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March 18, 2012


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Amber H.

I've done the rewind bobbin trick myself! Glad to know I'm not the only one who's done that.


My bernina man(named Bernie funnily enough) taught us to wind our bobbin at a slowish speed rather than full speed. Apparently the fast speed stretches the thread so it winds more tightly. A bit of patience is required so be forewarned.
I always use cone spools of thread for piecing in a variety of neutral colours. cones save you a TON of money and aggravation. One of THE best sewing investments is a thread holder with a heavy metal base (don't waste $ on the plastic ones)it holds your cones and feeds the thread perfectly. I use Aurifil thread but have just purchased some Masterpiece from Superior threads. Will see how it does in the lint department.

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