Type: Posts; User: SCWalker
I can only imagine.We had a few students named Jerry, and a few named Springer,during the Jerry Springer years.There were many Jerry Springer jokes going on with those students.I felt bad for them.My...
Welcome to the show Jerry. :lol::tongueup:
I agree with all of you.I will be DIY'ing my hammock.These will go to the kids,when they go out with me.Gotta drag'em away from their mom.
I have $50 in these four hammocks.The blue and green,I have had for over a year and never touched them.I will be busy over the next week to week and a half.I plan to pull them out and go over the...
I can pack my camp hammock set up in half of one of my motorcycle JCW 928 cases,or close to 10 cubic inches worth of space.
:thumbup: Thanks for posting.Subscribing to your channel.I been looking at doing a few of these for moto/car camping.
Shug Emery! :thumbup1:
I dug out my Singer 237 fashion Mate and cleaner her up.Now I just gotta order supplies like needles and thread.I have no needles or thread for this machine.:blush:
Welcome.I frequently travel through your area.I have camped off of hwy276 above Sliding Rock.great area up in there.
There's many was to skin this cat.It's not very expensive to try a few and pick the best one you like.
How did I miss this.Awesome idea.
:shades: Yes! More SC members. :lol:
Way to go. May '05 for me.
I con't wait for this one.
I just can't allow all this sexiness to touch the ground.
Yeah,I couldn't make it through that with a straight face either.
I'd never get that machine threaded right. :lol:
When I did auto upholstery I ran a pfaff like this one.
And when I owned my own auto,boat,van,and rv...
Ahhhh a sleeping shed.No need for AC down there or heat.
If that machine is open underneath,it would be excellent for hemming bags,shirts,sleeves,pants legs,and tight areas where the material needs to travel around the machine.
The Singer 237 is worthy of a repair bill.They are really tough machines and capable of doing some leather work.
It would be nice to get a group of hammockers together and raid the UK mid summer.I've always wanted to see that part of our world.:thumbup:
Love that crankcase like a car set up complete with oil pump and oiling system.That machine should out last the interwebs.
I have that machine.Quality unit.Link in my sig line to it.
Skwatupu and old indian word for man that makes many potty stops.
Click for full image.:laugh:
I got these at K-fart for $17 each.I bought two,one blue one green.
I'm gonna have a look at them when she pay's out the layaway.I think the problem maybe that they are probably single stitch...
That's confusing,because I distinctly remember the label on the ones we bought saying the length was 104.The website says 84.I'm short some where between 5'7" and 5'8" in my socks,so maybe no...
That sucks that you had such a bad experience with their product.I would have made a point to contact them and let them know the problem.That gives them feedback to make future products better.I had...
Tonight while foot cruising the Brevard,NC K-fart,I stumbled upon TexSport Hobo II Hammocks.While SWMBO wasn't looking,I slipped a blue and a green one in to her layaway cart for our son's...
Good answer good answer. :thumbup:
Nope.It's an unfounded rumor propagated by the neighboring states. :tongueup:
What oil do you guys use on your machines?I have a Singer Fashion Mate 237.Mine is in this thread sum whurs.
I don't have any blue options for themes and I am not sure how to change it in FF.All I have is test orange and hammock camping.
Yep plus we got all the good camping spots. :thumbup:
:thumbup: Mine was Huggy Bear. :lol:
It took me a few minutes to come up with it.
I'm glad you cleared that up.I was seriously eyeing you as a stoner. :laugh:
I kid I kid.
Jeebus!You guys are gonna drive up the cost of old sewing machines and make rare collector items outta some.
IS that the same as one foot behind the other? :mellow:
All those attachments and feet are priceless.OK not quite but it is rare to find the whole set with the machine.I still can't find any of them for my Fashion Mate.
I prefer the zig zag and feel it's a little more forgiving,however,most of the retail hammocks I have seen do fine with straight stitching.My opinion only and I honestly don't have much hanging...
Just gotta rotate the pic before uploading.
Shugger's vids convinced me too. :lol: