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Bernina Presser Feet

BERNINA offers the most extensive selection of presser feet in the home sewing market, For every sewing project or application you will find the right foot here!!!

  • ZigZag Foot 0

    ZigZag Foot 0

    • For all sewing with straight stitch, zigzag and all forward feed stitches.
    • The sole of the foot is flat in front of the needle, providing additional fabric control
    • Especially useful to reduce flagging in fine fabrics, promoting perfect stitch formation
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  • Reverse Pattern Foot 1 or 1C

    Reverse Pattern Foot 1 or 1C

    • Use this foot for all work using forward feed or reverse feed stitches.
    • Use this foot for all work using forward feed or reverse feed stitches
    • The sole of the foot has a slight indentation both in front and in back of the needle, allowing the free passage of the thread while reverse motion stitches are formed
    • This promotes balanced stitch formation where the fabric is moving back-and-forth while reverse motion stitches are formed
    • Owners of 9mm rotary models 1630 and 180 should consider using Foot #1C (9mm), which will better match the wider feed dog on these models
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  • Overlock Foot 2/2A

    Overlock Foot 2/2A

    • Achieve perfect results with overlock seams, hems using overlock stitches, and oversewing seam edges.
    • This foot is equipped with a pin which acts in a similar manner as the stitch finger on a serger. When the pin is placed along the edge of the fabric, it reinforces the edge as the stitch forms, preventing tunneling of the fabric
    • The right side of the sole is cut away so the stitched edge of the fabric can move smoothly under the foot without any unnecessary pulling or stretching
    • The vari-overlock stitch on all computerized model Berninas is preprogrammed so that the right swing of the needle will fall just off and to the right of the pin, which will prevent the fabric from tunneling
    • Another application for this foot is sewing a narrow satin stitch. The satin stitch can be formed over the pin for a raised satin effect such as in charted needle work. Using the pin in the foot rather than knitting needles simplifies the process, especially for beginners
    • Owners of the artista 180 should consider using Foot #2A, which has a wider sole to better match the wider feed dog
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  • Buttonhole Foot 3/3C

    Buttonhole Foot 3/3C New

    • For manual buttonholes of any length, with or without gimp.
    • Use this buttonhole foot whenever manual buttonholes are indicated such as for extra long or extra small buttonholes, or in difficult areas with uneven thicknesses of fabrics such as narrow collar stands
    • Use this foot to sew buttonholes with or without gimp
    • The sole of the foot has two grooves, which allow the fabric to move freely even as thread builds up to form the beads of the buttonhole. The guide between the grooves helps keep the beads of the buttonhole parallel, even when long buttonholes are sewn
    • The slight indentation in the front of the foot allows the free passage of the thread as the stitching reverses to complete the buttonhole
    • The center "toe" (prong) in the front of the foot can be used to hook gimp or cord. It is used for corded buttonholes, gathering with cord or sewing shirring elastic.
    • This foot can also be used for whip-and-roll edges in fine fabrics like batiste (Swiss edge)
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  • Buttonhole Foot with Slide 3A

    Buttonhole Foot with Slide 3A

    • For fully automatic, repeatable buttonholes with or without gimp.
    • Use this foot on computerized Bernina’s for electronically memorized, fully automatic buttonholes with or without gimp. (This foot fits all computerized models with automatic buttonhole capability).
    • The unique design of Bernina's Automatic Buttonhole foot actually measures the length of the buttonhole as it is being stitched. Every subsequent buttonhole is sewn to the exact same length. Only the starting point of each buttonhole needs to be marked.
    • The sliding frame of the foot provides improved fabric guidance while the buttonhole is being stitched. It also provides very good visibility
    • On most recent computerized models this foot can also be used with additional stitch programs such as the mending programs
    • artista models can also sew automatic buttonholes with pre-programmed length (entered directly or by the "button-on-screen" method) with the help of Foot #3A.
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  • Buttonhole Foot with Slide 3B/3C

