Let’s talk bobbins….unfortunately one size doesn’t fit all, so here’s the most common ones used along with a few odd ones at the end!
One of the most common used. For front loading machines like Janome, Brother and Toyota.
Metal bobbin for SInger 15k, Jones 300 series and Frister and Rossman.
Singer Capri 300 and 500 series.
Singer 66K, 99K, 201K and other top loaders.
Bernina and Riccar models.
Bernina and Riccar Rotary shuttle models.
Some Brother Super Ace 2 models.
Singer 221K and 222K models.
Brother Industrial 755.
Singer Touch and Sew.
Viking Husqvarna models.
Like Mummy and Baby bobbins! The one on the left is for a Juki LU563 Walking Foot Machine and the baby one is for a Patcher machine, Singer 29K.
This giant is for a Singer Industrial 7- and Seiko 27B.
So endeth the bobbin chat! It’s not cast in stone the exact models stated as they can also fit others, I have just listed the majority of.
If there’s anything else you’d like me to cover, (I’m running out of ideas) please let me know
A few people have asked if I’d do a tutorial or blog type thing on servicing a machine. After much thought, I’ve decided against it for a few reasons, mainly, I like my job too much to share my knowledge! Seriously, there are too many machines for me to even begin on, no two are the same (unless you all have the same one of course!) therefore it would be wrong of me to comment on a basics, because, technically there are no basics I could tell you, other than what your manual would say. Especially now with the new machines that are supposedly oil free. Less is more here, every machine at some stage will need a little bit of oil regardless but that’s my opinion, take it or leave it! I am, however, more than happy to help anyone if they want to message me privately via facebook with their exact make and model number