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simply PERFECT seams
More stitches, more features, more stunning techniques to inspire and enhance your creativity.
Exclusively from Bernina. Micro Thread Control (mtc) lets you fine tune your stitches with incredible ease. for the best looking seams you ever saw. Featured on the M series sergers.
The M series two amazing sergers with the exclusive and patented* micro thread control.
Sew, cut and neaten in a single operationin overlock, chain or coverstitch. Innovative features make Bernina sergers delightfully easy to use and ensure professional quality down to the last stitch. The M series of sergers allow you to sew creatively with unrivalled ease. Youll be inspired by the wide range of stitches and enjoy the wealth of deluxe features that make serging an even greater pleasure.
with a flick of the wrist.
Micro Thread Control (mtc). Only from Bernina. Micro Thread Control fine tunes over-edge thread length at the turn of a knob for tight, clean results like this. Its not just more precise, its easier. Previously, to correct overhanging thread loops, you had to reset cutting width and both looper tensions. Now, one twist of the mtc knob makes a smooth, tight seam, and makes it easy to create a professional finish as you move from fabric to fabric. These edges are so perfect, you have to see them to believe them. Up to 24 stitch variations. Overlock, chainstitch, coverstitch, flatlock, rolled hem, all at your fingertips, all crisp and clean. A simple threading system. The Bernina lay-in system lets you thread quickly and directly and the automatic lower-looper threading system makes it simpler, too. Stitch widths up to 9 mm. Even lets you sew together loose knits, such as hand-knitted sweaters.
The 1300MDC and 1150MDA have a host of special features designed to make your sewing experience simpler, smarter, and more creative.
Auto threader For 2 needles. (1150 MDA)
Needle threader Easy-to-use manual tool. (1300MDC only) Rolled-hem lever Simply move the rolled-hem lever to switch effortlessly to a rolled-hem stitch and back again with no need to change the stitch plate or presser foot. Bernina exclusive.
LCD screen The clear display tells you both personal and default basic settings of stitch variations. You can also read recommended basic thread tension, and save personal settings. (1300MDC only)
Differential feed Stepless differential feed ensures wave-free seams in knits and prevents puckering in fine fabricsat the same time allowing deliberate gathering. Patented swing-out presser foot Simply swing the foot out to the side to give yourself plenty of space for easy threading and hassle-free needle change. Bernina exclusive.
Handwheel position indicator Easy, ergonomic operation. Find the ideal threading position for the needles and the lower looper quickly. Bernina exclusive. Front foot lift system The front foot lift gives an additional lift to the front of the presser foot, making it possible to accurately position multiple layers of fabric and bulky projects such as polar fleece, hand-knit sweaters and homedecorating fabrics underneath it.
Accessories in the looper cover Here youll find the most commonly used accessories, neatly arranged and right at hand.
The Bernina lay-in threading system Lets you thread quickly and directly and the automatic lower-looper threading system makes it simpler, too. Micro Thread Control Thanks to , its finally possible to directly set the over-edge thread length for the perfect seam at the twist of a knob. Bernina exclusive.
Safety switch The safety switch is activated as soon as you open the looper cover or the fabric support plate, thus preventing the accidental operation of the serger.
Professional knife drive from above Provides the greatest, most robust cutting force. Even thick fabrics wont deflect the upper knifeso all fabric edges can be trimmed safely and professionally.
Swing-out upper-knife arm The upper-knife arm can be quick-released effortlessly at the press of a button to provide more room. This is particularly advantageous when youre working in coverstitch mode or do not wish to trim the fabric edge. (1300MDC only)
Elasticator Foot The elasticator foot guides and stretches the elastic. Ideal for lingerie, swimwear, sportswear, home textiles, and more.
Blindstitch Foot The blindstitch foot features an adjustable lateral guide plate that takes the hard work out of sewing blind hems. Excellent for blind hemming, flatlocking and heirloom techniques.
Coverstitch Foot This special foot can be fitted for absolutely flawless coverstitch seams. Especially for seams, hems, bindings and decorative applications. (1300MDC only)
Versatility, simplicity, practicality and creativity.