    Buttonhole Foot with Slide 3B/3C

    • To make buttonholes with or without gimp. This foot can be used on any machine instead of the standard Foot #3 to give a clearer view and easier sewing of buttonholes.
    • The sliding frame of the foot provides improved fabric guidance while the buttonhole is being stitched
    • This foot is particularly effective in making perfect counted stitch buttonholes (models 1090s, activas, virtuosas)
    • The red marker (slide) makes it very easy to reproduce identical buttonholes when buttonholes are stitched "manually" (like on mechanical models)
    • The foot is designed to hold gimp for easy corded buttonholes
    • The shank of the foot can hold a seam guide for easy placement of buttonholes along the opening of a garment.
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  • Zipper Foot 4

    Zipper Foot 4

    • Zipper insertion is made easy with this especially designer foot. You can also use Foot#4 for making and attaching pipings, welting and attaching snap tape.
    • The "centered toe" of this foot rides close to the zipper coil while holding the fabric and zipper tape in contact with the feed dog
    • The notches on each side of the foot provide excellent fabric control aroundethe needle and help eliminate skipped stitches when sewing in zippers. At the same time, they allow the needle to stitch "just inside the edge" of the foot, for better precision
    • Note: This foot requires that the "far left" or "far right" needle positions be used.
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  • BlindHem Foot #5

    BlindHem Foot #5

    • Sew professional blind hems by machine for a stronger, more even hem.
    • This foot was designed specifically for the stitching of a turned hem
    • The foot has a black or silver metal blade which guides and keeps the folded edge of the fabric in the right position for stitching, allowing the needle to penetrate the fold, taking tiny stitches
    • The blade extends from the front to the back of the stitching point, creating a slightly loose stitch as the machine zigzags over the blade to "bite" into the fold. The blind hem will not pucker and the stitching will not create tucks in the fabric
    • The blindstitch can be adjusted by varying the width of the stitch, which promotes greater precision (than an adjustable guide)
    • This foot can be used for edgestitching along straight edges with limited needle positions. The use of Foot #10 or #10C is recommended for most edgestitching, especially along curved edges and on finer fabrics
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  • Embroidery Foot #6

    Embroidery Foot #6

    • This foot is sometimes called "appliqueé" foot. It is particularly suited for embroidery with decorative stitches, satin stitches, appliqué and couching fine yarns.
    • The bottom of the foot has a wedge shaped indentation, which allows even satin stitching to glide under the foot without dragging. The angle in the indentation makes it possible to turn curves easily
    • The toes of the foot are shorter, compared to a regular zigzag foot, for greater maneuverability while sewing (you can turn the fabric more easily for smoother stitching lines, an important asset when embellishing fabric
    • There is a small hole in the metal bridge at the front of the foot which allows a narrow cord to be guided perfectly down the center of the stitching for raised edges and appliqué
    • In lighter weight fabrics, the metal bridge of Foot #6 provides additional fabric control and helps prevent tunneling
    • There is a notch on each side of the foot providing a reference mark for the needle. This makes it possible to easily position the fabric "on the mark" when stitching decorative work.
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  • Tailor Tack Foot #7

    Tailor Tack Foot #7

    • The ridge causes loops to be formed when the zigzag stitch is used. Especially suitable for tailor-tacking. Further uses: fagoting (imitation hemstitch), fringe- and terrycloth embroidery, etc.
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  • Jean Foot 8

    Jean Foot 8

    • This foot makes sewing straight stitch seams in thick, hard fabrics and straight stitching over thick seams possible.
    • The single needle hole provides extra stability for the needle even as it crosses thick bulky areas
    • The narrow groove in the sole of the foot, behind the needle, allows heavy threads to pass under the foot, preventing skipped stitches when topstitching
    • Use this foot in combination with a size 100 or 110 when sewing thick, dense fabrics (as when hemming jeans). This foot is uniquely designed to actively brace a size 100 or 110 needle and help prevent needle breakage when sewing through heavy layers
    • Jeans Foot #8 can also be used with a size 70 ballpoint needle to sew fine knit fabrics without puckering and wrinkling.
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  • Darning Foot 9

    Darning Foot 9

    • The vertical spring action presses the darning foot to the fabric, preventing the fabric from lifting along with the needle, and thereby ensuring reliable stitch formation. This obvisously makes for perfect darning, but this foot can also be used for quilting light.to medium-weight quilts.
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  • Edge Stitch Foot 10/10C

