We are so excited to offer the new Clarity Round Toe Ruler Foot to our free motion quilting friends!With your machine’s PRESSER FOOT LEVER down in its lowest position, and your needle down in its lowest position, measure from the middle of the screw hole
to the top of your throat plate.

Low Shank: Approximately ½”

Medium Shank: Approximately ¾”

High Shank: Approximately 1”

High Shank Straight Stitch: Machines without the ability to adjust the needle position. There are currently 3 different High Shank Straight Stitch feet for different straight stitch machines: Specify Juki TL2010Q, Brother PQ1500, or Janome MC1600P.


Fine Line® CLARITY Ruler Foot
See Where You Have Been; Know Where You Are Going!

Made with a strong polycarbonate material, visibility you can see around and throughout. You spend a lot of time marking your design elements on your quilt, now you can see where you are needing to go at all times. This foot can be used with straight or curved rulers, and both outside and inside areas of templates.

The Clarity ruler feet are currently available in four sizes. Consult chart below to find the size that fits your machine.

Does your machine have a high shank or low shank?

With your machine’s PRESSER FOOT LEVER down in its lowest position, and your needle down in its lowest position, measure from the middle of the screw hole to the top of your throat plate.

Low Shank: Approximately ½”
High Shank: Approximately 1”
(If your machine has a different height than the two listed above, you will need a different size foot.)

Please note Fine Line Clarity Slant Shank Foot is recommended for the Singer Vintage 301 and 301a only at this time.

  • Straight Stitch machines will use the High Shank CRF-SS foot, such as some Juki, Brother, Janome 1600, etc.

    Clarity ruler Foot, A Clear Option by Patsy Thompson.
    Brief video introducing the Clarity Foot, a new ruler foot for sit down, push through quilting, made of clear acrylic by Accents in Design. Since it is clear you can easily see through it to see your markings and your stitching as you proceed. No more obstruction by metal ruler feet. This foot fits nearly all domestic machines and will be a great addition to your quilting arsenal!

    SEE OUR RULER FOOT IN ACTION ...


    Installation of the Clarity foot is simple. This video shows you how:


    Check out this video by Jeanne Harrison demonstrating the new foot.


    Sew More Videos on Clarity Ruler Foot

    NOTICE: We stand behind our product, if there is any issue we will replace the product.
    That being said the Clarity Foot is produced from polycarbonate material which is extremely strong.
    We have sold literally thousands of the Clarity Feet. We have accounts all over the international stage, as well as a strong presence in the US. We have not had one Clarity Foot returned due to breakage. If it were an issue we would not have the Professional Quilter's endorsements that we do for our product.
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icon Clarity Ruler Foot High Shank | Low Shank

icon Clarity Ruler Foot

icon Clarity Ruler Foot Medium Shank

icon Clarity Ruler Foot High Shank

icon Clarity Ruler Foot Slant Shank

icon With your machine’s PRESSER FOOT LEVER down in its lowest position, and your needle down in its lowest position, measure from the middle of the screw hole to the top of your throat plate. Low Shank: Approximately ½” Medium Shank: Approximately ¾” High Shank: Approximately 1” High Shank Straight Stitch: Machines without the ability to adjust the needle position. There are currently 3 different High Shank Straight Stitch feet for different straight stitch machines.

icon CLARITY Ruler Foot. See Where You Are Going

icon Note: The Fine Line Clarity Ruler Foot is not available for long arm machines. It is designed for domestic home machines only.

icon The makers of the Clarity Ruler Foot have just debuted 2 new specialty Clarity ruler feet!

We took all the pros and cons of many quilting ruler feet on the market, talked with hundreds of quilters using many different makes/ models of domestic machines, and set our sights on the perfect ruler foot. CON #1 Visibility: Quilters were not happy with having to change back and forth from ruler foot to free-motion quilting foot. Ruler feet on the market are made of metal and they do not provide you with much visibility. PRO #1 Visibility: The “Fine Line” Clarity Ruler Foot is photo quality clear. Made with a strong polycarbonate material, visibility you can see around and throughout. You spend a lot of time marking your design elements on your quilt, now you can see where you are needing to go at all times. No more changing out your ruler foot. You can do all your ruler work and jump right back into free-motion designs. CON #2 Affordability: Many quilters we talked with were not happy about the cost of ruler feet. Most ruler feet on the market are priced upwards of fifty dollars. PRO#2 Affordability: The “Fine Line” Clarity Ruler Foot is priced so all quilters can be included in this wonderful design world of ruler work. Our foot can be used with straight, curved, outside templates and inside templates.
HI John
I received my Clarity ruler foot which is specified for an HQ Sweet 16 long arm machine. After installing it, I checked it for proper alignment, and noticed it is off 1/16" from front to back. My machine needle is supposed to be perfectly centered in the foot. It measures exactly in the center from left to right, but it is 1/16" back too far when measuring front to back. Since there is no way to change the position of the needle, I tried to see if there was any wiggle room when attaching the ruler foot by screwing the hex screw with the Allen wrench, but there is no wiggle room. It is important for the needle to be centered in the foot when working with rulers. Do you have any thoughts for a solution for me?
Thanks for your time & attention.
The needle is centered in the foot perfectly. I also have a HQ Sixteen and when developing this foot in order to enhance the connective stability with the arc of the foot to the
ruler toe itself we had our engineer build up on the inside of the ruler toe. Ruler work is done on the outside of the foot not the inside. The ruler toe dia is 1/2" front to back and side to side. If she is measuring across the top of the ruler toe to the arc she is stopping at the enhancement, or she is indicating that from a visual which would look like the needle is closer to the back of the ruler toe than the front. Clarity.