When you hear the words Pfaff sewing machines, the phrase "Superior German Engineering" immediately comes to mind. For 150 years, the Pfaff name has been synonymous with excellence in sewing.
The company started out manufacturing sewing machines for industrial use only. All that changed when the first Pfaff for home use was introduced in 1931.
The new generation of Pfaff sewing machines and sergers for the home, is no exception.
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What Sets Pfaff Apart from the Rest
Of all the innovations introduced by Pfaff, perhaps the most enduring is the Integrated Dual Transportation [IDT]
which eliminates the need for a walking foot by simultaneously feeding fabric through the feed dogs from both the top and bottom.
Since the IDT was added to select Pfaff home sewing machines in 1979, home sewers have been able to sew extremely thick layers of fabric with confidence, knowing that everything would go through the feed dogs evenly.
Popular Pfaff Models
Since the 1980s, the Pfaff Creative line has been one of the most popular sewing and embroidery lines on the market. So far, we have been lucky enough to be able to review an earlier model, the Creative 2144.
Plans are underway to review the latest entry in the Pfaff Creative line – the Creative Vision 5.5 in the very near future.
Be sure to visit this site often to find out what other new machines we are reviewing.Pros
- Software updates available for registered owners
- Innovation trendsetter
- Pricey – cost may be out of reach of some consumers