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Bobbin Info and threading!

I received this item from a grandmother and with it came no instructions. I am totally clueless on how to do anything with a sewing machine. I am in need of alot of help. To start I need to know what bobbin model and bobbin case I need. Did not come with either.
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Mindy

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Take your machine to any sewing store that sells parts and accesories and they will be able to match the bobbin case to your machine. I am still using the bobbins that came with mine but you can pick up the metal bobbins at Walmart for under $4 for 6 of them.

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