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    PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 Compact Sewing Machine

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    PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 Compact Sewing Machine

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    Extend your workspace! The PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 Extension Table offers excellent support when sewing quilts or other large projects. It comes with a handy soft cover that can be easily attached to the hard cover of your passport™ 2.0 sewing machine.

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    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      If you already know how to sew and have been using a sewing machine I don't see how you would have any problem. If the dealer sat you down and showed you how to use the machine, then you should just go for it - and go back to her with questions as you have them. Before long you'll be the one who can teach the classes!!

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      jo anne, if you have not looked at these two sites, I think you'd find them interesting. There are lots of free tutorials and patterns/instructions allfreesewing.com and http://so-sew-easy.com/

    • jo anne
      jo anne

      I know nothing about sewing But I came across a new problem. How do I find out what the digital read outs mean? I have looked on the Pfaff site & "nothing". The book mentions the ones for problems. Mine says OA when I press the button. Shouldn't there be a list if you get several read outs? Thank you so much. So far I have managed to sew different stitches at various speeds and gave up on the automatic threader for a while. And thank you for those web sites too. Jo anne

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      I think you are talking about the info display- displaying 0A to tell you to use the zero-A foot for the selected stitch-if you don't know what the digital read out is for, then I suspect you did not have a machine walk-through with your dealer-I recommend you go back and insist on having that. The Pfaff dealers are expected to provide that to all purchasers of new machines. Some do it in group classes-some individually. get a good demo of all machine features or you will be very frustrated

    • jo anne
      jo anne

      Jane, I lost the letter I was writing you. Thank you so much for your help. I DO need a tutorial. She offered & now I will take her up on it. I have also copied those sites you sent me. They look great! JoAnne

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    The journey starts now! Imagine a sewing machine compact enough to whisk away to a sewing class or fit in your book shelf. Now, imagine this same machine is chock-full of features designed to meet the high demands of the PFAFF® sewer. The PFAFF® passport ™ 2.0 sewing machine is specially designed for small spaces, as well as going places such as classes, retreats or any sewing journey. It is your license to venture out in the world and discover new ways and new places to sew!

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    • Patty Dixon
      Patty Dixon

      I have had constant tension problems with mine. I want my old Pfaff back. I gave it to my daughter. The Passport is nice and portable, but I am not so happy...the stitches are not straight either. My dealer wasn't a lot of help, I may have to get cranky

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      Patty, I'm sorry to hear that you're having problems with your machine. I hope you are able to press your dealer to resolve them. I had a number of problems with the first machine I received- it was evident to me immediately that the stitching was not right- and I brought the machine back to my dealer and showed her what was happening. She could clearly see the stitching problems and her plan at that point was to 'repair' the machine— cont’d

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      since it was only days old, and it was very very early in the shipping schedule, I was not comfortable with that approach and insisted that she take the machine back and replace it with a new shipment - and she readily agreed to that. The machine I have now stitches perfectly - and has done so from the first day I got it. The only time there has been anything even slightly 'off' with the stitch has been when it needs to be cleaned, or if I've nicked the needle..... cont'd

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      I will say that this machine is much more sensitive to being kept completely clean of ANY lint...much more fussy on that score than my Bernina.......... but that's it. If you are not getting a good stitch, then your dealer owes it to you to show you how to get a perfect stitch on it. If the dealer refuses, call Pfaff directly and complain about the service. Good luck!

    • Frances DeFer
      Frances DeFer

      If your dealer will not help contact PFaff they will take care of problems I have not had any issues

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    PERFECTLY INSPIRED The sleek, compact design of the PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 model alone starts your creativity flowing. The eye-catching detail of the Stitch Menu Tab unveils a stitch selection fit for any desired project. Choose from a variety of 70 inspiring stitches with up to 7mm stitch width; buttonholes, decorative stitches, quilt stitches, needle art stitches and satin stitches, plus, an impressive appliqué pin stitch.

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    PERFECTLY DEPENDABLE You will quickly discover and grow attached to the number of convenient features packed into the PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine. With only the touch of a button you set your needle to automatically stop up or down in the fabric, for pivoting, appliqué and other special techniques. The 29 needle positions allow you to place the needle exactly where you want it.

