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  1. Hi everyone! This is the quick Sheath I made with my new Leatherwork. Sorry about the video being sideways, I am going to try and fix that! My first sheath Chip from CHIPPPER BAGS
  2. Good day . I recently bought a rex rx67d machine from a gentleman who bought a tailor shop for his dad, who was coming over from India soon. He sold it as a broken machine because he said the needle wobbled...lol...(its a compound feed). Anyways, does anyone know anything about these machines? Good? Bad? I retrofitted it with 1 hp servo motor, replacing the half horse clutch motor. Haven't sewn with it yet, had to order a drive belt and bobbins. Any thoughts? Oh...I have a half horse clutch motor if anyone needs it.
  3. Hey guys. I’m trying again to make leather pouches and bags and am confused on how to sew them without the stitches showing. I sew then flip it inside out right? Is there an easy way to explain it to me or do you have pictures on it? (I could just look on YouTube but I don’t understand the videos sometimes.). I want to make some pouches for some of my hardware since I don’t have a tool rack yet.
  4. Made some rubber reins using Equus grips from Abbey England and HO bridle leather. These grippy reins are used for jumping and cross country courses. Had fun sealing the edges with beeswax using an old Dixon edge iron from @PeterMain. Shout out to @jcuk for the tip about locating the fixed loop closer to the bar of the buckle.
  5. Excellent condition. Very little use. Accessories included. Pick up in Murrieta, CA Phone# 9513170040.
  6. Need help identifying this sewing machine can’t find anything on it online. Pics
  7. Hello All, I have my grandfathers Singer 7-11 sewing machine that he used for leather working. The machine is in excellent condition with no known issues. It was last used regularly around 8 years ago and been stored inside since then. Please let me know what questions you have and I'll do my best to answer them. $1200 USD - Cincinnati, Ohio Pictures below. Thanks, Chris.
  8. So I need to sew close to hardware as shown in the picture and the best I can come up with is to have my needle face the hardware do forward stitch two backward stitches flip it around and then go to the next piece of hardware turn it 90° go across back stitch twice cut the thread and repeat on the other side. In other words two L shapes. I'm hoping someone else has run into this and has a much more elegant solution, any help is much appreciated.
  9. I have no idea where else to ask this, but I have found more information about the singer 42-5 here, than anywhere else. I am starting a saddle and blanket repair business, and have the opportunity to buy a singer 42-5. After reading other forums, I think i will do quite well for the blanket repair, but I have no idea what it is worth. All the parts are there, and it was in good working condition 1.5 years ago before it's owner passed away. The owner used it for blankets, saddle pads, and canvas work on a regular basis. It has been in storage since. I know that without actually looking at it, no one can give an exact value, but a ballpark range would be great. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer!
  10. TomE

    Padded Halter

    Halter with padded crown and nose band, and a rolled throat strap. Hermann Oak bridle leather in havana. Supply chain has me waiting for more heavy brass hardware, so I guess I'll learn something new.
  11. Hello guys, This is my first time writing here. Its been nearly a year i am doing leather goods (wallets, wrist bags, bags, and other small projects). I want to buy a sewing machine, so i can speed up a little bit the process. Found a guy who sell both of them. Any suggestion what to choose?! Adler 69-373 for 350 EUR Adler 269-373 for 450 EUR. And, does they worth the price ?! Thanks in advance !!
  12. Cylinder arm Industrial sewing machine Atlas USA AT335, including sewing table on wheels. Plus FREE flatbed table extension. And FREE bias binder attachment. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Atlas USA AT335 = equivalent to Pfaff 335 sewing machine. Description: The diameter of arm is 46mm. It is specially designed for join-sewing. This machine can be use for edge assembly. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Model: AT335 Sewing speed: 2000 s.p.m. Stitch length: 5mm Needle: DPx17 INCLUDES: HEAD,TABLE,MOTOR. **AS NEW: BARELY USED !!** $1,599 *NO SENDING, LOCAL PICKUP ONLY IN LOS ANGELES!*
  13. Leather embossing Machine $1200. New, used 2 or 3 times to test only. Comes with lettering system and rolls of foils, padding and tape for plates. I and asking $1300 I'm closing a leather and sewing school. I purchased everything right before Covid. The school never officially opened and now I've decided to sell everything to start something new! I have supplies for leather and sewing. ie. a lot of good quality Bontex! I am located in Houston Texas and Hope to sell locally to prevent shipping. Thank you for looking!
  14. I recently purchased some python snakeskin. I would like to make a jacket out of it, will I need to back the leather before sewing? Or will it hold the stitches together? if backing is needed, could you please advise on best procedure/ material please?
