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MULTI-LINE DECORATIVE FOOT
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The Multi-line Decorative Foot is designed to help you create
parallel rows of decorative stitches that are evenly spaced. The
clear view through the foot gives greater visibility and...
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EXTENSION TABLE
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The sturdy extension table has adjustable legs and allows you
to convert the free arm to an extended flat bed...
WELCOME...
...to the world of sewing and a wide range of accessories from PFAFF®.
Your authorized PFAFF® dealer will be happy to advise you and show you the entire range of accessories.
You'll also find all the latest news about the PFAFF® accessories on the Internet at www.pfaff.com
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PFAFF® SEWING AND
EMBROIDERY MACHINES
Code letters/model numbers ........... 4
PFAFF® EMBROIDERY
SOFTWARE PROGRAMS
Software Programs ............................... 8
6D™ Embroidery Software ................. 12
SEWING
Utility Accessories .......................... 16
Decorative Accessories .................. 32
QUILTING
Quilting Accessories ...................... 54
EMBROIDERY
Embroidery Collections .................. 68
creative™ Hoops ........................... 71
creative™ Accessories ................... 78
SERGER/OVERLOCK - DECORATIVE
Decorative Accessories .................. 84
SERGER/OVERLOCK - COVERSTITCH
Coverstitch Accessories ................. 96
ADDITIONAL
INSPIRA™ Needles ......................... 104
Bags ............................................ 110
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SEWING AND
EMBROIDERY MACHINES!
Before you start looking
through the pages of PFAFF®
accessories, take a quick
look at the current line of
PFAFF® sewing machines.
Comfortable, easy to use,
durable quality, a versatile
range of sewing features
and elegant design – these
are all PFAFF® qualities that
you have come to know and
expect. You can get more
detailed information about
each machine at your PFAFF®
dealer or on the Internet at
www.pfaff.com.
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creative sensation™ pro,
creative sensation™,
creative vision™,
creative performance™,
creative™ 4.5, 4.0, 3.0, 2.0
performance™ 5.0,
quilt expression™ 4.2, 4.0
expression™ 3.5, 3.2, 3.0, 2.0
expression™ 150
The top model from PFAFF®!
The superlative sewing and embroidery machine. With
features and sewing ease that establish new standards,
worldwide. Sensational embroidery area; unique PFAFF®
High Definition Screen with brilliant User Interface and
precise three dimensional presentation; outstandingly
beautiful design with unequaled large work surface. Look
forward to all of this and discover much more.
NOTE THE CODE LETTERS AND MODEL NUMBER FOR YOUR MACHINE!
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By finding the code letter that represents your machine from the list below, you'll be able to tell
which accessories through-out the catalogue are available for your machine. If you have any
questions, your PFAFF® dealer will be happy to help you.
Which presser foot fits your sewing machine? Just check the code!
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Machines with 5 mm and 6 mm stitch width,
without IDT™ system
varimatic™ 6087, 6086, 6085 (6 mm)
*hobby™ 309, 307, 303, 301 (5,5 mm)
* These sewing machines have a presser foot holder of 6 mm. Because newer
presser feet are produced to fit 8 mm holders, there may be a small gap between
the holder and the presser foot attachment. You will need to change the 8 mm
presser foot holder when using the newer presser feet.
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Machines with 5,5 mm stitch width,
without IDT™ system
hobby™ 1042, 1040, 1032, 1030, 1022, 1020, 1016
mm stitch width,
0, 1032, 1030, 1022, 1020, 1016
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Machines with 5,5 mm stitch width,
without IDT™ system
expression™ 2014
tiptronic™ 6112, 6110, 2020, 2010
select™ 2.2, 2.0, 1528, 1526, 1520
hobby™ 4260, 4250, 4240
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Machines with 5,5 mm and 6 mm stitch width, and IDT™ system
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Machines with 6 mm stitch width, and IDT™ system
select™ 4.2, 4.0, 3.2, 3.0,
select™ 1548, 1546, 1540, 1538, 1536, 1530 (5,5 mm)
tiptronic™ 6270, 6250, 6232, 6230,
tiptronic™ 6152, 6150, 6122, 6120 (5,5/6 mm)
stretch & jeans™ 6091 (6 mm)
freestyle™ 1527, 1522
creative™ 2124
quilt expression™ 2046, 2044, 2042
expression™ 2036, 2034, 2028, 2026, 2024
classicstyle™ 2029, 2027, 2025, 2023
tiptronic™ 2040, 2030, 2020, 2010
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NOTE THE CODE LETTERS AND MODEL NUMBER FOR YOUR MACHINE!
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Machines with 9 mm stitch width,
without IDT™ system
creative™ 7560
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H
Machines with 9 mm stitch width, and IDT™ system
creative™ 2170 , 2144, 2140, 2134
creative™ 7570, 7562, 7550, 7530
performance™ 2058, 2056, 2054
quilt expression™ 2048
expression™ 2038
Machines with 5,5 mm stitch width,
without IDT™ system
hobby™ 1142, 1132, 1122
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Machines with 9 mm stitch width, and IDT™ system
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Machines with 7 mm stitch width, and IDT™ system
creative sensation™ pro
creative sensation™
creative vision™
creative performance™
creative™ 4.5, 4.0, 3.0, 2.0
performance™ 5.0
quilt expression™ 4.2, 4.0
expression™ 3.5, 3.2, 3.0, 2.0
expression™ 150
creative™ 1.5
quilt ambition™ 2.0
ambition™ 1.5
ambition™ 1.0
ambition essential™
passport™ 2.0
Machines with 6 mm stitch width
SMARTER BY PFAFF™ 260c,160s,140s
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NOTE THE CODE LETTERS AND MODEL NUMBER FOR YOUR MACHINE!
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EMBROIDERY
S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
EMBROIDERY SOFTWARE PROGRAMS
TruEmbroidery™ 3 is the embroidery software designed specifically for
Apple® users. With a true native Mac® interface, including OS X Yosemite
features, you’ll have the ease of multi-touch gestures and version saving. The
Assistants will help you create designs, embroider a photo, create a filled
or outlined quilt block and split your projects automatically.
The new TruE™ 3 Thread Cache is a great way to organize your own
personal thread stash for different projects. With TruE™ 3 Thread Cache
you can choose the threads from many different manufacturers and add
them to one or more personal My Thread Palettes. Create shopping lists for
your iPhone or iPad or print the list so you are never short of threads
for any project!
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S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
TRUEMBRODIERY™ 3 ELITE
TruEmbroidery™ 3 elite is the premium, fully featured package
containing the full range of Assistants, fonts and embroideries.
Included in TruEmbroidery™ 3 elite:
• TruE™ 3 Studio
• TruE™ 3 Create
• PhotoStitch™ Assistant
(including 10 effects)
• TruE™ 3 Modify
• QuiltBlock™ Assistant
• TruE™ 3 Thread Cache
• TruE™ 3 Finder Plugin
• QuickCreate™ Assistant
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• Split Project Asssistant
TruEmbroidery™ 3 elite includes everything in TruEmbroidery™
3 elements:
• Create it. Customize it. Transform It — with TruE™ 3 elite, the
all-inclusive embroidery software for Mac® computers
• Whatever your embroidery inspiration, TruE™ 3 elite will set your
creativity free! Adjust your embroideries, and personalize with
lettering or a unique monogram.
• Resize, restyle and reshape your embroideries with ease, editing
stitch areas to completely different patterns for a whole new look!
• Create designs automatically from clipart or photos, make a quilt
block in a few clicks or craft an all-new heirloom with amazing
lace and special stitching techniques.
• The TruE™ 3 ELITE package contains the complete range of
TruE™ 3 software, assistants, fonts and embroideries, including
two exclusive applications, two exclusive assistants and 100 very
special bonus designs.
Designs & Images:
• 800+ standard embroidery designs
• 550+ SuperDesigns
• 100 bonus premium
embroidery designs
• 145+ embroidery fonts including
6 Puffy Foam fonts
• 550+ frames and
flourishes including
36 Puffy Foam frames
• 700+ decorative motifs
• 2400+ backgrounds
• 375+ clipart images
TruEmbroidery™ 3 elite is also available as an upgrade
package from the original TruEmbroidery™ Software (internet only)
or TruEmbroidery™ 3 elements (box package part number
640000626 or via internet).
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S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
TRUEMBROIDERY™ 3 ELEMENTS
Personalize It. Modify It. Make It - with TruE™ 3 elements, the
fundamental embroidery software for Mac® computers
• Style and transform embroidery designs with ease. Change
colors, resize and rotate, and repeat designs. Move, add, or
delete stitches and commands.
• Add lettering and embellish your embroideries with motifs
or frames.
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• Create beautiful designs from your favorite clipart automatically
or transform a cherished family photo into an embroidery portrait
— select from 6 monochrome linear or artistic effects.*
• Visualize your personalized project on a real-life garment,
quilt block or fabric. Choose from more than 2400 included
backgrounds or add your own.
Software:
Designs & Images:
• TruE™ 3 Studio
• 800+ standard embroidery designs
• PhotoStitch
Assistant including
6 monochrome effects
• 550+ SuperDesigns
• QuickCreate Assistant
• 145+ embroidery fonts including
6 Puffy Foam fonts
• TruE™ 3 Thread Cache
• 550+ frames and flourishes
including 36 Puffy Foam frames
• TruE™ 3 Finder Plugin
• 700+ decorative motifs
• 2400+ backgrounds
• 375+ clipart images
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S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
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S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
6D™ EMBROIDERY SOFTWARE
The powerful new 6D™ Embroidery Software will inspire you to
create exquisite, custom embroideries. Advanced features give you
more precision, more capabilities and more control. 6D™ software is
designed to be used with Windows® 7 and Windows® 8. Managing
your designs is easier than ever with the new Windows® Explorer
plug-in; and the new ribbon bar interface groups all related features
together intuitively. With a Windows® 8 touch screen your designs are
right at your fingertips! You can pinch, zoom, auto-scroll and select
and move right on your screen! The new 6D™ software will make your
embroidery projects easy and fun! Truly you will see the Embroidery
Intelligence. Inspired Design.
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S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
PFAFF® 6D™ PREMIER
The PFAFF® 6D™ Premier package contains the complete range of
6D™ Embroidery software, wizards, fonts and embroideries, including
five exclusive modules and 100 very special bonus designs.
Software modules included in 6D™ PREMIER:
• 6D™ Windows® Explorer Plug-In
• 6D™ Embroidery Extra
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• 6D™ Card Shop
• 6D™ Stitch Editor Plus*
• 6D™ Design Aligner*
• 6D™ Cross Stitcher*
• 6D™ PhotoStitch**
• 6D™ Family Tree**
• 6D™ Sketch**
• 6D™ Design Creator**
• 6D™ Font Digitizing**
*Additional modules are available in the 6D™ Premier package or via add-on purchase
on the Internet
** Exclusive modules are available in the 6D™ Premier package or as part of an upgrade
to 6D™ Premier
6D™ PREMIER includes everything in 6D™ EMBROIDERY EXTRA along
with the functionality of all the included modules:
• 6D™ Card Shop: Create personalized embroidery cards
automatically with themed templates for special occasions.
• 6D™ Stitch Editor Plus: Reshape and restyle your embroideries with
object editing features.
• 6D™ Design Aligner: Lay out large designs for your own hoop.
• 6D™ Cross Stitcher: Design beautiful cross stitch embroideries with
traditional quality and the speed of a machine.
• 6D™ PhotoStitch: Embroider unique color or monochrome
embroidery portraits automatically from your own photos.
• 6D™ Family Tree: Create embroidery charts, quilt blocks and
album pages automatically from your own family history!
• 6D™ Sketch: Release your inner artist and “draw” your own stitch
paintings.
• 6D™ Design Creator: Create your perfect embroidery with
unlimited design possibilities!
• 6D™ Font Digitizing: Create your own Fonts and SuperDesigns to
use in the 6D™ Embroidery System.
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6D™ EMBROIDERY EXTRA
PFAFF® 6D™ EMBROIDERY EXTRA: Create designs, PhotoStitch and
quilt blocks automatically for your personalized project and audition on
real garments, quilt blocks and fabrics.
Software included in 6D™ EMBROIDERY EXTRA:
• Windows® Explorer Plug-In
• 6D™ Embroidery Extra
• 6D™ Card Shop
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Enjoy all of the functions of 6D™ EMBROIDERY with 6D™
EMBROIDERY EXTRA. Plus, create designs automatically from a picture
with the ExpressDesign Wizards, create a filled or outline quilt block
automatically with the QuiltBlock Wizard, Audition your project
including any appliqués, on real garments, quilt blocks and fabrics and
embroider unique embroidery portraits automatically from your own
photos.
6D™ EMBROIDERY
PFAFF® 6D™ EMBROIDERY: Adjust, monogram, personalize and
combine your embroideries with an unlimited number of designs and
lettering options.
Software included in 6D™ EMBROIDERY:
• Windows® Explorer Plug-In
• 6D™ Embroidery
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Adjust an unlimited number of designs and lettering in a project area of
up to 2 m width and height. Choose from a huge range of designs and
SuperDesigns! Automatically repeat and reflect your design with the
Encore and Endless features. Select multiple designs and move them
as a group. Extensive lettering choices help you personalize all your
projects.
EMBROIDERY
S O F T W A R E PROGRAMS
PFAFF® QUILTDESIGN CREATOR
GET CLOSER TO YOUR VISION THAN EVER BEFORE.
The NEW PFAFF® QUILTDESIGN CREATOR software gives you
maximum control over your craft, from adding intricate details with
only a few clicks to visualizing your masterpiece before you’ve
started sewing.
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With more than 350 designs, 175 fabric backgrounds, 150 motifs,
45 flourishes and 30 fonts in your toolbox, it’s easier than ever to
add those beautiful little touches to your quilting project. Personalize
your quilt by creating a quilt label or adding text to a quilt block. Use
step by step software wizards to design and create. Automatically
create quilt blocks. Blocks can be created by tracing a picture
or using the included designs and MiniPics. Using fonts in your
computer you can create text. Draw your own design or enhance
your design with special line effects or echo quilting.
