It has 99 stitches - 34 utility stitches (5 are buttonholes) and 65 embroidery stitches. Also, the alphabet and numbers in block and script. It has the famous Pfaff IDT dual feed system, needle threader, needle up/down button, feed dogs can be dropped for free motion stitching, bobbin thread monitor, sewing help display based on the stitch chosen. I can change the stitch density and balance on embroidery stitches. Pattern mirror left to right and top to bottom.
Phyllis sews lovely precise stitches. She has a vertical loading bobbin.
I bought her used from the Brandon Sewing Centre in 2009. She came complete with her original hard cover carrying case, accessories and operator's manual.
This is a sample of her stitches. The spider web was free motion quilted. I can alter the stitch width and length, as well as create pattern sequence of embroidery stitches and alphabet. Phyllis has nine memories to store pattern sequences. This is the only sewing machine I own with instructions in the manual for embroidering a leather belt.
I use her to sew leather and polar fleece dog booties for Lily. As well as free motion quilting, piecing, hemming denim jeans, putting in zippers and oven mitts. Phyllis is a fantastic sewing machine she will sew threw anything I can fit under the presser foot without complaint.