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The wooden bobbin is a bit of textile history. Made to last and used during a time when organic was how all fiber was farmed. Victorian textile mills developed wooden bobbins and spools to organize the threads on their looms, completely transforming the way textiles were produced during the industrial revolution.
The braider bobbin was used to produce a uniform braid in a 'maypole' style wrap, often water was used to power the braiding machines. Each bobbin is from 4 to 6 inches tall and 1-1 1/2 inches wide at the top.
An enduring way to organize your twine, ribbons and trims. Something to re-use, not toss.
Or killer chess pieces for the serious textile hound. ;-)