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bpugh Posted - 09/30/2010 : 10:40:16 AM
I am asking this question on behalf of my wife who has a Brother KX-350 that does not have the transfer tools, the pusher, and the latch tool.

We ordered a 9mm set but they are too large. Does anyone know what size we should order for this model?

Thank you very much.


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amoonsinger Posted - 11/01/2010 : 09:16:13 AM
Justina, I have gotten extra 7mm tools for my machines from Sunny Choi, Hong Kong Knitting, on ebay. They are much less expensive then some places. I have also found some in other ebay auctions and buy it nows at ebay.

For future reference.
justinaknits Posted - 10/08/2010 : 8:26:50 PM
Hi Brian, the Brother KX350 is a 7mm machine. As far as I know, it is the only 7mm machine made. It won't be quite as easy to find tools for it, but it is possible. Check with Peter Smith at He is high, but he is the one most likely to have some.

ValerieG Posted - 10/05/2010 : 05:56:19 AM
I can't think what the size if off hand but a Passap (roughly standard) machine is about 6mm. So.... 8?
Anyway the next size down, Most machines come in
bulky (that would be th 9mm)
Mid gauge

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