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Our Bertha sewing cabinet was made to fit today’s large and heavy sewing and embroidery machines. Her airlift holds a 60 # machine and will effortlessly move your sewing machine up and down into 3 positions: free arm, flatbed and storage. The airlift also easily adjusts to accommodate machines of different heights.Bertha also comes with a quilt leaf for the back of the cabinet. The leaf will increase your workspace behind the unit creating approximately 5 square feet, so fragile quilts won’t fall on the floor as you pass them through the machine. The leaf slides along a metal rod behind the cabinet for custom positioning to the left of your machine.
The two doors on Bertha have a total of 8 storage trays for all your sewing accessories. A cut out in the front allows for machine knee lifters to be used comfortably. Sew with correct posture avoiding stress on your hands, back and neck in any position by sitting in front of your needle for center needle sewing.An optional machine specific custom insert for Bertha can be ordered for many sewing machine models.
*Please measure your machine and include knobs, plugs,etc. that extend beyond the body of machine.
Will not fit / Not recommended:
This lists the sewing machines that Arrow knows do not fit or are not compatible with the Bertha cabinet model 98700, 98701 and 98702.
The following machines fit, but with issues:
The handles of the BabyLock Ellissimo are wider than the opening of the Bertha cabinet and in order to put the machine into the storage position, the handle must be upright when lowering the platform. Then the machine must be tipped forward to allow you to fold the handle down. This must be done in reverse to bring the machine up.
The machines will fit the opening and platform of the cabinet but the height of the machine does not allow the top right leaf to close completely when the machine is in storage position.
The handles of the Brother Quattro are wider than the opening of the Bertha cabinet and in order to put the machine into the storage position, the handle must be upright when lowering the platform. Then the machine must be tipped forward to allow you to fold the handle down. This must be done in reserve to bring the machine up.
*These machines are ones that have known fit issues. Please be advised that this list will change as new models are introduced. It is extremely important to measure your machine prior to ordering to make sure it will fit.