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Thread: Anyone own a Pfaff Tiptronic 6270 Sewing Machine

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    TEXASQUILTS's Avatar
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    Please tell me what you think of this machine. A friend has one for sell
    and she is not sure of the age and oringal price. I would like to know if
    this machine can hold up to lots of sewing.

    Texasquilts

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    I don't own one but if you google it there seems to be quite a few mentions in sewing forums and whatnot.

    http://www1.epinions.com/hmgd-Sewing...Tiptronic_6270

    Discussion about price here:
    http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/load...240418848.html

    Let us know if you decide to get it!

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    I have the tiptronic 2042 and love it. I sew a lot! 3 or 4 queen size quilts a year plus a lot of garment sewing.

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    i would get the serial number from the machine and call the company. i would at least want to know how old it is. then ask a repair man for his opinion. can you get parts? does it have a manual?

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    I have had the 1151 Tipmatic for years and years and years and it is wonderful. Only thing it doesn't have is the needle up/down feature but it came automatically with the walking foot attached. It is a real "workhorse".....Judy

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    I have owned a Tiptronic 6270 since 1998. I have made a huge number of quilts on it. It is my back up machine now but I second the phrase "workhorse". It has been a truly wonderful machine.
    Eileen Wright
    Author, "Twist and Turn Bargello Quilts"

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