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L or M class bobbins

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I am going to be buying a Lenni and I can't decide what bobbin case to buy the L or M. What does everyone have? This is my first machine everything else out there is M but I was told I would get better stitches with the L. I am just going to be using the machine for myself not business. I would love some feedback and opinions of the advantages and disadvantages of both.

Thanks carol

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In my opinion the L bobbin. When I picked up my machine in Iowa at the factory and told them that I want the L they said, 'good choice'. That was good enough for me since they deal with it all the time. 


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I, also, use the L bobbin on my Millie and have heard that using the M bobbin (which is heavier) may cause some tension issues, but then you can adjust for that.  If you don't mind changing your bobbin, I think the L is just fine.  When you  get into the M, the expense for the cases and the bobbins are greater.  

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tee hee...looks like there are "M'ers" and "L'ers" on the Forum...I am wondering if it makes any difference as to what your quilting style is?  I have an "L" in my Lucey...no problems other than having to take a break every now and then to replace the bobbin....Lin

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