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Tips & Techniques > Know when your bobbin thread is running out!

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Posted on: 4/10/12 10:30 PM
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It's probably happened to everyone. You're coming into the home stretch, sewing up that last seam. Almost there....And then you realize your bobbin thread ran out about three inches ago! Here's how I solved that problem. When I start my project, I always wind at least 2 bobbins of the thread I need. One goes in the bobbin case, the other goes on the spindle in place of the spool of thread. That way, I can see if the bobbin on the spindle is getting low, I know the bobbin thread is running out, too!

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kadytheredpanda said... (8/31/12 9:44 PM) Reply
That is brilliant!
lvs2sew said... (5/20/12 9:41 AM) Reply
Awesome idea never would of thought to do that I am going to give it a try today
petro said... (4/13/12 4:32 PM) Reply
An ingenious idea.
Mary Stiefer said... (4/12/12 11:05 PM) Reply
Wow - great idea
lca said... (4/12/12 2:42 PM) Reply
Great idea!
Laurie Lou said... (4/11/12 12:41 PM) Reply
Genius!!! This deserves to go into the next issue of PR sewing tips!
ASiverson said... (4/11/12 10:56 AM) Reply
Great tip! I can't tell you how many times my bobbin thread has, unknown to me, run out!
Mike Schoppe said... (4/11/12 9:51 AM) Reply
Thanks Mom. That's a Wow moment! Simple yet effective. Never even thought in that direction for one moment. Mike
elsew said... (4/11/12 8:10 AM) Reply
great idea
peagreen255 said... (4/11/12 6:32 AM) Reply
Simple and smart.
Wandy said... (4/11/12 2:01 AM) Reply
not bad at all
 
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