The Bernina 800DL and 700D are especially versatile machines with practical features that make them easy to use. Whether youre working with the finest silk and satin, robust denim, thick fleece or stretch fabrics, these Bernina sergers give you the sewing results youve always dreamed of. They bring you features such as easily adjustable thread tension, thirteen stitch variations with 2, 3 or 4 threads, the Bernina lay-in threading system, the rolled hem lever and ergonomically placed differential feed and stitch-length controls. You can sew much more quickly, easily and skillfully whether youre doing creative threadwork, hard-wearing seams on stretch and woven fabrics, decorative rolled hems or gathering. The Bernina 009DCC is the ideal partner for cover and chainstitching. It brings you professional, 5-mm wide coverstitching, the standard in ready-made clothing. You can coverstitch beautiful, decorative seams or flat, joining seams for smooth comfort. Plus, gathered seams and simple, elegant hems with chainstitch. And temporary basting. All, of course, with Bernina quality, precision, and ease of use.
Sergers used to be thought of as just tools for smooth seams and finished edges. Bernina quality and innovation have made them into highly flexible tools for enhancing all sorts of garments, quilts and home-decoration projects. So, creative sewers now use them for many stunning techniquesbeautiful results that just cant happen without a serger. Nancy Bednar Author of Creative Serging
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4-thread coverstitch, wide (5.0 mm)
Durable, flat stitch for hems and seams in elastic materials. Use for flat seams, finishes with sandwiched or sewn-on elastic, and elastic binding. For the decorative topstitching of seams or elastic straps; may also be used with decorative thread in the looper (wrong-seam-side up).
3-thread coverstitch, wide (5.0 mm)/narrow (2.5mm) 1300MDC wide (5.0 mm) 009DCC
2-thread chainstitch seam, top and bottom
Having limited stretch, the chainstitch is ideal for fairly firm-woven fabrics, stabilizing seams, and bindings, as well as decorative effects in finer fabrics for garments and home textiles. May also be used for decorative seams with decorative thread in the looper (wrong-seam-side up).
5-thread safety seam, wide
The two different parallel seams and the limited elasticity of the chainstitch make this extremely hard-wearing seam ideally suited for firm-woven fabrics such as jeans, uniforms, jackets, and more. A highly elastic seam in lengthways- and crossways-stretch fabrics such as Lycra and cotton-Lycra.
4-thread overlock seam with wooly nylon thread and built-in safety seam
An elastic, highly durable seam for knits such as jersey, machine knits and tricot from any natural or synthetic fibers, as well as for hand-knits. For seams in fine- to medium-weight cotton, viscose, silk or synthetic fabrics such as batiste, crpe de chine, poplin, satin, and more.
3-thread overlock seam, wide/narrow
For neatening edges, seams, hems and facings; suitable for all fabrics. A soft, elastic seam for fine knits. For decorative and quickly sewn edge finishes, as well as effect seams in fairly firm-woven fabrics, fluffy or furry materials and sturdy knits.
3-thread super-stretch (with wooly nylon thread) 3-thread flatlock seam, wide/narrow (with decorative thread) 3-thread rolled seam
A highly elastic seam in lengthways- and crossways-stretch fabrics such as Lycra and cotton-Lycra. For a flat, decorative seam in woven fabrics. Excellent for patchwork.
A light seam for the finest silk, cotton or synthetic fiber jerseys. Perfect for sewing on or inserting lace. An attractive, quickly sewn edge finish for all fine fabrics.
3-thread rolled hem
2-thread overlock seam, wide/narrow (edgewrapped with wooly nylon thread) 2-thread flatlock seam, wide/ narrow (with decor. thread) 2-thread rolled hem
Fine for all fabrics. For neatening edges, seams, hems and facings, reversible edge finishes. Use for firm-woven fabrics, fluffy or furry materials and sturdy knits.
A flat, elastic, decorative seam for knits and woven fabrics. Ideal for patchwork. Edge finish on hems, ruffles and flounces in fine- and light-woven fabrics or jerseys. Excellent for inserting lace in fine batiste.
