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A Great Little Work Horse!

bysuperchecker Jan 29, 2008
6 Helpfuls 7 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Well built and performs beautifully with many different fabric weights.
Cons To change the original stitch patterns, you have to connect to your computer.
Recommended it? Yes

I have had my Bernina Virtuosa 150 for about 5 years and it never gives me any problems. With annual servicing to keep it in top form, I can honestly say that it just keeps on giving and giving! Having said all that, I must admit that being the first Bernina Virtuosa line to come out with the CPS... Read full review »

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Problem machine

byfiber Jan 21, 2002
16 Helpfuls 17 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros the cons outweigh the pros
Cons Breakage of monofilament and rayon threads. Oil ruined top sewing surface.
Recommended it? No

Bernina 150 is a specialty machine for quilters. The quilting stitch requires the use of monofilament thread. Frequent breakage of the thread is unacceptable. The machine has been serviced and stitched well for 3-4 hours then reverted to breaking. According to sales/service person Bernina states... Read full review »

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King of the Machine

byAliaM Dec 11, 2000
15 Helpfuls 16 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Speed variable, Presser Foot Lifter Bar, Lots of useful Presser Feet
Cons Price tag is a little hefty, requires a specialist for repairs
Recommended it? Yes

When I was a little girl, I was a major tomboy. I climbed trees, played in the dirt and cut the hair off of all my dolls. In spite of my boyish ways, I really admired my grandma's neighbor. Her name was Linda. And she was the epitome of a good mom, and I would know since I didn't have one of my own... Read full review »

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A justifiable luxury for the intermediate quilter

byamyquilts Nov 1, 2000
12 Helpfuls 13 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros solid, excellent stitches and customizable, needle-down and pressure foot lifter features...
Cons a little whining noise when first sewing, finicky bobbin (just follow the manual)
Recommended it? Yes

I started quilting in 1996 on a vintage 1920s Singer portable. It only went forwards and backwards. I needed more.

I started saving for a Bernina the next year, and trust me, I had to save a long time.

I had decided that I wanted the hands-free presser foot lifter and the... Read full review »

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"Lovin It"

bymainleydb Jun 10, 2000
13 Helpfuls 14 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros favorite feature is the knee lift
Cons none that I can think of
Recommended it? Yes

I am a quilter but I also like to do home deco sewing and clothing. This machine does it all. I traded in my Viking #1 machine for this Bernina. The stitches are wonderfully straight and accurate. I love the knee lift, great when piecing small pieces that need both hands. I bought this machine... Read full review »

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