3-Groove cording foot # 22 is ideal for the simultaneous couching of several yarns, woolen thread or cording, producing a decorative trim or braid effect on garments and home furnishings in no time flat. The swing-out latch on top of 3-Groove cording foot # 22 holds the yarn or cords securely in place and prevents them from tangling during the sewing process. The result is a neat, consistently stitched braid-like embellishment.
This bobbin is compatible with BERNINA sewing machines from the 7 Series. This bobbin for the B 9 Hook holds 80% more thread than a standard bobbin, allowing you to sew for longer without interruption when using a full bobbin. .
The 5-Groove cording foot is a practical aid for the simultaneous couching of several parallel strands of yarn or cording. The cords are fed into the special grooves, which guide them securely. They are also held in place by a swing-out latch which prevents them tangling during the sewing process. In this way, the 5-Groove cording foot lets you create glamorous trim appliques and braid for home furnishings and garments.
The Bernina 7-Groove Pintuck Foot # 32 7-Groove pintuck foot # 32 is a specialist for sewing especially fine pintucks on light to medium weight fabrics using a double needle. The typical pintuck shape is produced by the bobbin thread, which pulls together the two lines of stitching as you sew. The grooves in the sole of the pintuck foot act as a guide for stitching several perfectly parallel pintucks. The cutout in the center of the foot provides an unimpeded view of the needle-penetration area and facilitates working with this foot. The pintuck foot is also highly suitable for smocking and entredeux work, as well as fagotting. Browse the BERNINA accessories catalog now, and get to know the versatile 7-Groove pintuck foot # 32!
When it comes to appliqueing with a narrow satin-stitch (up to 2 mm), Applique foot # 23 is the expert: its sophisticated design allows the fabric to feed easily over the stitches, even in the case of very dense rows of stitching. A cutout on the front of the presser foot will hold a narrow couching thread, making for trouble-free sewing of satin-stitching with cording. With its wide thread channel under the sole, Appliqué foot # 23 is also ideal for sewing mini-piping, or for traditional sewing techniques.
This is a lavishly illustrated 250 page full colour guide to the exclusive Bernina collection of presser feet. Bernina's BIG Book of Feet is an amazing reference book which provides an extensive overview and guides you how and where to use all of the feet. This practical manual also provides information on standard and special accessories for both simple and complex sewing, embroidery, and quilting projects. The table of contents is clearly laid out and each presser or accessory has a Technique Settings chart. The chart gives you an at-a-glance look at the settings needed for the techniques specific to the foot. Spiral-bound, the book lays flat when opened, making it useful to keep by your sewing machine. This is especially helpful when using an unfamiliar presser foot or accessory. The Big Book of Feet can be used as a reference when sewing with the feet you own. It can also be a resource when struggling with a particular technique. The answer to success may be a using different foot or adjusting the machine settings. The presser feet and accessories are organized numerically with indexed techniques for easy-to-find information. Plus, there are full-page inspirational photos and step-by-step and in-process technique pictures, it is an invaluable resource for all Bernina owners.
Braiding foot # 21 makes quick work of couching thin ribbons, cords and rickrack, and is also ideal for projects with passementerie, braids and couched-cord patterns. Braiding foot # 21’s beveled hole for cords and yarns up to 3 mm in diameter ensures neat, even couching. The result: high-quality, attractive sewing projects.
Button-sew-on foot # 18 is an all-rounder for sewing on buttons, snap fasteners and eyelets. Its non-slip sole holds the button securely in place while it is sewn on. In addition, Button-sew-on foot # 18 has an adjustable middle toe, allowing you to vary the height of the thread shank according to fabric thickness. The middle toe can be flipped up and away when not in use. In addition to buttons and closures, Button-sew-on foot # 18 allows you to attach decorative embellishments such as sequins or bows.
With Darning foot # 9, small holes and tears in fabrics practically repair themselves. The hopper mechanism combined with the vertical spring presses the foot firmly to the project, preventing the material from pulling up with the needle during sewing (flagging) and ensuring a neat stitch pattern. The special shape of Darning foot # 9 also makes it ideal for free-hand embroidery, quilting, and creating attractive lace and monograms.
Edgestitch foot # 10 is a practical help for sewing finished edges even and straight. Superbly suited to applying lace and trims, the edge-stitch foot # 10 is also ideal for top-stitching edges, pleats and hems. The guide blade in the center of the foot helps you sew seams and hems running perfectly parallel to the edge in next to no time.
Edgestitch foot # 10C is a practical help for sewing finished edges even and straight. Superbly suited to applying lace and trims, Edgestitch foot # 10C is also ideal for topstitching edges, pleats and hems. The guide blade in the center of the foot helps you sew seams and hems running perfectly parallel to the edge in next to no time.
Edgestitch foot # 10D is a practical help for sewing finished edges even and straight. Superbly suited to applying lace and trims, Edgestitch foot # 10D is also ideal for top-stitching edges, pleats and hems. The guide blade in the center of the foot helps you sew seams and hems running perfectly parallel to the edge in next to no time.
Thanks to its special design, Embroidery foot # 26 (drop-shaped) is the expert when it comes to optimum fabric grip and attractive embroidery results. The design of the sole as well as the teardrop-shaped needle opening provide for a secure grip, reducing the risk of damaging the upper thread. In addition, Embroidery foot # 26 features a vertical spring (hopper) which presses on the fabric when the needle is lifted, thereby preventing flagging. Foot # 26 is a free-motion presser foot which is ideal both for embroidering and executing free-motion sewing techniques with the machine. Furthermore, Embroidery foot # 26 (drop-shaped) can also be used to darn delicate fabrics.
