Bernina Bernette 340 deco User Guide

Bernina Bernette 340 deco Manual

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  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 1
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 2
    ... manual. WARNING 11. Never drop or insert any object into any openings on ... replacement parts. See instructions for servicing of double-insulated machines. In a double-insulated product, .... This sewing and embroidery computer is intended for household use only. SERVICING DOUBLEINSULATED PRODUCTS ...
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    2 Welcome Congratulations on your decision to buy the bernette Deco 340. By owning this fascinating embroidery computer we hope you ... sewing family and we hope you will have a wonderful sewing experience with your bernette Deco 340. P.Horisberger, Productmanager BERNINA International AG - 8266 ...
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    Contents 3 Important Safety Instructions 1 Welcome 2 Embroidery Computer Overview Getting Ready to Embroider Important Embroidery Information Key Operations Embroidery Lettering Editing and Combining Designs Design Transfer and Compatibility Care and Maintenance Troubleshooting ...
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    ...8 9 10 4 3 Embroidery Computer Overview 2 Name of Parts 1. LCD touch panel 2. Bobbin winder ... 31. Power switch 32. Machine socket 33. Carriage (for embroidery) 34. Presser foot ... Caution: • Always provide sufficient clearance for the embroidery carriage behind your machine before starting ...
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    Embroidery Computer Overview Standard accessories 5 1. Bobbins 2. Lint Brush 3. Extra Spool Pin 4. Spool Pin Felt 5. Spool Stand 6. Spool Holder (Large) 7. Spool Holder (Small) 8. Scissors 9. Screwdriver 10. Screwdriver 11. Set of Needles 12. Instruction Book 13. Power Supply...
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    6 1 Embroidery Computer Overview Detachable Extension Table To remove, lift out the extension table toward you as illustrated. 1 To ... push down gently. 1. Extension table 2. Tabs 3. Base tab holes 3 2 Sewing accessories are stored in the extension table. Pull open the door to store the ...
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    ...time you press it - red when the machine is running, and green when it is stopped. Note: The Deco 340 is equipped with an automatic shutdown safety feature to prevent overheating when the machine is ...your eyes on the embroidery area, and do not touch any moving parts such as the thread take...
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    .... 8. 9. 10. 11. End of the thread Cushion felt Extra spool pin Hole 9 10 7 11 To achieve the best embroidery quality, BERNINA recommends to use only high quality embroidery thread such as Mettler Metrosene+® Poly Sheen®, Isacord
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    ... after running for two minutes. Adjust how much the bobbin is filled by rotating the bobbin winder stopper. To achieve the best embroidery quality, BERNINA recommends to use only high quality bobbin thread such as OESD 41ET/W or Mettler®
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    ...thread unwinding counter-clockwise. 1. Thread 2. Bobbin holder 2 Guide the thread into front notch on the front of the bobbin holder. Draw the thread to the left, sliding it between tension spring... plate to check the threading Re-attach the hook cover plate. 5 6 5. 6. 7. Bobbin thread Hook...
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    ...mm (1/4") higher than the normal up position. This will help you to place the embroidery hoop under the foot. 2 Threading the Machine Raise the presser foot lifter. ... thread with both hands and pass the thread around under the thread guide plate (A). Then draw the thread down ...
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    ...into the eye of the takeup lever as shown (D). Draw the thread down through the left channel. 4 Slit... of the take-up lever 4 6 Slip the thread behind the lower thread guide from the right. 6 Lower... from the left. 7 Needle bar thread guide Thread the needle from front to back by hand or use...
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    ...threader lever as this could cause malfunction of the threader. 2 1 Draw the thread down around the threader guide and under the hook. 3. Thread guide 2 3 Release the threader lever slowly while holding the thread end with your fingers. A loop of the thread is pulled ...
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    14 Getting Ready to Embroider Drawing up the Bobbin Thread Raise the presser foot lifter. Hold the needle ... of the bobbin thread. 2 1 2. Loop of the bobbin thread Pass the needle thread through the hole in the embroidery foot and draw it up to the thread holder leaving an inch of free thread. ...
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    ... For most applications this adjustment will give suitable upper thread tension. Depending on the material and the thickness of the embroidery thread, as well as of the fabric stitched on, it might be required to tweak the upper thread tension. It is recommended to ...
