An affordable sewing machine with a wide range of features and impressive stitch quality
The Bernette 37 is a compact computerised model with simple operation and robust construction. It has many functions, such as the practical start/stop function that allows you to sew without using the foot pedal. You can also use the needle stop up/down function to decide whether the needle should stop in the fabric or up above it. This is a particular advantage when you want to sew corners and turn the fabric around the needle. With the Bernette 37 you can also adjust the sewing speed to suit your individual requirements and the type of material. The bright LED light helps ensure that your work surface is always well lit. The Bernette 37 comes with 5 Snap-On presser feet.
50 Stitches – 17 Utility and Stretch, 2 Darning, 19 Decorative, 7 Quilting and 5 Buttonhole styles
5 1-step automatic buttonhole styles
7mm stitch width (maximum)
Start/Stop function – can use without a foot control
Slide speed control – you can set the speed to your preference easily
Needle up/down function – stops needle in or out of fabric at the end of sewing
Tie off button – ties of stitches at the end of sewing
Top Loading, Jam proof bobbin system – quick set, drop in the top bobbin
LCD Screen Display – Shows stitch info such as length and width of selected stitch and even tells you what foot to use!
Stitch overview & Quick start guide
170mm sewing space to the right of the needle
700 spm maximum speed (stitches per minute)
Pre-set length and width for ease of use – you can still set the length and width if you want
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Credit is provided by Novuna, a trading style of Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Financial Services Registered in Cardiff no.1630491. The register can be accessed through http://www.fca.org.uk