  15. This sale is for Jim Marsell. He is non electronic and wants to sell this machine. He is planing on moving and doesn't want to move this machine as it is not used for the type work he does. there are several stitching feet, needles and 3 bobbins. No bobbin winder with the machine. It has been setting in the corner of his shop for a period but was fully tuned before doing so. It worked perfect when last used. More pictures to follow
  16. The HUSKYLOCK™ s15 machine is built for fabulous 2-3-4-thread results on all kinds of fabric; from stretch to sheers. The extra presser foot lift makes it easy to overlock thick layers of fabrics and quilts. Time-saving: The HUSKYLOCK™ s15 machine seams, overcasts and trims excess seam allowance or fabric perfectly in one step. Easy to use: You will love the instructional Threading Guide on DVD that comes with your HUSKYLOCK™ s15 machine. Color-coded thread guides inside the front cover on the machine lead you through the threading. Electronic speed control allows you to overlock at any speed with full needle piercing power. Fabulous finish: Overlock without puckers thanks to the differential feed. STITCHES 15 Stitches including: 3 and 4-thread capabilities for seaming and overcasting 2-thread stitches for a lightweight finish Used. In excellent condition. Asking price: $250
  17. Cylinder arm Industrial sewing machine Atlas USA AT335, including sewing table on wheels. Plus FREE flatbed table extension. And FREE bias binder attachment. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Atlas USA AT335 = equivalent to Pfaff 335 sewing machine. Description: The diameter of arm is 46mm. It is specially designed for join-sewing. This machine can be use for edge assembly. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Model: AT335 Sewing speed: 2000 s.p.m. Stitch length: 5mm Needle: DPx17 INCLUDES: HEAD,TABLE,MOTOR. **AS NEW: BARELY USED !!** $1,599 *NO SENDING, LOCAL PICKUP ONLY IN LOS ANGELES!*
  18. Anyone have any experience with a Pfaff 6?? Not a whole lot of info online about them, but they look like a solid little machine. Wondering if it'd be good for working with leather and canvas or if it's more a light machine? It looks pretty industrial from what I see but it's not a walking foot as far as I can tell. Curious if anyone has used one before?
  19. I am looking at buying myself an industrial cylinder bed sewing machine. I mainly do small to mid sized projects like belts, wallets, bags, etc. I have been looking into buying a Cobra class 26 until recently I found a 10 year old Adler K269 single needle walking foot for sale for around $1700 for stand and everything. I am wondering if this is a good deal, and if it a high quality machine with similar capabilities as the Cobra class 26. Any information on this would be a huge help.
  20. WE DO SEWING MACHINE REPAIR AND MANITENANCE ON HOME AND INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINES IN JONESBORO, ARKANSAS
  21. Hello. I am a newbie to this site, and couldn’t find a thread (lol) about this topic I make heavy duty dog collars and harnesses, mostly using 9/10 oz leather, sometimes as low as 7 oz. I need a good, strong thread that will take some abuse and not stretch out. Most of what I find is thread made for hand sewing - this is for a machine (Master Tools Cub Manual). What do you all use / suggest? It would be nice if I could find something with a good selection of colors. Thank you
  22. This is a barely used midweight to lightweight techsew 2700. Purchased in 2014. It is a walking foot industrial machine with assembled table and servo motor. Very capable up to 3/8” thick leather, heavy fabrics and synthetic materials, 10.5” long cylinder bed, Japanese hook, reverse feed mechanism for backtacking, drop in bobbin case, large custom work bench made specifically to accommodate bag work and upholstery, as well as flat sewing. 1 HP 800W SmartServo motor. This machine has been used to make about 5 bags and is basically brand new. If interested please ask for photos and I can email them directly. Local pick up only. Located in Mid Hudson Valley NY
  23. Great machine if you can’t afford to spend thousands on a leather sewing machine. I’m starting nursing school and won’t have the time for it and I need money. https://redding.craigslist.org/for/d/igo-pfaff-545-walking-foot-industrial/7216319921.html
  24. Luberto Classic Heavy Duty Sewing Machine. My father was a saddle maker and this was his machine. It's heavy cast iron on a wood table top. All one piece. Pedal or manual sewing for controlled stitching. Works perfectly. Very heavy and will need to be picked up from Pioneertown, Ca. (near Yucca Valley/Joshua Tree) I'm sorry I really don't know much about the mechanics of it but I know it works fine and never had any issues. Purchased new in 2008. Asking $5000 obo.
  25. Like New Tippman Boss Stitcher with Oak mounting desk. I am asking $1200 for both or $1000 for machine without desk. Kansas City, MO area.
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