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This is  my take on a traditional dual strap satchel. I used Horween's Chromexcel, Bucanneer and Casco horse front. The bag is hand stitched with brass and copper rivets and the straps were sewn on my CB3200. It has a removable pouch that can fit small items or a small tablet.

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looks good

chromexcel is oily - will the cement/glue keep the lining?

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The lining is stitched to the bag so there is no chance of it coming loose.

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Beautiful Bag

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I like your stuff!

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That has "buy me, buy me" written all over it!  Awesome colors, textures, design and construction.

YinTx

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I dig it.  Very well executed.

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Thanks everyone! Now I have to make a version that can handle carrying heavy bottles of liquor for a distiller friend of mine.

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Excellent!!!

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Nice work.... why didn't you do the whole thing on your cb3200?

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On 12/25/2017 at 11:20 AM, David Bruce said:

Thanks everyone! Now I have to make a version that can handle carrying heavy bottles of liquor for a distiller friend of mine.

Now that’s my type of bag and friend.

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On 1/3/2018 at 10:53 PM, Deryk said:

Nice work.... why didn't you do the whole thing on your cb3200?

I'm still not comfortable sewing around the gusset with the CB3200 and didn't want to ruin the bag. I'm gearing up for some shows so I'll be forced to learn!

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