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Aug 31, 2010


Not what you were thinking, uh!
These little bobbin washer could make a big difference in your sewing, quilting and machine embroidery life.
My girlfriend, Annie (no blog) introduced them to our group a few months ago when we were all complaining about the bobbin threads always slipping or knotting up.  Annie whipped out a package of washers and handed them out and said, "Just try it....you'll like it."  She was so right. I, for one couldn't believe the difference that little reinforcement hole made...remember those from elementary school.....LOL.....
These washers are make from some sort of plastic so they last a long time. The ones I purchased were designed by Sharon Schamber, author, teacher and master quilter.
If you've had trouble with your bobbin and can't seem to find a solution, you might try the washers.


Pat said...

I'm not sure I quite understand what they do. Do they work on ALL types of bobbins and sewing machines??

The Calico Cat said...

How bout I tell my machine that it is not allowed to have that kind of problem.

(I tell my car that it is not allowed to break down either...)

quiltingnana said...

I've heard of them but never tried them...don't seem to have problems with my bobbins

Needled Mom said...

I love them and use them all the time.

Barb said...

do you just put it in your bobbin casing (okay, so I am sounding a little not right)...my mother suggested one time putting cardboard in it....so am I off base?

Quilter Kathy said...

I find these very helpful especially when quilting really fast...hardly ever get thread breaking now.


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