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Artistic Artifacts is proud to be a BERNINA authorized dealer, and now you can purchase from us no matter where you live! Give your creativity free rein with the wide range of presser feet and specialty accessories for sewing, quilting, embroidering and serging. We are happy to special order a product for you if you don’t see what you need — email us your request!
More About Presser Feet
Choose from dozens of different presser feet, from the standard presser foot to the patchwork foot. BERNINA presser feet stand for precision and stability — find the perfect foot for every application!
Presser feet have two different shank openings. BERNINA 2-point shank opening are for all models in category A of the accessories catalog. For all the remaining models in categories B to H of the accessories catalogue, presser feet with the closed shank opening are used. The presser feet with closed shank opening are divided into various types.
- Presser feet are identified by foot numbers; those with no letters are for BERNINA sewing and embroidery machines with a maximum stitch width of 5.5 mm.
- The addition of the letter C stands for coded presser foot, referring to the sensor that specifies the stitch width to the sewing machine — for BERNINA sewing and embroidery machines with a maximum stitch width of 9 mm. The soles are longer and wider than on the 5.5 mm presser foot.
- The letter D stands for Dual Feed. D presser feet are used with the BERNINA Dual Feed system. The sole therefore has a recess at the back for the Dual Feed. For BERNINA sewing and embroidery machines with a maximum stitch width of 9 mm. The sole is reinforced with 2 shanks.
Note: illustrated here are the Reverse pattern foot variations.