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Pfaff Accessories

cardou | Posted in Equipment and Supplies on

I bought a Pfaff 2050 earlier this year and love it – but now want to do some things that I don’t have the pressure feet for – or at least they would make it easier….I can’t find someone in our area that carries Pfaff accessories.  So I have two questions really:

1.  Are thier other manufacturers that can be used on Pfaff machines

2.  Does anyone have a resource for Pfaff accessories on the web?


  1. stsimon | | #1

    Try Ebay. I was frustrated in the search for accessories but was able to get what I needed there.

    I first struggled with the Pfaff web site, trying to identify and narrow down what I needed; my owner's manual helped, too, but it took a while to correlate the pictures and names of presser feet. Product numbers don't help at all. Just figure that the feet are likely to fit your machine, and make sure before you buy that the seller will take a return if it isn't right.

    1. cardou | | #2

      That's good advice.  I'll go onto ebay right now.  Thanks.

  2. diday | | #3

    The Pfaff website has a dealer locator, and under Customer Support there is an Accessories/Notions link which includes presser feet. You could try ordering what you need from the dealer nearest you.


  3. Josefly | | #4

    There was a mention a few days ago in another thread of a source for presser feet. The web site referenced was


    and they say that the feet fit all sewing machines. These may not include what you're looking for, but the set of feet they advertise seem to serve many functions.

    1. solosmocker | | #5

      I have the Creative Feet. They come with adaptors for hi, slanted, and lo shanks. I am not sure about Bernina. They are pricey.

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