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    16 Getting Ready to Embroider Change Needle Turn off the power switch and disconnect the machine from the power supply. 1 Raise the needle by turning the handwheel and lower the presser foot. Holding the needle tight, loosen the needle clamp screw by turning it counterclockwise. Remove the needle ...
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    ... this choice. For more detailed informations please contact your BERNINA dealer or read specific technical literature. 2 4 3 1 Embroidery Hoop The Deco 340 is supplied with two hoops. Use hoop A for regular designs up to 126 x 110 mm (5" x ...
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    ... Having finished step 2 the fabric should sit well stretched in the hoop. You are now ready to attach the hoop with the fabric onto the Deco 340. Note: It is only necessary to calibrate the hoop once if you are embroidering several pieces with the same fabric and ...
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    Getting Ready to Embroider 1 19 Attaching the Embroidery Hoop to the Machine Turn the attaching knob so it is parallel ... clockwise. Caution: • Always provide sufficient clearance for the embroidery carriage behind your machine before starting the machine. • Do not force to move the carriage ...
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    ... spray adhesive before hooping • carefully cut away from the back of the embroidery after stitching • stabilizer will remain under larger embroidered areas... knits to prevent distortion. Appliqué: exact securing of appliqués for embroidery. Smooth fabrics: to prevent shifting. Cutwork: to fix ...
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    ... stabilizer for fabric with a pile and lace embroidery • water soluble stabilizer looks like ... pile such as toweling. It also prevents the embroidery threads from sinking into the fabric or the fabric ... • always stitch an embroidery test on a sample fabric. Adjust color, thread quality, needle, ...
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    ... elements in successful embroidery is the quality of the thread. We strongly recommend that you purchase thread from a reputable BERNINA dealer in order to... a steady thread tension and an optimal intertwining of the upper and bobbin thread. Darning and Embroidery Thread Fine mercerized cotton thread ...
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    Important Embroidery Information 23 Embroidery Needles • use correct needle size for each thread • exchange needle regularly The ... guidelines: Needle No. fine fabrics: fine thread (darning thread, embroidery thread) medium fabrics: normal thread heavyweight fabrics:...
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    24 Important Embroidery Information Checking the Needle Condition The needle condition should be checked and the needle ... Jersey, stretch fabrics Jersey/Stretch 130/705 H-SUK Embroidery 130/705 H-E Metafil 130/705 H-MET 70-90 Ball point Embroidery on all natural and synthetic fabrics Large eye, ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 26
    ... the most important keys and indications always at the same location on your Deco 340 screen. For your convenience it is using icons and a status .... This is the required boot up time and is not a defect. During the boot up the bernette 340 Deco logo is displayed. To select a function, just touch the ...
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    ... used to save stitch data and transfer embroidery designs between the Deco 340 and your PC. USB Sticks are available at camera shops, PC supply stores etc. in.... Insert the USB Stick into the USB Stick socket on the Deco 340. To remove pull firmly on the USB Stick Caution! ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 28
    ...Adjust User Preferences / Setup Use these screens to personalize the functions on the emboridery computer. All these settings are stored permanently until they are... • Language selection tab 3 3 Setup tab Press this key to open the machine settings page. 4 Language selection tab Press this tab to...
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    ... the Thread Cutter button located at the head of the Deco 340 (see page 7 for reference). Note: Note Auto thread... preferred brand will be shown when reviewing the design. Four brands with 104 colours each are preset in the Deco 340. Please refer to the thread colour overview in the Appendix for ...
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    .... 2 Auto Stop Activate to have the embroidery computer automatically stop after 5 stitches in order to allow trimming the thread tail. 3 Thread ... sensor. 4 5 Note: There is an icon (5) shown in the embroidery screen indicating the status of the Thread Check. OFF ON 4 Setting all to default Press ...
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    ... help key in the utility selection window. Index Changing needles Inserting the bobbin Threading the machine Winding the bobbin ? ? ? ? Select a help topic by pressing the ? key next to the topic. Press the Page keys to scroll through the ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 33
    ... Stick Personal Designs stored in the internal memory of the Deco 340 Read how to open designs from these location on the next pages. Pattern ... / Monogramming There are three fonts for lettering (Gothic, Script and Cheltenham) built into the Deco 340. Further there is a choice of 3- letter and 2- ...
