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Thread: Singer 58' 185 K3 PIC

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    Super Member quiltinghere's Avatar
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    That is a cutie! Glad she was all cleaned up for you. 185 takes CLASS 66 bobbins.
    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/bob...2222-10pk.aspx
    (not affiliated with them...never purchased from them...only posted because it lists all the models the Class 66 bobbins can be used on)

    I see that Joann's sells the plastic bobbins - I would stay with metal ones - even if you have to order them online or through ebay.

    I see people selling machines craigslist and they don't even wipe the dust and dirt off them. . . and then they want LOTS of money for them. Those are the ones I pass on .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallbald View Post
    Oh my goodness Penny and I think she's adorable! Congratulations! We look forward to hearing how she stitches. Don
    Had to play with the tension a bit and give her a good oiling.....but she sews a nice straight stitch, and runs like a champ
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    The 66's at Walmart and Joann's might work but if you get them there, keep your receipt as you might just be taking them back. I could wind a bobbin on my 1928 Singer 99 with teh Singer brand 66's at Walmart, but they didn't go around in my bobbin case smoothly. They were too tight a fit to work. I ended up ordering some from Sew Classis, and was very pleased with them as they are of a good quality.
    Have fun with your machine. It's cute in the green!
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    Those bobbins from WM make cool ear rings when they fall apart...
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
    Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts. Winston Churchill

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