It's all fun and games until your bobbin runs out! And when it does, you know who to call. We have a wide selection of sewing machine bobbins and bobbin storage to keep those lil' guys in check, because they sure can roll everywhere! Find your sewing machine bobbin right here, from Bernina to EverSewn, and keep on stitching!
Find the perfect sewing machine bobbin for your project at Missouri Star Quilt Company! From refill bobbins and bobbin cases to bobbin holders and other sewing machine parts, we’ve got you covered with our extensive selection.
What is a bobbin? A sewing bobbin is one of the important parts of your sewing machine that stores your sewing thread and helps feed it into your sewing machine, keeping you sewing steady and happy! Bobbins come in different sizes depending on your sewing machine so keep reading to find out which bobbins you need.
Are sewing machine bobbins universal or can you use any bobbin in a sewing machine? Not all bobbins are not all the same. There are many different sizes of bobbins for different sewing machines. There are a few main types of bobbins:
About the size of a nickel, this type of bobbin is completely flat. It’s available in both metal and plastic. Measures 11.7mm in width. The diameter is 20.3mm. Are all class 15 bobbins the same? You betcha!
Also nickel-sized, this bobbin is curved on the top and bottom. It’s available in plastic and metal. Measures 10.9mm in width and 20.5mm in diameter.
L Style Bobbin
Also about the size of a nickel, this bobbin is flat and narrower than a class 15 bobbin, measuring 8.9mm in width with a diameter of 20.3mm.
M Style Bobbin
About the size of a quarter, this bobbin is large and flat, and it’s available in metal, plastic, and aluminum. Measures 10.7mm in width and 24.9mm in diameter.
You can find the right bobbin for your sewing machine right here at Missouri Star. Want to learn how to thread a bobbin and how to load a bobbin? Each brand of sewing machine is a little different, so you’ll want to read up in your manual so you know exactly how your machine works before you start stitching. We know you can do it!
And if you happen to be nearby, be sure to stop by the Machine Shed in Hamilton, Missouri, to give our brand new sewing machines a test drive and pick up all the bobbins you need to keep on sewing!
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