|By Marketwired .||
|February 7, 2014 04:22 PM EST||
AURORA, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 02/07/14 -- BERNINA of America, the premier manufacturer of sewing, embroidery and quilting machines, is pleased to introduce two new stylish faceplate designs, Fantasy and Carnival, for the BERNINA 350 Special Edition (B 350 SE) available now at authorized BERNINA Dealers nationwide. The B 350 SE comes equipped with six full shank presser feet, a slide-on extension table to quickly increase the work area, and the BERNINA Free Hand System (FHS), which is a knee-operated lever that raises the presser foot, lowers the feed dog and releases the thread tension at the same time. Other accessories included with the B 350 SE are the BERNINA Walking Foot #50 and the BERNINA Free-motion Quilting Foot #29C. The MSRP for the B 350 SE is $1,899.
"Due to high customer demand, we are proud to introduce two new faceplate designs for the BERNINA 350 SE," said Paul Ashworth, President of BERNINA of America. "Supplies are limited, and sewists who are interested in owning one of these collector's models are advised to visit an authorized BERNINA Dealer soon."
The B 350 SE comes equipped with 115 stitches, a maximum sewing speed of 900 stitches per minute and a stitch width up to 5.5 mm. It also has a direct-selection function with a bright LCD screen that allows sewists to switch quickly between the 20 utility stitches, 52 decorative stitches and 11 quilting stitches. In addition, a high-precision buttonhole function with two programmed buttonhole styles will give users the ability to sew buttonholes of the exact same length every time. The B 350 SE has memory space to permanently store up to 30 stitch-pattern combinations, and a bright LED sewing light.
BERNINA's 3 Series line of machines is ideal for beginner and more experienced sewists, The B 350 SE is an outstanding choice for everyday mending jobs and alterations, as well as creative sewing and quilting. With simple, intuitive handling, first-class functioning and solid, Swiss-quality construction, the B 350 SE will provide continued enjoyment for the sewist making the transition from simple to more complicated projects.
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