The software works with most automated quilters and embroidery
machines.
Whether you are a frame quilter or an embroiderer, PFAFF®
QUILTDESIGN CREATOR will help you to quilt a masterpiece.
D™ EMBROIDERY: Adjust, monogram, personalize and
your embroideries with an unlimited number of designs and
options.
included in 6D™ EMBROIDERY:
ows® Explorer Plug-In
Embroidery
n unlimited number of designs and lettering in a project area of
width and height. Choose from a huge range of designs and
signs! Automatically repeat and reflect your design with the
nd Endless features. Select multiple designs and move them
up. Extensive lettering choices help you personalize all your
Find more information at www.pfaff.com or at an authorized dealer.
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D E C O R AT I V E A C C E S S O R I E S
SEWING
UTILITY ACCESSORIES
D E C O R AT I V E A C C E S S O R I E S
SEWING
Do you love to sew? Do you enjoy trying
new things with your projects? Do you
take pride in professional sewing results?
Then take a journey through the PFAFF®
assortment of accessories that will inspire
new ideas and expand the capabilities
of your sewing machine. Many beautiful
results and special techniques can only be
achieved with certain accessories, so don‘t
limit your creativity!
For more information, check our web site regularly
at www.pfaff.com or visit your nearest authorized
PFAFF® dealer.
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UTILITY ACCESSORIES
UTILITY
ACCESSORIES
Would you like your handsewn
garments to be as perfect as the
best ready-to-wear? Then take a
look at the wide range of presser
feet from PFAFF®. You’ll find the
right presser foot for every use.
They make every sewing job
easier... and some jobs are only
possible with the help of the right
presser foot. Your PFAFF® dealer
will be happy to tell you more.
Please note the code numbers for the various PFAFF®
sewing machines to instantly see which presser feet
are available for your model.
KNIT-EDGE FOOT
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You can simultaneously stitch and finish
heavy knit fabrics or imitation furs with this
foot.
Use an overlock stitch pattern appropriate to your fabric.
The front of the Knit-edge Foot has sides of different
heights, making it simple to sew thick seams on knits
and fur. For a perfect seam on knit fabrics (e.g. shoulder
seams), sew over a cord or ribbon, pulled slightly taut into
the seam. This will give the seam additional strength and
keep it from stretching out of shape. For a perfect seam on
bias pieces, add a yarn with slight tension and overlock it
at the same time.
SEWING
UTILITY ACCESSORIES
SEAM GUIDE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Seam Guide Foot for IDT™ system guides your stitching perfectly
when joining fabrics. The presser foot is designed to help you keep the
seam allowance at the same distance from the edge throughout the
project. The presser foot has a metal guide at 5/8 inch distance from
the center needle position, which is the most used seam allowance
when sewing clothes. It has four more markings for various seam
allowances.
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1. Snap on the Seam Guide Foot for IDT™ system.
for IDT™ system
3. Select a straight stitch.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
4. For joining fabrics together; place fabric right sides together.
5. Place the fabric under the presser foot with the metal guide at the edge of the fabric for 5/8
inch seam allowance.
6. Start to sew. The guide will follow the edge of the fabric and the seam will be sewn with the
perfect straight seam allowance.
7. Use the 4 other red markings on the presser foot for a narrower seam allowances.
SEW-ON BUTTON FOOT
Sewing on buttons can be a tedious job – but not when you use the
Sew-on Button Foot! Use it to easily sew 2- or 4-hole buttons of various
sizes in place. Just set the stitch width to match the spacing between
the holes and your machine does all the work. By including a shaft,
you can even sew on buttons with a thread shank, see illustration.
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1. Mark on the fabric where you want the
button to be placed.
2. Snap on the Sew-on Button Foot.
3. Lower feed dogs.
4. Insert the button between the black metal
piece and the presser foot. Make sure
that two holes are positioned in the cutout of the presser foot.
6. Select width to match buttonholes.
Manually turn the hand wheel to make
sure that the needle enters the left hole.
7. Start to sew. The machine will
automatically tie off your button if using
button sew-on stitch. If using zigzag, sew
across button five times.
5. Place the fabric under the presser foot.
Select button sew-on stitch or zigzag
stitch. Lower feed dogs.
If you want your button to have a shank, push the plastic piece on the presser foot towards you,
placing it between the two holes of the button. When you have finished sewing your button, pull
the plastic piece back, remove your button from the presser foot and cut off the threads. Wrap
the seam with sewing thread and make a knot.
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UTILITY ACCESSORIES
ADJUSTABLE GUIDE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Adjustable Guide Foot for IDT™ system guides your topstitching
and decorative stitching perfectly. The presser foot has a “ruler” with
an adjustable guide designed so you can place the guide anywhere
you want. Place the guide along an already stitched seam or against
any edge to give you beautiful topstitching. Use both straight and
decorative stitches. It is perfect for channel quilting too.
1. Snap on the Adjustable Guide Foot for IDT™ system.
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2. Engage the IDT™ system.
3. Select the stitch of your choice.
4. Set the adjustable grey guide by moving it right or left along the “ruler”.
5.
Sew letting the guide follow your seam or edge or marking.
BUTTONHOLE FOOT
The manual buttonhole foot will sew your buttonhole manually in four
steps. (Buttonholes that are to be sewn very small piece of fabric close
to a reinforced edge may not always feed optimally with the large
Sensormatic Buttonhole Foot. In this case, use the manual buttonhole
foot.)
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The Sensormatic Buttonhole Foot provides the perfect buttonhole; it will have both sides of the
buttonhole sewn in the same direction for a more even result. The buttonhole will be completed
automatically.
No matter which machine model you have. A PFAFF® machine will always provide you with
a perfect buttonhole. There are different options for the models, refer to the machine code and
select the right foot for your machine.
TIP: Fabrics that shift or stretch easily should be reinforced with water-soluble, tissue paper
or other lightweight stabilizer. Buttonholes are more stable and durable if a gimp thread
is inserted while sewing. Linen buttonholes are particularly attractive if you use a heavierweight thread through a topstitch needle.
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A great idea – try combining fine silk with
casual corduroy. Different fabrics can be sewn
together with no problem, thanks to the unique
IDT™ system on PFAFF® sewing machines.
The fabric layers are fed evenly from top and
bottom. Nothing can slip. Learn more about
IDT™ system – www.pfaff.com
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INVISIBLE ZIPPER FOOT
Invisible zippers are the least noticeable of all zippers. As the name
implies, the zipper is hidden in a seam, becoming virtually invisible.
This makes it a popular choice for elegant clothing sewn with expensive
materials, like evening wear. But it‘s equally appropriate for skirts,
blouses and other everyday clothing items. Invisible zippers (also called
concealed zippers) are easily sewn with the PFAFF® Invisible Zipper
Foot!
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1. Use the marking pen to mark the length of the zipper on the right side of the fabric, on both
sides of the opening. The zipper should be at least 2 cm to 3 cm (3/4 to 1 1/4 inch)
longer than the opening.
2. Attach the special Invisible Zipper Foot and select a straight stitch, center needle position
and stitch length to 2.5 to 3.0 mm.
3. Open the zipper and flatten the coil slightly with your thumb, so that the seam line between
the tape and the coil becomes visible. Never iron the zipper.
4. Place the right half of the zipper onto the right side of the opening, with right sides of the
zipper and fabric together. The coil should lie directly on the seam line, starting about 1.5
to 2 cm (5/8 to 3/4 inch) below the upper edge of the fabric. Pin in place,
if desired. Make sure that the bottom end of the zipper extends 2 cm to 3 cm (3/4 to
1 1/4 inch) beyond the bottom end of the opening. (ill. A)
5. Carefully press the teeth slightly to the right and lower the zipper foot, so that the
coil lies in the groove to the right of the needle.
6. Starting at the top, sew the zipper in place, stopping at the previously marked end of the
opening. Tie-off the end of the seam. Close the zipper. (ill. B,C)
Garments of the finest fabrics demand
perfectly sewn zippers – no problem with
the special zipper feet from PFAFF®.
7. Place the second zipper tape on the left side of the opening, on the right side of the fabric.
Make sure that both coils are level.
8. Pin the zipper in place. Open the zipper.
9. Carefully press the teeth slightly to the left and lower the Zipper Foot, so that the coil lies in
the groove to the left of the needle.
10. Starting at the top, sew the zipper in place, stopping at the previously marked end of the
opening. Tie-off the end of the seam. Close the zipper.
11. Finally, sew the seam below the zipper, starting at the bottom and working up. Attach the
standard Zipper Foot so that the presser foot clamp and the foot are to the right of center.
Move the needle to the right. (ill. D)
12. Pull the loose bottom end of the zipper toward the seam allowances and stitch as close as
possible up to the last stitches of the zipper seams.
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13. Press the seam open.
TIP: If the zipper is too long, sew over the end of the coil with a straight stitch or a closely
spaced zigzag stitch, approx. 2 cm (3/4 inch) below the bottom end of the opening. Cut
off the excess zipper and finish the raw edge with a small piece of fabric.
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ZIPPER FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Zipper Foot is the most important zipper tool and will help you
stitch the zipper perfectly in place. When attaching any zipper, it is
important to sew right next to the edge of the zipper teeth. You can
do that with the special Zipper Foot. It can be snapped onto the left or
right of the sewing foot ankle, as needed.
Centered zipper (concealed on
both sides):
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1. Overcast the seam allowances. Join
the fabric layers, right sides together,
with a standard stitch up to the zipper
insertion mark.
2. Baste the remainder of the seam
closed. Press seam open.
3. Baste the zipper in place, centering
the zipper teeth along the basted seam
line and with the zipper pull extended
beyond the top of the garment edge.
4. Attach the Zipper Foot to your machine.
5. Position edge of Zipper Foot close to teeth
of zipper and move the needle to stitch
approximately 6 - 10 mm (1/4 - 3/8
inch) away from center seam line. Stitch
along both sides and across bottom of
zipper with a straight stitch.
6. Remove basting stitches.
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ELASTIC FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Elastic Foot simultaneously guides, stretches 6 to 12 mm wide
elastic and sews it in place. Use it for active wear, lingerie and other
elastic insertion techniques.
1. Set the dark grey numbered dial on the Elastic Foot by aligning the number with the small
metal arrow. The higher the number, the more the elastic will be stretched. The stiffness of
the elastic will influence the sewing result.
2. Gently push the dark grey roller towards the numbered dial and lift it up.
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3. Insert the elastic into the longer slot opening on the base of the presser foot.
4. Turn the roller until the center groove of the roller matches the width of the elastic so that the
elastic will guide straight.
5. Bring the roller down on the elastic and click it into place by gently pushing it away from the
numbered dial.
6. Snap the Elastic Foot onto the sewing machine. Set the machine for a regular zigzag stitch.
Adjust the stitch width according to the width of the elastic and the stitch length according to
the quality of the elastic and how much gathering is required.
7. Engage the IDT™ system.
8. Place the fabric under the presser foot and sew. The fabric will gather as the elastic is
stretched and sewn in place.
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BIAS BINDER
Binding with bias tape is a very easy way to give fabric edges a
smooth and neat appearance. You will need unfolded bias tape 24
mm (scant 1”) wide.
1. Remove the presser foot. Attach the Bias Binder.
2. Cut the beginning of the bias tape at a diagonal.
3. Feed the tape into the scroll of the binder and pull out to the back.
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4. Adjust the binder and/or the needle position so that the needle pierces the fabric approximately
1 - 1.5 mm (1/16 inch) from the folded edge of the bias tape.
5. Stitch about 25 mm (1 inch) along the Bias Tape.
6. Insert the edge of the fabric to be bound between the Bias Tape edges into the slot of the
binder. The Bias Tape will enclose the raw edge automatically during sewing.
TIP: Using a zigzag or fancy stitch will give you even more of a decorative effect.
ROLLED HEM FOOT
Hemming prevents the edges from fraying and results in a clean,
durable edge. With the Rolled Hem Foot, you can hem light to medium
weight fabrics for clothing and home decorating items without having
to pre-iron the fabric edges.
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1. Select a straight stitch, snap on the Rolled Hem Foot and engage IDT™ system (if available
on your machine). If needed, press only the beginning of the hem to 2, 3 or 4 mm wide,
depending on the size of your foot. Place it flat in the groove under the foot and sew a foot
and pull the cut edge of the fabric into the scroll of the hemmer. Lower the foot and continue
sewing while holdin few stitches. Lower the needle into the fabric to hold it in place. Then
raise the presser g the cut edge up in front of the foot.
2. Do not allow fabric to run under the right half of the presser foot.
TIP: Hem crisp fabrics with a straight stitch. Hem soft fabrics with a zigzag that just encases
the mm size of the hem. (Sharply curved areas are not suitable for this type hemmer.)
3 mm, for IDT™ system
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BLINDHEM FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Blindhem Foot is perfect for sewing invisible hems. Use it to sew the
elastic blindhem for an optional finish and you won‘t need additional
finishing on the hem edge. Sewing by hand is no longer necessary.
1. Snap on the Blindhem Foot.
2. Fold the edge in by the hem width.
3. Unfold the hem again so that hem edge protrudes by about 1 cm.
4. Position fabric so red edge guide runs along edge of folded hem.
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crease.
for IDT™ system
TIP: If the stitch punctures are visible on the right side of the project, adjust red guide slightly
using screw on right side of foot.
NARROW EDGE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Narrow Edge Foot is perfect for precision topstitching and joining
lace and/or fabric edges together (for example, attaching lace to a
finished fabric edge). The metal guide in the center of the foot keeps the
two fabrics evenly spaced.
1. Set machine for zigzag or decorative stitch. Needle position will vary according to stitching
position desired.
2. For narrow edge topstitching, place the center guide of the presser foot against the fabric edge.
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3. Move the needle into the desired left position and topstitch.
