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  • Heavy duty love it
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    This is a great thread holder, it is heavy duty and replaced a flimsy one that broke easily.

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    The M. March 29, 2016
  • Craft
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    Delivery as expected. Base is not heavy enough and it topples over.

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    Janice W. January 24, 2016
  • Thread Holder
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    Product is flimsy, but works.

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    tech123 November 19, 2015
  • A Small Addition
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    This is a very small inexpensive addition to my sewing/embroidery notions BUT is close to being at the top of my list of must haves. A must have if you use a single needle embroidery machine.

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    Lorraine M. February 24, 2015
  • super cheap
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    This is a piece of crap plastic that cant hold any thread

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    eileencr February 1, 2014
  • Flimsy plastic...get the metal version instead!
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    I was surprised to see how cheaply made this thread holder is when it arrived. I tried to use it for about a week of doing machine embroidery sewing and gave up. I tried using it with cone thread on two different home sewing/embroidery machines that are different brands to get the same results. The center post is so flimsy that it bends toward the sewing machine so much that flaps back at forth and the stand moves around on the sewing table. It also tips over. IMO, it's a waste of money. I ended up getting the all-metal version that "looks" the same but it is sturdy as heck and was only twice what this plastic holder costs at the time of this post, which is just over $5.

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    SoCalMBA December 28, 2013
  • cone thread holder
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    needed this product for my use and it's perfect, I use it for double thread designs

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    aidan7 November 6, 2012
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