Open Mon-Fri 9:00am to 5:30pm
Sat 9:30am to 4:00pm
Sundays Closed


We Sell the Best, And Service The Rest!

Sewing Repair and Service

Meet Morgan Sanders. With over 30 years experience in repairing sewing machines, Morgan takes pride in doing you the best job possible. From the older machines to the new, Morgan will take the time to get it back to perfection! When your machine is serviced at Platte Valley Vac and Sew, you are sure to get the quality workmanship you deserve by the area’s most experienced technician. Morgan is fully trained and Certified by PFAFF, and we are the warranty center for all the machines we sell.

Vacuum Repair and Service


Meet Josh Statton.   With Josh’s background in mechanics he brings a vast amount of knowledge to getting your vacuum back to running in tip top shape. We service many different brands of vacuums and are also able to service Hoover Steamvacs. We are the warranty center for Simplicity vacuums. All of our repairs our done in house, no shipping needed!
scissor sharping on all types of scissors including pinking shears contact us for more details

Successful Stitching, A note from your technician:

Knowing your needles. Needles are one of the most important supplies of your machine, but when I ask a customer “what type of needle are you using?”,  I get “I don’t know” or “The one I had.” I ask “How often do you change your needle?” and get “When it breaks.” Sewer’s and quilters wonder why their machines don’t sew well. In today’s sewing and embroidery projects there are numerous types of fabric and thread. Did you know that in just standard sewing needles there are 8 different sizes? 9/65, 10/70, 11/75, 12/80, 14/90, 16/100, 18/110, and 20/120. The smaller the number the smaller the needle. What changes on the standard needle from size to size is the shaft of the needle and the size of the eye of the needle. The two most common sizes of standard needles are the 80/12 (light to medium)  and  90/14 (medium to heavy), but lets say you are sewing some silk or satin? You would use a 9/65 or 10/70.  What about mending jeans or heavy work? You would use a 16/100 or 18/110. This just hits the needle tip of the iceberg! For more information on needles to suit your sewing projects please come in and talk to one of our Sew Pro’s!

Why You will Feel Confident Working with Platte Valley Vac and Sew:

  • Free classes on sewing machines purchased from our store in Scottsbluff Nebraska.
  • Free equipment demos for both our Pfaff Sewing Machines and Simplicity Vacuums.
  • Come see our friendly and experienced staff.
  • We keep 1000 bolts of 100% cotton quilting fabrics and notions in stock!
  • Guaranteed warranty on all products that we service in house.
  • We offer experienced vacuum and sewing machine repairs.

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