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Index Accessory box Accessory compartment Basting Bobbin Bobbin case Bobbin thread Buttonholing Carrying case Carrying handle Cleaning Electrical connection Electronic bobbin thread monitor Electronic top speed selector Finger-tip stitch buttons Foot control Fuse Light bulb Machinefeed Needle Needle position Oiling Presser bar lifter Reverse sewing Safety rules Sewing feet Sewing mechanism Slot-threading Special sewing feet Spool of thread Stitch length Stitch program chart Straight-stitch needle position Stretch stitches Top cover Thread cutter Thread tensions Trouble shooting Upper threading Utility stitches Utility/stretch stitch combinations Winding Work support

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Some safety rules a) Be careful to avoid finger injuries by the needle when sewing. c) Be sure to use only a 15-watt light bulb in the sewing lamp. parts 111. Please note: When a 13-ampere plug is used a 3-ampere fuse has to be fitted. 113 and 115 are omitted. 100 101 102 103 1 04 1 05 1 06 1 07 1 08 1 09 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 1 20 121 122 123 124 125 1 26 127 128 1 29 Carrying handle Hinged top cover Hand wheel Stop motion knob Master switch Finger-tip stitch buttons Stitch length control Detachable work support with accessory box and compartment Needle plate Sewing foot holder with sewing foot Needle holder with set screw Bobbin thread indicator light “Needle down” button “Sew slow” button Presser bar lifter “Basting stitch” button Presser bar with thread cutter Reverse-feed control Stitch program chart Bobbin winder Base plate Free arm cover. 112 and 115. 112. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. enclosing sewing hook Free arm Threading slots Needle thread tension Bobbin winder thread guide Take-up lever Bobbin winder thread guide (swing-out) Spool holder with unreeling disc Sewing spool holder (swing-up) IMPORTANT Valid for United Kingdom only The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue: Neutral Brown: Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured marking identifying the terminals in your plug. proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. on Model 1067. ) .4 Parts of your sewing machine On Model 1047 parts 111. oil it or change mechanical and accessory parts. b) Make sure you unplug the power cord whenever you have to leave the machine or want to clean it.

swing it out toward the left (P). Then open its lid (R). A stitch program chart is found on the inside of this cover. Opening the hinged top cover Swing cover 101 backwards (N). Then lift the cover off.Removing the carrying case cover To lift off the carrying case cover. and lift it out (Q). as indicated by an arrow. Removing and opening the detachable work support Reach under the detachable work support with your left hand (0). Inside the work support is a removable accessory box with space for additional accessories underneath. J 1 . fold the handle to the rear.

on page 3) Connect the power cord as follows: Push plug N into the machine socket and plug 0 into the wail socket. Then press master switch button 104. 0 Darning foot Standard sewing foot 2 Clear-view foot 3 Hemming foot 4 Blindstitch foot 5 Zipper foot 6 Buttonhole foot Electrical connection and foot control 1067/1069 (see left iii. Your machine is now ready for sewing. the faster the machine runs. P shows how the snap-on sewing feet 0 to 6. There is an addi tional accessory compartment underneath. the needles and the bobbins fit into the box. The more you press down the pedal. As soon as the Model 1069 machine stops. Press down the foot control. Place the foot control under the table. the needle automatically returns to its “up” position. Ill. The machine starts sewing.Accessory box and accessory compartment Open the detachable work support and take out accessory box N. and push plug R into socket S on the machine. 7- P 2 J . Pull the cord out of the foot control (P).

replace the foot control in the machine (N). The cord must not twist as it runs into the control.To replace the cord in the foot control. It will rewind into the foot control automatically. Place the foot control under the table and press down the foot pedal. the release it. at right) Push plug 0 into the machine socket and plug P into the wall socket. Electrical connection and foot control 1047 (see ill. Press master switch button 104.1• I 3 . the faster the machine runs. pull it slightly. N UL CTfl1 ci E I 1 . The more you press down the pedal. Your machine is now ready for sewing. Electronic foot control (R): Position = half the top speed Position (4 = full top speed Before you put the machine away after sewing. The machine starts sewing.

