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I have never used nets on my overlocker. I have used them to stop the thread from coming off when not on the machine. Are the spool holders like a tee ****? If so they are to hold the cone shaped thread spools.If they are like a disc, you can put them over the cotton to stop it being pulled off the stand, although i never used them on an overlocker

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