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Deluxe features and threading aids
Needle threader Automatic lower-looper and chain-looper threader for machines with chainstitch Swing-out presser footA Bernina Exclusive Handwheel position indicatorA Bernina Exclusive Color-coded threading paths and diagram in looper cover Lay-in threading system Automatic tension release when presser foot lifted Differential-feed and stitch-length setting LCD display of the recommended settings Saving of personal settings on the LCD Accessories in looper cover Sewing light Safety switch activated when covers opened
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automatic yes yes yes yes yes yes right yes yes yes
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mtc thread controlA Bernina Exclusive
Overlock seam width Knife drive from above Two-step lift Front foot liftA Bernina Exclusive Three-step presser foot pressure Rolled-hem lever built into stitch plate Sewing speeds of up to 1500 SPM
yes 39 mm yes 6+2 mm yes yes yes yes
37 mm yes 5+2 mm stepless yes yes
5+2 mm stepless yes
Standard and optional accessories
Exclusive combination presser foot for overlock and chainstitch, with built-in tape guide Standard serger presser foot with built-in tape guide Standard serger presser foot Coverstitch Compensating Foot Chainstitch Foot Set of needles (5) Special coverstitch needle set (3 needles) Waste collector for excess fabric Seam guide Blindstitch Foot Elasticator Foot Multi-Purpose Foot Cording Foot Gathering Foot Gathering Attachment Coverstitch Hem Guide Upper-looper converter Tools and accessories in separate bag Dust cover yes yes yes yes yes optional yes yes optional optional optional optional optional yes yes yes yes yes yes optional yes yes optional optional optional optional yes yes yes optional yes yes optional optional optional optional optional optional optional optional yes yes yes optional yes yes optional optional optional optional optional optional optional optional optional yes yes yes optional yes optional optional optional optional optional optional yes yes
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To become proficient in basic cover stitching.
Cover Stitch Basics by Nancy Bednar
Simple knit garments are made ready-to-wear attractive by the addition of cover stitch accents at hems and necklines. Make exact copies of high-end garments for a fraction of the cost by using a stitch pattern that is used in garments from mid- to high-end design lines. The following machine features and accessories are used in this serger lesson: Note: Not all of these features are found on all models of BERNINA sergers. Cover Stitch Mode Cover Stitch Foot with Floating Toes Standard Presser Foot with Tape Guide Cover Stitch Hem Guide Simply described, a Cover Stitch is a serged stitch using two or three needles and a dedicated lower looper. The upper knife is disengaged, so no fabric is cut. This enables the sewer to serge anywhere on a garment and not be restricted to the edges only. The cover stitch is often found in sportswear hems and neckline finishes. Use a contrasting thread in the needles to replicate high-end ready-to-wear looks.
Wide Cover Stitch, Top Narrow Cover Stitch, Top
BERNINA serger with Cover Stitch capability.
- Create 6 cover stitch samples. - Use the floating toes of the Cover Stitch Foot as a guide when stitching seams, hems, and necklines. - Use the Cover Stitch Hem Guide to stitch perfectly placed hems.
Proficiency in stitching cover stitch hems and necklines in knit and woven fabrics.
The stitch appears on the upper surface of the fabric as two or three parallel lines of straight stitching (top left); underneath (lower left), the looper thread forms a zigzag pattern between two parallel lines of chain-like stitching. There is no right or wrong side to the cover stitch; either can be used on the outside of a garment or other project. In fact, exposed seams have been very popular in ready-to-wear for many years. The Cover Stitch Foot is a Standard Accessory with BERNINA sergers that have Cover Stitch capability. When serging along an edge, the two floating toes help compensate for the uneven layers of fabric under the foot.
Wide Cover Stitch, Bottom Narrow Cover Stitch, Bottom
Cover Stitch Foot Standard Accessory with 1300MDC and 009DCC jdanklefsen 10/2007
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Denim or other heavy woven fabric One 6 x 10 (horizontal) rectangle Jersey or T-Shirt Knit: Three 6 x 10 (horizontal) rectangles Four 5 x 6 (horizontal) rectangles Sweatshirt Knit or Fleece One 6 x 10 (horizontal) rectangle Serger thread, such as Mettler Metrocor or YLI Elite Premium Serging Thread 009DCC: 3 spools 1300MDC: 4 spools Wash-Away Wonder Tape Standard Foot with Tape Guide (optional) Cover Stitch Foot Cover Stitch Hem Guide
Duplicate Ready-to-Wear Garment Hems This well-engineered accessory ensures perfectly stitched (15 mm) to 1 (25 mm) wide hems every time, holding pre-folded fabric edges in position as they pass under the Cover Stitch Foot. With the Cover Stitch Hem Guide, there is no excess fabric to trim from the wrong side of the fabric after stitching the hem. Sample 1: Fabric one 6 x 10 rectangle of denim or upholstery fabric Set Up Wide Cover Stitch (Left and Right needles) regular serger thread in needles and looper Cover Stitch Foot, Cover Stitch Hem Guide Attach the Cover Stitch Hem Guide to the serger following the instructions included with the guide. Fold and press a 1 hem to the wrong side of the fabric, along the crosswise grain (10 side of fabric). Place fabric into the guide as shown, with the turned up edge wrapped around the guide as shown. Adjust the guide to fit the 1 hem. Serge hem. Sample 2: Fabric one 6 x 10 rectangle of jersey or t-shirt knit Set Up Wide Cover stitch (Left and Right needles) or 1300MDC 3-Needle Cover stitch (Left, Center, and Right needles) Regular serger thread in needles and looper Cover Stitch Foot and Cover stitch Hem Guide Same as Sample 1, but set Differential Feed to 1.5, adjusting as needed to prevent stretching and/or rippling of fabric.