both the needle and the take-up lever must be in their “up” posi tion. Seize the spool holder by lug S and swing it backwards as far as it will go. draw one thread 4 . For two-needle sewing. Push the spool of thread onto the spool pin and place unreeling disc Q in front of the spool. N Small spools of thread: use small or medium unreeling disc. Pull the thread from the spool and draw it into slot N (to the left of guide 0). It is used for bobbin winding and twoneedle sewing. Raise the sewing foot. Upper threading For threading. o Large spools of thread: use large unreeling disc. Then draw it back into slot P and into the right thread guide Q on the needle holder.Placing spool of thread on pin Load thread reel with diagonal cut for end of thread facing to right. from below into slot P and take-up lever 126. Push the spool of thread onto the spool pin and place unreeling disc R in front of the spool. P Second spool holder: use small spools of thread and small unreeling discs only.

One of the threads is then pulled into the right thread guide. Disengaging the sewing mechanism Hold the hand wheel steady and turn the stop motion knob towards you.into the slot to the left of guide 0 and the other to the right of the guide. This disen gages the sewing mechanism. Threading the needle Thread the needle from front to back. 5 . the other into the left thread guide on the needle holder. To re-engage the sewing mechanism turn the stop motion knob away from you.

Push the bobbin winder toward the right. Push a small spool of thread and a small unreeling disc on it. Place a bobbin on spindle 119 and turn it so that pin P enters slot Q (Fig. Winding through the needle eye (0) Raise the sewing foot. Push the full bobbin toward the left and take it out. The needle must be in its ‘up’ position. draw it through guide 125 and then into guide 127. making sure the thread is positioned between the guid e and tension spring R. 0). Pull the thread from the spool.Winding the bobbin from a second spool (N) Disengage the sewing mechanism (see page 5). as shown in the illustration. Place a bobbin on spindle 119 6 . Important: On Model 1067 the bobbin winder must be disengaged for sewing. On Model 1069. press down the foot control pedal and wind the bobbin. you can wind the bobb in during sewing. Re engage the sewing mechanism. The bobbin winder stops auto ma tically when the bobbin is full. Disengage the sewing mechanism. Load thread reel with diagonal cut for end of thread facing to right. Swing the second spool holder toward the back. From there pull the thread to the bobbin winder and wind it around the bobbin a few times. cutting the thread in thread cutter S.

Open free arm cover 121. press Push the wind the down the foot control pedal and in winder stops automa bobbin. and under the 7 . Pull out latch in case. wind it around the bobbin a few bobbin toward the right. Then draw the thread into spring into eye P. The bobb the tically when the bobbin is full. The bobb keep latch cannot fall out as long as you N pulled out. up and into guide 127. Push out. engage Removing bobbin case and bobbin N. and take it 4full bobbin toward the left Re r cutting the thread in thread cutte S. Inserting the bobbin in Insert the filled bobbin into the bobb the so that the thread unreels toward case slot 0 back (N). the sewing mechanism. 3nd turn it so that pin P enters d under the sewing )raw the needle threa there foot. From in winder and pull the thread to the bobb times.slot Q. release the then lift out the bobb in latch and take out the bobbin.

8 . Cutout N w Stud 0 and la ards. It must always during sewing. Press th pedal and agai e button. tch P must be Close the free flush. the bobbin drawn up by operating the thread can be basting stitch button. Release the latch. Pull the again and the out of the ne bobbin thread ed threads towar le hole and lay both d the sewing fo the left and back under ot On model 1069 . ar be kept closed m cover. Drawing up th Hold the need e bobbin thread le thread a lit hand wheel tle taut.Inserting the bobbin case Pull up latch P and push th e bobbin case onto stud 0 as must point up far as it will go. depress the n press the bu tton. Turn 102 toward yo u until the needle moves down and up take-up lever is up.

turn the hand wheel toward you to raise the needle and the take-up lever. Q = The sewing foot is lowered for sewing. Draw the threads into the cutter slot and pull them downwards to cut them. 9 . (Before you remove the work. Pull the work out of the machine toward the back. Lower the presser bar lifter and at the same tane push it back slight ly until it enters notch R at the bot tom of its slot. P = Darning position for darning foot only.Presser bar lifter Lever 114 has four positions: N = The sewing foot is raised. Raise the sewing foot.) o = The sewing foot is raised further for inserting extra-thick materials. Thread cutter The thread cutter is an oblique slot located at the back of the presser bar.

R = Lower tension too loose or upper tension too tight.Upper tension (124> N = Setting mark. It mu st not slide down by its own weight. The normal tens ion setting is in the white range betw een 3 and 5. Q = Upper tension too loose or low er tension too tight. or right for a tighter tension. the tighter the tension. but should gradually move downwards whe n you jerk your hand upwards lightly. Turn it left for a looser tension. only the upper thread tens ion should be adjusted. The correct lower tension Let the bobbin case with a full bobbin hang down freely by the thread. Once the lower tension has been set correctly. The higher the number. Lower tension 0 = Regulating screw. 4 ) H °UIIi 10 . P = Both tensions are correct.

As long as you keep this button depressed. rhe stitch length range is 0 to 6 mm. 11 I0 . Reverse sewing Press button 117.Regulating the stitch length the numbers on stitch length control 106 indicate the stitch length in millimeters. the machine sews backwards. Turn the control so that the number indicating e stitch length desired is opposite mark 0 shows how to set the stitch length trol for sewing stretch stitches (red th symbols on push buttons).

C: Buttons for buttonholing Button B is also used as clearing button for releasing the pushed buttons and for setting the left stitch length (see page 14). B. D Elastic triple zigzag stitch. 3.5 mm 3. This chart is also reproduced on pages 26 to 29 of this booklet and shows all stitches and stitch combinations together with their possible applications. I 12 .5-mm zigzag stitch F Elastic triple zigzag stitch. 5. 2 mm 2-mm zigzag stitch E Elastic triple zigzag stitch.Finger-tip controls A.0 mm 5-mm zigzag stitch G Elastic triple straight stitch Straight stitch H Pullover stitch Blindstitch Closed overlock stitch Joining stitch K Overlock stitch Shell-edge stitch L Feather stitch Elastic decorative stitch M Honeycomb stitch Elastic stitch A stitch program chart is found on the inside of the hinged top cover.

DD CT) D CD DQ -4. CC) Ct. -o-- 3 — - 3 . DC). 1 g 0 CDCT) 0 .C. -4. < . D (I) C) — C’. ‘D Q)C)_ CD L4) D (C) CT) 0 (4) . - a. 8 — ci. a1ji.

Selecting the needle position for straight stitching Left needle position: push button B Central needle position: push button G Right needle position: push buttons H and I. For example. select a stitch length between 1 and 4. 4 L 4 14 CD ri H Il> .and stretch-stitch combinations The various stitch combinations are shown in the chart on the inside of the hinged top cover and at the end of this booklet. push buttons M and F.Utility. together with sewing instructions. if you want to sew an elastic blindstitch.

Push the dro )pen free The feed dog is feed control toward N. distance of Twin needles with a needle li be used for zigzag and uti 1. push the drop-feed rd 0. Then tighten push it up as screw N. bast dropped for embroidering. loosen screw rt a new Sys needle out downwards. making adjustm Changing the needle hold the Raise the needle bar. Inse th the flat side tem 130/705 H needle (wi back) and of its shank facing toward the far as it will go. 15 . darning. er again ys close the free arm cov ent. Then N and pull the needle. etc.d propping the machine fee parm cover 121.4 mm may ty-stitch sewing. control sewing.

Important On Model 1067 the bobbin winder must always be disengaged for sewing. 4 16 . Operating controls of electronic system of Model 1069 “needle down” button with indicator light N “sew slow” button with indicator light 0 “basting stitch” button with indicator light P Operating controls of electronic system of Model 1067 “sew slow” button with indicator light 0.

the machine speed needle The full piercing power of the speed. remains the same at any nitor Electronic bobbin thread mo (1069) thread The red signal lamp of bobbin to flash when the bob monitor Ill starts goes bin thread is running out.4 Basting (1069) ton. off and again. Repeat this operation for basting stitch. the indicator light goes the button s and is off. then holding the fabri and release it press down the foot pedal each again. the needle moves upward position whenever retained in its “up” the machine stops. indica press the “needle down” button and the needle tor light N lights up sewing remains down in the fabric (for c) whenever corners and turning the fabri press sewing is interrupted. At the same time ind When you press this button 0 lights up. must be Important: Free arm cover 121 kept closed. ) 17 . When you again. Move machine sews one stitc until the fabric under the sewing foot d. (importan wn” Needle positions “up” and “do 9) (106 ys After sewing the needle is alwa its “up” position. during sew The button can be pressed ing. the By pressing the “sew slow” e can be top speed of your machin icator light halved. Push the dropcator lamp . pedal the you press and release the foot the h. bobbin The Pfaff 1069 has a special t when re-ordering>. th of stitch required is obtaine leng c in this position. Place the on the darning foot (pa Each time fabric under the sewing foot. The Press the basting stitch but lamp P lights up. The lamp is inserted and out when a full bobbin sewing continues. the indicator light goes can be varied at will. The P goes out. n Electronic top speed selectio (1067 and 1069) button. Close free feed control to the left again arm cover 121. When you retained at . Drop green indicator and screw the machine feed (page 15> ge 20). ting move When you have finished bas and press bast your foot from the pedal green indi ing stitch button again.

ching an edge screw Q are used for atta Screw S ning foot. Place the make sure stud 0 enters ing foot holder sew sewing foot under the r left hand. When atta slot P. 18 . guide and the dar ing foot holder serves to secure the sew on the presser bar.foot Changing the sewing t push the red To release the sewing foo sewing foot ching a button N. hold it in place with you and and at the Lower presser bar lifter 114 ing foot so n the sew same time repositio Hole R and that stud 0 fits in slot P.

Sowing feet o Darning foot 1 Standard sewing foot 2 Clear-view foot 3 Hemmer foot 4 5 6 7 Blindstitch foot Zipper foot Buttonhole foot Edge guide 4 0 93-035 960-9 1 y 98-694 563-00 4 98-694 40 7-00 5 98-694 404-00 0l 98-11-0O 2 98-694414-00 3 -00 7 98-802 422-00 ] 19 .

arrow E moves along scale F. then push its front pin into groove T. Attach the buttonhole foot. Blindstitch guide R is adjusted by turning screw 0. Buttonhole settings Regulate the stitch density in the button hole range of the stitch length control (Q). Insert the pin of the foot in hole U and attach the foot so that it rests against its stop. Raise the needle bar.Special sewing feet N Blindstitch foot. pull it taut and clamp it in front lug D. Tighten screw V. 0 Zipper foot. Insert the filler cord as follows (C): Place it over the rear lug of the foot. P Darning foot. Press button C (N). Use a thin thread for sewing buttonholes. As you sew. Release bracket W so that it bears against screw X. Set the upper tension at 3 in the buttonhole range. The zipper foot can be adjusted sideways for stitching along the right or left zipper chain. First insert its rear pin into groove S. 20 . Push bracket W toward the back and hold it there. This serves to determine the buttonhole length.

5 Sew a few tying stitches. Then release the button. 6 Cut the buttonhole open. 4 Push button B and keep it depressed until the machine has sewn 4 to 6 bartacking stitches. Raise the needle (on Model 1067). 3 Push button A. 1 Sew first buttonhole seam. Raise the needle (on Model 1067). 4 3 21 . Sew the second but tonhole seam the same length as the first. Raise the needle (on Model 1067> 2 Push button B and keep it depressed until the machine has sewn 4 to 6 bar tacking stitches. Remove the fabric. Raise the needle (on Model 1067). pull the filler cord taut and trim. Then release the button.Sewing buttonholes Pull the bottom of the buttonhole foot for ward as far as it will go.

