Share Your Halloween Selfie For a Chance to Win a bernette Chicago 5!

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One grand prize winner will win a bernette Chicago 5. Good luck!


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!


“Inspired by Libby” Quilt Exhibit

When invited to make an auction quilt for a special exhibit called Inspired by Libby, Laura Wasilowski responded with an enthusiastic “Of course I will!!” Drawing on Libby Lehman’s Leaves in Living Color for inspiration, she created this beautiful piece of art.


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How to Apply Cording for a Quick Edge Finish

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Need a quick way to finish the outer edge of a book cover, bag, or wall hanging? This simple couching method uses a 4 mm-6 mm cord and can be sewn to an edge that is finished (faced or lined), folded, or has two or more layers of raw edges.


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Share Your Halloween Selfie For a Chance to Win a bernette Chicago 5!

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Snap, Tag, Win, it is that easy!
One grand prize winner will win a bernette Chicago 5. Good luck!


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BERNINA Sews Pink For The Cause

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Everybody has a story. Whether it is a family member, a close friend or a colleague, we all know somebody we are close to and that we care about that fights it . . . breast cancer!


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Seven Reasons Why I Love my BERNINA Sewing Machine for Free-Motion Quilting

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How much does Molly Hanson, free-motion quilter and author of Free-Motion Quilting for Beginners (and those who think they can’t), love her BERNINA sewing machines for free-motion quilting? Let’s count the ways . . .


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Meet BERNINA Ambassador Teri Lucas

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Quilter and teacher Teri Lucas is a frequent contributor to WeAllSew – and one of our many über-talented BERNINA Ambassadors.


How to Digitize Your Own Split-Letter Monogram

How to Digitize Your Own Split Letter Monograms

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It’s surprisingly easy to digitize your own split-letter monogram following Rhea Lucovsky’s excellent instructions. Stitch them on pillows, burlap or linen for framing, blankets, and more for personalized gifts that are sure to be treasured.


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Perfect Patchwork Piecing Tip: Elmer’s School Glue!

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A simple but brilliant tip for perfect piecing.


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How to Sew Buttonholes: FREE Video Tutorial

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What inspires more fear in the hearts of novice – and even practiced – sewists than zippers? Buttonholes!


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Embroidery Basics: How to Make Free-Standing Lace

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Creating free-standing lace with the embroidery machine is one of those techniques that look very difficult to create, but are really SO easy!


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Meet Julie Eilber of Jet Set Sewing

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Meet Julie Eilber, one of our newest WeAllSew Experts.On her blog, JetSetSewing.com, she shares the pleasures and pitfalls of working with vintage patterns, reconstructing Chanel-style jackets, and creating copies of garments by designers such as Charles James, Elsa Schiaparelli, Madame Vionnet and Claire McCardell.