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  1. I want to order some pre-wound bobbins but it doesn't tell you the quantity...unless it's $10.50 for one bobbin which seems a little high. Does anyone know how many are included for the $10.50 price and do they ever have cream/off-white? 2nd Q does quilting a polyester/double-knit quilt cause any unique problems. This one is 2 1/2 in squares, all hand sewn, seams were not ironed down and each junction is like a little flower on the bottom where the 4 corners meet. I've figured out how to avoid those BUT, my thread shreds after about a foot or so of quilting. Not sure what's causing it but if someone tells me it's not the quilt, then I'll go back over everything again to see if I've missed something. I have checked needle (new), bobbin tension (good), threaded correctly, changed from poly thread to cotton...and back to poly, doesn't seem to matter, checked for lint, burrs, etc. I'm at my wits end to know what to do next. Anyone had any experience with this? Thanks in advance. I have a Millie (3rd owner) not sure how old it is probably 10-12 years old.
  2. Does anyone know how many yards of thread can be wound on to an " L " bobbin? I am trying to figure out if it is best to wind my own bobbins or to purchase pre-wound bobbins.