Available in pink and in limited supply, BERNINA will contribute to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for each machine sold

bernette, which is marketed and sold by BERNINA, is pleased to introduce the bernette Sew Pink sewing machine for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. The bernette Sew Pink comes in a pink color and BERNINA of America will contribute $20 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for each machine sold. It also features an outstanding selection of features, including 26 stitches with a 7 mm stitch width, an automatic one-step buttonhole with a measuring system, a drop-in bobbin system, and a built-in needle threader. The bernette Sew Pink is available now in a limited supply at select BERNINA Dealers nationwide. MSRP is $499.
“We are supporting breast cancer research by making a contribution for every bernette Sew Pink sold,” said Paul Ashworth, President of BERNINA of America. “It’s a collectible model supporting a worthy cause, and it’s an excellent choice for beginning and budget-conscious sewists looking for a wide range of features. Since the bernette Sew Pink won’t be around long, we encourage anyone interested to visit a select BERNINA Dealer soon.”
Other features of the bernette Sew Pink include an infinitely variable stitch width for all decorative stitches, a two-step presser foot lifter, and a pull-out drawer containing a quick guide to all of the machine’s recommended stitch settings. The machine also comes with a sturdy metal base, an automatic bobbin winder, bobbin thread cutter, and an electronic foot control. For more information about the bernette Sew Pink and a store locator with the nearest Dealer locations, please visit
About bernette
Marketed and sold by BERNINA, the bernette brand of sewing and embroidery machines range from simple sewing machines for beginners to computerized sewing machines for the contemporary and creative sewer. bernette sewing and embroidery machines are versatile and reliable, with a great value placed on sturdiness and durability of design. To learn more, visit