Classroom Sale

It’s that time of year! We’re in the process of receiving all new BERNINA machines for our classroom space. You know what that means? All current classroom BERNINA sewing machines are going on sale!

bernina spring classroom sale Modern Domestic

These models include:


BERNINA L450 Serger

BERNINA L220 Coverstitch

Reserve a Classroom BERNINA today with a 30% deposit. Contact us for pricing, information on deposits, and 0% interest financing opportunities.

Why we love our classroom machine program:

This gives us the opportunity to have new machines in our classroom as well as sell current models at a discounted price. It’s a win-win for us, our students who use our classroom, and our customers looking to purchase a machine. Classroom models come with the same benefits and warranty as a new BERNINA. They also include Machine Owner Classes and additional discounts on accessories, fabric, notions, and tools.

Bundle up and get a $500 gift card!

bernina classroom bundle at Modern Domestic

We’ve selected the best and most useful combination of machines to have in our classroom to cover all types of sewing. Bring our MD studio into your home by bundling up all three machines into one dream team of machines!  Receive a $500 gift card when you purchase a Classroom BERNINA 560, Classroom L450 Serger, and Classroom L220 Coverstitch together.

 All comments inquiring about pricing will be replied to directly via email. Thank you.

5 Responses to “Classroom Sale”

  1. Kristin

    Hi there. I was wondering how much of a discount the classroom machines are particularly the 560

  2. Beth

    What is the sale cost of the classroom Bernina 560 that is on sale right now?

  3. Brittany Pakalniskis


    I was wondering if you still have any classroom machines to be sold left? If so, what is the pricing of those machines vs. what is the price of the new machine?



  4. Maxine Adams

    What is the sale price of the L450 classroom serger?

  5. Liz Burns

    What is the price for the 560? Is the new model replacing it a 580? If so what is the difference in the machines and the prices?

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