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Thread: Pfaff Crearive 1475 CD

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    Feb 2011
    Friendswood, TX
    My dear friend's mother is in a nursing home and unable to sew anymore. They need to sell her sewing machine to have some spending money for her. I know nothing about this sewing machine. It comes with all the attachments, several manuals, a hobbyolck 774 and a awesom sewing cabinet that holds it all. Do you think asking 900 for all would be too much. I need to go over and sew on the machine to make sure its ok, my friends says she took very good care of it. I just want to ask a fair price and help her out. If anyone out there has any input I would love to hear it. Thanks, Ana

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    Member mberhard's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Central Valley ,California
    I have a 1475 cd. I love,love,love my machine. I wish I had a second one for back up. I dread taking it in for service. It was easier to leave my children on the first day of kindergarten than to part with my machine. I've been working it like a dog for apx 20 years. Last time I checked a used one on line was about $600.00 and included none of the extras you mentioned. It has a built in walking foot which I only disengage if required by the foot.Even though money is really tight I would try to scrape it together if it were my opportunity. Good Luck.

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    Super Member featherweight's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Westminster, Co
    Sounds like a fair price to me. I wouldn't hesitate especially if it would help her dear mother.

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    Senior Member Ginaky's Avatar
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    Oct 2009
    Richmond, KY
    It is one of the best older machines you can buy and most people who have one won't trade them in when they buy a new one. I have the 1473, which was the top of the line before the 1475 came out. I wouldn't part with it for anything, and I just bought a new Pfaff QE 4.0.

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    Super Member wesing's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    East TN
    I paid either $300 or $400 for my 1475CD 2.5 years ago. It was originally purchased from the shop where I got it and was traded in on a newer machine. All the service had been done at this shop and the previous owner was a regular customer. It came with all the original attachments, including the manual and dust cover.

    I love this machine, but I'm not an experienced sewer. My wife has a 2038 that we purchased new, but I prefer my machine.

    Hope this helps.


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    Apr 2011
    I unfortunately had to leave my 1473 behind in the UK but thankfully my daughter is now the proud owner and using it and loving it!! I wouldn't have changed it for anything, it has sewn everything from wedding dresses to ballet tutu's without any problems whatsoever.

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