The New Bernina 590 Embroidery Module The embroidery module turns an embroidery-capable BERNINA sewing machine into an embroidery machine, allowing reliable and breathtaking embroidery results to be achieved in the blink of an eye. All embroidery projects can be carried out comfortably using the generous embroidery area. BERNINA also offers a wide range of embroidery hoops in different shapes and sizes. With the optional adapters for free-arm embroidery, already-closed and tubular sewing projects such as trouser legs, blouses, coat pockets and small t-shirts can be embroidered with ease. For use with the 2018 Bernina 540, 570QE & 590
This foot is especially well suited for sewing seams in thicker jerseys and sweater knits using an overlock stitch. Couching thicker yarns and cords, and piping One side of the foot is higher than the other to accommodate the uneven layers encountered when seaming sweater knits or covering and inserting piping (especially corded piping) The extra space under the foot helps prevent knit fabrics from stretching as they are stitched The same groove under the foot makes it well suited for making corded piping. In many applications, corded piping can be made and applied in one operation with the help of Foot #12C (and #12C will accommodate thicker cording such as for luggage and upholstery applications)
With its hopper mechanism, Embroidery foot # 15 is ideal for darning and free-motion embroidery with or without the Bernina embroidery module. The vertical spring on the presser foot presses the sole to the fabric, preventing the material from pulling up with the needle (flagging). The result is a neat, consistent stitch pattern. What’s more, this oval foot with its slight upward tilt facilitates the stitching movement, even over bulky materials.
This foot has a wide variety of uses in decorative work, including embroidery, appliqué, satin stitch, monograms, quilting and cut work. The front of the foot is open, giving clearer visibility and the bottom of the foot has a wedge shaped indentation, which allows even satin stitching to glide under the foot without dragging while allowing the machine to stich up to 9mm wide decorative stitches.
Free-motion embroidery foot # 24 offers a whole range of advantages. Not only does it afford an optimal view of the stitching area – particularly advantageous when stitching along marked lines – its vertical spring-loaded (hopper) mechanism prevents the fabric from pulling up with the needle (flagging) when embroidering, thereby ensuring precise stitch formation. Free-motion embroidery foot # 24 lets you successfully accomplish a host of embroidery techniques: with monograms, silk ribbon or Richelieu embroidery, thread painting, and even quilting, its clever design ensures first-class sewing success and ease.
Gathering foot # 16 is suitable for gathering lightweight-to-medium weight fabrics. The fabric is gathered automatically while being sewn. What’s more, the special indentation in the sole of Gathering foot # 16 allows you to sew the material being gathered to a flat piece of fabric in a single operation. For this, the flat material is slipped into the indentation so that it isn’t gathered at the same time. Gathering foot # 16 is available in two different widths. The wider version is designed for use with sewing machines with a stitch width of up to 9 mm.
Invisible-zipper foot # 35 is ideal for inserting zippers invisibly into garment seams. In addition, this presser foot is a reliable helper when sewing home furnishings and accessories. Two diagonal grooves act as a guide, making zip insertion a breeze compared to the standard method. Located in the sole of the foot, the grooves easily accommodate the zipper coils, which are fed through at the same time as the zipper tape is guided under the foot and sewn.
Jeans foot # 8 is especially suited for sewing straight-stitched seams in tough, heavy fabrics such as denim, linen or canvas. Multi-layered fabrics also benefit from its special design. When combined with the straight-stitch plate and its narrow needle opening, which gives the needle the greatest possible stability, the flat sole of this foot makes it easier for the foot to glide over the thick layers of fabric. Jeans foot # 8 is also ideal for straight-stitching medium weight and thin materials. Please note that the new Bernina Dual Feed only works with type-D presser feet.
Jeans foot # 8D is especially suited for sewing straight-stitched seams in tough, heavy fabrics such as denim, linen or canvas. Multi-layered fabrics also benefit from its special design.When combined with the straight-stitch plate and its narrow needle opening, which gives the needle the greatest possible stability, the flat sole of this foot makes it easier for the foot to glide over the thick layers of fabric. Jeans foot # 8D is also ideal for straight-stitching medium weight and thin materials. Please note that the new BERNINA Dual Feed only works with type-D presser feet.
The Bernina elasticator foot is a must have when stitching on elastic. Compatible with… B - Bernina 700D, 800DL, 870D, 880DL C - Bernina 1100D, 1100DA, 1110D D - 1000DA, 1200DA, 1300DC E - 1150MDA, 1200MDA, 1300MDC F - 2500DCE, 2500DCET L450.L450,L460
With the blindstitch foot the hem is sewn and the edge is finished off in one step. They help ensure quick and clean work and are ideal for creating attractive blind hems on home textiles and items of clothing. Use 0.5mm for medium weight fabrics.
Bernina Overlocker Blind-stitch Foot 1.0mm is ideal for medium weight fabric and gives an invisible edge finish. Also suitable for flatlock and heirloom sewing & especially for elegant hems. Folded edges can be guided easily for sewing without cutting. The adjustable guide makes it easier to stitch blind hems. The Blindstitch foot can also be used for flatlocking along folded edges and for heirloom techniques.