Bernina 930 Sewing Machine and 203 Serger Combination
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Bernina 930 Sewing Machine and 203 Serger Combination!! For your consideration is this fabulous combination of a Bernina 930 sewing machine and Bernina Model 203 Serger always sought after by home sewers with lots of extras. Bernina 930 This beautiful 930 is in pristine condition, there aren't any paint chips, gouges or even scratches. It looks like new, it was not used much. It sews smoothly and does perfect stitches. It will be a great sewing machine for you. The phenomenal 930 Record Electronic is the updated version of the 930. It has needle stop up and you can tap the back of the control and it will go to the needle down position. It also has the dual speed control for half speed, a separate light switch and an easy thread cutter on the left of the free arm. All of the accessories fit nicely into the attractive, double-hulled, hard cover carrying case- it’s a sturdy resin clamshell case with sliding locks on the left and right sides. There's a hinged flap on the right-hand side of the top of the case. Flip it up and you'll find the bobbin winding mechanism which is an auto-stop mechanism and stops when the bobbin is full. In addition, it also has a thread cutter. Serial number is 25181637. The foot pedal accessory plugs into the bottom of the hand wheel side. There's a separate power cord included that plugs into the back of the machine. The 930 often has control knobs doing double duty -- by using both an inner and outer knob. For instance, the "Stitch Width" control on the top of this tower portion has both an inner and an outer knob. One controls the stitch width; the other sets the needle to one of five different positions! This is a completely mechanical machine -- no 1 step automatic buttonholes! What you get instead are absolutely the best looking 5 step manual buttonholes you will ever see. I know people who use computerized machines, but keep their 930 around just to do buttonholes! The stitch length control lever also kicks into reverse when you tip the lever all the way to the top. There's a lower control you can't quite see that will drop the feed dogs for darning or free-hand sewing. You can "lock" the stitch length in by tightening the outer ring of the lever. Bernina Bernett Serger Model 200B Style 203 This incredible Bernina serger is a type of sewing machine with fixed cutters and a high-end looping system and is used to cut excess threads while the latter provides neatly reduced hems, edges and seams. It has been used very little, very clean, and has a convenient foot pedal with long cord to make it easy to turn it on and off. This unit is model 200 Type 203 and serial number is 0785-029634. Unlike certain ordinary sewing machines, sergers don’t make use of a bobbin. A serger, makes an overlock stitch and that’s why it’s more known as an overlock sewing machine. It’s the flexible form of this Bernina serger which lets you face different challenges in sewing without the hassle of a complicated system. This serger utilizes the threads on 3 cones with reference on the stitch aspired which supply loopers which ring the filament of thread that go through the machine needle covering the edge of the fabric. This serger is a machine overly qualified for garment production, reconstruction, and hemline making. Included in this auction are: Bernina 930 Electronic Sewing Machine Bernina Type 203 3-Spool Serger with foot switch Pressure Foot Lifter-The pressure foot lifter is used for raising and lowering the presser foot with the right knee, leaving the hands free. Bernina Hard Clamshell Carrying Case Foot Control and Power Cord Extension Table Bernina Instruction Manual on CD Lubricating Instructions Brochure Accessory Case with 12 pressure feet, A total of 21 metal bobbins, Large assortment of 15 new Schmetz needles: 5-Universal 130/705H 70/10 15x1H for Jersey & Synthetics 5-Universal 130/705H Asst 15x1H for Woven & Knits 3-Universal 130/705H 80/12 SUK Ball Point 2-Universal 130/705H 80/12 15x1H plus some misc. sewing tools Here are some of the features of the 930 21 Utility and Decorative Stitches 8 Stretch Stitches Buttonhole Needle Stop Up/Down Basting Feature: Choose a basting stitch where it skips every other stitch or super long baste. Adjust for Full Speed or Half Speed Knee Lift: Lifts the presser foot without taking your hands form your project. Hard Case: Holds the book, extension table, cord, foot control and accessory box. Smooth easy operation Accessories Included With This 930 Seam Guide Free motion embroidery hoop Screwdriver Bernina Oil Needles Bobbins Brush Needle Screw Driver Presser Feet Included