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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS For the United States only This sewing machine is designed and manufactured for HOUSEHOLD use only. When you use an electric appliance, basic safety precautions should always be adhered to as follows: Read all instructions before using this sewing machine. DANGER To reducethe riskofelectricshock: 1.

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    If you have any questions, no problem! Your PFAFF dealer is at your service with any help or advice you may need. So now you can get started! We wish you many enjoyable hours creating your fashion ideas.

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    Index “Tacking” key Tacking stitch Technical section 14—27 Thread cutter Thread tension Threading the needle thread Top cover Twin-needle cording foot 11 4 1 38 Twin-needle embroidery 8—9 Utility stitch programs Utility stitches 67—85 Word sequence, creating in M-memory 54—5 6 Work support Zigzag stitch Zippers, installing...

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    _________ Utility stitch programs 22l23l24I2526I 2728 29 30 31 32 33 34 19 20 21 11111111 — 11111111 > 11111111 ‘I’ll” Width Program Description Application up to mm For overstitching elastic and woollen threads, Fancy elastic stitch and for shirring and smocking. Provides a highly elastic seam for sportswear.

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    Taking out the bobbin case Hook cover Switch off the master switch. Lift the latch of the bobbin case and pull the Hold the hook cover (49) at the side and open it bobbin case out. Release the latch and take out towards the front.

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    Threading the needle thread Switch off the master switch. Raise the sewing —A foot lifter (23) and turn the hand-wheel until the take-up lever (33) has reached its highest position. Place the thread on the reel holder (36) and fit a corresponding unwinding disk. Now pull the thread into guide A.

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    Pulling up the bobbin thread Presser foot lifter Raise the sewing foot. Hold the needle thread The sewing foot is raised and lowered with the and turn the handwheel towards you until the presser foot lifter (23). needle has reached its highest position and the bobbin thread has formed a loop.

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    —A Changing the needle Switch off the master switch. To remove: Lower the sewing foot and set the To insert: The flat side (A) of the needle must face to the rear. Lower the sewing foot and insert needle at its highest point. Now loosen the the needle, pushing it up as far as it goes.

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    Explanation of the basic menu page with 10 sewing programs is shown The basic menu contains a selection of the automatically. The straight stitch is highlighted stitches that are most often needed for practical and can be sewn immediately. If you want to sew sewing.

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    ,— Programmable seam length for straight stitch straight stitch is shown with its length settings. On the right of the screen “pat” is displayed. Now If you wish to join several workpieces of the same press the cursor key the additional message size you can enter the seam length with straight —, “prog”...

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    Summary of the options for pattern selection a) As soon as you switch the machine on, the first 10 patterns of the basic menu appear. The You have various options to select a pattern from first pattern of the basic menu, the straight the creative 7560.

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    length settings, you must press the same key If you select e.g. key “9”=”Decorative stitches’ again. The programming screen is displayed the corresponding patterns will be shown on the screen.The desired pattern can be selected with indicating the pattern and its settings for pattern the key underneath it and can be sewn length, width, and balance.

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    Balance For some patterns it is not possible to alter the stitch density. The following symbol will be displayed on the right of the screen: 0—i In this case the balance can be altered instead (see page 45). Setting the stitch density for the stitch density is displayed along with the Select e.g.

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    • y----—,- Reverse stitch correction Embroidery patterns, particularly large-scale motifs, can vary on different fabric types woolen — material is fed differently to fine silk. The creative 7560 has a correction system which lets you sew optimum embroidery stitches: the balance. With this system the reverse feed can be adjusted.

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    If you wish to change the code, press the “info” As soon as you press the “ok.” key, the sewing machine switches to the basic menu and is ready key. The message to sew again. Please enter your code number: To delete the code, press the “esc”...

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    Changin g pattern length and width The pattern width and stitch length can be changed by pressing the keys “1—0” undernea th the screen before saving. Then confirm by pressing the “o.k.” key. The selected pattern in the memory is displayed. Select the next pattern with key “0—9”...