    Edge Stitch Foot 10/10C

    • One of the most versatile feet made by Bernina, #10 is use by many on every sewing project. This foot is designed to allow perfectly placed stitches along edges and seams. Use it for any form of stitching where a straight guide is required.
    • Edge stitching with all needle positions
    • edge stitching on hems
    • tucks
    • fine edging (with or without cord)
    • decorative edges
    • sewing on lace and ribbon
    • stitching-in-the-ditch
    • The guide (blade) in the front of the foot serves as a reference when stitching along an edge. The guide on Foot #10 is shorter than that of Blindhem Foot #5, allowing greater maneuverability when stitching curved edges and providing more stability on lightweight fabrics
    • Owners of 9mm rotary models 1630 and 180 should consider using Foot #10C (9mm), which will better match the wider feed dog on these models.
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  • Cordonette Foot 11

    Cordonette Foot 11

    • Add designer touches to your sewing with topstitching, using heavy threads in the needle.
    • A 2mm groove in the sole of this foot allows heavier threads such as cordonnet and buttonhole twist to pass freely under the foot after the stitches are formed. The groove is gradually tapered away towards the back of the foot to promote good fabric control and facilitate the turning of curves
    • Use this foot also to couch heavier yarns or cords. The 5.5mm opening of this foot will accommodate many weights and textures of cord, yarn or thread
    • Other applications for this foot include Passementerie and Novelty covered wire (where satin stitching is sewn over wire to produce accents for wreaths, gift wraps and crafts).
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  • Bulky Overlock/Braiding Foot 12/12C

    Bulky Overlock/Braiding Foot 12/12C

    • This foot was developed for 9mm model Berninas 1630, artista 180 thru 200). However, it can be used on all models Bernina for bulkier applications.
    • 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)
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  • Straight Stitch Foot 13

    Straight Stitch Foot 13

    • For all straight stitch work such as seaming, quilt piecing and topstitching.
    • The small needle hole provides excellent fabric control. This foot is especially useful with difficult or delicate fabrics such as charmeuse, fine silks, etc.
    • The toes of this foot are open and provide very good visibility while stitching
    • Use the edges of the foot for approximate 1/4" and 1/8" seam allowances
    • For very delicate or difficult fabrics, consider the use of a straight stitch plate (Models 130-180, Models 1000-1630) in combination with Foot #13 for maximum fabric control.
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  • Zipper Foot w/Guide 14

    Zipper Foot w/Guide 14

    • The easiest way to sew in zippers!
    • The adjustable guide on the top of the foot allows for even topstitching when inserting a zipper. The guide can be used on either side of the foot (just by sliding it), for added flexibility
    • Use this foot for simplified insertion of centered, lapped, separating and exposed zippers
    • Use this foot also for edge and top stitching from 1/16" - 5/8" (0.2-1.6cm)
    • Wide tucks are easily and accurately sewn with the help of the adjustable guide on Foot #14.
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  • Free Motion Embroidery Foot 15

    Free Motion Embroidery Foot 15 New

    • The oval presser-foot shape with a slight upwards bend facilitates the movement of the embroidery module in the case of bulky materials.
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  • Gathering Foot 16

    Gathering Foot 16 New

    • Gathering is easy with the right foot! Use the Wide Gathering Foot #16 to gather single layers of fabric in all fabric types.
    • The slot of the foot allows the gathering of one piece of fabric while it is being attached to another (ungathered) layer. A ruffle can be made and attached in one operation
    • The amount of gathering can be adjusted by varying stitch length and needle thread tension
    • For heavier fabrics, the use of the long stitch or basting stitch will facilitate gathering
    • The distance between rows of gathering ranges from a minimum of 3/16" (5mm) to a maximum of 3/8" (10mm)
    • For applications where exact control of the gathering ratio is required, consider the use of the Bernina® Ruffler (# 86).
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  • Button Sew-On Foot 18

    Button Sew-On Foot 18 New

    • Sewing buttons by machines is a lot faster! The new anti-slide sole stops the button moving while sewing.
    • This foot makes it a breeze to sew on buttons, press studs/snap fasteners, hooks and eyes
    • There is an adjustable pin mounted to the front of the foot which will automatically create a thread shank. The thread shank can be made to the required length for a wide variety of applications, from blouse and shirts to heavy coats
    • The adjustable pin can be removed if a thread shank is not needed (as when hooks and eyes are sewn).
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  • Open Toe Embroidery Foot 20/20C/56

