Question about Sewing Machines
I have inherited one of these from my mothers' stuff but the manual has gotten wet and the pages have stuck together ....
Go get a couple packages of Large skewers. Boil some water in a Medium pan or tea pot. You want steam and lots of it so a tea pot would be ideal if you can stand the noise. A garment steamer might work too. Hold the book page edges down over the steam. Steam, and use your fingers to open a page or two. Place a skewer between each page. Remember you want steam not wet.use the skewers to hold the pages open as it dries... you can even hang the book by the skewers over a large pot.
In the mean time you might be able to find the manual online if you google the brand name of the knitting machine and instruction manual.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Aug 21, 2011
Hi Jeanne, you might want to check out my tip on early Swiss Elnas,
it should help you get the Lotus going. Lovely machine. If you are in the USA you may also want to contact White Sewing Center as he may have this manual available for sale or a copy of it. www.whitesewingcenter.com.
Remember to use the Elna 7 hole dished metal bobbins, there are 7 holes on the top, and looks like this
Always wind it and insert it into the machine this way. Don't use any other bobbin. Standard needles 130/705H, flat shank to the back.
Check out my other tip on bobbin winding too, it is important to keep tension onto the thread spool that you are winding thread off as the machine doesn't tension the thread for you. So you need to apply pressure to the top of the thread spool as you wind off, use the curved handle of your scissors on the top of the spool.
Feel free to connect to me and ask if you have any other questions, I have a Lotus TSP at home and its almost identical to the SP. Happy stitching.
Posted on Nov 07, 2011
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Follow these steps:-
Turn machine off.
Press button 1 and hold in whilst turning on the machine.
The four languages will appear. Select the number coresponding to the language you require.English should be #1.
Not all Pfaffs have English loaded into the computer, but if it was there before, should be no drama.
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