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Thread: anyone free motion on a phaff?

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    I have a 2044 quilt expressions and what a frustrated day I had at class.
    Teacher and I tried all morn to get my machine set up no luck.
    She let me paratice a little on hers but I was so keyed up not fun.
    I just went to phaff free motin and now they have a fabric mover stitch regulator that would fit my model. Anyone have one of these. You move a frame not your foot control.
    I know If I can get one here it will be very expensive but matbe worth it.
    Does anyone know what the cost it in us?
    Thanks Gale

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    I have a Pfaff Performance 2056 and I free motion with it no problem. What is happening with your Pfaff when you try to free motion?

    The fabric mover/stitch regulator runs around 1200.00 in Canada, the one drawback is you only have a 4 inch area to work on at a time with it. That would frustrate me.

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    Super Member grma33's Avatar
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    i guess I won`t be buying one! Hard to beleive when I only paid 1800.00 brand new for the machine 4 yrs ago!Watched the viedo looked bigger than 4 inch but can`t see it very well.
    I finaly got out the book and figured it out. Forgot to take my book to class!
    Now I know the stich width needs to be at 1 and engaging of the pressure foot in the daring postion.
    Where in ontario are you Shawdow Dancer I`m 30 miles south of Windsor.
    Back to prctice! LOL
    Gale

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    I'm glad you got it figured out. :) Now you just need to relax and have some fun. :)

    I'm west of Thunder Bay, 4 hours from the Manitoba border. Way up in the middle of nowhere! I think they dropped a few people here years ago and that is how the town started!! LOL We moved here and said no more than 2-3 years.... 28 years later I am still here! :)

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