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    Overlock stitches Programs 06, 13, 20, 30—34 For knit and other stretch materials, the creative 7560 offers a selection of overlock stitches. These join two layers of fabric and serge them in one operation. They have a higher elasticity than usual stitches, they are very durable and, they are very quick to sew.

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    Automatic darning Program 24 The saved darning length can now be repeated as This program is used mainly for strengthening often as needed. damaged areas of fabric. This will be deleted, if you: • Stitch over the damaged area at the required length.

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    Covering seams Where seam allowances and serged edges are inconvenient, covering seams are used. These seams are extremely flat, they join bordering fabric plies and serge them at the same time. This produces the typical flatlock effect which lends a professional look to collar plackets or raglan seams.

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    Buttonholes With the following tips you will sew perfect The creative 7560 offers you the perfect buttonhole for all types of material and garment. buttonholes even on the most difficult fabrics: Whether you are sewing jackets, trousers, • Buttonholes which are sewn ólose to an edge blouses or elastic materials, 5 different cannot be fed optimally using the buttonhole buttonhole styles lend a professional finish to...

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    1. Linen buttonhole No. 25 (for blouses, shirts, dresses etc.) 2. Stretch buttonhole No. 26 for highly elastic materials and heavy knit fabrics. 3. Stretch buttonhole No. 27 for fine elastic materials and for decorative buttonholes. 4. Round buttonhole No. 28 for ladies’...

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    Adapting the buttonhole seam length with the Sew a test button hole on the chosen material. balance • If, the second (reverse) buttonhole seam is On highly slippery fabrics it may happen that the denser than the first (forward) buttonhole stitch density of the left seam turns out seam, you adapt the balance in the plus- differently to that of the right seam.

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    Buttonholes with gimp thread Buttonholes which are sewn with a gimp thread • Push the runner forwards up to the second are more durable and neater. Use pearl cotton or marking. a regular gimp thread as available at specialized • Now sew buttonhole No. 25, 26 or 27. shops.

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    Sewing feet (accessories) Pages 104-10 6 Special accesso ries table Page Felling foot / Appliqué foot Page Pintuck foot Page Cording foot / Shirring foot Page Knit edge foot / Multi-stitch gathering attachm ent Page Quilt and patchwork foot Page Free-hand quilt foot / Teflon ornamental stitch foot Page 113...

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    Needle size: — — — 70—110 Stretch-fabric needle developed 130/705 H-PS Medium expecially for Pfaff. Particularly suitable ball point Needle size: for delicate stretch and knitted fabrics. 70—100 Wide-meshed corsetry, Lycra, Simplex 130/705 H-SKF Heavy and Latex ball point Needle size: —...

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    Maintenance and trouble-shooting Changing the batteries Page 142 Changing the needle plate Page 143 Cleaning and oiling Page 143 Changing the sewing lamp Page 144 Sewing faults and their removal Page 145 42>4)

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    Sewingfünciions Enbro!deri witi he mbtdwyunif Messa lu ebp1y nhjF Pages ¶4 Embrdrodoi1 of the motifs xp1anatiofth i th dW1ar mbroy/ine to Pe 2f Embeyfmuftoor page Mu1tiad rnbrddef e 14. coIorw with r?peatfr)g Embroierfrg tildividuat Page segments Error mesags embroiery mode Page Z6 Sewing with the embrcIé1eiy Page 27...

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    Now the first 5 patterns on the card will be shown. Every embroidery pattern of the Creative Fantasy card CF 7560 is marked with a pattern number. In the top right of the display, the first page and any further pages which the card may contain are displayed.

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    Embroidering individual segment s It is also possible to embroider individual segment s If you wish to select another segment of the of a pattern. For example, if you wish to embroider pattern, after embroidering press the key 8 until only the contour of pattern 1 6, select the segment the desired color segment appears.

