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Ghdnz

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  1. Here is a photo from the top view of the shoe inside where I sew around to attach it to the sole. I usually sew it with a 3/8” seam allowance and trim off the excess so the seam inside is not too much. I would love to be able to do them so no seam is felt on the inside but if I cut them down any more the fabric will possible come apart at the seam. hope these help hit let me know if any more info is needed. I really appreciate your help. Thanks.
  2. not sure if my last photo came through. This is what I sew through to attach the top to the sole. They aren’t hard soles, more of a soft upholstery leather but end up being a few layers. thanks!
  3. Hello! This is an old thread but wondering if you could answer what you think is best for what I make - I make slippers and end up sewing through quite a few layers: 2 of leather and then 2 of wool jersey and then a lining. It can be nearly 1cm thick by the time all the layers are together to join the sole. Can you advise whether it is best to get a true walking foot or if a top and bottom feed would be sufficient? I don’t use super hard leather, more like upholstery leather. Thank you.
  4. Hello! I was hoping for some advice. I make slippers that need multiple layers sewn through. When I do the sole it is 2 layers of leather and a few more layers of wool. I desperately need a heavier weight machine and I wondered if anyone could advice me on a Pfaff 145-6/1B H2S. It has a walking foot but I wonder if it is more a high speed machine? All I can find online is a 145 but with different ending numbers so not sure if this would be a good buy for me or not. thank you!
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