Sewing attachments can be confusing at times, especially when so many styles were made of the same type of attachment and foot.
The Greist hemmer sets are one of those. Hoping this little blog will shed some light for you, especially before buying an Attachment Foot. The Attachment Foot is that wonderful little device that attaches to your sewing machine, and then each hemmer, binder, edge stitcher, and foot hemmer attaches to it. Confusing though to find the right one to fit your machine AND to fit the slot style in the hemmers.
The first photo is an orginal (vintage) Attachment Foot. The two slot styles work perfectly with the original. The newer attachment foot does fit them also. When you begin using the smallest hemmer, it can be a little tricky if the newer Attachment foot does not slide to the left far enough.
The second photo is a newer Attachment Foot. Notice the slot size in the foot is much wider. This allows this Attachment Foot to cover your sewing hole entirely. For some strange reason, each of hemmer with this style will not slide onto the vintage attachment foot - too tight.
So before you buy a replacement Attachment Foot, check your hemmer set slot style to see which will work with your machine. Ask questions and always check a return policy - just in case it is not working for you.
Hope this helps and as always, it keeps our sewing lively and interesting! If you have another slot style not shown, let me know about it and which Attachment foot works for you!
Happy Sewing & Quilting!