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Threading the Bobbin

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I have always had trouble getting my thread started on my bobbin before loading it onto the bobbin winder on the sewing machine. It seems that the hole in the bobbin gets smaller every year!

I decided to try my little Dritz needle threader and it works beautifully. Just insert the little wire piece from the outside edge of the bobbin, then push the end of your thread through that and pull it through the hole. Wind it around a couple of times and you are ready for the machine bobbin winder.

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Total Time: Less than 5 minutes

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December 10, 20120 found this helpful

Yikes! I misspelled threading! Sorry

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December 21, 20120 found this helpful

A perfect solution, thanks

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June 15, 20170 found this helpful

WOW!!! What a great idea. I'm at the age where I need all the help I can get seeing those little holes and than trying to put that shinny thread through it. Thanks for that tip, I won't mind changing my bobbin.

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January 13, 20190 found this helpful

Wow! Perfect solution for these senior eyes and now RA fingers.

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