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PFAFF hobbylock 2.0

Sew like a pro!
Fantastic features and a wide range of stitches!

The PFAFF hobbylock 2.0 overlock machine is a modern overlock that is easy to use and has many practical features, including 15 stitches, adjustable stitch length, builtin rolled edge, free-arm for sewing sleeves and pant legs, electronic speed control, and much more.


4, 3, 2 Thread Sewing

4, 3, 2 thread sewing
Many options for utility and decorative sewing.

Many options for utility and decorative sewing.

15 Stitches

15 stitches

Trim, stitch, overcast and decorate projects in half the time.

Lay-in Tension

Lay-in tension and color coded thread paths

For quick, convenient threading.

Free Arm

Free arm

Makes sewing cuffs, sleeves and other small areas easy.

Threading Guides

Threading Guides

Detailed interactive DVD and printed quick guide for threading all stitches.


More Features

  • Differential Feed: Adjustable for perfectly even seams, no stretching of the seam or puckering of fine fabrics.
  • Adjustable stitch length, cutting width and presser foot pressure
  • Choose optimal settings for different fabrics and techniques.
  • Extra presser foot height: Room for several layers or heavy fabrics.
  • Waste tray: Catches fabric trimmings.
  • Safety lockout: When the front cover is open the machine will not sew.

Accessories - Other

  • Needle pack
  • Screwdriver
  • Tweezers
  • Thread unreeling discs (4)
  • Lint brush
  • Knife blade (for the stationary lower cutter)
  • 2-thread converter
  • Thread spool nets (4)
  • Waste tray
  • Dust cover

Stitches

  • 15 stitches
  • 4-thread overlock– reinforced overlock stitch for perfect sewing, trimming and finishing.
  • 3-thread overlock– wide and narrow overlock seams and decorative techniques.
  • 2-thread overlock– rolled edge and flatlock, wide and narrow.
  • Built-in rolled edge– sew 2- or 3-thread rolled hems quickly without changing the presser foot or the stitch plate.
  • Download stitch chart

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