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Old 03-30-2012, 02:31 PM
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Hi everyone,

Does anybody out there use pre wound bobbins in their embroidery machines? I have a Brother 4000d and would like to know how Hesse work and if they are any good..... What size or type I need.

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Old 03-30-2012, 02:33 PM
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I use prewound bobbins all the time. Not that brand tho.
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Old 03-30-2012, 02:54 PM
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I don't like to use them. I like my bobbin the same color as my top thread.
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i use prewounds all the time. they are the greatest. i don't use that brand either.
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Prewound bobbins are wonderful!!!
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Old 03-30-2012, 03:19 PM
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Most of the domestic machines are size L bobbin (smaller) the M's are usually for the mid and long arm machines. I have not heard of any of the domestic machines using the M size bobbins, but I have not looked at a new machine in years. Here is a link that will help http://www.allstitch.net/content/wha...chine-1026.cfm
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I LOVE the prewounds..they hold so much more thread and it is finer weight for the back of the stitchout. I have Bro machines and my ULT's use the "L" size. The class 15 are the same diameter, but taller & won't work in my machines. I buy the plastic bobbins from metroemb and can re-use when I put color threads in the bobbin. I think the "M" ones are for commercial machines. I will never wind for embroidery again--except for matching colors. You will be amazed at how long you can embroider without replacing a bobbin!
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I use mine in my babylock espire so I would imagine you could since the brothers and the babylocks are the same
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I bought a case of white and a case of black when I bought my machine. I use NEB. My sister uses them, too. she gets them from me! We both have BabyLocks. I just have to remember to switch bobbin cases when using them and they require the adapter because they are shorter.
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I use Nebbs prewound all the time. and if it doesnt fit the machine, I re wind on to the correct bobbin. works everytime. This is a finer thread and goes a long way when there is alot of embroidery to do.
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