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Why is it called a bobbin?

Bobbin comes from the French bobine, “small instrument used in sewing,” which shares a Latin root with babble, for the sound it makes while unspooling.

What is a bobbins in British slang?

(plural) British slang matter that is worthless or of inferior quality; rubbish.

What is the point of a bobbin?

As used in spinning, weaving, knitting, sewing, or lacemaking, the bobbin provides temporary or permanent storage for yarn or thread and may be made of plastic, metal, bone, or wood.

What is another word for bobbin?

What is another word for bobbin?

drum roll
pin quill
ratchet reel
spindle spool
scroll spiral

Whats is the meaning of bobbin?

1a : a cylinder or spindle on which yarn or thread is wound (as in a sewing machine) b : any of various small round devices on which threads are wound for working handmade lace. c : a coil of insulated wire also : the reel it is wound on. 2 : a cotton cord formerly used by dressmakers for piping.

What does bobbins mean in Manchester?

bobbins (uncountable) (Lancashire, slang) crap, rubbish, something worthless or nonsensical quotations ▼

What does Unpicker mean?

un·pick. (ŭn-pĭk′) tr.v. un·picked, un·pick·ing, un·picks. To undo (sewing) by removing stitches: unpick a seam.

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