I ordered my thread stand a couple of decades ago from Home-Sew in Bethlehem, PA, but I don't know if they still carry them. Long Creek Mills sells one just like it for a really great price, but be aware that the base is cast iron, so it is heavy to ship.
Here's the homemade one I put together this morning so that I do not have to carry it from room to room.
Before placing the thread on the hook, I twisted it so that the thread coming from the spool was in front of the thread that traveled on to the machine.
Fil-Tec Glide, to the right of the stand. The weight of the spool is enough to keep it in place. I didn't try it with a nearly empty spool, but if I have a problem with it staying put when the thread is nearly gone and the spool is much lighter, I'll just set that down into a glass, jar, or piece of pottery too.
Post Script: I did go back and use the needle nose pliers to close the ring quite a bit. While the thread didn't jump out while sewing or quilting, it did jump out while winding the bobbin.