    Open Toe Embroidery Foot 20/20C/56

    • 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
    • The bottom of the foot has a wedge shaped indentation, which allows even satin stitching to glide under the foot without dragging. The angle in the indentation makes it possible to turn curves easily
    • The toes of the foot are shorter, compared to a regular zigzag foot, for greater maneuverability while sewing (you can turn the fabric more easily for smoother stitching lines, an important asset when embellishing fabric)
    • On 9mm rotary models 1630 and 180, Foot #20C (9mm) allows the use of the wider decorative stitches these machines offer.
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  • Braiding Foot #21

    Braiding Foot #21

    • This finely engeneered foot is designed for couching thicker yarns and narrow braid. Use it also for sewing raised or padded satin stitch, passementerie, etc.
    • A hole in the front of the foot guides the cord or yarn so that you can focus on the stitching line
    • The deep groove under the foot accommodates the cord while it is being couched.
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  • Cording Foot 22 or 25

    Cording Foot 22 or 25

    • Add texture and surface detail to all types of fabrics by sewing on cord, wool, and decorative yarns
    • This foot is uniquely designed to guide the strands being couched while making it easy to insert the strands into the foot. A swing-out spring blade is mounted on top of the grooves. Swing the blade open and you have free access to the grooves. Simply close the blade and you are ready to sew.
    • A special slit on the side of the foot further facilitates the insertion of the strands
    • The three grooves in Foot #22 are larger (compared to Foot #25) to accommodate thicker threads, yarns or cords
    • For finer threads, yarns or cords, consider the use of Foot #25 (Cording Foot – 5 grooves).
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  • Applique Foot 23

    Applique Foot 23

    • Accurate satin stitching with improved visibility.
    • The clear sole of this foot makes it easier to track the stitching line for greater precision
    • The groove under the foot is designed to channel a precise 2mm satin stitch width. This narrow groove is the secret to accurate and finely detailed appliqué. The groove curves smoothly on both sides at the back of the foot, allowing free-form versatility in the line of stitching
    • The narrow groove in the sole makes this foot particularly well suited for making baby-cord piping as well.
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  • Freehand Embroidery Foot 24

    Freehand Embroidery Foot 24

    • When greater visibility is required in darning, freehand embroidery, monograms and outline quilting.
    • This foot is very similar in design to the regular darning Foot #9. However, its sole is open in the front for improved visibility. You can see the needle more clearly while stitching
    • Combined with Bernina's Hopper Mechanism, this foot gives excellent fabric control (no flagging) while the stitches are being formed as well as the ability to move the project freely under the foot.
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  • Embroidery Foot (Drop Shaped) 26

    Embroidery Foot (Drop Shaped) 26

    • The drop-shaped needle opening and the shape of the presser-foot sole reduce damage to the upper thread and facilitate an attractive embroidery result. Suitable for embroidering with the embroidery module and for darning thin fabrics.
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  • Freehand Quilting Foot 29/29C

    Freehand Quilting Foot 29/29C

    • The preferred foot for freehand quilting, freehand monograms and freehand embroidery.
    • This foot has a CLEAR sole, for improved visibility.
    • The 9mm wide needle opening and the "coded" eye on the 29C allows the use of any stitch at any width and contributes to good visibility
    • Combined with Bernina's Hopper Mechanism, this foot gives excellent fabric control (no flagging) while the stitches are being formed as well as the ability to move the project freely under the foot
    • For models 1000-1630, the shank is longer compared to Foot #29, to better work with thinner battings (This foot will work with all model Berninas 800 series, 900 series, 1000-1630)
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  • Pintuck Foot 30/31/32/33

