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  1. 2017 Millie with Quiltpath. Have been using prewound bobbins exclusively, mostly Magna Glide without any issues. Had never tried my Turbo winder. Got a client quilt where she wanted a variegated thread. I had a good one with Affinity by Fil-Tec. Then she decided to ask for matching thread in the bobbin. Well, Fil-Tec doesn't offer prewounds in that line that I can find. So I dug out my second bobbin case, and finally figured out how to use the Turbowinder. The bobbins looked like they wound properly. I used the aluminum ones and the same Affinity thread. Set up my machine to quilt. As usual, I
  2. I sold my machine a couple years ago, so I no longer need the thread for it! I am offering it in three bundles or all of it for $125 plus shipping. 11 Spools of So Fine from Superior + 1 Twist - $30 + shipping 10 Spools of Glide from Fil-Tec + 2 Spools of Affinity + 4 mini Spools of Glide + 1 mini spool perish - $48 + shipping 5 Boxs of Fil-Tec bobbins of varying usage + 6 Magna Glide bobbin jars - $75 + shipping
  3. For sale: 10 "jars" of Magna-glide bobbins - trilobal polyester; Style L; 20 bobbins in a jar. Each bobbin has 72 yds. on it. All brand new; left in plastic "jar" and in a cabinet drawer in a heated (70' room). Never used. Also includes one thread color chart. Selling all as one unit. Each container contains 20 bobbins all of same color. Colors: 1.) Linen (10WG1) 2.) Cream (20001) 3.) Warm grey (10WG4) 4.) Black (11001) 5.) Dark Brown (20476) 6.) Navy (32965) 7.) White (10000)
  4. Question: Does anyone know the price of new magna glide delights bobbins? Here's the info: Trilobal polyester; Style L; 72 yds each; came 20 bobbins in a plastic jar ? I have 10 "jars" and will likely want to sell. Brand new, none ever used, been in the jars and in a cabinet. Never got around to trying them. Once I know the original cost, I can offer them at a very reasonable price. And will list all the colors when I have info re: original cost. Thanks, Lynn aka Quilt Mummo
  5. Size M Bobbin Case - Brand New, Never Used = $35.00 + SH Stand Alone Bobbin Winder for Size M Bobbins - Great Condition and Gently Used for hobby quilting only = $85.00 + SH
  6. Hi, I just picked out a bunch of stitches.....I have been winding my own bobbins mainly but had tried some Superior so fine prewound bobbins....what I noticed at first was that I had to loosen my tension on my dedicated self wound So Fine bobbin case..I thought maybe I would not have to as that was the thread that I was using....then when I tested the bobbin by pulling out some of the bobbin thread was that it did not pull smoothly...so I pulled out enough to feel like it was going smoothly...the first two bobbins worked fine as long as I removed a bit at the beginning to get a smooth pull
  7. I have a quilt I am starting and for the live of me I can not get my tension right. First the thread just laid on the quilt or at least the is what I could tell. Now the top looks good but the bottom looks like it is just riding on the fabric. I loosen the top thread and you can just about rub the stitches off but the bottom looks the same . Just out for a ride you might say. Can someone give me some advice before I scream. Or something Connie
  8. Hi all. My George is still teaching me about thread, bobbins, and tension. I am trying to diagnose problems by sound. I know he thumps when I go through seams, no problem. But sometimes my bobbin rattles, sometimes not. Anybody else have rattling, and what does it mean, do you know? Thanks.
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