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#21394 Jan 30, 2008

A 1090 was my very first Bernina and I love it. It is a real workhorse and

makes a prettier stitch than my 220/730. I sold my 180 but would never part

with the 1090. I take it to my quilting retreats all of the time.

Pat in Bedford, Texas



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#21438 Jan 30, 2008

Pat, I agree with you. My first Bernina was a 1090 and I think it is

a great machine. Never had a problem with it. I use it when my

200/730 is embroidering and I want to do regular sewing.

Steph in coastal NC



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#21441 Jan 30, 2008

That's good to hear. You just don't hear much about this particular Bernina.

Thank you

Cindy



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#21445 Jan 30, 2008

Another good review, thanks, Steph.

I hope my MIL's machine doesn't end up in the wrong hands..someone who

doesn't appreciate Berninas and how hard working they are.

Cindy



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#21457 Jan 30, 2008

I loved my 1090 and and finally sold it after I got the 440. For quite a while afterwards I

thought I should have kept it and still refer to it as the dearly departed. It free motioned like

no other machine. The 440 does have some advantages however like the adjustable pressure

foot.

Leslie



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#21459 Jan 30, 2008

When I got my first Bernina, my 200, almost 5 years ago, I thought about

getting rid of my Pfaffs. So, so glad I didn't.

Can "anyone" have too many machines?

LOL,

Cindy


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