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05-03-2011 12:39 PM
DanTwoLakes The 1425 costs over $5000 new, and it is a modern machine. How old is the one you have?
05-03-2011 12:23 PM
camberoz about 95% sure its the 1425, i have to look at it again when i get home

thanks for the reply though
05-03-2011 10:08 AM
DanTwoLakes You can use a 1/4" welt foot to sew flat seams, that's what's on my sewing machine 95% of the time. I almost never use a plain presser foot.

Are you sure your model # is Pfaff 1425? The 1425 is a newer expensive machine, and has been discontinued, so parts may be scarce for it. Could it be a 1245?


BTW, a 1246 or a 1426 is a double needle machine, not a single needle machine.
05-03-2011 09:58 AM
walknig foot for a phaff1425/26

all this time i have been using a rather old phaff sewing machine and i only have a welt foot for it. I think is about time that I pony up and get the right tool for the job. is their any place online i can find parts for this

model number is a phaff 1426

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