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Pedal-Stay - Non-Skid Pedal Holder

Pedal-Stay - Non-Skid Pedal Holder
US$ 20.95 / each

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US$20.95

Approximate Size - 11 1/4" x 18"

It's often difficult to have your sewing machine foot pedal stay in one place while it is in use. The ergonomic Pedal-Stay makes sewing easier and more comfortable, because you avoid the fatigue of chasing the sliding foot pedal around the floor. This is the most useful, low cost accessory to include in any sewing room or wherever you use your sewing machine, and nothing works better on either carpet or hard floors to hold the sewing machine foot pedal in place. Pedal fastens securely to mat with durable Velcro. Maintains position of the foot control pedal in the most convenient position for your foot. Made of top grade vinyl for years of rugged use. Non-skid pedal holders are about 11 1/4" x 18", fits all portable foot pedals.

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