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    Key Operations 33 Select Designs for Embroidery Press the corresponding tab in the Pattern Selection ... keys. To select a design, press the corresponding key. The display will switch to the embroidery window. 4 1 2 3 USB ...Stick USB Sticks may contain design folders as well as design files. If so...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 35
    ... will open. and a dialog box with all designs in this EMB_5 EMB_6 EMB_7 EMB_8 1/2 3. Scroll ... - If you proceed the folder with all designs contained will be deleted. EMB_1 EMB_2 EMB_3 EMB_4 EMB_5 EMB_6 4. Press the key with the design you want to delete. 5. A confirmation dialog will...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 36
    ... all its contained files at once from a USB Stick. Caution: All designs will be deleted permanently - careful use of this function is highly recommended. 1.... the folder you want to delete. FOLDR1AB FOLDR5IJ FOLDR2CD My Design FOLDR3EF FOLDR4GH 5. A confirmation dialog will open. Press OK to ...
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    36 Embroidery Embroidery Window Use the functions on the embroidery window to align your design on the fabric.... the Auto Thread Cut function the Thread Cutter Button at the head of the Deco 340 is disabled as well. • This Metallic Thread key will only appear, if the Auto Thread Cutting is enabled...
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    ... drop position (center position of design) 4. Centerlines 3 4 5 Trace key After adjusting the position check the extents of the of the embroidery area by pressing... use these keys to move the embroidery hoop to where the thread has broken or run out. • At the start of the design pressing the + ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 39
    ... will stop automatically after stitching 5 stitches and requests the user to cut the thread tail by showing the instruction window (A) Note: The embroidery computer will not stop if Auto Stop is deactivated in the setup. B Raise the presser foot. The screen ...
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    Embroidery 39 C After finishing the first section, the screen will show the instruction window (C). D Raise the presser foot. The screen will show the instruction window (D). • If Auto Thread Cutter is set to ON, the machine has trimmed the threads automatically. • If ...
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    40 A Embroidery Upper Thread End or Thread Breakage If during embroidery the upper thread runs out or breaks, the machine stops automatically and the .... After you pressed the Cancel key use the key in the Embroidery window to move the appropriate number of stitches back. Now ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 42
    ...L M S AA Edit Edit 1 This mode allows to create lettering using the three built-in fonts or using fonts from optionally available Design Cards. Further there is a 1 Front key mode to create 3 letter and 2 letter monogramming including a selection ...
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    ... L M S Select «e», «a» and «r». Press the OK key. A.B.C c k s d l t e m u f n v g o w h p x A A A a AA Edit AB The display will change to the embroidery screen. Selecting the Starting Point Choose the location of the start position in the letter string by pressing the alignment ...
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    ... stitch a multi-color lettering. The machine will stop automatically when each character is finished. Change the thread and stitch the next...Starting to Embroider») Depending on the setting of the Color change key the embroidery computer will stop after each letter and ask to change the thread or it ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 45
    44 Lettering Editing the Monogram Deleting a letter Gothic AB B Example: To delete «E» from «BEAT» BEAT Gothic AB Press the cursor delete. key to shift the cursor under the letter to BEAT Gothic B AB B BAT Press the delete key. The letter «E» will be deleted. Inserting a letter...
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    ... Note: When the screen language is switched to Russian, there are three more fonts displayed to choose from. A A A a AA Edit AB 2 Letters A I Q ... of editing. AA Edit AB Press the OK key. The screen will change to the embroidery window. Press the start/stop button to start stitching. Notes:...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 47
    ... Editing and Combining Designs Editing Mode The editing window can be used to combine embroidery designs. Built-in designs, letters as well as designs from USB Sticks or Design Cards can be merged on the Deco 340 into one single design. These new designs are...
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    ... frame around the pattern indicates it is selected. A.B.C B: 140x200mm Alternate Edit Entry Procedure Starting from the Embroidery Window (with a design already selected) you may press ...Editing Mode like this, you may add further design elements and save the new combination as ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 49
    ... and Combining Designs Editing Window 1 Position keys Move the selected design with the Position keys to the desired location. The carriage will not move when ..., use the Jog keys. 1 2 Drag-and-Drop Moving of the Selected Design To move the pattern in the Editing Window, touch and drag the pattern ...
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    Editing and Combining Designs 1 49 A.B.C 1 Resize Key Press this key to open the Resize Window... pattern can be altered from 90% to 120% of the original size. The size will change 1% each time you ...Press the OK key and the pattern at the new size will be shown in the Editing Window. Press the Close ...