TIP: When cover stitching a hem without the Cover Stitch Hem Guide, fuse the hem allowance in place with a narrow strip of fusible web. This will prevent the knit fabric from stretching along the crosswise grain as it is cover stitched into place.
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Wash-Away Wonder Tape Keep folded edges and seams in placewithout pinsusing Wash-Away Wonder Tape. This adhesive basting tape is specially formulated NOT to gum up needles.
Overlapped, Flat Seams Reduce bulk by overlapping seam allowances and serging them together. The excess fabric is trimmed next to the stitching on the wrong side, simulating the look of a flat-felled seam in a flash. Sample 3: Fabric two 5 x 6 rectangles of knit jersey or t-shirt knit Set Up Wide Cover Stitch (Left and Right needles) Regular serger thread in needles and looper Cover Stitch Foot and Cover Stitch Hem Guide Mark 1 seam allowances on one 5 side of each square along the lengthwise grain. Fold under the marked seam allowance (5 side) of one square. If desired, use Wash-Away Wonder Tape to hold in place. Place folded edge over the seam allowance of the remaining knit square, matching marked seam lines. Hold in place with additional Wash-Away Wonder Tape. Place overlapped edges under the Serger Cover Stitch Foot with the fold to the right, aligning the fold with the inner edge of the right toe. Serge. From wrong side, trim excess fabric close to stitching. Sample 4: Fabric two 5 x 6 rectangles of knit jersey or t-shirt knit Set Up Wide Cover Stitch (Left and Right needles) Regular serger thread in needles and looper Cover Stitch Foot, Cover Stitch Hem Guide Same as Sample 3, but fold seam allowances along the crosswise grain, and adjust the Differential Feed to 1.5 or more, as needed, to compensate for the extra stretchiness of the crosswise grain of the knit fabric.
009DCC Cover & Chain 3-Thread Wide Cover Stitch, and 2-Thread Chain Stitch A great addition to the sewing studio which is already home to a serger, the 009DCC is a cover and chain stitch only machine.
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Eliminate Garment Facings Because the reverse side of the cover stitch has such a wide band of thread, a simple pressed edge is all that is needed to finish a neckline. Skip time-consuming cutting out, interfacing, and sewing of facings; simply press - to the wrong side and cover stitch in place, covering the raw edge. Sample 6: Fabric one 6 x 10 rectangle of sweatshirt knit or fleece Set Up Wide Cover Stitch (Left and Right needles), Regular serger thread in needles and looper, Cover Stitch Foot Cut a round, half-circle neckline in one long side of the rectangle as shown. Press under ; hold in place using Wash-Away Wonder Tape. Place neck edge right side up under the Serger Cover Stitch Foot, aligning the folded edge with the inner edge of the right toe. Serge; the looper threads will cover the raw edges of the neckline hem. From the wrong side, trim excess fabric close to stitching.
1300MDC 3-Thread Narrow Cover Stitch, 3-Thread Wide Cover Stitch, 4-Thread Triple Cover Stitch and 2-Thread Chain Stitch In addition to Cover and Chain stitch capabilities, the 1300MDC overlocks, flatlocks, stitches rolled hems and wrapped edges, and has the ability to combine overlock and chain stitching in one operation to produce a true industrial seam.
Sample 7: Fabric one 6 x 10 rectangle of knit jersey or t-shirt knit Set Up Wide Cover Stitch (Left & Right needles) or 1300MDC Narrow Cover Stitch (Left & Center or Center & Left needles), Regular serger thread in needles and looper, Cover Stitch Foot Same as Sample 6 (1300MDCuse a narrow cover stitch on the lighter weight fabric).
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