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Lace/Edge Joining: Position lace or finished fabric edges on either side of blade of foot and
join together with zigzag or decorative stitch.
Sewing lace to fabric: Place the folded/pressed edge of your fabric to the left of the center
guide and the finished edge of your lace to the right of the center guide. Both fabric and lace
should be placed under the foot, right side up. The center guide will keep the fabrics properly
separated to allow for more precise stitching. Choose a zigzag stitch and sew, catching the
edge of the fabric and the lace. Adjust the width and length of your zigzag as desired.
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NON-STICK FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Due to the special coating on the bottom of this foot, it‘s perfect for
sewing hard-to-feed fabrics, like leather, foam, plastic, imitation leathers
and plastic-coated fabrics.
1. Snap on the Non-stick Foot.
2. Select desired stitch and sew.
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ROLLER FOOT
This special presser foot has two metal rollers, making it a good choice
for sewing and decorating fabrics that don‘t feed well, like leather,
imitation leather, plastic, foil and similar fabrics. With the Roller Foot,
these fabrics are much easier and more convenient to work with.
Success is guaranteed!
1. Snap on the Roller Foot.
2. Select desired stitch and sew.
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JOIN AND FOLD EDGING FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Use the Join and Fold Edging Foot together with different types of
edging, such as lace, embroidered edging or varying fabrics and
the beautiful PFAFF® 9 mm stitches to create beautiful edgings. Make
lingerie in a snap, add lace to create beautiful handkerchiefs or
delicate table toppers. This foot will easily guide the edging and the
base fabric through the openings in the front of the foot, fold the base
fabric and simultaneously sew the edging in place.
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1. Thread your machine with regular sewing or decorative thread through the needle and
regular sewing thread in the bobbin.
2. Select the stitch you would like to use. For example: the edging could be sewn onto the
base fabric using a straight stitch and a 4mm twin needle or a right justified wide decorative
stitch.
Note: Decorative stitches that use forward motion work best. (Avoid stitches with too
much backward motion.)
3. Fold a ¼” (6mm) hem of base fabric to the wrong side, finger press or iron.
4. Insert the folded edge of base fabric with the right side up into the left fabric guide and the
edging (right side up) into the right guide and slide the folded fabric edge and the edging
into the foot, prior to attaching the foot onto the sewing machine.
5. Make sure the base fabric and the edging slide easily through the openings.
Note: Lightweight but stable fabrics and edging work best.
6. Snap on the Join and Fold Edging Foot to the sewing machine.
7. Engage IDT™ system.
8. Sew carefully, not too fast. If your machine has a speed control, reduce the sewing speed
to easily guide the fabric and edging as you sew. Hold the fabric in your left hand and the
edging in your right hand and sew.
BI-LEVEL TOPSTITCH FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Bi-level Topstitch Foot for IDT™ system guides your topstitching and
edge stitching perfectly. The underside of the presser foot is designed to
glide along the folded edge, and it will give you beautiful topstitching
on your project. Use the Bi-level Topstitch Foot for hemming bulky
projects such as waist bands, curtains etc. It will allow you to have the
fabric outside the free arm for easier sewing.
1. Snap on the Bi-level Topstitch Foot for IDT™ system.
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2. Engage the IDT™ system.
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4. Use the inner left side of the presser foot to guide the fabric.
3. select a straight stitch.
5. Adjust the needle position to left to get the topstitching distance you like.
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RIGHT EDGE BI-LEVEL FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Right Edge bi-level Foot guides your fabric with raised seams
easily. The underside of the presser foot is designed to be higher on the
right side, allowing it to glide along a folded edge or raised seam. Use
the foot with straight stitch for perfect topstitching or edgestitching on
pockets, collars, bindings and more or select a decorative stich for a
beautiful finish.
1. Snap on the Right Edge bi-level Foot.
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2. Engage the IDT™ system
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4. Position the fabric under the foot so that the inner right side of the presser foot rides over an
already stitched seam or against any edge. (illustr.)
3. Select a straight stitch or a decorative stitch.
5. Adjust the needle position if necessary for your desired effect.
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FREE-MOTION/DARNING FOOT
The Free-motion/Darning Foot is perfect for sewing free-motion
embroidery or darning.
1. Make sure the needle is at its highest position.
2. Attach the Darning Foot: with your thumb and finger, squeezing the front and back of the
foot together. Insert the pin of the Darning Foot as far as it will go into the hole at the back
of the presser foot holder.
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3. The “C-shaped” Guide should be positioned around the presser bar. The long arm must be
behind the needle clamp. Tighten the screw.
A* except hobby™ 301, 303,
4. Lower the feed dogs.
307 & 309
5. If you like, you can hoop the project in a round embroidery hoop for more stability.
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6. Select a straight stitch and activate the free-motion function, or put the presser foot in the
darning/free-motion position.
7. Pull up the bobbin thread and sew a few stitches to secure. Clip the thread ends close to the
project and continue sewing.
TIP: Remember, when sewing with the feed dogs lowered, the stitch length is determined by
you. An even, medium-to-fast sewing speed will allow you to sew a more consistent length
of straight stitch. Sewing too slowly may cause small knots to appear on the
reverse side of your work.
BOBBINS
No matter if you‘re sewing, embroidering or experimenting with the
creative™ Bobbin Case – you can never own too many Bobbins!
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DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES
Do you know how much potential is hidden within a standard sewing
machine? A suprising amount! With the right presser feet you can conjure
up the most amazing effects, unique details, and eye-catching accents
to make each project you sew uniquely yours. Be inspired by the wide
variety of decorative presser feet and the possibilities they offer. Your
PFAFF® dealer is a presser foot expert.
Please note the code numbers for the various PFAFF® sewing machines to instantly see which presser feet are
available for your model.
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PINTUCK FOOT, 5-GROOVE
You can easily use the classic Pintuck Foot on cotton, light-weight
wool or other fine fabrics. Create pintucks to add a nostalgic touch to
linens, cushions, blouses or children‘s clothing.
1. Snap on the Pintuck Foot.
2. Insert a twin needle
- 5-groove: 2.0 twin needle
3. Thread the twin needle (see manual for threading tips).
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4. Using a water-soluble marker, draw a placement line for your first pintuck.
5. Sew your first pintuck. When you start on the second pintuck, allow the first pintuck to run
parallel in a groove in the foot. This will produce evenly spaced pintucks.
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PINTUCK BLADE
Use the Pintuck Blade to accentuate the tucks. The Pintuck Blade is
attached to your machine‘s needle plate. The fabric is raised by the
blade during sewing to make the tucks higher and more visible.
For heavier materials, use the Five-groove Pintuck Foot and the large Pintuck Blade.
1. Attach desired Pintuck Foot to machine.
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2. Snap the round knob of the Pintuck Blade into the round hole on the stitch plate with
the blade pointing towards the needle. Insert a 1.6 mm - 2.0 mm twin needle into the
machine.
3. Draw or create lines on fabric where pintucks are desired. Position the line at the center
of the presser foot. Stitch slightly slower than normal, guiding the fabric. The Pintuck Blade
will raise the center of the fabric to produce defined pintucks. (Gently pull the fabric taut
while sewing the pintucks.)
Twin Needle
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CIRCULAR ATTACHMENT
Your Circular Attachment is the perfect tool when you want to make
unique embellishments on your sewing projects, garments and quilts.
You can sew simple circles, flowers, or parts of circles to create unique
borders or graphic patterns. Combine circles in different sizes and
create large patterns. Almost all utility or decorative stitches* can be
used when stitching with this attachment so you are free to use your
favorite. The possibilities available with the Circular Attachment are as
unending as the circles it creates!
* Stiches with a default stitch width wider than 9 mm, and stitches with
backward feeding cannot be used.
In the package you will find:
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A. Circular Attachment with Size Guide
B.
Pivot Pin
C. Three different templates: one for sewing circles (1), one for a four-petal flower (2) and one
for a six-petal flower (3). The numbers on the templates correspond to the diameter of the
circle (in cm)
D. CD with User Instructions in 11 languages, a tutorial and ideas on how to combine circles
using the templates.
With the Circular Attachment, you can sew circles with a diameter measuring from 6 cm up to
26 cm (2½ to 10¼”). The diameters of the circles are printed in both centimeters and inches.
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TIPS AND HINTS
Extension/Quilter’s Table
When using the Circular Attachment, we recommend using an extension/quilter’s table. This will
give extra support to the fabric and makes it easier to control and guide the fabric. Extension/
Quilter’s tables are available as extra accessories.
Stitch Selection
Utility and decorative stiches give wonderful results with this attachment, however, stitches with a
default stitch width wider than 9 mm, and stitches with backward feeding cannot be used.
Tip: The shorter the stitch, the easier it is to get a nicely joined circle. When about to close
the circle, slow down the sewing speed and if neccessary, adjust the stitch length to fill the
gap.
Appliqués
You can make appliques with the circular attachment. Use fabric that does not fray or make
raw edge appliqués. You can also simply stitch your applique in place with a straight stitch, cut
away the excess fabric, and finish by sewing a satin stitch over the raw edges. When using
several layers of fabric, it is even more important to guide the fabric carefully making sure that all
the layers feed together equally.
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MULTI-LINE DECORATIVE FOOT
The Multi-line Decorative Foot is designed to help you create parallel
rows of decorative stitches that are evenly spaced. The clear view
through the foot gives greater visibility and helps to precisely align
the rows of stitching. Use the vertical guidelines to evenly space your
rows and the horizontal guidelines to match your starting points and
accurately turn corners at ¼” (6mm) or ½” (12mm) intervals. The
Multi-line Decorative Foot can also be used as a guide when sewing
Maxi stitches.
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Maxi stitches:
1. Disengage the IDT™ system.
1.
Disengage the IDT™ system.
2. Snap on the Multi-line Decorative Foot.
2.
Snap on the Multi-line Decorative Foot.
3. Select a decorative stitch.
3.
Select a Maxi stitch.
4. Mark a line on the fabric where the center
of the stitching will be.
4.
6. Place the fabric under the presser foot,
aligning the red center mark on the foot
with the line on your fabric.
To ensure a straight line of stitching
draw a line on the fabric where the
center of the stitching will be. Continue
to mark one or two lines on each side
of the center line. (Illustration A)
5.
Place Tear-Away stabilizer under the
fabric.
7. Sew the first row of decorative stitching.
6.
8. Choose another decorative stitch or
continue on with the same stitch.
Sew carefully, letting the machine
control the feeding.
7.
Keep the marked lines and the vertical
red lines on both sides of the presser
foot parallel to each other when
sewing. (Illustration B)
8.
Remove the stabilizer.
5. Place Tear-Away stabilizer under the
fabric.
9. Move your fabric to the left. Decide the
distance you’d like to have between the
rows.
10. Use the red horizontal lines to match up
the starting point of each row.
B.
11. Sew the new line of stitching using the red
vertical lines on the foot as a guide while
sewing.
12. Move the fabric and sew another row of
decorative stitching to the left of center.
13. Continue with more stitches as desired to
create a wider border.
14. Remove the stabilizer.
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APPLIQUÉ FOOT
Perfect, narrow and densely satin stitched appliqués can be sewn with
an Appliqué Foot. The short toes increase visibility. Use over a strand of
crochet cotton to shirr a fabric or to sew a row of twin needle cording.
Use the hand-look appliqué stitch to make up fanciful appliqués and
create beautiful quilts.
1. Snap on the Appliqué Foot.
2. Select a zigzag stitch.
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3. Decrease the stitch length to get a nice, dense satin stitch.
4. Place stabilizer underneath the appliqué area. Stitch over all edges to prevent fraying. Use
“needle down“ (if available on your machine) for smooth corners and curves.
PINTUCK FOOT WITH DECORATIVE STITCH GUIDE
With this foot, you can accurately sew pintucks with a spacing of 5
or 11 mm. The same foot allows you to precisely space decorative
stitches up to 6 mm or 9 mm wide between the pintucks.
1. Attach the Pintuck Foot with guide. The foot can be attached with the guide pointing to
the left or the right.
2. Insert a twin needle.
3. Thread the two needles. Sew one row of pintucks.
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4. Place the first pintuck under the groove in the extended guide. Sew a second pintuck.
The second pintuck will automatically be spaced to allow a decorative stitch to be sewn
in the area between pintucks.
5. Sew all remaining pintucks.
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CANDLEWICKING FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Candlewicking foot has a deep tunnel on the underside of the foot
to feed over a built up stitch.
1. Snap on the Candlewicking foot for IDT™ system.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
3. Select the stitch that you want to sew (either a programmed stitch, a built in stitch or a
downloaded stitch.)
4. Sew.
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CLEAR OPEN TOE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Clear Open Toe Foot is perfect for appliqué and other sewing
applications requiring an unobstructed view of the sewing area. An
extra large opening in the front makes beautiful appliqué quick and
easy. The clear view through the foot gives greater visibility and helps
to precisely match rows of stitches. A tunnel on the underside of the foot
allows your stitches to feed smoothly.
1. Snap on the Clear Open Toe Foot for IDT™ system.
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2. Engage the IDT™ system.
3. Choose a decorative stitch or a satin stitch. Use pattern mirror if needed.
4. Guide the stitch along the inner edge of the foot to ensure even seams along the edge.
5. For best results use a marking pen to draw lines for exact guiding of the foot.
6. Sew.
OPEN-TOE APPLIQUÉ FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Perfect for appliqué and other sewing applications requiring an
unobstructed view of the sewing area. Produce beautiful appliqué
quickly and easily with this foot. Use with a pin-stitch or shelledging program to achieve an appliqué with the look of hand-sewn
overcasting.
1. Cut the pieces to shape without any seam allowance or press under seam allowance of
easily materials that fray easily using a template.
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2. Iron paper-backed fusible web onto the design. Tear the paper backing away and iron the
appliqué fabric onto the base material.
3. Attach the Open-Toe Appliqué Foot for IDT™ system (if available on your machine).
4. Select a stitch and guide the design edge along the inner edge on the right side of the foot
to assure even seams along the edge. (Use pattern mirror if needed.) This also hides the
straight stitch in the shadow of the seam for a hand-sewn look.
