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22 January 2018
If you are a beginner or an experienced lacemaker about to embark on a big pattern and looking for a quantity of bobbins at a reasonable price we just might have what you're looking for. We have just added 'Potpurri' to our Current Commemoratives page. The selection is pot luck but these spangled bobbins are great value working out at £1.00 each or less. Our final few 'Thank You' bobbins have been added to the same page.

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18 January 2018

The transfer of Winslow Bobbins to Sarah and Ben of Harlequin Lace was completed today when they collected 'their' bobbins from us. As they have plans to introduce their own designs there were some bobbins that they did not want - principally those we have inscribed (eg. Birthstones, Zodiacs, Burnt Patterns etc.) and those with our painted motifs both plain and inscribed (Commemoratives, Wise Owls, sets etc.). In addition we also have some individual charms, including Initials and Zodiacs remaining.

Details of the bobbins and charms remaining are being added to the
Bobbin Store pages. Where stock of a particular design is very low we will try and show how many are remaining and will do our best to keep these pages up-to-date. Once they have gone they will no longer be available. However, now that we are retired we may not be able to respond as quickly as we have in the past.

One minor inconvenience is that in running down the business we have given notice to terminate our contract with our debit/credit card provider and as a consequence we will
no longer be able to accept card payments. New details of how to pay are on the How to Order page.

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For the old Winslow Bobbins 'What's New' pages go to the Archive page.


We have tried to check all the changes on the website resulting from these new additions but no doubt some mistakes may have slipped through the net. If you come across any mistakes or experience any problems, errors or failed links please let us know so that we may try and rectify them.