Bernette 77 Videos
b70 DECO + b77 + b79 Tutorial – bobbin winding and threading (1/11)
Before you start your new sewing or embroidery project with your bernette 70 DECO, b77 or b79, you first need to wind and insert the bobbin and thread the machine. In this tutorial video, we'll show you how easy it is. All you have to do is insert the spool and secure it with the appropriate spool cap.
In the video you can see exactly how to guide the thread along the dashed markings through the hole in the bobbin. Then you can start winding the bobbin. If desired, you can adjust the bobbin winding speed.
Afterwards, the video shows you how to insert the bobbin the right way and thread the upper thread using the needle threader.
b77 + b79 Tutorial – Starting to Sew (2/11)
If you have threaded the b77 or b79 sewing machine correctly, you can start sewing. Do you need the slide-on extension table? In this tutorial video, you'll see how to attach it and adjust its height.
Next, we show you three different ways to lower the presser foot. To secure your seam, all you need to do is press and hold the reverse button.
When your seam is done, simply press the button "Auto-Lock" and your bernette sewing machine sews some securing stitches and stops automatically. Then you only need to cut the thread with the automatic thread cutter.
The video also shows you how to select various utility stitches on the screen, adjust the stitch width and length as needed, and then save your custom stitch for later use.
b77 + b79 Tutorial – Presser feet and their usage (3/11)
Which presser foot is used for which stitch? As soon as you have selected a suitable utility stitch on your bernette 77 or bernette 79, you will see in the presser foot display menu which presser foot can be used.
The tutorial video shows you how easy it is to change the presser foot sole: just lift the presser foot, press on the front edge and remove the previous sole. Then you can attach the new presser foot sole so that it snaps into place.
Does your selected presser foot have an opening at the back? Then engage the dual feed so that the fabric can be guided through the machine evenly from above and below.
In the video, we also show you the different presser feet and their special applications: There is the zigzag foot DA, which is suitable for most sewing. The embroidery foot JK is for applications and decorative stitches.
Also, there is the zipper foot RB, the buttonhole foot RJ, the button sewing foot RC, a blindstitch foot DM for barely visible hems, the overlock foot and the embroidery foot RX for freehand embroidery and darning. Additional presser feet are available as optional accessories.
b77 + b79 Tutorial – Combining stitch patterns (5/11)
With your bernette 77 or bernette 79, you can combine different letter and decorative stitch patterns and then have them stitched in one go as a stitch combination. In this tutorial video, you'll learn how to easily select and edit the stitch pattern you want to use.
You can sew your stitch pattern once or even several times. Securing stitches are added automatically at the end.
In your "Personal Memory", your collected pattern combination can also be stored permanently. This will allow you to recall and reuse your saved combination at any time.
b77 + b79 Tutorial – Buttonholes (7/11)
Buttonholes are really easy to sew with your bernette 77 or bernette 79. You can see the necessary steps in this tutorial video.
The button slides into the button holder, which is then closed together firmly. Then you attach the buttonhole foot and pull the button lever down as far as possible.
Now you're ready to sew a test buttonhole on another piece of fabric. Your bernette sewing machine stops automatically when it's done. You can then carefully cut the buttonhole from both ends to the middle and check the buttonhole size. If necessary, you adjust the buttonhole length a little, then mark the position of the buttonhole on your fabric and sew the desired buttonhole.