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Thread: New Home Light Running bobbins?

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    Senior Member MrsBoats's Avatar
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    New Home Light Running bobbins?

    I have the opportunity to pick up a New Home Light Running machine (the bronze-y green one with the greyhounds)-it would fit right into my herd of friction drives. The kicker is that it has no bobbins, and I'm can't figure out what kind of bobbins it takes. Can anybody hook me up with a source, a link or even a picture of one?
    -Karen
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    I'd love to help, but I have the same machine...I have no bobbin OR case. I'll keep watching to see what you find out.

    Barb

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    I can take some pictures for you. Be back once I get DH off to his fishing trip.
    Sweet Caroline

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    I'll be watching this thread as I have a New Home 8000 and bobbins to go with it. I was trying to sell it but life got in the way and now it is in a closet.
    Marilyn

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    Light Running SM Bobbin case and Bobbin

    Here are the pictures. The bobbin itself is 1/4" wide and the diameter is 7/8".
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    Sweet Caroline

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    Senior Member MrsBoats's Avatar
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    Thank you so much, Caroline, I appreciate it! It almost looks like a FW bobbin. You don't happen to have a source, do you?
    -Karen
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