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  1. #21
    nwmanitou's Avatar
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    I just may have to. All the encouragement I'm getting from this hammock has me chomping at the bit to start a couple more projects I have in mind.

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    Indeed, your rig dose look good, and that camo is going to be mighty popular around here. I had better grab a bunch more before it's all gone.
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    Senior Member Splinter's Avatar
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    Definitely a nice looking hammock! Really liking the Bishop Sack...great craftsmanship!
    "Do, or do not. There is no 'try'."
    - Yoda

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    Senior Member Perkolady's Avatar
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    timberghost, that's a great looking hammock you made! I love the fabric and the way you did the edges!

    Congratulations to you!

  5. #25
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    Regarding sewing machines...
    In the dim past, in the late 1970s, I was given sage advice by a little old man in a sewing machine store.
    [] Avoid Singer / Sears (at that time, they were horrid machines)
    [] Trust Janome / New Home (Japanese sewing machine company)
    http://janome.com/index.cfm

    Janome manufactured machines for many other labels / brands. If the machine was "Made in Japan", it was likely to be a Janome.
    Their machines were very sturdy, with direct mechanical linkages to the various parts (no belts to slip, stretch or break - the curse of Singer / Sears).

    The clunky unstylish models are probably the best value - and most reliable. No drop in bobbin. No finicky gadgets. Avoid the electronic gizmo models, despite their allure.

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