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Thread: Bobbin Winder

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    do you think the deluxe is good enough tension wise for regular sewing machines ?
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    I've had the sidewinder for years and never a problem and I couldn't be without it.

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    I use the Sidewinder Deluxe and it works well for all of my machines including my Viking and Elnas. With those bobbins I put them on upside down and fill them.
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    I bought the deluxe and really like it. I like to wind a bunch at once. I normally have several spools of the same colors and use those neutrals as my go to colors for piecing. I got one with my HQ Sweet Sixteen and it's nice for the M bobbins. I am thinking of going to some pre-wounds for colors I quilt with often. I like the So Fine, but I'm thinking of going toward the SuperBobs.
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    APQS sells one for $320 or so...it is really nice...I love it ...you can check it out on their website...

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    Ditto on the fancyquilt one....a real workhorse. Have had it for 7 or 8 years and love it. I have 4 different kinds of bobbins and it will wind them all. Seems to get more thread on them than sewing machine bobbin winder.

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