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Hi! I have an assortment of Long arm books I am ready to pass on. They are $5 each, plus shipping, or $40 for all of them. These are the titles: Free motion designs for Allover Patterns by various authors Free Motion Block Designs by various authors Sampler quilt Smackdown by Bethanne Nemesh Step by Step Free Motion quilting by Christina Cameli No Mark Quilting Designs by Nan Moore 75 Quilting Patterns by Helen Squire The art of Feather quilting by Judy Allen The Ultimate Guide to Longarm machine quilting by Linda V. Taylor Formal Feathers 101 by Sherry Rogers Harrison Long Arm Machine Quilting by Carol A Thelen I also have 65 prewound L size bobbins in assorted colors From Fil Tec Clear Glide for $20 plus shipping. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Include your zip so I can estimate shipping charges for you.
Hi, newbie here - I have a couple of questions. I finally used a prewound bobbin and had a separate bobbin case I planned to keep just for prewounds, so the backlash spring was out. Well, as per Superior Thread's advice as well as Jamie's video, I did the test where it would flip over in my hand and not lift. (It was a Glide prewound). Anyway, it kept lifting out of my hand and I kept loosening the bobbin case screw until I had it not lifting. However, as I was inserting it into my Freddie, the screw fell out and I couldn't find it anywhere on my multicolor Berber carpet. (!!!!!!!) Luckily I had another bobbin case I was going to keep for bobbins I wind, but now it's my new prewound bobbin case! So I fiddled with it but was afraid to loosen the screw too much, and it was still lifting slightly out of my hand when I got annoyed and just stuck it in. The tension looked ok but I thought I saw a few places that looked slightly eyelashy. so, I'm curious about the best way to check tension on prewound bobbins. My second question is about using variegated thread in bobbin and top. Should I be seeing dots of the bobbin thread on top? I swear, sometimes I feel like I'm Lucy in an 'I Love Lucy' episode! The last episode would have been when a washcloth got sucked up into my bobbin area on my Freddie. Thanks for any advice!
Hey all, I have been experimenting with pre-wound bobbins and would love to get an informal survey of what you all do when using Superiors Super Bobs pre-wound bottom line bobbins . Do you take the cardboard off only on the side that is up against the inside of the bobbin? Do you take both cord board sides off both ends and then adjust bobbin tension after each modification?? or do you leave both card board sides on the pre-wound and still get pretty stitches? I actually called superior the other day and the advise I got was pretty useless.."it;s what ever you would like to do" . Well I feel like my tension is sub-optimal when using them in-spite of the fact that they are suppose to be a good product. I love to love these as the magna-glide classics are just so much more expensive. To add a little more twist in this survey , do you use the spring in the back of the bobbin casing or have you removed it and use a bobbin genie washer by Sharon Schamber?? Do you think they help?? I know this is several questions wrapped into one, but ultimately related. I know I can count on all you expert advice ! Thanks, Debbie
What are your thoughts on prewound bobbins. And do you have a preference over the card board sided bobbins or the plastic sided prewound bobbins. Or just winding your own. I want to use them on my Millie. My Millie is running great now I think I just needed to get use to her. I love quilting with her now Thanks, Marti