Can I use class 66 bobbins?
Class 66 Bobbins
A Plastic 66 Class bobbin. … Just like Class 15 bobbins, they can be purchased in plastic or metal. Most modern machines of this class will have a plastic one. Again, they can be interchanged, but it is not recommended.
Are Class 15 and Class 66 bobbins the same?
The Class 66 Bobbin:
The Class 66 is about the size of an American nickel. Its diameter measures approximately 20.5 mm and has a width of approximately 10.9 mm. … Again, although this bobbin appears to be the same size as the Class 15 bobbins, it should not be used in a Class 15 machine.
What is a Class 66 sewing machine?
Singer 66 and 66K Sewing Machines. The Singer class 66 models were heavy duty domestic sewing machines that set the standard for several decades, and indeed the Class 66 bobbin and the 66 style horizontal oscillating hook arrangement are still in use on many ‘new’ sewing machines today.
Do all Brother sewing machines use the same bobbins?
This machine uses SA156 bobbins which are class 15 type bobbins. Use of any other bobbin may result in injuries or damage to the machine. We recommend the use of Brother genuine parts and accessories.
Are singer and Kenmore bobbins interchangeable?
Can I interchange metal and plastic bobbins if they are the same size? Metal bobbins and plastic bobbins of the same size can NOT be swapped. Machines are set for a very precise tension setting. If they are set for a lighter plastic bobbin, the tension will change if a heavier metal bobbin is used.
How do I identify my vintage Singer sewing machine?
Find Your Model #
For sewing machines manufactured since about 1990, look for the model number on the handwheel side of the machine near the on/off switch or the electric cord receptacle. You will find the model number on the front panel of machines manufactured in the 1970s and 1980s.
What machines do class 15 bobbins fit?
Class 15 bobbins fit all Janome sewing machines and all Janome made Elna & Kenmore sewing machines.
What size bobbin does Singer 4452 use?
It uses a class 66 bobbin, which has more of a curve than the 15J and is slightly narrower. Like the 15J, it is shorter than the 15. If your machine came with plastic bobbins, then use only plastic bobbins. 29 of 32 found this helpful.