Pin It For A Chance To Win The BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition!

This great BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition can be yours! Choose your favorite B 530 SE image and pin it with a chance to win this new addition to the BERNINA family.


BERNINA Celebrates National Sewing Month!

Join BERNINA at WeAllSew as we celebrate all this month with super sewing giveaways!


Make It Yours: 7 Series Hover Feature

This is the first in a series of tips I am sharing with you, proud new owners of BERNINA 7 Series sewing machines, as I discover new and exciting features on my new B 780.


Join the Fun During Our Back to School Pinterest Sweepstakes for a Chance to Win!

It is here, the Back to School season has started and from the little ones to college kids everybody gets in gear to get ready for school! In time for the season join us to pin your favorite Back to School project on Pinterest for a chance to win a fun BERNINA backpack!


Easy DIY Quilt Hanging Sleeve – Almost Entirely by Machine!

Do you put off adding sleeves to your quilts because of all the hand stitching? Here’s a clever way to securely add a quilt sleeve almost entirely by machine. Only a few inches of hand-stitching required!


Swiss Edition

Pin It For A Chance To Win The BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition!

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This great BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition can be yours! Choose your favorite B 530 SE image and pin it with a chance to win this new addition to the BERNINA family.


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4 Favorite Needle Info Links

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Finding good information on sewing machine needles can be like, well, finding a needle in a haystack!


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How to Use the Adapter Set for Free-Arm Embroidery: FREE Video Tutorial

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Embroidering on onesies and children’s t-shirts can be a challenge, but a free-arm adapter makes it easy!


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Please Welcome the New Swiss Edition to the BERNINA Family!

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Striking in functionality and color, the BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition is here! The new addition to the BERNINA family offers optimum stitch control, automatic one-step buttonhole and a wide range of stitches.


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Thank You for Helping Us Reach 100,000 Facebook Likes!

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We LOVE our fans! To celebrate reaching this milestone we have a little surprise for the first 100 readers to comment on this post. Click to find out more!


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How to Sew Leather

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One of the issues when working with leathers and vinyl materials is keeping the presser foot gliding smoothly across the surface without dragging; another is how to sew seams that are flat and bulk-free. Here’s a presser foot that solves both problems: Non-Stick Open Embroidery Foot #56.


DIY Lace Insertion

DIY Lace Insertion in the Mega Hoop

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Renee’ Spell of Elegant Stitches in Cary, NC knows a whole lot about heirloom stitching and has spent years sewing adult and children’s clothing. She wanted to utilize one of the many features and built-in stitches on the BERNINA 880. She created this beautiful lace insertion using Italian organdy adhered to Floriani Wet N Gone stabilizer, the Mega Hoop, and embroidery design #26 from folder #2 on the BERNINA 880.


meet Linda Teufel and Juliette Lanvers

Meet Juliette Lanvers and Linda Teufel

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Many of the projects and technique posts here on WeAllSew are contributed by our BERNINA Ambassadors: meet Juliette Lanvers and Linda Teufel.


September is National Sewing Month

BERNINA Celebrates National Sewing Month!

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Join BERNINA at WeAllSew as we celebrate all this month with super sewing giveaways!


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How to Move a Design from Your Computer to Your Embroidery Machine – In the Right Format!

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You’ve purchased an embroidery design and have it safely tucked away in a folder on your computer. The next step: Send the design to your embroidery machine. But how do you know which files to send?