    Pintuck Foot 30/31/32/33

    • Bernina's pintuck feet make it a breeze to sew exact parallel rows of tucks, from the most delicate look in fine heirloom fabrics to raised, corded tucks in heavier fabrics.
    • Foot #31 is well suited for pintucking in medium weight fabrics, couching medium weight cords and yarns, and faggotting. The five precisely spaced grooves in the sole of the foot help guide each row of stitching by using the previous row as a guide. A seam guide can be inserted in the back of the foot for widely spaced tucks. Use the unique cord guiding hole in the needle plate of your Bernina® to produce corded pintucks effortlessly
    • The five groove #31 is best used with a double needle up to 3mm. Remember to activate your double needle limitation on your machine
    • For heavy fabrics, consider the use of Foot #30
    • For fine to medium weight fabrics, consider the use of Foot #32
    • For very fine fabrics, consider the use of Foot #33.
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  • Clear Foot 34/34C

    Clear Foot 34/34C

    • Use this foot for all work using forward feed or reverse feed stitches.
    • Use this foot for all work using forward feed or reverse feed stitches
    • The sole of the foot has a slight indentation both in front and in back of the needle, allowing the free passage of the thread while reverse motion stitches are formed
    • This promotes balanced stitch formation where the fabric is moving back-and-forth while reverse motion stitches are formed
    • Owners of 9mm rotary models 1630 and 180 should consider using Foot #1C (9mm), which will better match the wider feed dog on these models
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  • Invisible Zipper Foot 35

    Invisible Zipper Foot 35 New

    • This foot lets you insert invisible zips correctly. Covered zips look particularly elegant in garments, home dec and accessories.
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  • Patchwork Foot 37

    Patchwork Foot 37

    • This foot is indispensable for quilters. It makes easy work of piecing with seam allowances of 1/4" and 1/8".
    • Use the edges of the foot for accurate 1/4" piecing
    • The inside of the toes provides an accurate 1/8" seaming guide
    • The foot has 1/4" markings both behind the needle and in front of the needle for accurate pivoting of corners
    • For very delicate or difficult fabrics, consider the use of a straight stitch plate in combination with Foot #37 for maximum fabric control.
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  • Piping Foot 38

    Piping Foot 38

    • While piping adds interest and definition to a project, it can also pose a stitching challenge -- unless foot #38 is used! This foots is ideally suited for fine uncorded piping on medium to heavy-weight fabrics.
    • A ridge in the sole of the foot under the left edge provides a guide for the piping edge. The right hand side of the sole is hollowed out, allowing the free passage of the added thickness of the piping
    • Use this foot for straight or curved piping applications. Piping can also be successfully applied to corners with the help of Foot #38 Use this foot also for edge stitching along bulky trims such as webbing, strapping and hook-and-loop tape.
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  • Sideways Motion 40c

    Sideways Motion 40c

    • Widen your stitching horizon with sideways motion!
    • Foot #40C is required for sewing out the large (sideways motion) embroidery designs available in 9mm model sewing systems. While the foot resembles the Reverse Pattern Foot #1C, it differs in a few significant ways The indentation on the bottom of the foot is more rounded on the sides to allow the smooth sideways passage of thread and fabric There is no cut-out in the sole of the foot to allow thread passage: this makes for a smoother edge around the stitching which allows more even feed of the fabric, especially when moving sideways NOTE: Foot #40C is for use with 9mm model sewing systems only
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  • FreeMotion Couching Foot 43

    FreeMotion Couching Foot 43 New

    • This presser foot allows you to feed cords, ribbons and braid directly under the needle, so that lines and shapes of any sort can be precisely guided and sewn on.
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  • Dual Sole Walking Foot 50

    Dual Sole Walking Foot 50 New

    • This foot is indispensable when additional control is needed to feed the project being sewn.
    • In a tradition of continuous technical improvements, Bernina recently redesigned this Walking Foot. It now includes two interchangeable soles, one designed for sewing with difficult or slippery fabrics and one designed for quilting
    • Use the "sewing" sole for sewing on leather, velvet, for matching plaids, etc. There are both 1/4" and 1/8" markings on the sole to serve as seam and cornering guides
    • Use the "quilting" sole when machine quilting. The new quilting sole has an "open toe" configuration to improve visibility when quilting. It also provides 1/4" and 1/8" markings to serve as seam and cornering guides. The back of the quilting sole is designed to reduce drag on the quilt, further promoting perfect feed
  • Roller Foot 51

