorry

As many individuals may read this thread, I would like to share that all legacy hopping feet are compatible with George, and will fit a George with a legacy split foot.  The only issue is viewing area.

The legacy Flip Flop Foot, the APQS True 1/4 inch Platform Ruler Foot; as they are round/a complete circle, are fully compatible with a legacy split foot George.  

The Clog Foot and Sneaker Foot would fit George, but the opening on the foot would face 90-degrees to the left of the normal sit-down viewing area on George.  

Legacy George still cannot be upgraded with the new quick change hopping foot, as the needle plate is raised using washers to fit the table, thus there is less hight for the hopping foot.  The legacy replacement complete quick change bar/foot is still in development stages.

Here are two pictures to clearly show the difference between the Clog Foot (non-George machines) and the Saddle Shoe Foot (George).





Glog V Saddle.jpeg

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Thank you for further researching and informing everyone.  I went by APQS website information and erred on the conservative side to make certain that anyone that might purchase would not be disappointed with their purchase.  I certainly did not wish to exclude any of the owners of the great George machines!  Had I learned to FMQ on a domestic, I would be a proud owner of George.  My brain is wired that I am the pencil and not the paper (write with the head vs move the quilt under the needle).  You are indeed a great researcher!

Sew on,


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