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7570 Pfaff - stitch length

I recently completed some embroidery work and then switched back to regular sewing. The stitch length is not changing -- it is either real tiny or real big. It won't go in reverse.

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  • ladysif Jul 23, 2008

    I did - several times to make sure something wasn't impeding it.

  • ladysif Jul 23, 2008

    Additional info -- it runs in reverse only now.

  • alacrity Dec 10, 2008

    I have the 2048 - but the same thing is happening. Last night, on the straight stitch, no matter what length I chose, the stitches were very tiny. I decided to try it again just now, and guess what?! Now it only sews in reverse. Very strange.

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Make sure you raised the feed dogs.

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Hello,

The Pfaff 7570 Creative Designer is a computerized sewingand embroidery machine that has the ability to connect to the computer, andhave embroidery designs sent to the embroidery machine. The sewing andembroidery machine has many features, including hundreds of general sewingfunctions, a separate embroidery module, and on-screen editing features. TheCreative Designer 7570, manufactured in the 1990s, was the first sewing andembroidery combination machine ever made by Pfaff.

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1 Turn on your sewing machine using the "On"button located just below the turn wheel on the right side of the machine.Thread your Pfaff 7570. Note that Pfaff sewing machines thread from left toright, not right to left like other sewing machines. The upper tension discsshould be raised at their highest position while threading, and the presserfoot should be raised up until you thread the needle. Drop the presser footright before you thread the needle. The prevents thread problems during use. 2 Insert a full bobbin and retrieve the bobbin threadthrough the thread plate. Raise your sewing foot and needle to its highestposition; hold the needle thread taught with your left hand, lower the needleinto the thread plate using your right hand, and then raise the needle. As youraise the needle, the needle thread will catch the bobbin thread, and pull itup. There should be a loop of thread intertwined with the needle thread. Usetweezers, your finger, or a straight pin to retrieve the bobbin thread that isvisible through the thread plate, and pull it through the plate. 3 Place the fabric under the presser foot, and drop thepresser foot. Choose the stitch you want to use from the top stitch display,right above the top thread feed. Press the '0-9" button located on thesewing machine's front panel, and a display screen will come up. Input thethread number, and press the 'OK' button located on the sewing machine's frontpanel. The stitch will display, and you are ready to sew. Repeat Step 3 foreach stitch you want to use.

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Your only option at this point is to take it to an authorized Pfaff dealer. If the person who serviced it was an authorized Pfaff tech, take it back to them. If not, do take it to a Pfaff dealer - non-Pfaff authorized techs are not trained on the machines.

Sorry I can't give you a simpler answer, but until this is corrected, your machine won't work properly.

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Hi

Are you using a Pfaff 7570 (or other Pfaff machine with Sensor)? If so, definitely use the sliding buttonhole foot and the sensor guide (slides below the needle plate from the back of the machine. This will keep your buttonholes consistent.

The size is regulated by the Stitch/Pattern Length button and Width button. Select the size you think you'll need (in millimeters).

Test sew your buttonhole on the EXACT same combination of fabric/layers & stabilizer that your garment is. Adjust the length/width of buttonhole if needed. I would recommend a bit wider buttonhole due to the thickness/puffiness of the fleece.

Hope this helps,
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