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  1. Lot of 38 as shown for 1 1/2" belts. $$ maker at shows. $110 shipped in con USA
  2. Lightly used Cowboy 0797 with servo motor runs happily along sewing up to 3/8" thick leather, canvas, webbing etc. using up to 138 thread and can run 210 top with 138 bottom. I have used it for bags, wallets, belts, holsters, knife sheaths and other items. I will include thread shown in 92 138 & 210, needles, edge guide & approx 20 bobbins. I prefer local pickup in north east PA as shipping for the head and motor sans table to Long Island NY is $120 and the left coast is around $170. $970 plus shipping
  4. weaver makes this punch
  5. I've done some awnings with Sunbrella, never 8 layers. Lots of marine info here
  6. I use trimmer cord for the brim. You can use wire.
  7. A cowboy 0797 or equiv will handle 138 thread, do wallets and your journals + most bags. I have run 207 top and 138 bottom but it is a bit of a stretch to say it will work well everyday. Call Ryan at Neel's saddlery (330) 549-9044 , he will be able to guide you and provide excellent service. If you want to use heavy thread you will need a different machine.
  8. Started with fluorescent pink acrylic, mixed in some dark red, a drop of black and finished it off by adding some white. Watered it down to absorb and voila.
  9. For 1/8" lace use a size 0 punch if you want round holes. I do it both ways, slits give a slightly cleaner appearance with round holes being slightly easier to work with.
  10. I can't help you with Riri. I use YKK and have not had a failure. Rub the zipper with paraffin wax to lubricate it. YKK by the yard, sliders, stops etc are available from
  11. The site is listed in his profile. This is the one he is referring to