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    50 Editing and Combining Designs Editing and Combining Designs Example: Combine the built-in design #4 and text «Sky» 1. Select design #4 from the built-in designs. 2. Press the Editing tab. 3 Select the hoop B. 4. Press the Lettering tab. ...
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    Editing and Combining Designs Gothic AB B 51 Sky a i q y b j r z AB L M S 7. Select «k» and «y». A.B.C c k s d l t...Position the letters by dragging or with by using the position keys. 10. Press the OK key and the screen will change to the Embroidery Window. Start the machine to embroider.
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    ... From the editing window embroidery design can be stored at two different locations: A. Personal designs on the Deco 340 B. ATA Personal Design Card C.... Stick The built-in memory of the Deco 340 can hold a large number of your own embroidery design creations. Designs ...
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    Editing and Combining Designs 53 Assigning a File Name You can assign a name to the file in the File Name window.... will appear. Press the Close key . The Edit Window will show up again. Save your design temporarily to another memory location. Then close the Edit Window and in the File Open Window ...
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    ...The USB Stick also allows the use of one level of subdirectories in the :\EmbF5 folder. Design Transfer to the bernette 340 Deco The bernette 340 Deco can read all BERNINA design cards. To run non licensed designs from BERNINA CD you ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 56
    ...copied directly onto a USB Stick or an ATA card. * not relevant for direct use with Deco 340 1) Any brand of USB Stick or ...a graphical summary of all different ways to transfer embroidery designs into the Deco 340 and back. The most common procedures are described individually on the following pages....
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 57
    ... Transfer with USB Stick Use a USB Stick to store embroidery designs from the Deco 340. These files may be stored on a ... a PCMCIA adapter card with other memory media to store embroidery designs from the Deco 340. These files may be stored on a PC and can be further processed with Bernina Embroidery ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 58
    ... through the BERNINA Reader/Writer Box and a Personal Design Card to the Deco 340....No colour information will be transferred to the Deco 340 • Designs modified on the Deco 340 cannot be stored ... colour information will be transferred to the Deco 340 Designs modified on the Deco 340 cannot be stored...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 59
    ... an extended version of this .EXP format. .EXP+ artista 630/640, artista 160 - 185 Deco 330/340 Bernina extended .EXP embroidery design format based on .EXP with added color information. In applications that use USB Stick or ATA Personal ...
  • Bernina Bernette 340 deco | User Guide - Page 60
    ...the needle, turn the power switch to 'O' and then unplug the embroidery computer. Note: Do not dismantle the machine other than what is ...the screwdriver supplied with the machine. Remove the needle plate. 1 Screwdriver 2 Setscrew 3 Needle plate b b Lift up the bobbin holder and ...
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    60 Care and Maintenance Replacing the Light Bulb 1 2 3 Warning: Turn off the power and unplug the embroidery computer before replacing the light bulb. The bulb could be HOT, wait until it has cooled down before touching it. To remove: Remove the cap and setscrew. Remove the faceplate. Pull out ...
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    Troubleshooting Problem The machine is noisy. Cause 1 Threads have been caught in the hook mechanism. ... around the machine. 4 The fabric is caught or pulled for some reason when embroidering. 5 The needle thread tension ...See page 19 Remove the object. Stop the machine and free the fabric. See page ...
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    ... the Presser Foot 11 Removing the bobbin 8 Replacing the Light Bulb 60 S Save Embroidery Designs 52 Screen Information 36 Selecting a design... 38, 43 T Templates 17 Thread Tension 15 Threading the Machine 11 Troubleshooting 61 U User Preferences / Setup...
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    Built-in Design Chart Start Screen 1 71.9 mm 49.3 mm 89.6 mm Butterfly 2 100.3 mm Beach Logo 3 Jewel Flower 80.8 mm 95.2 mm 4149 5668 3741 4 Night Balloon 5 Parrot 6 Lil' Fish 72.4 mm 91.8 mm 129.9 mm 73.8 mm 75.9 mm 17014 76.4 mm 12078 8076 7 Hummingbird 8 Pop Flowers 92.9 ...
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    12 Shells and Starfish 13 Big Fireworks 14 Fireworks 88.3 mm 69.6 mm 126.3 mm 80.5 mm 98.9 mm 7350 80.9 mm 9008 6406 15 Punpins & Vine 16 Pumpkins 17 Fall Corner 73.6 mm 87.4 mm 55 mm 99.8 mm 91.5 mm 10522 101.6 mm 4149 11456 18 Fall Leaves 19 Pine Cones 20 Summer 74 mm ...