9 mm, for IDT™ system
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SEWING STAR FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Sewing Star Foot is perfect when sewing wide decorative stitches.
It gives your fabric the support you need, while giving an open view
of the area you are stitching. The Sewing Star Foot prevents the fabric
from tunneling and allows you to use the PFAFF® IDT™ system while
sewing.
1. Snap on the Sewing Stars Foot w/IDT™ system.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
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3. Select a satin stitch or decorative stitch.
4. Sew as desired.
5. Be sure to use proper stabilizer for your fabric and technique.
BEADING FOOT, 4 MM & 6 MM
For that extra touch, highlight any sewing project with strings of pearls
or beads. The beads will run smoothly through the groove under the
foot while you sew for beautiful results.
1. Snap on the Beading Foot.
2. Thread your machine with invisible thread in the needle and regular sewing thread that
matches the fabric in the bobbin.
Beading Foot, 4 mm
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3. Select one of the following stitches depending on which is available on your machine.
Adjust the settings of the stitch according to the size of the beads.
For 4 mm beads
For 6 mm beads
Zigzag stitch
length 3.5
width 4.0
Blindhem stitch
length 1.0
width 4.5
Zigzag stitch
length 6.0
width 6.0
Blindhem stitch
length 1.5
width 6.0
4. Lower the needle thread tension to achieve a beautiful stitch.
5. Place stabilizer under the fabric and position both under the foot.
6. Place the bead string under the foot in the groove on the underside of the beading foot.
Lower the presser foot.
7. Turn the hand wheel to create manual stitches to set the beads in place.
8. Stitch slowly.
Note: Stitch the bead string to a scrap piece of fabric first to test thread tension, stitch length
and stitch width according to the beads and the fabric. Make adjustments as needed.
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creative™ BOBBIN CASE
Create beautiful bobbin work, also called reverse decorative stitch
embroidery, with the creative™ Bobbin Case. Depending on the type
of decorative thread you are using for your projects, there are different
ways of working with the PFAFF® creative™ Bobbin Case.
For heavy or specialty threads:
Wind the bobbin with the decorative thread slowly.
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Place the bobbin in the PFAFF® creative™ Bobbin Case. For less texture, use finer specialty
threads and adjust the bobbin tension screw, if needed, so the thread pulls evenly and has
a slight tension. Put the bobbin in the creative™ Bobbin Case and pull the specialty thread into
the bobbin tension.
For heavier yarns and textured specialty threads:
Wind the bobbin evenly clock-wise by hand. Put the bobbin in the Bobbin Case. For the most
textured bobbin work, do not pull the heavy thread or yarn into the bobbin tension, but go
directly into the bypass slot. To bring up the bobbin thread, hold the needle thread, and turn
the handwheel towards you.
1. Thread the top with regular sewing thread.
2. Use the recommended size needle for your fabric.
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3. Snap on the presser foot 2/2A or 8.
4. Place the right side of the fabric facing down and place Tear Away Stabilizer on top.
5. Select stitches where the density is loose. Experiment with the straight stitch, zigzag and
decorative stitches. Increase the stitch length for best results.
6. Select slow speed and stitch at an even speed.
7. Increase needle thread tension slightly if needed.
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CHENILLE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Embellish your project with chenille effects by using the Chenille Foot.
This foot will easily guide and stitch layers of chenille strips wherever
you want a chenille effect.
1. Thread your machine with regular sewing thread on top and in the bobbin.
2. Select a straight stitch or a zigzag stitch. Use a short stitch length and a narrow stitch width.
Another suggestion is three-step zigzag, stitch width set to 1.5.
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3. Place the strips in the presser foot as the pictures show. Use three layers of the chenille strips
to create a beautiful effect!
4. Snap on the Chenille Foot.
5. Engage IDT™ system.
6. Sew carefully. The Chenille Foot will guide the chenille strips onto the fabric where you want
to have the chenille effect with the stitch forming in the middle of the strips. (You might need
stabilizer underneath the fabric.)
7. Add more rows of chenille strips in the same way, to complete your project.
8. Rub the strips with a stiff brush to fray.
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GRAND PIPING FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Grand Piping Foot is perfect for inserting thick home dec piping
into seams or wherever you’d like to add a finishing touch! The Grand
Piping Foot is used to cover large cords with fabric for specialty piping
and insert the piping into seams or edges for a tailored fi nish. The
trim is sewn between the two layers of fabric in one step. You can also
create your own piping for a custom fi nish. This foot can be snapped
on to the right or the left of the needle which makes it possible to both
create and sew the piping into the seam and to beautifully topstitch
along the piping.
To make piping from your fabric:
1. Snap on the Grand Piping Foot to the right side of the needle.
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2. Engage the IDT™ system.
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3. Cut fabric strips on the bias or crosswise grain, wide enough to cover the cording plus seam
allowances.
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260c, 160s, 140s
4. Lay the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric over the cord.
5. Place the fabric and cord under the Grand Piping Foot with the cord to the left of the foot.
6. Select a straight stitch, 2.5 mm stitch length. Move the needle position to the left. Sew.
7. Use your new piping in projects following the steps above.
TIP: When you sew this piping into a project, adjust the needle position so it stitches one
setting closer to the cord, to hide the fi rst stitching.
To stitch piping into a seam:
1. Snap on the Grand Piping Foot to the right side of the needle.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
3. Select a straight stitch, length 2.5.
4. Place the piping on the right side of fabric, matching raw edges. Position under the foot with
the piping to the left of the foot.
5. Add a second piece of fabric on top so right sides are together and piping sandwiched
between the layers.
6. Position under the Grand Piping Foot with the piping to the left of the foot.
7. Sew.
Tip: Clip the seam allowance around curves and at corners to reduce bulk and allow the
seams to lay fl at.
Topstitching:
1.
Snap the Grand Piping Foot to the left side of the needle.
1.
Engage the IDT™ system.
2.
Open the seam and fold so the piping is along the fabric edge. Press.
3.
Sew a row of topstitching to the left of the seam line.
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PIPING FOOT
Insert packaged piping into seams and edges for a tailored finish.
Cover cord with fabric for specialty piping.
To stitch piping into a seam:
1. Snap on the Piping Foot.
2. Place piping along the seam line on right side of fabric. Place second piece of fabric on top
with right sides together.
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3. Put fabric and piping layers under Piping Foot with the piping in the groove on the underside of the foot. Sew with a straight stitch, length 2.5. The groove on the underside of the
foot will guide the piping as you sew.
To make piping from your fabric:
1. Cut bias or crosswise grain strips, wide enough to cover the cording plus seam allowances.
2. Lay the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric over the cord.
3. Place the fabric and cord under the Piping Foot with the cord in the groove on the underside of the foot.
4. Stitch. The groove will guide the cord so the fabric covers evenly.
TIP: When you sew this piping into a garment, adjust the needle position so it stitches one
setting closer to the cord to cover the first stitching.
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NARROW PIPING FOOT
The Narrow Piping Foot is used to make trim for home dec projects,
fashion projects or wherever you’d like to add a finishing touch! It is
used to cover 1mm cords with fabric for specialty piping and insert the
piping into seams or edges for a tailored fi nish. It can also be used
with packaged piping. The clear view allows you to see the piping
placement and know exactly where you are stitching.
To stitch piping into a seam:
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1. Snap on the Narrow Piping Foot.
2. Place the piping with the raw edges along the seam line on the right side of fabric. Place
second piece of fabric on top with right sides together.
3. Put fabric and piping layers under Piping Foot with the piping in the groove on the
underside of the foot.
4. Select a straight stitch, length 2.5. Sew. The groove on the underside of the foot will guide
the piping as you sew.
To make piping from your fabric:
1. Snap on the Narrow Piping Foot.
2. Cut bias or crosswise grain strips, wide enough to cover the cording plus seam allowances.
3. Lay the cording on the wrong side of the fabric strip and wrap the fabric over the cord.
4. Place the fabric and cord under the Narrow Piping Foot with the cord in the groove on the
underside of the foot.
5. Sew using a straight stitch, 2.5 mm stitch length. The groove will guide the cord so the
fabric covers it evenly.
6. Use your new piping in projects following the steps above.
TIP: When you sew this piping into a project, adjust the needle position so it stitches one
setting closer to the cord, to hide the fi rst stitching.
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WELTING FOOT
The Welting Foot and the Twin Welting Foot are used to make trim
for your home dec projects like pillows, cushions and other home
accessories. You can also make trim to cover raw edges on your
upholstery, which you can then attach with a staple gun. It’s quick and
easy to make and insert welt cording. The Welting Foot works the same
way as the Piping Foot but is designed for larger sizes of cording.
Create your own trim when the color you want isn‘t available!
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1. Cut a bias strip long enough for your cord and wide enough to cover the cord plus seam
allowance.
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260c, 160s, 140s
2. Place the cord on the wrong side of the bias fabric strip and wrap it around the cord. (ill. A)
3. Place the fabric and cord under the groove of the foot, and the raw edges to the right. (ill. B)
4. Select center needle straight stitch and stitch length 3.
5. Stitch to cover the cording with the fabric.
6. Trim the seam allowance.
7. To stitch covered welt cord into a seam on your sewing project, place the covered welt
cord on the right side of the fabric along the seam line. Place it under the Welting Foot
with the welt cord in the groove of the foot. Stitch the welt cord to the fabric. Clip the seam
allowance of the welt cord at curves and corners. (ill. C)
A
B
C
Perfect trims in the colors and materials of
your choice – this is a job for the Welting
Foot from PFAFF®. The must-have for stylish
home decorating.
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TWIN WELTING FOOT
1. Make bias strips long enough to cover the cords and wide enough to wrap around the two
cords plus seam allowance.
2. Place the cords on the wrong sides of the bias strip – side to side - and wrap the fabric
around the cords. (ill. A)
3. Place the fabric and cord under the presser foot with the right cord under the left groove of
the foot, and the raw edges to the right. (ill. B)
4. Adjust to center needle position – straight stitch and stitch length 3.
5. Keep the cords against the fold as you sew.
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6. Trim the fabric close to the seam and press seam allowance to the left.
7. Wrap the excess fabric to the center back of the cord.
8. Put the covered cord under the two grooves of the presser foot and sew it onto your sewing
project. (ill. C)
A
B
C
DECORATIVE TRIM FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Embellish your project with different types of trims by using the
Decorative trim Foot. This foot will easily guide the trims through the
opening at the front and through the groove under the presser foot.
1. Thread your machine with a regular sewing thread or decorative thread on top and regular
sewing thread in the bobbin.
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2. Select a straight stitch, zigzag stitch or decorative stitch. Avoid using stitches with side
motion and stitches with too much motion forward and back.
Tip: For the 6 mm wide trims, you can also use a 6 mm twin needle. Select a straight
stitch and it will sew at the edges of the trim.
3. Place the trim in the presser foot as
the picture shows.
4. Snap on the Decorative Trim Foot.
5. Engage IDT™ system.
6. Sew carefully, not too fast. If your machine has the
sew slow function, engage it.
(You might need stabilizer underneath the fabric)
7. The best result is achieved if you use flat trims,
such as silk, velvet, satin or cotton ribbons.
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7/9 HOLE CORD FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Wonderful decorative embellishments are easy with this special foot.
You can sew up to nine different lengths of embroidery floss, pearl
cotton or high sheen threads in place with your choice of a decorative
or utility stitch.
1. Cut your cords to the desired length. Thread the cords through the holes in the foot from
the top to the bottom. Lead the cords under the presser foot and out the back. Leave the
thread tails extending about 1 1/2 inches to 2 inches (4 - 5 cm) at the back.
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2. Attach the 7/9 Hole Cord Foot.
3. Choose a decorative stitch to sew over the 7 or 9 cords.
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for IDT™ system
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260c, 160s, 140s
TIP: Pearl thread or embroidery twist works well.
RUFFLER
With the ruffler, you can make closely or widely spaced pleats
automatically while sewing. This is very useful for ruffles, frills,
home decor, etc. The ruffler can be used in three different ways:
1. Folding and securing pleats in fabric.
2. Folding pleats in fabric and securing to a second fabric in one operation.
3. Folding pleats in fabric, attaching lace and securing to another fabric in one operation.
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Complete instructions on how to use your ruffler are included when you purchase it from
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THREE HOLE YARN FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Embellish your project with different types of decorative cords or yarn
using beautiful PFAFF® 9 mm stitches and the Three Hole Yarn Foot.
This foot will easily guide the cords or yarn through the openings in the
front of the foot back through the groove under the presser foot. The
decorative cords or yarn will be stitched over creating a beautiful braid
embellishment.
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1. Thread your machine with a regular sewing thread or decorative thread on top and regular
sewing thread in the bobbin.
2. Select a 9 mm decorative stitch.
Note: Decorative stitches that use forward motion work best (Avoid stitches with too much
backward motion.)
3. Thread decorative cords or yarn into the holes from the top of the foot, using the Yarn
Threader, prior to attaching the foot onto the sewing machine.
4. Make sure the cords or yarn slide easily through the openings. (If the yarn is too thick it will
create too much tension and the feeding might be affected.)
5. Snap on the Three Hole Yarn Foot.
6. Engage IDT™ system.
7. Place the threaded cords or yarn under the presser foot with a 5 cm (2”) tail.
8. Place a tear away stabilizer underneath the fabric and place your fabric under the presser
foot.
9. Sew carefully, not too fast. If your machine has a speed control reduce the sewing speed to
easily guide the fabric and yarn as you sew.
GATHERING FOOT
Gathering is a classic decorative technique. It‘s easy with this‚ special
foot, which is especially useful for sewing flounces on cushions and
curtains or for attaching gathered seams on children‘s clothing. You can
simultaneously stitch and gather two layers of fabric quickly and easily.
1. Set the machine for straight stitch with the needle in far left position.
Metal Foot
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2. Place fabric to be gathered under the presser foot with cut edge extending slightly to the
right of the presser foot. Insert non-gathering fabric fully into slot of foot. Fabrics should be
right sides together.
