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Thread: Bobbin holder

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    Junior Member dressmakergurl's Avatar
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    Lightbulb Bobbin holder

    I recently saw this idea. I had to copy it, and it has been very useful and handy.
    I bought several rings, one for each machine to keep my bobbine seperated.
    I hang them on the machines handle.
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    Love this idea very neat

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    the unraveling thread would drive me crazy(er), but the idea is great for keeping empty bobbins. I can never find the right ones when I need them.
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    Is there a doctor in the house? I just got bit by the quilting bug!

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    Super Member Val in IN's Avatar
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    What a great idea! I already put a mini strech knit ponytail holder over each bobbin (get them for about a dollar a bag at the dollar store) to keep them from unwinding. This would be a great way to keep them "corraled" for each machine.

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    ME TOO! I saw the mini pony holder idea on the board and adopted it immediately - but add that idea to this one and WOW! Thanks for the hint!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Val in IN View Post
    What a great idea! I already put a mini strech knit ponytail holder over each bobbin (get them for about a dollar a bag at the dollar store) to keep them from unwinding. This would be a great way to keep them "corraled" for each machine.
    Carrie, Queen of the Seam Rippers!

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    I, too love this idea. Since I teach sewing in my home, I have 3 machines set up all the time, so will use this idea. Thanks.

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    Mini ponytail holders, for bobbins! Brilliant idea! I have a entire package of those things, I mistakenly got for my granddaughter. . . who has very thick hair!

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