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    24 Redwork Ornament 25 Redwork Candy 26 Snowflake 28.8 mm 62.7 mm 97.5 mm 66 mm 76.1 mm 5091 76.4 mm 3362 4712 27 Breezy (Snowman) 88.9 mm 95.3 mm 15975 Sports 28 Sunrise on the Geens 29 Golf 30 Baseball 92 mm 49.9 mm 49.9 mm 94.6 mm 41.3 mm 10521 127.4 mm 10354 9762 31 Soccer ...
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    34 Motorcycle 35 Sailing 36 Fishing 98.1 mm 55.6 mm 88.6 mm 87.3 mm 60.8 mm 15045 101.2 mm 5161 6509 37 Hunting Bow and Arrows 38 Baseball 39 Grecian tassel 104.8 mm 58.8 mm 93.4 mm 78.2 mm 87.4 mm 67 mm 5185 4470 22 min Decoration 40 Milky Way Ellipse 41 Pop Flower 42 Sewing...
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    46 Lac Heart Border 47 Flower Heart 48 Fancy Gizmo Border 67 mm 89 mm 151.6 mm 70.3 mm 33.2 mm 5474 98.6 mm 12435 2685 49 Lac Flower 50 Lace Paisley 56.5 mm 98.5 mm 97.9 mm 7285 71.1 mm 6199 Flowers 51 Lily 52 Aster 53 Orchids 95.4 mm 87.5 mm 89.2 mm 71.9 mm 71.9 mm 8569 58.8 ...
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    57 3 Sunflowers 58 2 Roses 59 Rose Corner 98.7 mm 71.4 mm 136 mm 71.1 mm 52.6 mm 53 mm 16622 17298 3019 60 Flowers Meadow 61 Flowers 62 Grape 90.6 mm 127.1 mm 117.7 mm 86.1 mm 46.3 mm 2498 26.5 mm 3470 2602 63 Strawberries 64 Floral Border 65 Evergreen Corner 52.7 mm 34 ...
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    69 Edelweiss 70 Red Bouquet 102.9 mm 58.5 mm 193.4 mm 8211 92.5 mm 12041 Children 71 Rocking Horse 72 Rattle 73 Party Balloons 70.3 mm 74 mm 76.4 mm 98.7 mm 153.2 mm 5689 81.6 mm 6335 10981 74 Bear 75 Bear with Heart 76 1910 Locomotive 60.5 mm 78.7 mm 33.8 mm 65.6 mm 47.1 mm ...
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    80 Cute Bunny 81 It's a Girl 82 It's a Boy 38.4 mm 53.8 mm 99.7 mm 96.1 mm 93.4 mm 8322 114.4 mm 4535 8498 83 Girls Rule 84 I Love You 98.7 mm 90.5 mm 81.2 mm 13881 99.7 mm 6053 Animals 85 Moonlit Bats 86 Dragonfly 87 Hummingbird 65.5 mm 51.4 mm 62.4 mm 99 mm 84.9 mm 71 mm ...
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    91 Gazelles 92 Giraffe 93 Lion 90.7 mm 127 mm 94.6 mm 117.8 mm 127 mm 95 mm 15293 7616 9242 94 Buck 95 Deer Head 96 Kitty 88 mm 88 mm 101.1 mm 65.6 mm 68.6 mm 5739 74.9 mm 18675 1402 97 Wolf 98 Moorish Idol 99 Horse 99.1 mm 77.2 mm 85.6 mm 89 mm 86.8 mm 18943 99.3 mm...
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    Table of Preset Colors 0015 0870 1755 0124 0142 Colour White Yellow Beige Beige Salmon Pink Light Gray Brown Silver Gray Pale Gold Gray Medium Gray Gray Dark Gray Very Dark Gray Black Yellow Lemon Yellow Light Gold Gold Dark Gold Pale Gold Orange Gold Dark Orange Gold Canary Light Brown Gray Brown ...
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    3650 3840 3910 3900 5220 6051 5610 5531 5415 5326 5833 5944 5633 Colour Gray Blue Pale Sky Sky Blue Dark Sky Ice Blue Deep Ice Blue Light Aquamarine Turquois Dark Turquois Light Turquois Pale Turquois Very Pale Turquois Yellow Green Mint Green Light Leaf Green Meadow Green Green Deep Green ...
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Bernina Bernette 340 deco Manual