3. Guide fabric, allowing machine to pull bottom fabric freely for uniform gathering.
TIP: Altering stitch length will alter fullness of gathers. A single layer of fabric may also be
gathered by placing under foot and adjusting stitch length and tension to desired fullness.
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YARN COUCHING FOOT SET
With the PFAFF® Yarn Couching Feet set you can easily create
decorative yarn embellishments both when sewing free-motion and
embroidering. Two different feet will suit a variety of yarn. A detailed
instruction is included with the product.
1. Thread the machine with thread that matches the yarn.
2. Attach the proper yarn guides for your machine to the notches under the handle on the rear
side of the machine.
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2.0, expression™ 150
3. Pull out as much yarn as you need from the ball of yarn.
4. Place the yarn in the yarn guides. It is very important that the yarn flows smoothly while you
are sewing.
5. Choose Yarn Couching Foot 1 or 2, depending on the size of the yarn. For best result the
yarn should fill the hole in the foot and still run easily through it. We recommend using yarn
with even thickness.
6. Thread the yarn from above through the hole in the foot using the yarn threader.
7. Snap on the foot to the machine.
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COUCHING/BRAIDING FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
You can create beautiful trims when you use the Couching/Braiding
Foot and your machine‘s decorative stitches to sew over yarn, cords,
narrow satin ribbon, soutache braid, etc.
1. To attach cords, use matching, invisible or decorative embroidery thread.
2. Insert the cording or tape from the front of the foot into the eyelet-type guide and pull it
through the front hole, underneath and to the back of the sewing foot.
3. Engage the IDT™ system (if available on your machine).
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4. Select stitch, i.e. zigzag, blind hem or decorative. Sew the design by following the
premarked design lines. Or, sew random lines and waves for a decorative textured effect.
for IDT™ system
TIP: Try several smaller cords and yarns, twist them together to create texture and
combine colors.
FANCY STITCH FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Create beautiful embellishments with the Fancy Stitch Foot. This foot
has easily visible markings to help you position decorative stitches or
borders on your fabric. A special groove on the bottom allows optimal
feed of even the most densely stitched patterns.
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creative™ SPOOL STAND
creative™ Spool Stand is an accessory to make it easier to use large
spools of decorative thread. The stand is mounted on the top of the
sewing machine and includes the actual thread stand, a thread guide
and a thread net.
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This cushion showcases an explosion of ideas. It was made using the
Couching/Braiding Foot from PFAFF®, the Fringe Foot for whimsical
fringe effects and also sophisticated decorative stitches, embroidered
with the twin needle. Give it a try!
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QUILTING
The Quilting is a passion, as millions of
enthusiastic quilters around the world
prove. But why is it more fun to quilt with
a PFAFF® machine? Maybe it‘s the
intelligent technology of our machines, or
the wide range of accessories that go with
them, ensuring that every quilt, made by
hands, becomes an object of breathtaking
beauty and high quality.
For more information, check our web site regularly
at www.pfaff.com or visit your nearest authorized
PFAFF® dealer.
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Quilts, cushions, wallhangings
– their charm lies in the handmade appeal. But more and more
passionate quilters are discovering
the advantages of machine
quilting... and for many good
reasons. Machine quilting is
faster and offers more decorative
possibilities. The right presser foot
can simplify tricky quilting jobs and
guarantee perfect results. At PFAFF®
you’ll find accessories designed
especially to fit the needs of quilters.
Please note the code numbers for the various PFAFF®
sewing machines to instantly see which presser feet are
available for your model.
PERFECT FOR EVERY QUILTER: THE QUILTER’S TOOLBOX
The QUILTER‘S TOOLBOX is packed with everything
you need to sew a beautiful quilt! The 1/4 inch
Quilting Foot and the Straight Stitch Plate make it
all so easy and professional! Attach the Extension
Table for an extra large working area! For fun and
decorative free-motion quilting, use the Free-motion
Guide Grip and the Free-motion Quilting Foot!
See how much fun quilting can be with the PFAFF®
QUILTER’S TOOLBOX!
Including:
• Quilting Extension Table
• Special Quilting Needles
• 1/4 inch Quilting Foot
• Free-motion Quilt Foot
• Straight Stitch Needle Plate
• Free-motion Guide Grip
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PERFECT ¼” FOOT WITH GUIDE FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
Piecing:
The Perfect ¼” Foot is designed to help you achieve a ¼ “(6mm) or
scant ¼” (< 6mm) seam when piecing. The needle hole in the foot is
oval shaped allowing you to adjust the needle position. The distance
between the center needle position and the guide is less than ¼”
(6mm).
1. Snap-on the Perfect ¼” Foot. *
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2. Engage the IDT.
3. Select a straight stitch.
a.For a 1/4” (6mm) seam; adjust the needle position one or two steps to the left.
b.For a scant 1/4” seam; select a centered needle position or one step to the right.
for IDT™ system
4. Place the fabric pieces right sides together under the presser foot, aligning the edges of the
fabric with the guide on the foot.
5. Sew the fabric pieces together guiding the fabric so that the edges touch the guide.
6. Press the seam allowance and measure the block.
Topstitching
1/4"
Note: Depending on the weight of your fabric and thread it may be necessary to adjust the
needle position to achieve your desired seam allowance. Move the needle to the right to
decrease the seam allowance and to the left to increase it. You can safely move the needle
three steps in either direction but not more.
* Do not use the Straight stitch plate when using the Perfect ¼” Foot.
Topstitching:
The Perfect ¼” Foot is also wonderful for topstitching. Adjust the
needle position and use the guide to place your stitching exactly
where you want it on your blocks, garments or home decor projects.
Piecing
1/4"
1/4"
<1/4"
1.
Snap-on the Perfect ¼”Foot.
2.
Engage the IDT.
3.
Select a straight stitch, triple straight stitch or the mock hand quilting stitch. Adjust the needle
position as desired if needed.
4.
Place the project under the presser foot so that the guide on the foot runs in the ditch of the
seam or along the edge of the fabric. Sew.
Note: Red markings on the Perfect ¼” Foot help you align the fabric when you start
sewing, at corners and at the end of your fabric.
For all machines with manual presser foot lifters: When using any of the optional quilt feet
with guides and sewing with the needle set to stop in the down position, it is recommended
that the presser foot be lifted only as high as necessary for pivoting. Lifting the foot to the
extra high position can cause the needle holder to touch the guide on the presser foot. The
foot could become dislodged, causing damage to the needle and or the foot.
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1/4 INCH QUILTING FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
A quilt consists of two layers of fabric with a layer of batting
sandwiched between them. Many pieces of fabric can be joined
together in continually changing patterns to form the top layer of the
quilt. The 1/4 inch Quilting Foot is particularly suitable for joining
these pieces of fabric. The clearance between the needle and the
outer edge of the foot is 1/4 inch (6.3 mm) and between the needle
and the inner edge of the foot 1/8 inch (3.15 mm).
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1. Attach the 1/4 inch Quilting Foot.
2. Engage the IDT™ system, if available on your machine.
3. Sew fabric together using straight stitch.
4. When using 1/4 inch seam allowance, guide fabric along outer edge of foot. When
using a 1/8 inch seam allowance, guide fabric along inner edge of foot.
CLEAR 1/4 INCH QUILTING FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Clear 1/4 inch Quilting Foot is great for joining pieces of fabric as
it gives clear visibility when sewing 1/4, 1/8 and 3/8 inch seams. The
red lines on the presser foot mark 1/4 inch pivot points in front of and
behind the needle.
1. Place two pieces of fabric right sides together.
2. Select straight stitch, stitch length 2.5.
3. Engage IDT™ system.
4. Place the fabric under the presser foot.
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5. When using 1/8 inch seam allowance, guide the fabric along the inner edge of the toe.
When using 1/4 inch seam allowance, guide the fabric along the outer edge of the toe.
When using 3/8 inch seam allowance, guide the fabric along the outer edge of the foot.
6. To pivot 1/4 inch from the end of the fabric, stop sewing when the fabric edge reaches the
first red mark on the foot.
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1/4 INCH RIGHT GUIDE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot is designed to help you achieve perfect
1/4 inch seams when piecing. Simply keep the fabric edge next to the
guide. The distance between the needle and the right guide is 1/4 inch.
The 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot also gives a perfect 1/4 inch topstitch
distance from the edge of a block when stitching the blocks, batting and
backing together.
Piecing:
Topstitching:
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1. Snap on the 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot. 1. Snap on the 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
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3. Select a straight stitch.
3. Select a straight stitch, triple straight stitch or the
hand-look straight stitch quilting stitch.
4. Place the fabric right sides together
under the presser foot with the guide at
the edge of the fabric.
5. Sew the blocks together, guiding the
edges so that it touches the right guide.
4. Place the quilt under the presser foot with the
flange guide in the seam ditch or at the edge of
the fabric block.
5. Sew around the block and you will get a perfect
1/4 inch distance from every block edge.
Note: With any of the 1/4 inch Right Guide feet for IDT™ system attached to machines with
manual presser foot lift we recommend not to lift the presser foot to the extra high position.
This can cause the needle holder to touch the guide on the presser feet.
With the needle set to down position we recommend just to lift the presser foot as much as
needed for pivoting so that the fabric can be turned freely.
CLEAR 1/4 INCH RIGHT GUIDE FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Clear 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot is designed to help you achieve
perfect 1/4 inch pieced seams. Simply guide the fabric edge next to
the guide. The clear foot gives great visibility to view when sewing. The
distance between the needle and the right guide is 1/4 inch.
Piecing:
1. Snap on the Clear 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
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3. Select a straight stitch.
4. Place the fabric right sides together under the presser foot with the guide at the edge of the
fabric.
5. Sew the blocks together guiding the edges so that it touches the right guide.
Topstitching:
The Clear Right 1/4 inch Guide Foot also gives a perfect 1/4 inch topstitch distance from the
edge of a block when quilting, on your garments or home décor projects.
Refer to instruction for the 1/4 inch Right Guide Foot.
Note: With any of the 1/4 inch Right Guide feet for IDT™ system attached to machines with
manual presser foot lift we recommend not to lift the presser foot to the extra high position.
This can cause the needle holder to touch the guide on the presser feet.
With the needle set to down position we recommend just to lift the presser foot as much as
needed for pivoting so that the fabric can be turned freely.
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STITCH-IN-DITCH FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Stitch-in-Ditch Foot is designed to help you achieve perfect quilting
on the top of your quilt. The guide rides smoothly over the seam for
perfect stitching „in the ditch“.
1. Attach the Stitch-in-Ditch Foot.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
3. Select a straight stitch (or another stitch that has a centered needle position like the
reinforced straight stitch or the straight stitch hand look quilt stitch).
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4. Place the quilt under the presser foot with the guide in the seam (ditch) of the pieced quilt
patches.
5. The guide of the presser foot will follow exactly in the center of the pieced seams so you
can quilt perfectly.
Note: With any of the Stitch-in-Ditch feet for IDT™ system attached to machines with manual
presser foot lift we recommend not to lift the presser foot to the extra high position.
This can cause the needle holder to touch the guide on the presser feet.
With the needle set to down position we recommend just to lift the presser foot as much as
needed for pivoting so that the fabric can be turned freely.
CLEAR STITCH-IN-DITCH FOOT FOR IDT™ SYSTEM
The Clear Stitch-in-Ditch Foot gives excellent visibility and is designed
to help you achieve perfect quilting on the top of your quilt. The guide
rides smoothly over the seam for perfect stitching „in the ditch“.
1. Attach the Clear Stitch-in-Ditch Foot.
2. Engage the IDT™ system.
3. Select a straight stitch (or another stitch that has a centered needle position like the
reinforced straight stitch or the straight stitch hand look quilt stitch).
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5. The guide of the presser foot will follow exactly in the center of the pieced seams so you can
quilt perfectly.
Note: With any of the Stitch-in-Ditch feet for IDT™ system attached to machines with manual
presser foot lift we recommend not to lift the presser foot to the extra high position.
This can cause the needle holder to touch the guide on the presser feet.
With the needle set to down position we recommend just to lift the presser foot as much as
needed for pivoting so that the fabric can be turned freely.
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OPEN-TOE FREE-MOTION SPRING FOOT
The Open-Toe Free-Motion Spring Foot is excellent for free-motion
sewing and quilting. This foot is open in the front for optimum visibility
while stitching. The spring action keeps the fabric from lifting with the
needle as the stitch is being formed.The fabric is guided manually when
free motion sewing or quilting.
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1.
Disengage the IDT™ system.
2.
Loosen the presser foot holder screw completely and remove the holder.
3.
Place the Open-Toe Free-Motion Spring Foot around the presser bar and attach it with the
screw included in the package. Make sure the metal arm on the foot is placed above the
needle clamp.
Hint: Lower the needle a little bit to make it easier to place the guide on the foot in the right
position above the needle clamp.
4.
Thread your machine.
5.
Select a straight stitch or a zigzag stitch (maximum stitch width 5.0).
6.
Set your PFAFF® sewing machine to spring foot free-motion setting/ Free-motion position. The
feed dogs will drop automatically on some machines. With other machines you need to lower
the feed dogs manually. ( Refer to you owner´s manual).
Note: When the feed dogs are dropped, the fabric is no longer fed by the machine. You
must move the fabric.
7.
Maintain a consistent speed and move the fabric in a smooth motion. You are creating the
length of the stitch as you move the fabric. The red markings on the foot can be used as a
guide when stippling or following a design.
OPEN TOE FREE-MOTION FOOT
The Open Toe Free-motion Foot is for wonderful free-motion sewing and
quilting. This foot has an extra-large opening cut out in the front to give
you an optimal view of your free-motion sewing and quilting.
1. Disengage the IDT™ system.
2. Carefully loosen the small silver screw on the back of the presser foot holder until the
crosshole is
accessible.
