In a need for speed, I purchased this semi-industrial Pfaff sewing machine.  Let me just share that it was love at first stitch.  Welcome the newest member of my sewing collection.

She does 1600 stitches per minute!  We have been spending some good quality time together cranking out beach bags and working on some new items for the shop.

Coming soon…

Working on my new line of purses!


  1. Such a cute purse!

    I love pfaff machines.  My grandmother has an ancient Pfaff machine that I absolutely love and I actually learned to sew on.  While it has its quirks it is super duper dependable and I *heart* it forever and ever. When I started sewing for business I used my other grandmother’s Singer Featherweight…antique, but super sturdy.  Now I use a Singer Heavy duty which is most definitely NOT my fave, but I’m not going to badmouth it too much because I need it to work for me later today…lol!

    • I’m loving my Pfaff. My other machine is a BabyLock and I have much love for it….it just wasn’t fast enought. This one only does a straight stitch, but is super sturdy. I highly recommend it…as long as you have a machine that does all the other stitches. :)

  2. I love that purse! I just happened upon your site the other day and I am so excited I found it! My sister has a beautiful three year old daughter named Lucy Jane and birthdays (hers and Lucy’s) are coming up. I’ll be making a purchase at your etsy shop soon.

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    • I have not tried to sew leather, but I don’t think it would have any issues going through it. I just sewed some marine vinyl today and it did great. It is a great machine! I love mine.

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