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BERNINA Sewing Machine Factory Tour in Switzerland

Go behind the scenes and see where one of the world's most popular sewing machines gets made. See the BERNINA factory floor and learn some of its secrets directly from Switzerland.

 

From Aneka at Made to Sew:

 

"A couple of years ago I was lucky enough to visit the BERNINA headquarters in Switzerland and BERNINA allowed me to film areas of the factory that they still use to manufacture some of their machines. This is a different kind of video for my channel, but I was fascinated by the tour and wanted to be able to share it with other passionate sewists."

 

And don't miss part two in this mini BERNINA series, coming this Wednesday, where Aneka of Made to Sew interviews Mr. Ueltschi, the owner of the BERNINA Sewing Machine factory.

 

 

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Dorothy Jensen
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i have to agree with Carolyn Hudson. I saw very deft people quickly putting things together, but a surprising lack of quality control was shown.

Carolyn Hudson
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I have a BERNINA 820 - I am not impressed!

Barb Rucker
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Excellent! Looking forward to part 2.

Rhonda Marcum
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Do they only make the 8 series and the longarm there? I have a 930 that was made there back in the 80’s and is all metal parts and am amazing machine. I have a 770 and was told it is not metal parts and was not made in Switzerland?
No matter,...

Do they only make the 8 series and the longarm there? I have a 930 that was made there back in the 80’s and is all metal parts and am amazing machine. I have a 770 and was told it is not metal parts and was not made in Switzerland?
No matter, I love BERNINA!

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Helen Strazzulla
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Very interesting It was good to see how they assemble the machines and test all the parts.

Landa Rogers
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This is very interesting.

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