Why choose a pre-wound bobbin over a hand-wound one? The main advantages of utilizing a pre-wound bobbin are the ease of use and superior stitch quality for the sewer.
A pre-wound bobbin may contain 30 to 50 percent more thread than a hand-wound bobbin, which is one of the key distinctions between them and those you wind yourself. Fewer bobbin changes during sewing are a result of the additional thread. Additionally, since the thread is wound on the bobbin at the manufacturer, the amount of thread on each bobbin is more consistently distributed. This will make it easier for you to predict when the thread will run out.
Compared to self-wound bobbins, factory wound bobbins have more uniform wind, which results in better stitches. As a result, the thread tension is more uniform as it emerges from the bobbin, which enhances the stitch quality and bobbin tension. Pre-wound bobbins' flexible sides minimize the possibility of the thread rupturing if a metal bobbin has sharp edges.
Perhaps the main benefit of using a pre-wound bobbin is that it is simpler. It saves you time because you don't have to worry about winding a bobbin before threading your machine during project setup. Because you won't need to purchase a supply of empty metal bobbins, pre-wound bobbins can also help you save money.
A top thread made of monofilament can be used for a variety of quilting techniques, including stitch-in-the-ditch, invisible machine appliqué, outlining, shaping and echoing applique, couching, and, of course, free motion quilting. For needle turn applique or EPP, the thread's smoothness makes it ideal.