After 15 plus years of machine embroidery, I recently started using Superior Thread's Bottom Line in my bobbin. Why did I wait so long? It truly is superior to other brands I've tried and here's why.
Lots of colors
There are more than three dozen colors available which means you can easily match to top threads for when you are quilting, sewing heirloom embroidery, freestanding lace, or binding. It is also wonderful for hand applique.
Check out this selection that comes with 35 colors in a bobbin keeper
There are several different collections of Super BOBs here
. If you are unsure about the type of bobbin your machine takes, check your manual. Other specifics about bobbins are available in this blog
It is really lint free
No fuzz in the bobbin case. Like most bobbin thread, it is 60 wt. which makes it extremely fine. It is two-ply whereas most others are trilobal. Pre-wound bobbins are a better value
they can be wound so much tighter, pre-would bobbins hold three times
the amount of thread - See more at:
Because of how they are produced, pre-would bobbins hold three times the amount of thread that you can wind at home. They are also wound more precisely for balanced stitching, and
because they can be wound so much tighter, pre-would bobbins hold three times the amount of thread - See more at:
Even when you are loading bobbins, you can tell the difference. Bottom Line feels smoother in your fingers. If you put a spool of Bottom Line and another big box store brand side by side, you can see the difference in surface texture.
Get a 12 pack to try them out. They are grouped in neutrals
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