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    PERFECTLY COMPACT Discover how surprisingly light, yet powerful, perfection can be. Although the PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine only weighs 13.9 lbs (6.3kg) it is equipped with technology such as the original IDT™ System, two LED light sources, and other exclusive, reliable PFAFF® features. The PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 model is built to make sewing easy so you can effortlessly achieve the professional results that you are looking for whether you are sewing at home, at classes or traveling.

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    • Speattle
      Speattle

      I am very excited to pick up one of these. My dealer has lots in stock. I've done several testing sessions and so far I am impressed.

    • PFAFF®
      PFAFF®

      Speattle, we are glad that you like the new machine. Happy Sewing!

    • Speattle
      Speattle

      I've had it for almost a month now, and very much enjoying it. gosh, I've made a little girl's dress, a baby gown, a quilt, 10 burp rags, 2 purses, a table runner and a t-shirt with applique on the front. It has worked wonderfully. I especially love the push button sewing for doing long seams and top stitching. With the IDT, the fabric stays lined up perfectly under the needle with very little guidance needed from me.

    Whether you are seeking a sewing machine for a small space or one perfectly designed for travel and classes – this is it. Whatever the journey, your PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine is ready. Are you? With best-in-class features and reliable stitch results, we are confident that the PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine will exceed your expectations for a lightweight, compact sewing machine. What are you waiting for? Get ready to explore a new sewing companion packed with PFAFF® features.

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    The PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 model comes with a hard cover that protects your sewing machine. It is ergonomically designed for comfortable transport and easy storage.

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    There is only two days left before the BIG REVEAL of the new PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine.

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    • J Vanessa Sauter
      J Vanessa Sauter

      keeping us all is suspense....... can't wait to see................

    • Adele Hetzel
      Adele Hetzel

      Can't wait!

    The sleek, compact design of the PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 model alone starts your creativity flowing. The eye-catching detail of the Stitch Menu Tab unveils a stitch selection fit for any desired project. Choose from a variety of 70 inspiring stitches with up to 7mm stitch width; buttonholes, decorative stitches, quilt stitches, needle art stitches and satin stitches, plus, an impressive appliqué pin stitch.

    PFAFF Perfection starts here™

    pfaff.com
    • Patricia Burke
      Patricia Burke

      I love the stitches...These teases are making me crazy! BUt, I am loving it...((=

    • J Vanessa Sauter
      J Vanessa Sauter

      love the 7mm feature...........

    The PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine is specially designed for small spaces.

    PFAFF Perfection starts here™

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    With the new PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine there‘s more than plenty of room to expand your sewing skills and let your inspiration take you wherever it leads you.

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    You will quickly discover and grow attached to the number of convenient features packed into the PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine. With only the touch of a button you set your needle to automatically stop up or down in the fabric, for pivoting, appliqué and other special techniques. The 29 needle positions allow you to place the needle exactly where you want it – perfect for topstitching, quilting, inserting zippers and more.

    PFAFF Perfection starts here™

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    • Quilting Oma
      Quilting Oma

      Also Jane if you have gone through that many machines, with the shop people and you come to no avail you are entilted to remedy meaning they must refund you purchase price, there is too much evidence that there is a flaw,not of your doing. I check mine out and get back to you. QO

    • Quilting Oma
      Quilting Oma

      too bad I did not check out my spelling first ha ha I'll.

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      Hi Oma, Thanks for your comments. The shop I am dealing with is really very good- they were more upset than I was when they realized the problem. What we've done for now is that the shop took the machine back. They were going to just exchange it for a different new machine, and that's when we saw the the next machine had the problem....the demo machine was working fine, but I wanted a new one and not one that had already been used in the shop for awhile by multiple people, etc. Then when the next new machine had the same issue, the owner kept checking and saw that all the new ones she still had were having the same problem. So - the defective/not properly running machines are going back to the company and I'm waiting to see if a new one arrives without an issue. My credit card was refunded for the price I paid for the machine. Since I ultimately expect it will all get sorted out, for now, I still have the extra feet that I'd purchased - but I'm sure the shop will refund those if the problem is not resolved as they'd be of no use to me as my other machine is a Bernina. I just count myself lucky that I saw the problem right away - and it was during the walk-through lesson. I hope you have better experience and look forward to hearing how it goes.

