Finally got my Pfaff!!

Old 06-04-2015, 07:24 AM
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Default Finally got my Pfaff!!

I finally was able to go pick up my DMILs Pfaff 130. Mom passed away in 2014 at age 102. She sewed on this machine until her eyesight went at age 100. It has all the original documents and accessories. It took me a while to figure it out... I'm pretty much a Singer kind of girl, but it really works well.

Also, it's nice to have another machine in a cabinet besides my treadle.
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Old 06-04-2015, 07:30 AM
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Oh you are so lucky to have such a wonderful gift from your mother I love Pfaff s I have 5 and love them
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Lucky you - great machine and you know that it has been very well taken care of.
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Congrats! that is a great machine and super great because it's "family". DH has one like that, with the decorative stitch add on (called the Coffee grinder). Love that access door - otherwise dealing with the bobbin is difficult!

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That is completely awesome! I love it when machines get to stay in the family. It's a beautiful machine, too.

Congratulations!!
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That is a real beauty. Thanks for showing it.
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Lucky you, the machine is beautiful!
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Oh, you lucky duck! What a pleasure to have that wonderful family machine!
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Beautiful desk that it's in. Great grain matching on the wood and nice hardware too.
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What a gift! Looks like she took excellent care. Shows pride of ownership. Love how that cabinet shines! ANd the machine.
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