Meet the New BERNINA Tula Pink Special Edition Machines
Just when you thought a BERNINA sewing machine couldn’t get more magical, we present to you the new BERNINA 770 QE and BERNINA 570 QE Tula Pink Special Edition machines! Inspired by our friend Tula Pink, these machines are truly the coveted “unicorns” of the sewing world.
Both the B 770 and the B 570 machines feature a sleek white with grey polka dotted faceplate and are accented with the signature Tula Pink Hardware rainbow oil slick finish. In addition to being gorgeous, they also have some unique features and a spectacular bundle of accessories that come with them! With the B 770 QE, you’ll receive a travel suitcase for both your machine and the embroidery module. Both models come with an exclusive fabric dust cover embroidered with Tula Pink’s logo.Maybe the coolest thing about these machines is a Special Edition feature we’ve never done before—exclusive decorative stitches! Both the B 770 QE and the B 570 QE come with 28 new decorative stitches, all inspired by all-star motifs from Tula Pink’s fabric designs.
Another bonus with these machines is embroidery designs! They’ll come to you on a USB stick loaded with designs from OESD which includes three Tula Pink collections (including one that is ONLY available with the special edition machines).
You can even stitch out the very cool freestanding lace Oh Deer! and Unicorn Trophy mounts. Want to play with software and customize these designs? Don’t worry—you’ll get Toolbox Editing software to do whatever you need.
Your new Tula Pink themed sewing room wouldn’t be complete without all the proper tools! Both machines come with an exclusive tin filled with Tula Pink Hardware including a 45 mm ergonomic rotary cutter, four pairs of scissors, a seam ripper, and Swiss-style tweezers.Ready to add a little more magic to your sewing life? Visit your local BERNINA dealer for more information about these machines!
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Are there step by step instructions on how to set up my machine for the first time? Thanks, Beth