How to Store Bobbins

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When it comes to sewing, no one likes to have to stop in the middle of a project to wind a new bobbin. This is why it is handy to have several pre-wound bobbins available during each project. ZJ Humbach shares several ways of how to store bobbins so you will always have one available.

Bobbin Storage

There are many different bobbin storage options available at craft and fabric stores today. ZJ shows some of her favorite ways of how to store bobbins including a flexible silicone ring and a hard plastic case. She explains that the flexible ring comes in different sizes to accommodate the size of bobbin you are storing. It is important to select the right size ring for your size of bobbin so that the bobbins do not fall out. Since the ring is made of a flexible silicone material it is meant to grip your bobbins snugly to hold them in place without the need for a lid. Another storage option ZJ shares is a hard plastic case that can store any size of bobbin. She explains how she has several different cases so that she can group similar thread colors or types together in one box and label it so it is quick and easy to know what kind of bobbin you are grabbing.

Alternative Bobbin Storage

While fabric stores offer many different products for how to store bobbins as well as other options for storing your sewing supplies, ZJ shows several options you may already have lying around your house. The first option she shows is a large medicine case. She explains how these are great for storing bobbins because they can store several, they have a lid that won’t easily come off and they are fairly see through so you can see what bobbins are in the case. Other similar storage options include used tea tins as they also securely hold several bobbins and are perfect for how to store bobbins in your sewing room or for taking your sewing on the road.

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