3D printed English style bobbins for making bobbin lace

3D printed English style bobbins for making bobbin lace

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Overview

Handmade Supply

Craft type: Sewing, Tatting & lacemaking

Description

Fun, colorful, affordable lacemaking bobbins. These plastic bobbins are modeled and 3D printed by me! They are about 3.5" with a hole for spangles if you choose. You will see some irregularities where printing support structures were removed. Sold by the pair, so choose orange, blue-green, or one of each. More colors and styles may follow depending on demand.

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Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 3–5 business days
From United States
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and exchanges

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery

I don't accept cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

I hope you will love your purchase, or at least want to keep it, but if not I will refund or exchange provided that you contact me within two weeks of receiving the item, and return it to me in an unworn and fully salable condition. Any damage due to inferior workmanship on my part will be repaired free of charge.

There may be charges for repairs due to misuse or long-term wear-and-tear (though this is chainmaille, and you will find most of it quite sturdy). There may also be charges for substantial resizing of bracelets and necklaces. I strongly recommend that you measure some of your own jewelry for comparison before ordering if you are uncertain about sizing. The customer will be responsible for all shipping costs (both ways) if alterations are required after the product is received.

Fitting

People, and their various limbs, do not come in standard sizes. For this reason I recommend measuring a favorite bracelet or necklace of your own for comparison before ordering if you have a strong preference about the length. Bear in mind that thicker chains tend to hang slightly shorter than thinner ones. Lengths on most items can be adjusted, however, there may be charges for additions of more than 1".

Shipping policies

Small items such as bracelets and earrings will typically ship within one week of purchase. Due to frequent changes in inventory, please allow two weeks for larger items. I like to keep one of everything in stock and ready to ship, but it isn't always possible, so If you are in a hurry please contact me for my most current inventory situation.

All items ship USPS First Class mail or Priority Mail, depending on customer choice.

Please message me before making your purchase if you have special requests about shipping.

Additional policies

Care and Keeping of Chainmaille Jewelry:

The metals I use will not rust or corrode under any circumstances jewelry is likely to encounter. I advise against storing your purchase in your fish tank or similar damp environment, but other than that, I wouldn't worry. There are, however, a few things to know about my materials:

Stainless Steel:
Stainless is very durable and will not oxidize. If it gets dirty, wash it with soap and water.

Aluminum:
I use a bright aluminum alloy which oxidizes very little and will not turn visibly dark. It may, however, begin to leave dark marks on the skin, especially if worn infrequently. Wash it with soap and water to keep it clean, and let it dry thoroughly before putting it away.

Copper:
Your copper jewelry will not ever turn green if it is given a minimal amount of attention (remember what I said about not storing jewelry in the fish tank?). Over time it will develop a brown patina which many people find attractive. Like with sterling silver, the more frequently it is handled, the more slowly the tarnish develops, and the less likely it is to rub off on your skin. If you do not wear your copper regularly or wish to keep it bright, clean it with a mild acid solution. For a quick clean, rub a slice of lemon over the chain for a minute or two and then rinse it off. To be more thorough, drop it into a glass and fill it with a mix of white vinegar and water until it is covered and let it sit for a few minutes. Let your copper dry thoroughly before putting it away.

Most people do not turn colors from wearing copper unless they have a sensitivity to metals, however, a heavily oxidized piece can rub off on you a bit if it isn't given at least a light cleaning before wear. Should you neglect this, a little cold cream or other makeup removal product will help to clean it off your skin.

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Please don't hesitate to contact me about custom or wholesale orders! I am always looking for an excuse to try a new project. I am also happy to provide any of my offerings in quantity, but it may take some time, depending on current inventory. If you'd like to discuss wholesale or consignment terms, just send me a conversation.
Care and Keeping of Chainmaille Jewelry:

The metals I use will not rust or corrode under any circumstances jewelry is likely to encounter. I advise against storing your purchase in your fish tank or similar damp environment, but other than that, I wouldn't worry. There are, however, a few things to know about my materials:

Stainless Steel:
Stainless is very durable and will not oxidize. If it gets dirty, wash it with soap and water.

Aluminum:
I use a bright aluminum alloy which oxidizes very little and will not turn visibly dark. It may, however, begin to leave dark marks on the skin, especially if worn infrequently. Wash it with soap and water to keep it clean, and let it dry thoroughly before putting it away.

Copper:
Your copper jewelry will not ever turn green if it is given a minimal amount of attention (remember what I said about not storing jewelry in the fish tank?). Over time it will develop a brown patina which many people find attractive. Like with sterling silver, the more frequently it is handled, the more slowly the tarnish develops, and the less likely it is to rub off on your skin. If you do not wear your copper regularly or wish to keep it bright, clean it with a mild acid solution. For a quick clean, rub a slice of lemon over the chain for a minute or two and then rinse it off. To be more thorough, drop it into a glass and fill it with a mix of white vinegar and water until it is covered and let it sit for a few minutes. Let your copper dry thoroughly before putting it away.

Most people do not turn colors from wearing copper unless they have a sensitivity to metals, however, a heavily oxidized piece can rub off on you a bit if it isn't given at least a light cleaning before wear. Should you neglect this, a little cold cream or other makeup removal product will help to clean it off your skin.

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Please don't hesitate to contact me about custom or wholesale orders! I am always looking for an excuse to try a new project. I am also happy to provide any of my offerings in quantity, but it may take some time, depending on current inventory. If you'd like to discuss wholesale or consignment terms, just send me a conversation.