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Those are really handy, I have one. I had (bought a new one recently) a small walking foot sewing machine I used to make a bunch of canvas products for our last sailboat - saved hundreds and hundreds of bucks. I made a full boat awning, duffel bags, pouches for charts, bags, etc.
 

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Those are really handy, I have one. I had (bought a new one recently) a small walking foot sewing machine I used to make a bunch of canvas products for our last sailboat - saved hundreds and hundreds of bucks. I made a full boat awning, duffel bags, pouches for charts, bags, etc.
I can think of a ton of jeep things that could be made with that type of machine.
 
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I think I remember you looking into that a couple years ago....



Lets see some pictures of your needlework Mary:grin2:
It may not be pretty but it’s holding up.







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Not a bad stitch fix at all! I like it. I have eyeballed those at harbor freight a few times, but wasn't sure what job I could use it on at the moment.

Have you stitched up anything else with it yet?
 

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Not a bad stitch fix at all! I like it. I have eyeballed those at harbor freight a few times, but wasn't sure what job I could use it on at the moment.

Have you stitched up anything else with it yet?


I haven’t yet. But there are a few more spots on the soft top that need some attention.


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