    • Jane Doe
      Jane Doe

      Since I had a post here a few weeks ago when I encountered some problems with my new machine, I wanted to also provide an update for anyone who is interested........ Once I got connected with the right folks at Pfaff, they moved very quickly to resolve everything. I got my new machine pretty quickly and it is everything I expected it to be -- it really is a very nice machine -- and it has been a pleasure to use. This is my first Pfaff- have been using a Bernina 1230 for a number of years and truly love it, so when I was looking for a second smaller machine I was disappointed with most of the ones I'd seen. This new Pfaff model is really a delight--it has completely satisfied me. It's quiet......it's fast....it stitches beautifully.... as a quilter, I am totally in love the quarter-inch foot and the accuracy I can get with it with little effort...... I'm looking forward to many years of sewing on this machine - and encourage anyone who's thinking of buying one to go for it and enjoy!

    • Quilting Oma
      Quilting Oma

      Hi Sam I am enjoying my machine also still wish it had auto thread cutter but otherwise awwesome little machine

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    Using the optional Open Toe Freemotion Foot you can create beautiful free-motion effects. With the complete range of optional PFAFF® Original presser feet at your disposal, there's more than plenty of room to expand your sewing skills and let your inspiration take you wherever it leads you.

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    With the new PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine you can gain full control of every stitch on any sewing project. Simply adjust speed, thread tension and presser foot pressure as desired for special techniques or different fabric types. The extra-high presser foot lift and electronic piercing power are ideal for thick fabrics and multiple layers.

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    "Repin" and "Comment" if you think you are going to get "carried" away with this new PFAFF® sewing machine.

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    • Pauline Granstrom
      Pauline Granstrom

      OMG! It is so cool. I just love Pfaff!! Always have and always will.

    • Pat Winters
      Pat Winters

      I am getting antsy to see this Pfaff!

    • Anne Kendall
      Anne Kendall

      suspense!!

    • Mary Gomulinski
      Mary Gomulinski

      This looking really awesome!

    • Lydia Stevenson
      Lydia Stevenson

      I want one

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    Your PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine moves from a single layer to multiple layers effortlessly and even sews over bulky seams with no hesitation. The results are gorgeous sewing projects with amazingly precise details.

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    • Marsha Lufkin
      Marsha Lufkin

      lightweight

    • Su Holmes
      Su Holmes

      I have done this with my Pfaff. Would not attempt it with ___

    The PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 is built to make sewing easy so you can effortlessly achieve the professional results that you are looking. The Original IDT™ System is exceptional at feeding small fabric pieces for maximum precision and professional results.

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    The new PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine includes our Original IDT™ System. The PFAFF® Original IDT™ guarantees the optimal feed you expect on all kinds of fabric. Everything stays in place. Lightweight and silky fabrics don’t pucker; stripes and plaids match perfectly; curved seams are easy, with very little pinning required.

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    • J Vanessa Sauter
      J Vanessa Sauter

      I am loving this machine the more I see of it !

    • Karen Tucker
      Karen Tucker

      I need this machine

    • Missy Mulligan
      Missy Mulligan

      I need this machine, too!!!

    • Sandra Hall
      Sandra Hall

      This is the best feature. I like the way multi layered projects sew on the Pfaff even though mine is years old.

    The new PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 is equipped with such technology as Dual LED Lights. The two LED light sources illuminate your sewing area without shadows.

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    • Audrey Palmer-Skaling
      Audrey Palmer-Skaling

      so many awesome new features - would be sew great to be able to have this new machine!!

    • Graciela Lomas
      Graciela Lomas

      Anyone familar with Pfaff Creative 7550? I love mine. Even though its old its still fantastico

    • Edna Khalifeh
      Edna Khalifeh

      Yeah, clue #3 makes it look like some of the Hobby machines, but the presser foot lift and buttonhole lever are like the ones on the Ambitions. I heard Pfaff is revamping the Expression 4.0, but I doubt this is it

    • Marsha Lufkin
      Marsha Lufkin

      portable

    • Marsha Lufkin
      Marsha Lufkin

      mini

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    The PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine is chock-full of features and was designed to meet the high demands of the PFAFF® sewer. We are confident that this sewing machine will exceed your expectations.