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3. Squeeze the presser foot gently together and guide the pin of the foot into the crosshole
of the presser foot holder as far as it will go. Make sure the clear arm is above the needle
clamp.
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4. Tighten the silver screw.
5. Lower the Open Toe Free-motion Foot into the free-motion/darning position by either
selecting the free-motion icon on the touch screen of your machine or manually setting the
presser foot lifter in the free-motion position.
6. Lower the feed dogs.
7. Select a straight stitch or a zigzag stitch.
8. Keeping an even speed, manually move your fabric.
Remember, because the feed dogs are lowered, you must move the fabric manually. For even
stitches, move your fabric in a smooth, even motion.
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The Open Toe Free-Motion Foot is excellent for wonderful freemotion
sewing and quilting. This foot has an extra-large opening cut out
in the front to give you an optimal view of your freemotion sewing
and quilting. The Open Toe Sensormatic Free-motion foot is used for
stippling and free-motion embroidery. The foot allows for greater
visibility as the opening in front of the foot gives you an optimal view of
your free-motion sewing and quilting. The open front and transparency
of the foot with both vertical and horizontal markings, allows you to
easily do stippling or follow a design on the fabric.
1. Disengage the IDT™ system.
2. Remove the presser foot holder, and attach the Open Toe Free-Motion Foot to the presser
foot holder bar. The pin should be on the needle clamp screw.
3. Press the Open Toe Free- Motion Foot on firmly from behind with your index finder and
tighten the screw.
4. Lower the feed dogs.
5. Select a straight stitch.
6. Keeping an even speed, manually move your fabric.
Remember, because the feed dogs are lowered, you must move the fabric manually. For even
stitches, move your fabric in a smooth, even motion.
EDGE GUIDE/QUILTING GUIDE
The guide is especially useful for stitching straight lines when quilting.
Use the straight stitch or decorative stitch of your choice for wonderful
quilted effects.
1. Loosen the screw at the back of the presser foot ankle just enough to insert the guide in the
hole. Secure the guide by tightening the screw.
2. Sew a seam with a stitch of your choice.
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3. Place the guide on the seam that you have sewn and sew once more. This will place the
seams at the distance that you have chosen.
Q U I LT I N G
ACCESSORIES
FREE-MOTION ECHO QUILTING FOOT
The Free-motion Echo Quilting foot is designed to give you more
control when free-motion quilting. The large base ensures good surface
contact with the fabric and provides better control of the stitching. The
transparent base allows for 360° visibility. Vertical, horizontal and
circular markings on the foot make it easy to follow a continuous line
quilting pattern or design on the fabric. Sew straight lines or follow
patterns with rounded edges in any direction.
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1. Disengage the IDT™ system.
except expression™ 3.5, 3.2, 3.0,
2.0 expression™ 150
3. Fit the Free-motion Echo Quilting foot around the presser bar; attach it with the screw
included in the package.
2. Loosen the presser foot ankle screw completely and remove the ankle.
4. Thread your machine.
5. Select a straight stitch.
6. Set your PFAFF® sewing machine to Sensormatic free-motion mode. The feed dogs will drop
automatically.
Note: When the feed dogs are dropped, the fabric is no longer fed by the machine.
You must move the fabric.
7. Bring the bobbin thread to the top by taking one stitch. Hold on to both threads and sew a
few stitches in place to begin.
8. Maintain a consistent speed and move the fabric in a smooth motion. You are creating the
length of the stitch as you move the fabric.
9. Stitch around the quilting motif, appliqué or pattern on the fabric, maintaining a uniform
distance to outline the shape.
10. Stitch a second row, maintaining a uniform distance from the first row. Use the red markings
on the foot as a guide to keep your spacing even. (illustr.1)
11. Repeat as many times as you want to create the desired effect.
Note: When sewing in Sensormatic free-motion mode at a low speed the presser foot will
raise and lower with each stitch to hold the fabric on the stitch plate while the stitch is being
performed. At a higher speed, the presser foot floats over the fabric while sewing.
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ACCESSORIES
EXTENSION TABLE WITH ADJUSTABLE GUIDE
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Designed and manufactured for PFAFF® machines this extension table
attaches to your machine the same way as your accessory box and
substantially increases your work area. It is very stable, and because
no legs are needed, you have the clearance underneath the extension
table for circular items. The Adjustable Guide with ruler has both
centimeters and inches to allow you to sew hems, borders and more
with perfect accuracy. The ruler printed right on the extension table
measures from the needle in both centimeters and inches so you always
have the measurements you need right at hand.
QUILT TABLE
Made of sturdy, smooth Plexiglas. This terrific table substantially
increases your work area to accommodate the extra space quilters
need. Even very large quilting projects can be handled comfortably.
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ACCESSORIES
EXTENSION TABLE
The sturdy extension table has adjustable legs and allows you
to convert the free arm to an extended flat bed to easily support
large projects.
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TURED
ESSORIES
EXTENSION TABLE
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K* except creative™ 1.5,
passport™ 2.0, SMARTER BY PFAFF™
260c, 160s, 140s
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EXTENSION TABLE
The sturdy extension table has adjustable legs and allows you to
convert the free arm to an extended flat bed to easily support large
projects.
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260c, 160s, 140s
EXTENSION TABLE WITH BAG
Designed for the new passport™ 2.0, this extension table has a printed
ruler with both centimeters and inches so needed measurements are
close at hand. A branded bag for the table is included, which can
be attached to the back of the machine cover. The sturdy extension
table has adjustable legs and allows you to convert the free arm to an
extended flat bed to easily support large projects.
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ACCESSOIRES
Q U I LT I N G
ACCESSORIES
STRAIGHT STITCH NEEDLE PLATE
The Straight Stitch Needle Plate guarantees even fabric feed at the
beginning and end of a seam, while preventing the fabric from
being pulled into the needle plate.
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Straight Stitch Needle Plate
with Inch Markings
Straight Stitch Needle Plate
with Inch Markings
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with Inch Markings
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creative™ H O O P S
creative™ A C C E S S O R I E S
EMBROIDERY
The owner of a PFAFF® sewing and embroidery
machine has the key to a neverending
source of creativity. Embroidery is a popular
decoration for fashion, accessories and
home decorating items. Colorful, supersized,
enchantingly lovely – embroidered by PFAFF®
machine with unbelievable quality. Combine
your machine with the right accessories, and
you‘ll get professional results every time! It‘s
fun and the new ideas will just keep coming!
For more information, check our web site regularly
at www.pfaff.com or visit your nearest authorized
PFAFF® dealer.
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EMBROIDERY COLLECTIONS
EMBROIDERY
COLLECTIONS
An unlimited source of
inspiration! Breathtakingly
large or delightfully
small; flowers or borders,
romantic or modern;
intricate patterns or
clean lines – there is an
Embroidery Collection for
every taste.
www.myembroideries.com
For a truly unique embroidery experience - log on
to www.myembroideries.com and experience the
world of embroidery! Here you can find a huge
selection of all our embroideries - from cute little
designs to large hoop designs and embroideries
with special techniques. View the art gallery for
inspiration or tour the education section with
anmated film clips that will take you through, step
by step, how to embroider special techniques
designs.
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EMBROIDERY DESIGN COLLECTIONS
Your PFAFF® dealer carries a huge selection
of designs in various sizes and for all PFAFF®
embroidery machines. Each Embroidery
Collection includes a booklet with all the
information you‘ll need to embroider each design.
New Embroidery Collections are
added regularly, so check our website
at www.pfaff.com for the latest selection,
or visit your local PFAFF® dealer.
EMBROIDERY
creative™ H O O P S
creative™ HOOPS
With the creative™ hoops from PFAFF®, you can
expand your embroidery machine’s potential and
achieve the most professional results. All designs will
be perfect, no matter what the size. To guarantee even
more embroidery pleasure for,the range of creative™
hoops is constantly being expanded. You can learn
more from your PFAFF® dealer.
The embroideries are from Embroidery Collection no. 392 Grand Dream Richelieu.
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METAL HOOP 180X130MM
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creative vision™, creative™ 4.5, 4,0, 3,0, 2,0
Some fabrics are more difficult to hoop than others or should not
be hooped at all, since hooping can damage the fabric. Thick and
coarse fabrics can be difficult to hoop but also thin and glossy fabrics.
Hooping ready-to-wear garments is difficult or impossible due to seams,
narrow areas or buttons/rivets. When using the Metal Hoop
180 x130 mm hooping won‘t be a problem!
When you want to embroider on quilts or other projects where you do
not want residuals from stabilizer on the back side, the Metal Hoop
180 x130 mm is perfect! Embroider without stabilizer.Embroidering
several designs after each other or doing endless embroideries is easy,
just remove the magnets and move the fabric. Ready to embroider the
next design in no time!
DIFFERENT WAYS TO USE THE HOOP
Hard-to-Hoop Fabrics and Finished Garments
Thin stretch fabrics, velvet, suede, leather and coarse fabrics is hard to hoop and the fabric can
be damaged by the hooping. For those fabrics, use the hoop with adhesive stabilizer. This is
also the perfect solution when embroidering on garments as jackets, jeans, waistbands, pockets,
collars or sleeves.
We recommend using INSPIRA® “Light & Tacky Tear-A-Way™” stabilizer (# 620115396).
Lace and Free-Standing Embroideries
If embroidering on light or shear fabric, or if you want to make free-standing embroideries or
lace, use a water soluble stabilizer (we recommend INSPIRA® Aqua Magic™, (#620114396).
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Standard Embroidery
The Metal Hoop 180x130mm is also suitable for embroidery with tear-away stabilizer. We
recommend using INSPIRA® Tear-A-Way™ stabilizer (#620112296).
Endless Embroidery
Endless embroideries are done easily with the Metal Hoop 180x130mm. Use water soluble
or tear-a-way stabilizer.
Embroider on Quilts or Sturdy Fabrics
When you cannot use water-soluble stabilizer and/or you do not want residual from
stabilizer on the backside (e.g. on a quilt or sturdy fabrics), you can embroider without any
stabilizer. Fix the fabric to the hoop with the magnets. When embroidering without stabilizer,
we recommend using an extra set of magnets (#620132696).
SET OF 4 MAGNETS
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For
METAL HOOP
There is an extra set of four magnets avialable as an optional
accessory. They can be used to fix the fabric more securely to the hoop
when not using adhesive stabilizer.
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creative™ H O O P S
creative™ GRAND
DREAM HOOP
creative™
DELUXE HOOP
creative™
ELITE HOOP
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360 x 350 mm
360 x 200 mm
260 x 200 mm
creative™
creative™
GRAND ENDLESS HOOP MASTER HOOP
creative™
QUILTERS HOOP
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METAL HOOP
creative™
ENDLESS HOOP II
creative™
TEXTURE HOOP
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180 x 130 mm
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180 x 100 mm
200 x 200 mm
EMBROIDERY
creative™ H O O P S
creative™
ALL FABRIC HOOP II
creative™ 120
SQUARE HOOP
creative™
PETITE SQUARE HOOP
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120 x 120 mm
80 x 80 mm
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ENDLESS HOOP
creative™
GRAND HOOP
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250 x 225 mm
creative™
ALL FABRIC HOOP
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creative™
RECTANGULAR HOOP
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H O O P / M A C H I N E C O M PAT I B I L I T Y C H A R T
creative sensation™ pro
creative sensation™
creative vision™
creative performance™ *
creative™ 4.5 *, 4.0 *
MAX. EMBROIDERY AREA
EMBROIDERY HOOPS
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creative™ DELUXE HOOP
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creative™ ELITE HOOP
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EMBROIDERY
H O O P / M A C H I N E C O M PAT I B I L I T Y C H A R T
creative performance™ **
creative™ 4.5 **, 4.0 **
creative™ 3.0, 2.0
260 x 200 mm
creative™ 1.5
225 x 140 mm
creative™ 2170
creative™ 2144
creative™ 2140
225 x 140 mm
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creative™ A C C E S S O R I E S
creative™ FELTING EMBROIDERY SET
With the PFAFF® Creative™ Felting Embroidery Set, you can create
the most amazing felted embroideries. The effect is created when
embroidering without threads but with a special needle that felt fibers
together. The effect of the embellishment can be changed dramatically
by using different types of fabric/wool.
Contents
A. Felting Foot
C
A
B. Felting Bobbin
C. Felting Needle Plate Cover
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B
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E. Screw
Fabrics
Just about any fabric can be felted with the creative™ Felting Embroidery Set, however,
afterwards some fabrics tend to give a more favorable result when embellished or laundered.
The recommended fabrics are those made from natural fibers, such wool and wool roving. The
best characteristic for fabrics is a napped or textured surface.
A napped surface will adhere to a natural fiber/napped surface/or mixed fiber base.
Avoid synthetics with “wash and wear” type of weaves and finishes that have a smooth surface.
The effect differs from fabric to fabric. Always test on a piece of
material before you start.
Hooping
When embroidering with the felting needles, no threads are used. The fabric is hooped with the
right side facing down.
When embroidering free standing designs or when using wool roving, a water soluble stabilizer
is needed.
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Felting Techniques
Three designs are available for download from ”www.pfaff.com”. Each design represents a
felting technique, Free Standing, Single-Layer and Multi-Layer embroidery. These techniques are
explained below.
To download the designs, go to www.pfaff.com.
Find the ”creative™ felting embroidery set”. Click on the link to download the designs.
1. FREE STANDING EMBROIDERY
2. SINGLE-LAYER EMBROIDERY
3. MULTI-LAYER EMBROIDERY
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EMBROIDERY/SENSORMATIC FREE-MOTION FOOT
The Sensormatic free-motion foot is used for stippling and free-motion
embroidery. The foot allows for greater visibility for both stippling and
free-motion embroidery.
When sewing free-motion at a low speed the presser foot will raise and lower with each stitch to
hold the fabric on the stitch plate while stitch is being formed. At higher speed, the presser foot
floats over the fabric while sewing.