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    . Ij ff7i I1T1tI --— Press the key to store both letters. In the display ‘ you will see the selected letters next to each other. You will also see a new menu in the right of the display.

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    Moving letters If you wish to move the letters closer to ether, press the lower arrow key (cursor key) This opens a new menu. hitil’i Using the two cursor keys, place the arrow on the letter you wish to move.

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    f7TT! rntrn After a short delay, you will see a new screen. In the display the position of the pattern in the frame is displayed using the x and y values. x stands for the vertical value and for the horizon tal value.

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    _______ Ifl1tI The embroidery frame moves into position. If you have fulfilled all the requirements in the display, confirm with “ok” Now you can embroider the pattern sequence. By pressing the lower cursor key next to the symbol, you will obtain the following menu.

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    Isatlii’I With the 0 key underneath the symbol, you can view the letters one after another. Tip: You are now in the sewing screen. a1Tt hiIflhi Deleting a letter To delete a letter press “esc”, to return to the previous screen and then the key underneath...

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    Deleting an entire pattern sequence of the M memory The entire pattern sequence will be deleted imme There is another way to delete the entire pattern diately by pressing the key 1. sequence of the M-memory: Remove the Creative Fantasy card and select the If you want to embroider the sequence, insert the required Creative Fantasy card, in this case the M-rnernory to be deleted.

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    ____ N® Select the maximum possible size with key 5. Store the frame by pressing the “ok” key. ®( ‘ ‘ 1ilI_iTFi Then press the “card” key again and select the pattern group Embroidery monograms with key 2.

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    Select the alphabet via the 1 or 2 key. Before entering the letter, select the desired letter height Then select the desired letter and confirm with the “ok’ key. Press the key to store the letter.

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    Creating longer words or names can also be done Creating a word sequence by moving the frame. In the chapter “Tips and When dealing with word sequences or names, Examples”, you will find a detailed description. please note that the size of the letters can be altered.

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    Pressing key 2 for embroidery monograms. I#it:4i111 Select the alphabet by pressing key 1 or 2.

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    ____ ______ ____ ____ IiiL1fl’1 Enter the desired word sequence using the number keys. Enter an empty space between words (key 7 or 8). I1INITLI Store the word sequence by pressing the key.

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    ‘I Now select a motif using the number keys. Scale down the size of the motif by pressing the 4 key. Then store the motif by pressing the “ok” key.

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    Press the “ok” key once. “ Move the arrow in the display so that it is posi tioned on the last letter of the word.

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    Now press the “ok” key a second time. The letter sequence can now be moved up or down in the display. To do this, use the 9 or 0 key underneath the ED [Ii. symbols •1...

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    Richelieu work The Creative Fantasy card No. 7 is an appliqué and Richelieu card. The appliqué motifs are marked with an A in the motif list. If you wish to embroider a Richelieu motif these patterns can also be embroidered without Riche lieu effect, i.e.

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    (this through show would fleece embroidery with material back cannot embroider. pattern desired because strengthened must fabric dealer). your select PFAFF your (available water dissolves Solvy also. hardener. from water special frame (Solvy) stabilizer soluble clear textile with material reinforcing...

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    Embroidering small pieces of fabric If you want to embroider on a small piece of fabric which cannot be fitted into the frame, we recom mend using adhesive backing. This backing consists of a cover layer and an adhesive layer. (Filmoplast) Insert the adhesive backing with the smooth side cover layer) facing up in the hoop/frame.

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    Embroidering leather If the leather is too thick to be inserted into the Attach the piece of leather which is to be embro idered onto cut-away stabilizer with a fabric glue hoop/frame, only fit the fleece into the embroidery hoop and lay the extra leather over the embroidery pen or textile adhesive.

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    Spool holder “Creative Fantasy Color Changer The spool holder is available as an optional extra from your PFAFF dealer and is of great help with embroidery requiring frequent thread changes. It is particularly suitable for use with the embroidery unit and can hold up to 10 spools.

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