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USb Drives for Pfaff & other Embroidery Machines 1 Reply

I just shared this information with the Husqvarna Viking group so thought I better share it with my Pfaff friends too.  I own a Husqvarna Viking Topaz 30 and recently purchased a Pfaff Creative…Continue

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Started by Rodney Wartzok. Last reply by JenniKyle Mar 10, 2015.

PFAFF® ambition essential™


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Started by Susan Sep 10, 2012.

PFAFF® creative sensation™ sewing and embroidery machine

 The potential of the sewing machine is demonstrated by the perfection of your creations. No matter which fabric you sew, refined details guarantee that the results look as professional as the best…Continue

Tags: embroidery, machine, and, sewing, creative

Started by Susan Aug 21, 2012.

Embroidery Software for Pfaff 16 Replies

Do any of you use embroidery software on your Pfaff machine OTHER THAN Pfaff's 3D or 4D software? I bought the high end Pfaff serger then several months later bought my 2170 Pfaff Sewing machine. The…Continue

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Started by Jodie Hickman. Last reply by Lana Walters Apr 29, 2012.

New PFAFF® ambitionTM Line Brings Precision Sewing Within Affordable Reach

  PFAFF® Introduces the ambitionTM Line to Help Aspiring Sewing Enthusiasts Achieve Professional…Continue

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Started by Susan Jun 6, 2011.

PFAFF® expression™ line sewing machines

Realize your potential and experience a new dimension of sewing!Are you searching for new inspiration, the highest level of sewing ease, and modern technology? You will find all of this and more in…Continue

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Started by Susan Apr 30, 2010.

Pfaff Sewing Machines 4 Replies


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Started by Susan. Last reply by Melinda Sarpal Apr 27, 2010.

Pfaff with Windows Parallels for Mac 1 Reply

Does any one know if I can use a Mac laptop with Parallels to use embroideries from laptop to machine 2170?

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Started by Jodie Hickman. Last reply by Melinda Sarpal Apr 27, 2010.

Redefining Creative! 4 Replies


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Started by Susan. Last reply by Patricia W. Tingley Dec 16, 2009.

PFAFF Sewing 7254A - Promo Video


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Started by Susan Aug 19, 2009.

Pfaff is Precise! 1 Reply


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Started by Susan. Last reply by donna Jun 6, 2009.



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Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

What's a Pfaff?


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Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

Create Home Dec on a Pfaff


Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

Love to Quilt with my Pfaff


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Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

PFAFF Fans Speak!


Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

Pfaff Fashion Show

There are some amazing things that some Pfaff teachers have created with their machines. Continue

Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

PFAFF performance 2056


Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

Pfaff Embroidery Machine is Spacious

Pfaff is introducing a new top of the line sewing and embroidery machine. Features are being leaked out and today they talk all about how large it will be. That means big embroidery and big quilts! Continue

Tags: Embroidery, Pfaff

Started by Susan May 16, 2009.

Comment Wall

Comment by Kathy R on May 15, 2009 at 9:36pm

My name is Kathy and I own a Pfaff 2170. I don't get enough time with her as I'd like, but love sewing and embroidering with her. This machine replaced my 1471 which died after many years of sewing. I thought my 1471 would outlive me!

Kathy R
Comment by sewable on May 15, 2009 at 9:58pm
Hi from Adelaide, Australia. I'm a Pfaff tragic and have my dear old 1222E (a hard act to follow), 7570, and 2048, plus a Hobbylock 783 overlocker (serger). I purchased the 2048 to use with the fabric mover as it wouldn't work with my 7570. Didn't get on with it at all, but the dealer would only allow me to return the fabric mover on condition I kept the machine! Sooooo, if anyone in Adelaide (or Australia) wants a hardly used 2048 let me know! I also embroider with a Brother 3000, as I find it more user friendly than the 7570. Not enough time to any of my lovely machines justice.
Comment by Kathy R on May 17, 2009 at 11:10am
Hi Adelaide,

I was sorry to read about your experience concerning the 2048 and your dealer. I've been extraordinarly blessed with the dealer I purchased my 2170 from. I give him all the business I can and continually refer people to him.
I hope you are able to sell it and recoup some of your money. Do you have an online source where you can list it for free or a nominal fee? We have craigs list here in US.

all my best,
Comment by dabble on May 19, 2009 at 2:47pm
I am a new dealer with Pfaff. I have the new models in stock. If you have any suggestions for me as a Pfaff dealer I would love to hear them.
Comment by Margaret "Marty" Cobb on May 30, 2009 at 5:43pm
I have a variety of sewing machines & use them all. My primary machines are my Pfaff 7570, 1381, & my 4874 serger. I use these on a daily basis most of the time. My class machine is a Babylock X-scape which is computerized & only weighs 12 pounds. All of my Pfaffs weigh close to 30 pounds. I fell in love with my 7570 back in 1998 & got it in 2002 after saving 5 years for it. It is one of the most wonderful sewing machines ever made.
Comment by Margaret Parks on May 30, 2009 at 7:39pm
I have a Pfaff 2040 model. I really love it but would love a newer model with the wider space for machine quilting or better still a fabric mover. I tried it, but it doesn't work with my older 2040 model. I was very disappointed when I bought it that the dealer didn't have 1 on 1 lessons. I am still learning how to use different feet and features. I do love Pfaff though.
Comment by sewable on June 1, 2009 at 12:23am
Hi Kathy R, the more I use my 2048 the more I like it, but I would rather be using the 7570, which is sitting neglected. I should get either of them listed on ebay, as they are too good not to be owned and put to good use. Agree with Marty, the 7570 is a fantastic machine.
Comment by shirley biedenbach on December 9, 2009 at 6:11pm
i have a 7570 but did not get the communications equiptment with it--does anyone have an idea where i can go.
Comment by Priscilla King on November 21, 2010 at 6:38am
The only suggestion I would have is to look online at the Pfaff website to see if you can download the user's manual. I hope you can fine it! :)
Comment by Patricia W. Tingley on January 27, 2011 at 2:29pm

How's anyone doing with their 7570 & 7550 Pfaff Sewing Machines.

I have found that mine work beautifully with Vista Home Premium 32 bits.

I'm wondering if the old PCD/WIN will work with Windows 7.


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