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  1. Here's my first foam backed seat topper using my Fabricator machine. This is on 1/2" foam. Finishing this seat hopefully in the next week.
  2. I do love the Fabricator machine! Yes, you're limited on thread size, and I'm sure veg-tan is not recommended but I have sewn veg-tan on it. I like the quality in the machine. So I'm guessing the new one for Tandy is high quality also. I won't be making holsters, saddles, or heavy leather items so this machine works for me. They are hands on at Sailrite and have great videos to boot! Fabricator has a 2 year warranty on parts and labor.
  3. If you get wholesale from Tandy the cost is $1350 if I remember right. I paid $1500 for my Fabricator from Sailrite. I'm very pleased with the quality and they have tons of how to videos. Quality machines.
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    Carving dog

    Great work and nice video of progression!
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    "Genuine" Leather

    Ha! Good point!
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    "Genuine" Leather'll be better off with your own redo!
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    A belt just for me

    Nice vintage buckle Jeff! Bridle leather 2 layers or just one?
  8. Sailrite also has great videos on YouTube and their own site!
  9. I have the Fabricator from Sailrite. Great instructions on putting it together. The foot doesn't raise all that high for thick leather, but sews very well. I've used it on veg-tan leather but I sew slow on it. A very quiet machine and built well.
  10. Nice and sleek! Beautiful!
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    New Member from Kentucky

    Welcome! Please post them!
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    Tank Panel for Harley Davidson Deluxe

    Great job! Very unique details.
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    Sheridan tote bag

    Just beautiful!!