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OPEN TOE SENSORMATIC FREE-MOTION FOOT
The Open Toe Sensormatic Free-motion foot is used for stippling and
free-motion embroidery. The foot allows for greater visibility as the
opening in front of the foot gives you an optimal view of your freemotion sewing and quilting. The open front and transparency of the
foot with both vertical and horizontal markings, allows you to easily do
stippling or follow a design on the fabric.
1. Thread your machine with a thread of your own choice.
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2.0, expression™ 150
2. Make sure the IDT™ system is disengaged.
3. Set your sewing machine in Sensormatic free-motion mode. The feed dogs will drop
automatically.
4. Select the stitch you would like to use (straight stitch or zigzag stitch). The stitch length
doesn’t matter because when the feed dogs are dropped the fabric is no longer fed by the
machine. You must feed (move) the fabric.
5. Stitch manually moving the fabric.
Note: When sewing in Sensormatic free-motion mode at a low speed the presser foot will
raise and lower with each stitch to hold the fabric on the stitch plate while the stitch is being
performed. At a higher speed, the presser foot floats over the fabric while sewing.
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DYNAMIC SPRING FOOT
The Dynamic Spring Foot is used for embroidery, and free-motion
sewing or quilting. The foot is designed to give a great view so you
easily can do stippling or follow a design in the fabric. The spring action
keeps the fabric from lifting with the needle as the stitch is being formed,
giving you more control of your sewing.
1. Disengage the IDT™ system and carefully loosen the small screw on the back of the presser
foot holder.
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2. Squeeze the Dynamic Spring Foot together. Guide the pin of the foot into the cross- hole of
the presser foot holder. The arm of the foot should be placed behind the needle screw.
except quilt expression™ 4.0,
expression™ 3.5, 3.2, 3.0, 2.0,
expression™ 150
3. Tighten the screw.
4. Thread your machine.
5. Set the machine in the Dynamic Spring Foot 6D mode. The feed dogs will drop
automatically.
Embroidery
In embroidery the presser foot will move up and down with the needle which gives a more even
balance between top and bobbin thread.
Free-motion
1. Place the quilt under the presser foot.
2. Select a straight stitch and start sewing. You will manually guide your fabric. Your movement
will determine the length of the stitch.
3. Move your quilt in a smooth motion, maintaining a consistent speed for even stitches.
creative™ EMBROIDERY FOOT
The embroidery feet are developed especially for use with the
embroidery functions of the PFAFF® sewing and embroidery
machines. Select the correct foot for your machine.
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2140, 2134, 2124
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creative™ EMBROIDERY CUTWORK NEEDLE KIT
With creative™ Embroidery Cutwork Needle Kit set you can easily
create cutwork embroidery. This kit will help you get started!
Contents: INSPIRA™ Cutwork Needles, Multipurpose tool/ Button reed,
CD with instruction video, embroidery designs, more tips and inspiration
to get you started!
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for Embroidery machines
and creative™ 1.5
creative™ EIGHT SPOOL THREAD RACK
Snaps onto top of machine and features pins for up to eight
spools of thread. Thread pins are numbered for embroidery color
changes.
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SERGER/OVERLOCK
D E C O R AT I V E
SERGER/
OVERLOCK
Do you love to sew? Do you enjoy working
with all of today‘s wonderful fabrics and
trims? Do you want the results to be as
perfect as the best ready-to-wear? Then you
need a PFAFF® serger/overlock! It’s the ideal
complement to your sewing machine. It picks
up where your sewing machine stops.
For more information, check our web site regularly
at www.pfaff.com or visit your nearest authorized
PFAFF® dealer.
coverlock™ 4.0
hobbylock™ 2.5
coverlock™ 3.0
hobbylock™ 2.0
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D E C O R AT I V E
CORDED WAVY EDGE FOOT
Sewing a decorative wavy edge is easy with the Corded Wavy Edge
foot. The curvy, softly ruffled edge is a perfect finish for bridal veils,
figure skating costumes, ballet skirts, crafts and more.
Note: For best results, use fabric with stretch. For fabric with no stretch, cut on the bias.
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hobbylock™ 2.5
1.
Set the machine for a 3-thread rolled edge.
2.
Snap on the Corded Wavy Edge foot.
3.
Insert a 0.3mm nylon fishing line (or similar) into the opening in the foot. The fishing line
will be covered by the rolled edge.
4.
Start to sew slowly. Make sure the fishing line is hidden in the rolled edge as you sew.
Tip: * 40 wt. rayon embroidery threads in a contrasting color in the upper and lower loopers
will give a shiny colorful edge.
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YARN APPLICATION FOOT
This foot is used for sewing yarns (cords, nylon gut) up to a thickness of
1.0 mm. This produces an undulating or stiffer hem (e.g. on wedding
dresses and valance).
Preparing the machine
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Needle:
Right needle
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Stitch type:
Two thread lower looper thread wrapped rolled hem or three
thread upper looper thread wrapped rolled hem
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Stitch length:
2 mm
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Differential feed lever: Normal position
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1.
Place the fabric under the presser foot.
2.
Thread cord (or nylon gut) through slot (A) and under finger (B) of the presser foot.
3.
Test sew on a piece of fabric before starting to sew.
SERGER/OVERLOCK
D E C O R AT I V E
ELASTIC FOOT
The Elastic Foot guides and stretches narrow elastic (¼-½”, 6-12 mm)
as you sew it to fabric. It is great for sewing for active wear, lingerie
and other elastic insertion techniques.
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch.
2. Loosen the screw at the front of the Elastic Foot to release the tension on the roller. Insert the
elastic into the foot.
3. Snap on the foot and pull the elastic until it reaches behind the foot.
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hobbylock™ 2.5
4. Tighten the tension screw to stretch the elastic.
5. Turn the handwheel to sew the first few stitches to secure the elastic.
6. Place the fabric under the foot and sew both the elastic and the fabric together.
7. Check the stitch and adjust the tension if necessary.
Note: To adjust the stretch of the elastic:
• Turn the tension screw to the right for more stretch.
• Turn the screw to the left for less stretch.
• Be careful not to stretch the fabric while sewing.
ELASTIC FOOT
The Elastic Foot guides and stretches narrow elastic (¼-½”, 6-12 mm) as
you sew it to fabric. It is great for sewing for active wear, lingerie and
other elastic insertion techniques.
Preparing the machine
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Needle:
Left or right, or both left and right
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Stitch type:
Three-thread overlock or four-thread ultra stretch mock safety
stitch
•
Stich length:
3-5 mm
•
Differential feed lever: Normal position
•
Upper knife:
Working or non-working position
Sewing
1. Before attaching the sewing foot to machine, pass the elastic tape through presser foot and adjust
stretch with adjusting screw (A).
2. Attach presser foot to machine.
3. Sew 2 - 3 stitches while pulling the elastic tape lightly to the rear of machine.
4. Continue to sew the elastic tape onto the fabric while lightly pulling the end of elastic tape.
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BLINDHEM & LACE FOOT
The Blindhem Foot is perfect for sewing invisible hems and for applying
lace. The hem is sewn, overcast and trimmed in one step.
Blind hem:
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch.
2. Snap on the Blindhem Foot.
3. Fold and press the hem in place. Turn the hem back on itself toward the right side of the
fabric. Leave ¼” (6mm) of the edge exposed. (See illustration.)
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4. Place the hem under the foot with the fold against the guide on the foot.
5. Loosen the guide screw to adjust the guide so that the needle just catches the thread of the
fold.
6. Guide the fabric as you sew, making sure the fold of the fabric is always against the guide.
7. Open the fabric and press lightly on the wrong side.
8. Test on a scrap piece of fabric before sewing your project.
Lace:
1.
Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch
2.
Snap on the Blindhem Foot.
3.
Place the wrong side of the lace to the right side of the fabric.
4.
Place under the foot with the fabric extending to the right of the guide. The header of the
lace will be against the left side of the guide.
5.
Loosen the guide screw to adjust the guide so the needle just catches the header of the lace.
6.
Guide the fabric as you sew, making sure the header of the lace is always against the
guide.
7.
When finished, open the lace flat. Fold the seam allowance to the back of the fabric and
press.
8.
If using insertion lace, repeat on the other side of the lace.
BLINDHEM FOOT
This foot is for sewing cuffs on knit fabrics, and hemming where seam
should not be visible.
Preparing the machine
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Needle:
Right needle
•
Stitch type:
Three-thread overlock or three-thread flatlock
•
Stitch length:
4-5mm
•
Differential feed lever: Normal position
•
Upper knife:
Working position
•
Sewing
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1.
Fold fabric as shown and place it under the presser foot.
2.
Loosen screw (A) and adjust edge guide so that needle will penetrate the fabric close to the
folded edge.
3.
Guide fabric lightly while sewing so that needle will just catch the edge of fold.
SERGER/OVERLOCK
D E C O R AT I V E
PIPING FOOT
The Piping Foot is perfect for inserting packaged piping into seams and
on edges for a tailored finish. The trim is sewn between the two layers
of fabric in one step. A groove under the foot helps guide the piping.
You can also create your own piping for a custom finish.The Piping
Foot makes it fast and easy to cover cording with fabric and to insert
piping into seams for a professional look!
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch.
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2. Snap on the Piping Foot.
To stitch piping into a seam:
3. Place the piping along the seam line on right side of fabric. Place second piece of fabric on
top with right sides together.
4. Put fabric and piping layers under the Piping Foot with the piping in the groove on the
underside of the foot.
5. Sew piping into the seam.
6. The groove on the underside of the foot will guide the piping as you sew.
To make piping from your fabric:
1. Cut bias or crosswise grain strips wide enough to cover the cord plus the seam allowances.
2. Lay the cord on the wrong side of the fabric strip and fold the fabric over the cord.
3. Place the fabric and cord under the Piping Foot with the cord in the groove on the underside
of the foot.
4. Sew. The groove will guide the cord as you sew.
PIPING FOOT
This presser foot is suited for sewing welting between two layers of
fabric.
Preparing the machine
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Needle:
Left or both left and right
•
Stitch type:
Three-thread overlock or four-thread overlock
•
Stitch type:
2-5mm
•
Differential feed lever: Normal position
•
Upper knife:
Working position
Sewing
1. Place fabric with right sides facing.
2. Place cording (piping) in between upper and lower fabrics and insert fabrics under cording foot
with cording positioned in groove under foot.
3. Sew while guiding both cording (piping) and fabric.
Note: Cording (piping) using bias tape and cord can also be done with this foot.
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BEADING FOOT
The Beading Foot smoothly guides beads and pearls through a channel
on the foot for easy application on garments or crafts.
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch.
2. Pull the bead string through the channel on the underside of the foot.
3. Snap the Beading Foot onto the machine.
4. Turn the handwheel to sew the first two stitches to keep the beads in place.
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5. Sew pearls onto the edge of fabric, cutting just a little bit of fabric as you sew. Or sew along
the fold without cutting.
Note: The needle should penetrate about 5/8” (1.5mm) from the fabric edge.
BEADING FOOT
This foot is used for sewing on beads, spangles, etc.
Preparing the machine
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Needle:
Left or right (left is preferable.)
•
Stitch type:
Three-thread overlock or wrapped edge overlock
•
Stitch length:
3-5mm
•
Differential feed lever: Normal position
•
Upper knife:
Working or non-working position
Sewing
1. Select sewing method (A) or (B), then determine needle position and sew 2 or 3 stitches.
2. Turn hand wheel with hand until needle point is level with fabric surface on its upward stroke.
Then insert the end of string of beads into guide on presser foot.
3. Sew 2 - 3 stitches by turning hand wheel with hand.
4. Press beards lightly with left finger while sewing.
5. Sew the last few stitches by turning hand wheel with hand to avoid beads interfering with needle
and loopers.
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GATHERING FOOT
The Gathering Foot is perfect for gathering a single layer of fabric or
simultaneously gathering and stitching two layers of fabric. (The bottom
fabric layer will be gathered and the top layer remains flat.) Suitable for
light and medium weight woven fabrics.
1. Set the overlock machine for the desired stitch.
2. Snap on the Gathering Foot.
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hobbylock™ 2.5
3. Insert the bottom fabric layer (fabric to be gathered) between the needle plate and the
Gathering Foot all the way up to the cutter, with right side up.
4. Insert the top fabric layer in the opening of the Gathering Foot and even with the bottom
layer right side down.
5. Lower the presser foot and sew. Guide the fabric against the fabric guide, letting the bottom
layer feed freely to gather.
Tip: To increase the fullness of the gathering:
• Increase the needle thread tension
• Set the differential feed to a higher number
• Adjust the stitch length to a higher number
A single layer of fabric may also be gathered by placing it under foot and adjusting stitch length,
differential feed and needle thread tension to desired fullness.
GATHERING FOOT
This foot is most suited for gathering when sewing tiered skirts, yokes,
cuffs and frills on skiris, etc. This foot is also suited for sewing two fabrics
together and gathering the bottom fabric in one operation.
Preparing the machine
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•
Needle:
Left or right, or both left and right
•
Stitch type:
Three—thread overlock or four-thread overlock
•
Stitch length:
3-5 mm
•
Differential feed lever: Gathering position
•
Upper knife:
Working position
Sewing
1. Place two layers of fabric on machine with separator plate (A) in between the upper and lower
fabrics.
2. Sew 2-3 stitches.
3. Hold and lightly guide upper and lower fabrics separately while sewing.
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LACE FOOT
This foot is used for sewing lace or borders together or onto the
workpiece.
Preparing the machine
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Needle:
Right needle
•
Stitch type:
Three-thread overlock or three—thread standard rolled hem
•
Stitch length:
1.5 - 3 mm
•
Differential feed lever: Normal position
•
Upper knife:
Working or non-working position
Sewing
1. Place the fabric under guide finger (A) and lace on top of guide finger (A).
2. If necessary, loosen screw (C) and slide guide plate (B) to the left or right to adjust stitch
width.
3. Tighten screw (C).
4. Guide lace along guide plate (B) and sew.
Note: If there is no necessity to cut the fabric edge, place both fabric and lace on top of guide
finger (A) . Be sure to disengage the upper knife.