    PFAFF Perfection starts here™

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    • Karen Tucker
      Karen Tucker

      sounds great..

    • Marsha Lufkin
      Marsha Lufkin

      traveling

    • Martha Kirkcaldy
      Martha Kirkcaldy

      still patiently waiting for its release

    • Marsha Lufkin
      Marsha Lufkin

      Last pic on Clue #1, is that a felting machine?

    • suzie nicklin
      suzie nicklin

      I am going to have one of those.love it

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    This new PFAFF® sewing machine is ready to go just about anywhere…

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    • Julie Beard
      Julie Beard

      just should be rest sorry.

    • Alice Oickle
      Alice Oickle

      A new retreat machine would be great.

    • Sharon Hart
      Sharon Hart

      Would it work in Albania?

    • Lori Leedock Howerton
      Lori Leedock Howerton

      I would love to have this machine sent to me in sunny Florida! I can already think of so many things I can do with it! (((sigh)))

    • Alice Oickle
      Alice Oickle

      I love the even feed feature on the Pfaff machines, and if this one is lighter, I'd love it.

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    Whatever the journey, your PFAFF® passport™ 2.0 sewing machine is ready. So, get ready to explore your new sewing companion packed with PFAFF® features.

    PFAFF Perfection starts here™

    pfaff.com
    • Ruth Allsopp
      Ruth Allsopp

      I have one Pfaff and would love to have another. Wonderful machines.

    • Laura Barnes
      Laura Barnes

      Still have my original Pfaff 1473. I have since upgraded to the first generation CV which I love, however I will never part with the 1473.

    • Marea Baker
      Marea Baker

      So excited to see the latest pfaff

    • Sharon Hart
      Sharon Hart

      Love that edging.

    Gain full control of every stitch on any sewing project.

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    • Suzanne Harenza
      Suzanne Harenza

      oooohhhh my goodness! How nice!

    • Julie Beard
      Julie Beard

      How many new stitches?

    • Sharon Hart
      Sharon Hart

      Wow! Look at all those stitches... would be a good addition to seamstress classes in Albania.

    • Joyce Henderson
      Joyce Henderson

      I think it should be delivered to Montana!

    • Marsha Lufkin
      Marsha Lufkin

      millenium

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    You will quickly discover and grow attached to the number of convenient features packed into this new PFAFF® sewing machine.

    PFAFF Perfection starts here™

    pfaff.com
    • Donna Lawnick Rutkowski
      Donna Lawnick Rutkowski

      Amazing!

    • Sharon Hart
      Sharon Hart

      Looks like it is very versatile, and would be an asset to any sewer.

    • Patricia Burke
      Patricia Burke

      I can't wait to see it!

    • Audrey Palmer-Skaling
      Audrey Palmer-Skaling

      would sew love to have this new machine!!

    • Julie Beard
      Julie Beard

      I can't wait to see where it travels. I hope to my place I could do with a new machine that I can take to classes with me. My quilt Expression 4.0 is too heavy to take on the bus to my craft lesson on Thursday!.

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    Look what we just got delivered to us? It sure looks like it’s ready to do some “traveling”… What could it be?

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    • Deborah Lancaster
      Deborah Lancaster

      This is the machine I've been waiting for: 1. Pfaff 2. Pfaff features (IDT, auto foot lift, bobbin sensor?) 3. travel machine. CANNOT WAIT!!!

    • Cheryl Smith Hoecker
      Cheryl Smith Hoecker

      Would love to try one.

    • Karen Rainey
      Karen Rainey

      Does it travel to 8 mile in Detroit Michigan. You know ever girl on 8 mile needs a new sewing machine!

    • Carole Meunier
      Carole Meunier

      THE machine I need!

    • Treba Sinclare
      Treba Sinclare

      Want one, gotta check it out and see how fast it goes. Trouble with most of the XSm machines is that they crawl. If it has a decent motor I in!

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