as shown in the illustration below. 22 . Cleaning and oiling Tilt needle plate 108 up at the back (N> and take it out (0). All you have to do is put a drop of oil in the hook raceway now and then. Insert the new bulb so that its pins slide in slots P. The light bulb can now be exchanged. Let the lamp housing resume its original position and pull out the edge guide. Push the lamp housing down with the edge guide and hold it there. Push the light bulb up. Clean the bobbin thread monitor of Model 1069 as instructed on page 25. Clean the machine feed and the parts in the vicinity of the sewing hook with a soft brush. Push it up and turn it toward 0. turn it toward N and take it out.Changing the light bulb Switch off the machine and pull out the power cord plug. Close the hinged top cover and swing up the carrying handle. Do not oil the machine because it requires no maintenance. Take the edge guide out of the accessory box and insert it into the slot between face cover and housing and into cutout Q in the machine.

Changing the fuse Pull out the power cord plug. release it and take it with a out. Turn fuse turn holder N counter-clockwise a quarter a screwdriver. pushing it in with. Pull fuse 0 out of holder N. FF2A fuses can be obtained from your local Pfaff dealer. Some safety rules a) Be careful to avoid finger injuries by the needle when sewing. the screwdriver and turning it clockwise a quarter turn. Insert holder and replace the new fuse in the holder. c) Be sure to use only a 15-watt light bulb in the sewing lamp. 4 N 23 . b) Make sure you unplug the power cord whenever you have to leave the machine or want to clean it. oil it or change mechanical and accessory parts.

1 above. Insert new needle. Machine skips stitches Needle not inserted correctly. and Select needle according to Needle ead Chart. Regulate thread tensions. nk side facing toward the back. plate Needle bent and strikes needle pushed or pulled. knotty or har Bobbin thread wound unevenly. Needle breaks it Needle not pushed up as far as will go. Machine threaded improperly Needle too thin for thread used. because work is . e. . it in Check upper and lower tensions. Needle bent or blunt. Poor-quality or knotty thread use that has become too dry or thread by excessive storage. but bobbin tension stud. Needle thread breaks For any of the above reasons. push When inserting the bobbin case. materia Remedy: its Push needle up as far as it will go. Use first-class thread only. ck Thread machine properly and che both tensions. Let machine feed the work alon Only guide the material lightly. d During bobbin winding. Check threading. d. of Kinks appear on top and bottom l. as for as it will go. Needle too thin or too thick. ) 24 . Thread tension too strong. 3. Wrong needle used. d. See Needle and Thread Chart. flat sha Insert system 130/705 H needle. 2. Insert new needle. Seam is not uniform Tension out of adjustment. Used only good-quality thread. Thr See par. do not hol pass it through the thread in hand.4 Trouble shooting Cause: 1. Thread too thick. Needle bent. as far Insert new needle and push it up as it will go. Bobbin case improperly inserted 4.

but the machine sewing lamp lights 10. it is at en The bobbin winder is engage it). Fundamental rul fabric under the sewing s there is a piece of eaded machine unles even for a short while. be sure to switch Never run a thr are around. foot. . Thread ends in hook oil into hook raceway 1069) not work (on Model thread monitor does 7. indicator lamp goes ou is not running up. ve the machine. the el 1069) one stitch (on Mod machine sews only foot control and 9. behind the hook ht behind the tor lamp to the rig indica hook. Th off the master switc 25 . If you have to lea is is particularly important when children h. power and edle has no piercing sews slowly. Fu es 11. Electronic bobbin and dirt. right. in the hook racew on the second lam and case. s of feed dog.Remedy: Cause: egularly or not at all and clean out lint. the ne Model 1067) 8. The machine only m is not working (on left (to dis the electronic syste Push the winder to the gaged. Special Remove thread ends nd d in taken in the area rou and dirt have collecte Thread ends care should be the indicator p. Machine runs wi Remove thread ends raceway. row Flick drop-feed contr ol pped. Machine feeds irr Remove needle plate een tooth betw Lint has accumulated ol to the left. se is faulty. 5. The Insert new fuse. The Take the foot from the stitch button.) th difficulty and put a drop of 6. (Drop-feed contr Feed dog dro is at right. in the bobbin the second indicator lam p. The machine is press the basting t. er the free arm cover ov ay. the set for basting.