TAPING FOOT
The Taping Foot is used to apply seam tapes to seams to prevent
stretching. It is especially good for stabilizing shoulder seams. With this
foot you can reinforce and construct seams in one step.
1. Set the overlock machine for the 4-thread overlock.
2. Place the seam tape in the guides on the foot.
3. Adjust the screw to fit the width of the tape.
4. Snap the taping foot onto the machine.
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5. Sew the seam.
Note: Works best with ¼” (8mm) seam tape.
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D E C O R AT I V E
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COVERSTITCH
SERGER/OVERLOCK
COVERSTITCH
SERGER/
OVERLOCK
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with all of today‘s wonderful fabrics and
trims? Do you want the results to be as
perfect as the best ready-to-wear? Then you
need a PFAFF® serger/overlock! It’s the ideal
complement to your sewing machine. It picks
up where your sewing machine stops.
For more information, check our web site regularly
at www.pfaff.com or visit your nearest authorized
PFAFF® dealer.
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COVERSTITCH
CLEAR COVERSTITCH FOOT
With the Clear Coverstitch foot, you can see your fabric and marked
line under the foot as you sew.
1. Set the machine for a Coverstitch or a Chainstitch.
2. With a water soluble marker, draw a line on the fabric to mark the stitching line.
3. Snap on the Clear Coverstitch foot.
4. Use default stitch settings. Adjust if needed.
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5. Place the fabric under the presser foot and the needles. Start to sew into the fabric without
chaining off first.
6. Use the red center marking on the foot as a guide as you follow a line drawn on the fabric.
The Clear Coverstitch foot will give you a great view of the marked line and of your fabric
while sewing.
SERGER/OVERLOCK
COVERSTITCH
FLAT TRIM FOOT
With the Flat Trim foot, you can easily add lace and trims to the top of
the fabric with a coverstitch to create beautiful decorative edges and
effects.
1. Set the machine for a Coverstitch wide.
2. Snap on the Flat Trim foot.
3. Use default stitch settings. Adjust if needed.
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4. Insert the fabric edge into the lower section on the left side of the foot. Slide the fabric under
the foot and under the needles.
5. Insert the trim into the upper section on the right side of the foot. Slide the trim toward the
back of the foot beyond the needles, leaving a short tail of trim behind the needles. while
sewing.
Tip: Use tweezers to slide the fabric andthe trim to the correct position under the
needles.
6. Lower the needles into the trim and the fabric. Lower the Flat Trim foot
7. As you sew, hold the fabric in your left hand and the trim in your right hand.
Tip: If you want a finished fabric edge, press a ¼” (6mm) hem to the right side of the fabric
before inserting the fabric into the Flat Trim foot. The lace will cover the fabric raw edge
when sewn in place.
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COVERSTITCH
JOIN AND FOLD EDGING FOOT
Use the Join and Fold Edging foot to hem the fabric edge and attach
lace at the same time.
1. Set the machine for Coverstitch, wide.
2. Use the default stitch settings. Adjust if needed.
3. Snap on the Join and Fold Edging foot.
4. Slide the raw edge of the fabric right side up, into the fabric guide (illustration 1).
5. Slide the fabric to the back underneath the presser foot and the needles.
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6. Insert the lace into the right lace guide and pull a lace tail about 1” (2.5cm) behind the foot
(illustration 2). Use tweezers if needed.
7. Lower the presser foot. Hold the fabric in your left hand and the lace in your right hand and
start to sew.
Note: Adjust the screw on the guide to adjust the stitch position if needed.
1.
2.
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COVERSTITCH
STRAP AND BELT LOOP FOOT
With the Strap and Belt Loop foot, create straps and belt loops easily
using a cover stitch. Just put a strip into the foot and the strip is folded
automatically and stitched in place.
1. Set the machine for a Coverstitch wide.
2. Use the default stitch settings. Adjust if needed.
3. Cut a strip of fabric, 1” (25mm) wide.
4. Cut the top corner of the strip at a 45 degree angle to form a point.
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5. Insert the cut angle into the guide, right side of the fabric facing up. Pull the strip through
the slot and under the foot. Extend the tail of the strip behind the foot (Illustration 1). Use a
tweezers to feed the strip into the foot if needed.
6. Snap the Strap and Belt Loop foot onto the machine.
7. Slide the strip approximately 2” (5cm) behind the foot.
8. Lower the presser foot. Be sure both raw edges of strip are turned under before stitching.
Sew the fi rst few stitches. Stop and clip the needle threads close to the presser foot and
continue sewing.
9. For even feeding, hold the fabric strip slightly below the fi rst guide in the front of the foot
(Illustration 2).
10. Sew at medium speed. Check the fabric as you sew to ensure proper feeding.
1.
Note: Sew the folded fabric strip without additional fabric underneath to create straps and
belt loops or sew the folded strip onto another fabric for decorative effects.
2.
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COVERSTITCH
PIPING FOOT WITH CORDED GUIDE
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With the Piping foot with Cording guide, you can create piping, corded tucks and decorative trims.
PIPING
CORDED TUCKS
DECORATIVE TRIM
PIPING
1.
Easily create your own piping:
1. Set the machine for Chainstitch.
2. Use the default stitch settings. Adjust if needed.
Note: Although the machine recommends needle D, you will use needle E for this
technique instead.
3. Snap on the Piping foot. (The cording guide is not used for this technique.)
4. Place the cord in the groove on the bottom of the foot and pull the cord tail behind the
foot about 2½” (5cm).
Note: ¼” - 5/8” (1.5 - 2.0mm) cord can be used.
5. Cut a strip of fabric on the bias, 1” (25mm) wide.
6. Wrap the fabric around the cord in the front of the foot. Slide the fabric under the foot.
7. Lower the presser foot and sew over the cord and fabric (illustration 1). (Hold the cord
behind the foot as you begin to sew.)
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COVERSTITCH
CORDED TUCKS
2.
Achieve a trapunto effect when a coverstitch is sewn over a cord in
the guide.
1. Set the machine for coverstitch, wide.
Note: Although the machine recommends needles C and E, you will use needles D
and E for this technique instead.
2. Snap on the Piping foot and attach the cording guide as illustrated (illustration 2).
3. Insert the cord into the round hole of the cording guide and position it in the groove on
the bottom of the Piping foot.
4. Lay the fabric right side up on top of the cord. Slide it under the foot until it is underneath
the needles (illustration 3).
3.
5. Lower the needles into the fabric. Lower the presser foot and start to sew at a medium
speed. (Hold the cord behind the foot as you begin to sew.)
DECORATIVE TRIM
4.
Use decorative thread and ribbons to create special effects and
unique trims.
1. Set the machine for 3-thread ornamental fl atlock stitch, wide with decorative thread in
the loopers.
2. Snap on the standard presser foot and attach the cording guide as illustrated
(illustration 4).
3. Insert a ribbon ¼” (6mm) wide right side down into the rectangular opening in the
guide.
4. Place the ribbon under the presser foot to the right side of the needle, leaving a 2”
(5cm) tail behind the foot.
5.
5. The needle should go down into the machine just beyond, not into, the edge of the
ribbon (Illustration 5).
6. Sew over the ribbon to make a decorative trim.
Tip: Make your decorated ribbon long enough to cut it in three pieces, then braid
(Illustration 6).
6.
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INSPIRA™ NEEDLES
NEEDLES
Various sewing techniques and the
professional handling of specials
fabrics require specially designed
needles. At PFAFF® you will find an
assortment of the highest quality
needles. You will notice the
advantages immediately when you
sew. Ask your PFAFF® dealer to show
you the entire range of needles.
UNIVERSAL NEEDLE
Universal needles (H) have a slightly rounded point and come in a
variety of sizes. For general sewing in a variety of fabric types and
weights.
620069896: (5 size 60)
620069996: (10 size 60)
620070096: (5 size 70)
620070196: (10 size 70)
620070296: (5 size 75)
620098796: (5 size 80)
620070496: (10 size 80)
620070596: (5 size 90)
620070696: (10 size 90)
620070796: (5 size 100)
620070896: (10 size 100)
620070996: (5 size 110)
620071096: (5 size 120)
620071196: (1 size 70, 2 size 80, 2 size 90)
620098896: (2 size 70, 6 size 80, 2 size 90)
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INSPIRA™ NEEDLES
EMBROIDERY NEEDLE
Embroidery Needles (H-E) have a special scarf, a slightly rounded
point, and slightly larger eye to avoid damage to thread and materials.
Use with metallic and other specialty threads for embroidery and
decorative sewing.
620071696: (3 size 75, 2 size 90)
620071796: (5 size 75)
620099496: (5 size 90)
TOPSTITCH NEEDLE
A very large eye on this needle makes it the ideal choice for
topstitching with heavier threads. Both the eye and groove are larger,
for techniques such as machine tatting or crazy quilt embellishment with
silk buttonhole twist, 12 and 30 weight cotton and other decorative
threads.
620071396: (5 size 80)
620071496: (5 size 90)
620071596: (5 size 100)
DENIM NEEDLE
Denim needles (H-J) have a sharp point to penetrate tightly woven
fabrics without deflecting the needle. For canvas, denim, microfibers.
620071996: (2 size 90, 2 size 100, 1 size 110)
620072096: (5 size 70)
620072196: (5 size 80)
620072296: (5 size 90)
620072396: (5 size 100)
620072496: (5 size 110)
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INSPIRA™ NEEDLES
QUILTING NEEDLE
Quilting Needles (H-Q) have a special tapered point and light
ballpoint to sew through layers and batting with ease.
620072696: (3 size 75, 2 size 90)
620072796: (5 size 75)
620072896: (5 size 90))
STRETCH NEEDLE
Stretch Needles (H-S) have a special scarf to eliminate skipped
stitches when there is flex in the fabric. For knits, swimwear, fleece,
synthetic suedes and leathers.
620072996: (5 size 75)
620073096: (5 size 90)
MICROTEX NEEDLE
Microtex or sharp needles (H-M) have a sharp point like Denim needles
but are available in smaller sizes. Use for microfiber to topstitch
lightweight tightly woven fabrics.
620073196: (2 size 60, 2 size 70, 1 size 80)
620073296: (5 size 60)
620073396: (5 size 70)
620073496: (5 size 80)
620073596: (5 size 90)
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INSPIRA™ NEEDLES
WING NEEDLE
The Wing Needle has wide wings on the side of the needle to poke
holes in the fabric when sewing entredeux and other hemstitches on
natural fiber fabrics.
620075296: (1 size 100)
620075396: (1 size 120)
TWIN NEEDLE/TWIN NEEDLE - SPECIAL
The Twin needle (Double needle) has two separate needles mounted
onto one shank. Use for decorative sewing, top stitching and twin
needle tucks. Available in sizes (70, 80, 90) and types (universal,
denim, embroidery) and distances between the two needles in mm
(1.6, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 4.0). The larger the number the wider the space
between the needle. Use the 4.0 for straight stitch only.
Twin Needle
620073696: (1 size 70. 1.6 mm)
620073796: (1 size 80. 1.6 mm)
620073896: (1 size 80. 2 mm)
620073996: (1 size 80. 2.5 mm)
620104896: (1 size 80. 4 mm)
620074196: (1 size 90. 3 mm)
620074296: (1 size 90. 4 mm)
620074396: (1 size 100. 4 mm)
Twin Needle Special
620074696: (1 size 100. 4 mm) twin denim needle
620074796: (1 size 75. 2 mm) twin embroidery needle
620074896: (1 size 75. 2.5 mm) twin stretch needle
620074996: (1 size 75. 4 mm) twin stretch needle
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INSPIRA™ NEEDLES
BALL POINT NEEDLE
Ballpoint Needles (H-SUK have a more rounded point that will not run
or snag specialty knits because it enters the fabric between the knit
fibers.
620075596: (5 size 70)
620106096: (5 size 80)
620075796: (5 size 90)
620075896: (5 size 100)
620075996: (1 size 70, 2 size 80, 2 size 90)
LEATHER NEEDLES
620076096: (5 size 80)
620076196: (5 size 90)
620076296: (5 size 100)
620076396: (5 size 110)
TITANIUM NEEDLE
620084796: Quilt (5 size 75)
620084896: Quilt (5 size 90)
620084996: embroidery (5 size 80)
620085096: embroidery (5 size 90)
620085196: universal (5 size 80)
620085296: universal (5 size 90)
OVERLOCK NEEDLE
620079596: (5 size 80)
620079696: (5 size 90)
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BAGS
QUILTED DELUXE ROLLER BAG
Deluxe wheeled machine bag that will go the distance with durable
nylon construction complemented by leather--reinforced handles and
trim. Large exterior zip ocket for machine manuals or accessories.
• Two-way zip-around closure
• Built-in inboard trolley
• Telescoping trolley handle
• Two side handles
• Exterior zip pocket
• Machine straps
• Combination lock
• Built-in clips for attaching to embroidery unit bag
• PFAFF® logo name tag
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• Nylon with vinyl leather trim
• PFAFF® logo lining
QUILTED DELUXE E-UNIT BAG
Deluxe quilted durable nylon construction complemented by leatherreinforced handle and trim. Large exterior zip pocket for embroidery
hoops.
• Two-way zip-around closure
• Exterior zip pocket
• Machine straps
• Built-in clips for attaching to machine roller bag
• Nylon with vinyl leather trim
• PFAFF® logo lining
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BAGS
QUILTED SEWING ACCESSORY BAG
• Upper and lower storage compartments
• Organizer tray for upper compartment
• Removable clip on strap for securing to roller bag
• Nylon with vinyl leather trim
• PFAFF® logo name tag
• PFAFF® logo lining
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WHAT IS THE SECRET TO A PERFECT SEAM?
The fabric is fed from both the top and bottom at the same
time with any stitch, no matter the stitch length or width. The
result is absolutely no fabric slipping or shifting, which is
perfect for quilting. Only PFAFF® machine has the original
IDT™ system built right onto the sewing machine!
Fabric feeds evenly
from both the top and
bottom.
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