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Thread: new to me Pfaff

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    new to me Pfaff

    I finally found something in my budget that I really want, so she's mine. Hahahaha, mine all mine!
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    Yay! Have fun with your new toy

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    Can't tell from the picture but if it is a 1471 model - I have the same machine and I love it.
    Women are Angels. And when someone breaks our wings......... we simply continue to fly ........ on a broomstick.
    We are flexible like that. OKAY?

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    I used to have a 1473 which I, too, loved, but then when I got a 7570, I gave my 1473 to a dear friend and she now loves it. She has had it for 5 or 6 years now, and does still love it. It's a good machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bailey View Post
    Can't tell from the picture but if it is a 1471 model - I have the same machine and I love it.
    Yep, very good condition with all the feet etc.

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    My Pfaff Expression 2.0 turned 1 year old this month and it's the best investment I've made. After having a Singer for the last 10 years, which I loved, but the feed dogs didn't drop and the Pfaff has a lot of other nice quilting features. The Singer was more of a "sewing" machine. Good luck with your Pfaff. I'm sure you'll love it. Can't wait to see your first project.

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    Beautiful machine, enjoy!!!!

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    haha, already broke her in on a doll quilt! hehe!
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    She is gorgeous! I love my Pfaff, there's nothing like the dual feed for piecing quilts. ENJOY!

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    Oh my, that looks like fun. Enjoy!

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