    Roller Foot 51 New

  • Teflon ZigZag Foot 52

    Teflon ZigZag Foot 52

    • The 52 Teflon ZigZag foot is used when sewing with straight stitch, zigzag
    • and all forward feed stitches. The sole of the foot is flat in front of the needle, providing additional fabric control
    • Especially useful to reduce sticking when sewing leather, vinyl and plastic, promoting perfect stitch formation
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  • Teflon Straight Stitch Foot 53

    Teflon Straight Stitch Foot 53 New

    • For all straight stitch work such as seaming, and topstitching. On leather, vinyl, and plastic
    • The small needle hole provides excellent fabric control. This foot is especially useful with difficult or delicate fabrics such as charmeuse, fine silks, etc.
    • The toes of this foot are open and provide very good visibility while stitching
    • Use the edges of the foot for approximate 1/4" and 1/8" seam allowances
    • For very delicate or difficult fabrics, consider the use of a straight stitch plate (Models 130-180, Models 1000-1630) in combination with Foot #53 for maximum fabric control
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  • Teflon Zipper Foot 54

    Teflon Zipper Foot 54

    • Zipper insertion is made easy with this especially designer foot. You can also use Foot#54 for making and attaching pipings, welting and attaching snap tape. The "centered toe" of this foot rides close to the zipper coil while holding the fabric and zipper tape in contact with the feed dog
    • The notches on each side of the foot provide excellent fabric control around the needle and help eliminate skipped stitches when sewing in zippers. At the same time, they allow the needle to stitch "just inside the edge" of the foot, for better precision. NOTE: This foot requires that the "far left" or "far right" needle positions be used.
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  • Leather Roller Foot 55

    Leather Roller Foot 55

    • Bernina's all-terrain foot is indispensable when maximum maneuverability is required. This foot will allow you to follow any contour and will climb over uneven layers without hesitation.
    • Use Foot #55 for smooth stitching on leather and suede, for outline stitching (as on quilts) and for applying large size piping such as on pillows and cushions
    • The single roller makes it possible to steer the fabric and change direction at will, perfect for outlining curves and complex designs
    • Use this foot to make oversized cording or welting. Since the roller is all to one side, any size of cording can be used to the right of the foot (and needle)
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  • Teflon Satin Stitch Foot 56

    Teflon Satin Stitch Foot 56

    • The 56 foot has a wide variety of uses in decorative work, including embroidery, appliqué, satin stitch, monograms. The front of the foot is open, giving clearer visibility
    • The bottom of the foot is teflon coated and has wedge shaped indentation, which allows even satin stitching to glide under the foot without dragging. The angle in the indentation makes it possible to turn curves easily
    • The toes of the foot are shorter, compared to a regular zigzag foot, for greater maneuverability while sewing (you can turn the fabric more easily for smoother stitching lines, an important asset when embellishing fabric) On 9mm rotary models, Foot #20C (9mm) allows the use of the wider decorative stitches these machines offer.
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  • Patchwork Foot with Guide 57

    Patchwork Foot with Guide 57 New

    • The outer and inner edges of the foot are 1⁄4" and 1⁄8" from the centre needle position, respectively. Developed especially for patchwork with built-in side fabric guide, this foot is ideally suited for projects with 1/4" or 1/8" seam allowances.
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  • Double Welt Piping Foot 59

    Double Welt Piping Foot 59 New

    • For sewing on cords with a diameter of 4.0 to 6.0 mm.
    • As an additional option the Double Cord Foot can also be used for piping.
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  • Double Welt Piping Foot 60

    Double Welt Piping Foot 60 New

    • For sewing on cords with a diameter of 7.0 to 8.0 mm.
    • As an additional option the Double Cord Foot can also be used for piping.
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  • ZigZag Rolled Hem Foot 61,63,66

