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Thread: Treadle manual info

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    Junior Member overdew's Avatar
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    Just read page in the Singer manual that came with my grandmother's machine. It states that bobbins can also be wound while the machine is sewing. Am I the only soul in the world that didn't know this? Isn't this just the greatest feature a machine could have!!!

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    Super Member frauhahn's Avatar
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    No-I just learned something-thanks!

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    Senior Member DebbyT's Avatar
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    I never concidered that. So I started thinking of when I wound the bobbins and I usually unthreaded the machine to use the same thread I was sewing with. --- But with an extra spool of thread and a place to secure it, why not.

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