Lace Bobbins

Lace Bobbins

UNPAINTED BOBBINS

I hold in stock a wide range of plain bobbins including Midland, Binche, Bruge, Flanders, Bayeux, Modern Continental and Square. These items are generally sold in packs of ten bobbins.

 

Midland lace bobbins are available both unspangled and spangled in a range of woods including:

Maple
Guatambu
Rosewood
Ebony.

The bobbins are available spangled on request - spangles will depend on the beads in stock at the time of purchase.

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Binche lace bobbins are polished and lovely to work with. Binche bobbins are available in a wide range of woods including:

Guatambu
Olea de Copaiba
Purpleheart
Padouk
Rosewood
Pear
Amazakoue
Ebony
Laminated - a range of colours available

Mixed packs of ten bobbins are available.

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Bruge bobbins are available in a range of woods including:

Guatambu
Rosewood
Ebony
Laminated - available in a range of colours

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Flanders bobbins are available in a range of woods including:

Guatambu
Rosewood
Ebony
Laminated - available in a range of colours

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Laminated bobbins are available in limited numbers in Binche, Bruge, Flanders and Bayeux. A range of bobbins in lovely colour combinations - see photos.

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Bayeux bobbins are available in a range of woods including:

Guatambu
Rosewood
Ebony
Laminated - available in a range of colours

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Modern continental lace bobbins are ideal for working bobbin lace in thicker threads and yarns.

Each bobbin is approximately 15.5cm or 61/8 inches long with plenty of capacity for several metres of the thicker yarns and threads required to work larger scale lace. The bobbins are polished lightwood (Guatambu) and feel lovely to hold.

If you require 40 or more bobbins at the same time, please contact me for further information as I will be able to offer a discount on the purchase.

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Square polished lace bobbins with a squared-off shank which prevents them rolling on the lace pillow. Available in three styles - Long, Short and Binche - in Guatambu and Brazilian Walnut (Ipe).

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