We are so excited that Bernina has announced the NEW Bernina L 850 and L 890 overlockers. If you have never used an overlocker, you'll want to make sure you tune in to Bernina's live presentation on Thursday, April 22 @ 1:00 PM EDT. Adrienne Gallagher will be showing you how to use your overlock machine in "almost every aspect of quilting". Check out details below.
Now let's show you these beautiful NEW machines, coming in May 2021!
** The following videos are from the Bernina International AG YouTube page, make sure you give this video a thumbs up. **
Bernina L 850
I was so excited when I saw this video, so many great features I had a hard time picking my top 2. If I had to narrow it down this would be them:
- The One-step BERNINA Air Threader - It's so simple and quick to use, no more struggling and frustration trying to thread your machine.
- The Convenient freearm - Have you ever tried to sew cuffs or sleeves, frustratingly trying to manipulate your fabric around. The freearm easily allows you to rotate your fabric through your machine without it getting twisted and bunched.
Make sure you check out the full video below for all the great features this machine has to offer.
Bernina L 890
We have this machine on order for May, it has similar features to the Bernina L 850. Here are the main difference from the Bernina L 850:
- Intuitive operation via touch screen - This machine is digital, whereas the L 850 is manual. This allows you to automatically set the thread tension, stitch length, etc.
Check out the video below for all the great features this machine has to offer.
Contact us here, to preorder your Bernina overlocker machine. ** Check out the special offer below, expires May 1, 2021. **
Quilting B & More - Owners Class
When you purchase a machine from us, you qualify for FREE owners class. This is a series of up to three classes to help new sewing machine owners learn how to use their sewing machines. New owners will learn how to:
- Use all their accessories
- Learn such things as threading loopers, adjusting stitch width and length, using differential feed, doing 3 and 4 thread stitches as well as roll hems.