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  1. They want $500 i planned on a servo and maybe a speed reducer, belt and atleast the cover plate on the end. so what I am getting is it won’t go up to that big?
  2. I am new to the sewing machine world. A consew 226 has come up for sale in my area. It sounds like the fella that is selling it was not the user and does not know much about using one. I would mainly be looking for one for wallets and 12oz or so belts. From the little research I have done it seems like this will be a good machine. I am looking for the experts opinion. one question I have is I primarily use .8mm thread now, I would like to continue to use a similar size thread. Will this machine work with that big of thread? I have not done the research yet into the mess of machine thread sizes so I am not sure what that equates to. anything I should look for in a well used 226? thanks in and Vance, Brian
  3. for those that did not know, this was going to be the first year for the show in waco. the show will not happen this year due to covid. I am very disappointed cause I live about 30 min from the site of the show
  4. would you be interested in getting rid of this one by itself?
  5. I will take the G536 stamp and the craft tool pro geo stamp. do you take PayPal?
  6. i would also like to see what ya got. maybe it can all be sold here.
  7. makers leather supply had some a while back. not sure if they still do. their site seams to be down at the moment or i would have posted a link aswell. i used some pretty cool ones with a sunflower on the one side.
  8. lol, yeah your right. you could have a "VIP" room. but for sure that would be a big turn off for some. same goes for online sales, if you do both i would have separate IG/Facebook etc.
  9. he also has a newer one of I believe his own design and a complemantary tutorial on youtube. makers leather supply has a template I believe to make one out of chap leather and one of his Monday night videos to go along with it.
  10. that is how that template is. the outer is one piece. the inner/hidden pockets are one piece with a thin strip that connects them at the top and bottom. and then the card slot pockets. I have never understood the thin strips, I don't like em and I don't do them. when I was cutting out the pieces for the one I pictured I cut the thin strips out. but If I was to use different shape card slots and leave the thin strips in the design then looks like mine could be from the same template as the other one pictured. it does make for one of the thinnest wallets I have ever carried.
  11. I don't have a pattern but I bought a template from makes leather supply. I modified it slightly to get this. maybe that will help, brian P.S. there is a good chance the one in your picture was made from that template. they have different pocket designs aswell.
  12. I was going to point this one out. he cuts sholders and neck off first. he cuts off the butt making sure to leave the center (back towards belly) about 60" anything longer than that he has a hide put up that he takes the long belts out of. I think this is mostly right, probably better to go watch the video
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