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Tulsa

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About Tulsa

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    Tulsa, OK. USA
  • Interests
    Sewing, shooting, bushcraft, Motorcycle touring,

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Whatever I want that’s easy
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  1. Assuming you are referring to the thread take up spring, I’ve attached a photo that shows adjustment. This is from the 1541S owners manual that came with my machine, Hope it helps. Tulsa
  2. I’m a long time lurker and haven’t posted here before. If I understand what you are looking for, then Maybe.... Maybe the solution is a different needle? You could get that hand-stitched look with the right needle tip. As an example, I’ve attached a technical marketing bulletin from Groz-Beckert, a needle manufacturer. Perhaps a different needle would get your intended result. I have no idea if these are available to fit any particular machine. I enjoy the technical aspect of sewing and leather craft, maybe more than the creation part of it. Or maybe I’m just stupid. Hope this helps. Randy in Tulsa EDIT: Going through this thread again, now I’m not sure this is what you are asking. Back under my rock. BRO_SMN_15_EN_01_20130703_150.pdf
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