An ornamental seam. 02 Zigzag stitch 03 Buttonholes Elastic triple straight stitch Elastic triple zigzag stitch Elastic stitch Elastic ornamental stitch Crown stitch 04 05 06 07 08 09 Elastic blindstitch 10 26 Scallop stitch . satin stitching. on night gow ns.... the buttons to be press ed to sew this seam pattern. 01 Stitch Straight stitch Application All ordinary sewing operations and 6-mm fancy stitching operations..- . II II lIE C 04 ill iii 05 Ill iii 06 . Just push the buttons and the buttonhol e is finished. turn the stitch length control toward “stretch” as far as it 03 —1 E II E II II A 01 EDcDc3 — - I I I 02 I I I I / “ / \ \ . Seams exposed to great stress whic h stretch under stress. For decorating handkerchiefs. = ‘—. lace.Stitch program chart Listed in this chart are the stitch program number.—. Edge finishing. /o.-— —. for insta nce. Inserting patches and darning rips on elastic fabrics. appliqué work. the corresponding stitch and. Flat.— — “•— ——.— — —. Inserting patches and darning rips on elastic materials or sewing ornamental seams on elast ic fabrics. For all stitc h programs marked “stretch”._ II III “ . in the lower half. The stitch density can be regulated.. button darning etc. —-. - ThI b E B GDM -‘ -. as well as sewing and mending corsetry. elastic reinforcing seams.g. . inserting sewing. e. — E — C) C) —0 D D Fzr P. Hemming elastic fabrics with invisible stitches. embroidering.

Effective edge finish 17 18 19 20 .g 12 joint stitch Florentine stitch. seam on plain fabrics. For all other l desired. e. Ornamental seams. Ornamental seams. wide .‘ 15 j\ i/ 16 -— 17 18 •__I 19 ‘m ( —‘ •____.. The individua stitch length as plication are ir ap stitch programs and the 07 > I K > I t tail in the table described in more de below. on napkins. on table cloths. or covenng seams on joining seam. . 20 08 / 09 / — 10 ‘. \ - / --- —I \ -- /\/ \/\ /\/ \/\ 4/ . narrow Viennese stitch. For decorating hems .. Classical ornamental on dainty fabrics. on table linen.g. on bed linen. seam on all plain fab Classical ornamental .programs. Ornamental seams. on bed linen. Ornamental seams.-. A durable ornamental .g e. wide Lampshade stitch.g. wide Viennese stitch. e. e.. wide 15 Houridstooth stitch Lampshade stitch. e. select the wilt go.g 16 rics.4/ —v \l\ -\\ l1\ fl/ U\ fl/ — r I -- M r --IC) C) D.. 11 /\/ \/\ 12 /1/ /1/ \I\ /1/ \\ 13 -I/ •—\ 14 -. iiTk D F G E F G C) C) C) N Stitch 11 Honeycomb stitch Application eads Sewing on elastic thr terry cloth. narrow __________ i___ 13 14 Florentine stitch. narrow Shell-edge stitch.

Topstitching patches. wide Pennant stitch Closed overlock stitch.J I/I .4’ \/\ 31 32 ___i I 33 1 .g.g. Finishing edges that do not fray sses. 23 L.. Decorative joining seam and sew Sewing on dainty lace.. D 1 K 0 I__—I I”.1 S. on ladies’ A dainty ornamental seam.4’ \/\ .J ‘J I N. on tabl Dainty border ornamentation.J 28129 \\\ l-.. e.g...%-J .g. 34 . 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Stitch Elastic edge stitch Shell-edge stitch narrow Closed overlock stitch.— 22 r I.J \\\H HI e4• I’ SA 30 .. wide Peacock stitch Overlock stitch.—9 24 . . _Ii’ -- \11 c C — I •—4 — <DMR. C) D /o. It — C) -‘ -I K W Th D C) E D C) C) C) C) :3 D :. on girls’ dre Covering folded fabric edges with a fancy seam. Ornamental seam.. seams on knitted fab e linen. narrow Knurl stitch Blindstitch. g. e.i S. e... Hemming heavier fabrics with with invisible Hemming lighgtweight fabrics stitches. -‘ Ii — -x . ing on borders. handkerch dren’s napkins.l 261 27 \. %J I .-l Ii h L L.%j i 25 l’. on chil \\ -I 28 .cç ‘ S. iefs. narrow Peak stitch Mound stitch Application much.—1 ‘ I NI \... /— — j/J /-I .* ‘ I/I -s C) /—i . Ornamental seam on light clothin invisible stitches. narrow Turkish stitch Overlock stitch. wide Olindstitch..21 <<. Festive ornamental seam. shing Elastic assembly and edge fini rics. e. Ornamental seams.l -.

