PFAFF PFLASHBACK: Creative 1475 CD Instructional Video Series (1991)

PFAFF How-To Video Series -- creative 1475 CD: For the Look That's As Bold As Your Imagination

Training Manager Philip Pepper and Educational Consultant Crystal Thoma make it easy to use the Pfaff creative 1475 CD and help you realize you full creative potential.

Volume 1



In Volume 1, Philip and Crystal cover the basics of the machine including all of the keys and their functions, the automatic needle threader and exclusive built-in Dual Feed. They show easy step by step threading, bobbin winding, and provide an informative discussion of the threads and needles. Crystal shows the advantage of multiple needle position stitches, zig zag stitches and utility stitches. Philip demonstrates how easy it is to blindhem, flathem and sew corded buttonholes in both pre-programmed and programmable styles. You'll see how quick it is to program any of the alphabets into the memory using the Creative Designer. All new Maxi-Stitch, Maxi-Monogram and exclusive 0-way feed designs are highlighted. Ideas for appliques, twin needle sewing and using utility stitches decoratively give a new twist to machine embroidery.

Philip Pepper is a well known designer and instructor. He's taught classes and demonstrated across the United States as well as in Australia and Canada.

Crystal Thoma travels the country giving seminars and classes. As well as being an accomplished tailor, she's worked many years in television broadcasting, both in front of and behind the camera.


Volume 2



They take you step by step and teach you how to draw and enter your own designs into Pfaff's exclusive free programming P-Memories. Philip demonstrate heirloom techniques including rolling and whipping, bridging, corded pin tucks, entreduex and cutwork with Richelieu bars. Crystal adds to this the pin stitch, bridging with the cording blade and several Swiss insertions to embroider. They also show you how to use extra accessories like the ruffler, fringe foot, applique foot and new ways to use the fringe foot and some unusual eyelets. They also demonstrate how to adapt hand cross stitch patterns for the 1475 CD and provide tips on combining them into a simple border. The Maxi-Stitches are given a whole new look with a technique called bobbin work.

Philip Pepper is a well known designer and instructor. He's taught classes and demonstrated across the United States as well as in Australia and Canada.

Crystal Thoma travels the country giving seminars and classes. As well as being an accomplished tailor, she's worked many years in television broadcasting, both in front of and behind the camera.



1991 Copyright by PFAFF AMERICAN SALES CORP.


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