    ZigZag Rolled Hem Foot 61,63,66 New

    • Professional rolled hems are made simple with this specially designed foot. The double turned hem is rolled and stitched in one operation. The straight channel on the bottom of this foot helps guide a perfectly straight hem. Use this foot to make narrow hems that are 2mm wide, sewn with straight stitch, zigzag or decorative stitches with a maximum width of 2mm. Recommended for fine bridal-type fabrics, batiste, chiffon and other fine woven fabrics. Consider using a straight stitch plate (Models 130-180, Models 1000-1630) for very delicate fabrics. If using a straight stitch plate, remember to select a straight stitch
    • Note: Bernina® offers a variety of hemming feet to help ensure perfect results in all your hemming applications: Foot #61 (2mm zigzag), Foot #62 (2mm straight stitch), Foot #63 (3mm zigzag), Foot #64 (4mm straight stitch), Foot #66 (6mm zigzag), Foot #68 (2mm Roll and Shell) and Foot #69 (4mm Roll and Shell)
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  • Straight Stitch Rolled Hem Foot 62,64

    Straight Stitch Rolled Hem Foot 62,64 New

    • Professional rolled hems are made simple with this specially designed foot. The double turned hem is rolled and stitched in one operation. The straight channel on the bottom of this foot helps guide a perfectly straight hem. Use this foot to make narrow hems that are 2mm wide, sewn with a straight stitch
    • Recommended for lightweight, soft fabrics. Consider using a straight stitch plate (Models 130-180, Models 1000-1630) for very delicate fabrics
    • Note: Bernina® offers a variety of hemming feet to help ensure perfect results in all your hemming applications: Foot #61 (2mm zigzag), Foot #62 (2mm straight stitch), Foot #63 (3mm zigzag), Foot #64 (4mm straight stitch), Foot #66 (6mm zigzag), Foot #68 (2mm Roll and Shell) and Foot #69 (4mm Roll and Shell)
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  • Lap Seam Foot 70,71

    Lap Seam Foot 70,71

    • Take the fear out of flat felled seams!
    • A flat felled seam is the preferred seam in jeans, men's and women's shirts and children's casual garments. The advantage of a flat felled seam is that the seam allowances are encased within the seam
    • The groove in the sole of the foot allows it to run and fell an 8mm wide seam easily and precisely
    • Foot #71 is well suited for medium to heavy weight fabrics such as denim, wool, corduroy and tapestry
    • For light weight fabrics, Foot #70 (4mm Lap Seam Foot) is recommended
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  • Eyelet Embroidery 82

    Eyelet Embroidery 82

    • Make eyelets in a variety of sizes on any model Bernina!
    • This set includes everything you need to make true eyelets on any model Bernina: Foot #92, eyelet templates, cutting block and punches
    • Make functional eyelets to pass cords or combine eyelets into decorative patte
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  • Binder Foot 84 and  Binder 94

    Binder Foot 84 and Binder 94

    • Fold your own bias tape and apply it in one operation!
    • Whenever a bias binding in matching fabric is required, rely on Bernina's Binder Attachment to accomplish the task more easily, with perfect results. Simply cut a bias strip of the fabric and let the Binder Attachment fold and wrap the strip over the edge being bound as it is being stitched in place
    • The Bias Binder Attachment handles corners and curves especially well
    • Use Foot #84 for sewing unfolded bias binding (width of unfolded bias strip between 22-26mm / 7/8"-1")
    • Note: the Binder Attachment is available in three sizes separately: 20-24mm, 22-26mm, 26-30mm.
    • The Binder Attachment requires Foot #94 (available separately)
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  • Bias Binder 85

    Bias Binder 85

    • This conventional binder will sew pre-folded or unfolded bias binding to your project.
    • The various slots in the outside of the scroll will accommodate various widths of pre-folded bias tape (max. 1/2" / 13mm wide)
    • Use the center scroll to feed unfolded bias tape (max. 1" / 25mm wide)
    • The Bias Binder requires the Low Shank Adapter #75 (available separately).
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  • Ruffler 86

    Ruffler 86 New

    • A flexible tool for all your gathering and pleating needs.
    • For sewing small pleats and gathering on a single layer of fabric, as well as pleated ruffles
    • The ruffler is adjustable and becomes indispensable when the amount of gathering needs to be controlled exactly
    • You can control both the depth of each pleat and the distance between pleats
    • It is particularly useful when long rows of gathering are required such as in Home Dec projects
    • You can gather or pleat a single layer of fabric while attaching it to a straight, ungathered layer in one operation
    • Recommended for light to medium weight fabrics
    • The Ruffler Attachment comes with Low Shank Adapter #75 for Generic Feet pre-attached
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