Our manual bobbin winders are belt driven, have self-lubricating bronze bearing, and are available in single-ended and double-ended models. The single-ended winder has a tapered shaft that will accommodate a variety of bobbins up to 6” long. The double-ended winders can be used for bobbins, pirns, and a variety of large-flanged spools up to 9” long. A clamp incorporated into the design of all of our bobbin winders means you’ll never have to hunt around for a “C” clamp again.
Our electric bobbin winder is double-ended and will accommodate bobbins, spools, and pirns up to 9” long and with flanges up to 4” in diameter. An electric winder saves time, especially when there’s a lot of winding to do. The speed of the winder is controlled by a foot-powered rheostat like that of a sewing machine.
Our lace winder is the same as our double end hand winder, with tips that will hold a lace or tapestry bobbin rather than a shuttle bobbin. Like the other manual bobbin winders, the lace winder is belt driven, and has self-lubricating bronze bearings. A clamp incorporated into the design of all of our bobbin winders means you’ll never have to hunt around for a “C” clamp again. The lace winder is available only in a double end model.
If you already have a double end hand winder, the tips for winding lace bobbins are available separately. The single end hand winder cannot be converted to wind lace or tapestry bobbins.