When you’re machine quilting there are few things easier than prewound bobbins. DecoBob Prewound bobbins make longarm quilting even easier!
DecoBob Bobbins Prewound – 103 Grey are pre-wound bobbins from Wonderfil. DecoBob thread is an 80 weight cottonized polyester thread, which means the 100% polyester thread is treated to behave like cotton. It has no stretch, and though delicate, it is very strong! This super skinny thread can be paired with almost any top thread you can think of! That skinny thread also means you’ll have more thread per bobbin – 210 yards for M sized bobbins, and 110 yards for L sized bobbins. DecoBob prewound bobbins are wound on plastic bobbins with perfectly consistent tension, and are absent of glue or wax residues.
DecoBob Prewound Bobbins are perfect for quilting, piecing, hidden stitching, micro embroidery, machine embroidery, digitized lace making, and all purpose sewing.
You’ll love the ease and efficiency of quilting with DecoBob pre-wound bobbins! These prewound bobbins are available in 36 colors in the M-sized and L-sized bobbins. To make choosing the perfect bobbin color easier we also have DecoBob color cards available.
debower (verified owner)
Decobobs I love this bobbin thread! However, sometimes there's a burr on the edge of the plastic bobbin and I have problems; I simply rewind on to a metal bobbin and it works great. Can't use the paper sided so this is a great option.
ccampbell701 (verified owner)
Pre wound bobbins Makes quilting so much easier!! Ty ty
sportsterchick1200 (verified owner)
I have been playing with different threads and this one goes the distance! Color is wonderful blender! Cost effective.
TRACEY MOYER (verified owner)
pre wound bobbins I like these bobbins they last a long time. We make 48 x 72 inch charity quilts for needy high school kids and I do a meander pattern on them and I can quilt 4 quilts with one (1) yes one bobbin My only problem is I can't reload them with my machine as the post hole is too big for my machine. I don't know how to save them from a landfill. Can these be sent back and the manufacturing company to refilled?