-+ D<D — Zr -‘ i -‘ -- —- L’-÷ -‘ Xi A Mi Xi A III . Ornamental seam.35 < 36 r . Classical ornamental seam on plain fabrics. e. Ornamental seam. on table linen.u + -. e.-‘ii ‘-. e. for airy ladies’ dresses. — Application Ornamental seams.g. for border ornamentations on pockets.J . e. 43 N H N -..-ii -ii —fl ‘-Ji .i‘‘ .. Ornamental seam. for country-look dresses.-11 -. 29 . e. Elastic edge finishing seams on jersey -‘ 39 /11 /11 \ii /11 \iI 40 M 11 41 /\\ \ 42 Al —. 38 . for hiking wear.g.g. for plain-look.. D Zr C) C) z- C) ZrKZrIZrKTKg C) C) C) Stitch Viennese stitch.g.s< L — 44 Xi Xi 45 )<i 46 47 48 C) Zr C) Zr C) . $ .g. Ornamental seam. for bath room utensils.g. on aprons. narrow Pullover stitch.g. for children’s night dresses.n \n r. e.i Xi .. Ornamental seam.i 37 —Ii ‘-. Ornamental seam. Ornamental seam. e. -t -‘ Zr C) C) F. narrow 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 Feather stitch Dutch stitch Snail stitch Loom stitch Diagonal stitch Trellis stitch Twig stitch Border stitch Triangular stitch . Elastic edge finishing seams on lightweight jersey crepe. e. medium Pullover stitch. e. on kitchen textiles. Elastic edge finishing seams on polo shirt farbrics. e. narrow Lampshade stitch. modern dresses. ‘-I F I DcT) SA wr -.g.g. Ml i i.. wide 38 Pullover stitch. Ornamental seam. Decorative cover seams.g.iI . — M -..-.

2 mm nfoot 98-694 804-00 98-694 801-00 PFAFF-HANDELSGESELLSCHAFT für Haushaltnähmaschinen m.) Fringe sewing foot Straight-stitch foot Part.) . They can obtained from your dealer. 7500 Karlsruhe 41 West Germany Printed in West Germany Subject to alterations in design.5 mm needle gauge) Cording foot. 5 grooves (twin needle with 1.5 mm Shirring foot Single-needle cording foot Eyeletting plate 93-035 998-91 93-035 91 5-91 93-035 946-45 For shirring valances For single-needle cording For eyeletting For finsishing raw edges or for joining elastic fabrics and simultaneonsly overcasting their edges For hemming edges with zigzag stitches For sewing plastic materials Overlock foot 98-620 404-00 Hemmer foot (rolled edge). 7 grooves (twin needle with 1. 22607 engl.5 mm For felled seams — Felling foot. Nr. for fine cording needle size 70) For sewing fringes and for basting For topstitching and OOj 803 sewing very delicate and soft fabrics (silk jersey. 93-035 920-91 Sewing Operation For appliqué work 93-035 950-91 93-035 953-91 93-035 952-45 93-035 943-91 98-694 For cording work (Needle size 80.Special accessories be The special accessories listed below are intended for special sewing jobs. 1182 WI.8-2. etc.8 mm needle gauge) Cording blade (2 ea. . No. Felling foot.b}1.4-1. essory 4 Appliqué foot Cording set consisting of: Cording foot. 6. 4.