Blog Love

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2 thoughts on “Blog Love

  1. Marian

    Are you still sewing on your Bernina Aurora 440QE. I have one but have not used it for some time and am trying to remember all the features that once were second nature to me. For one, is there a way to save the basic settings, when the machine is turned off, such as the stitch length and width used when a sewing a particular project so the settings do not have to be re-programmed when the machine is turned back on. I have searched the Instruction Manual but can not find an answer to my question. I certainly would appreciate a reply if you have the time. Thank you, Marian Graybeal, Bellevue, Washington.

    1. Lisa Post author

      Hi Marian! I still sew on my Bernina, but I’m not sure about that feature. It’s one that I’ve never used although I do remember it being mentioned in class. Maybe a call to your Bernina dealer would do the trick?


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