With This 930 560-Decorative Foot 007-Zipper Foot 145-Straight Stitch/Jeans Foot 030-Embroidery Foot 452-Buttonhole Foot 470-Overcast Foot 016-Blindstitch Foot 285-Free Motion/Darning Foot 000-Regular Sewing Foot Extra Presser Feet Included in this Auction 419-Tailor Tack 168-2mm Roll and Shell Hemmer 038-Straight Stitch Foot The Bernina 930 gives you good-looking patterns for your embroidery, quilting, or basic sewing projects. The adjustable needle position in this Bernina embroidery machine provides 14 basic stitches and 12 fancy stitches. The thread cutter allows you to get cleaner finish with professional look. The Bernina 930 has an automatic bobbin winder that wind by itself so that you get greater convenience. The 5-step button in this embroidery machine lets you create the kind of button you require with ease. The free arm allows you sew things like pant, shorts, pull over shirts and skirts. The Bernina 930 has a mechanism of quick and continuous reverse stitching that lets you produce your stitch effortlessly. -----------------Internet History ------------------- Bernina 930 Review The Bernina model 930 has been described as a work horse, for the simple reason that it can basically help you create anything in a short amount of time. It possesses a lot of beautiful stitches, which then allows you to come up with attractive patterns for your embroidery, quilting, or basic sewing projects. There are 14 utility or basic stitches and 12 fancy stitches that are embedded into the sewing machine. This makes it a lot easier for you to produce the necessary or wanted stitch for your current sewing task. You simply have to identify the proper settings, and the sewing machine will help you out. The thread cutter in the 930 model helps you create a much cleaner finish for your fabrics and of course takes care of the unused threads which could cause potential problems along the way. Advantages of Bernina 930 1. Automatic bobbin winder. If you have worked on manual or older versions of sewing machines, then you must have felt the difficulty of winding and rewinding the bobbin. The steps are exhausting. You have to remove the bobbin case from the sewing equipment, get rid of the bobbin from the case, wind the thread, and do the same steps in reverse. In the Bernina model 930, you have a shortcut. With a simple press of the button, the bobbin will automatically wind itself. 2. Quick and continuous reverse. If you don't want weak stitches, you must perform a reverse stitch. If you have a manual sewing equipment, this is difficult. You have to ensure that you can create the same stitch without damaging what you've already produced. The quick and continuous reverse stitching mechanism of Bernina 930 sewing machines allows you to produce the kind of stitch that you need with ease. 3. Extension table. Are you working on much bigger fabrics? Then you definitely have to have a lot of space available. The 930 model from Bernina has a free arm, where you can work on the cuffs and legs of your pants, as well as an extension table, where you can extend the long fabric and place your other needed accessories. 4. 5-step button. Creating a button is never a problem with the 930 by Bernina. In 5 steps, you will already have the kind of button you need to include in your sewing project.The Bernina 930 was the Swiss company's top-of-the-line offering between 1978 and 1989. It was the successor to the wildly popular (then and now) Bernina 830. The 730, 830, and 930 just may be the finest successive series of sewing machines ever made. All are still highly desired today -- thirty or forty years after they were last made -- a testament to their longevity and sewing quality. While there are obvious cosmetic differences, the machines are somewhat similar. They offer similar stitches and apparently have similar innards -- but there were differences and improvements over the years. The 930 offered the most stitches -- 26 total (14 practical, 12 decorative); from 1984 on this machine also offered a needle up/down mechanism controlled through heel taps. There's a 4mm maximum for both stitch width and stitch length -- although the 930 does have a basting stitch control knob for super long stitches. (that's the basting switch control knob near the take up lever) The 930 does have the most modern appearance -- but it's also the heaviest, weighing in at 26 pounds (32 with the case). You could bring it to classes or group meetings if you really wanted to, but you probably won't want to for long! This sweetie is meant to sit permanently on your sewing table -- where it's heavy all-metal construction will keep it (no wandering around while the motor's running for this machine!)