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    Quote Originally Posted by corsican View Post
    What kind of machine is it? Is it strong enough to make a hammock and the straps?
    It's a sewing machine. Whether or not it is strong enough depends on whether or not it runs. It should be a good enough machine as long as it is good running condition. Beyond that, without looking at it I can't say much more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corsican View Post
    I just bought a kenmore thread injector model 148.12200. I paid 13 dollars for it. What kind of machine is it? Is it strong enough to make a hammock and the straps?
    http://www.thetreadlersvillage.com/Kenmore_1220.html

    Does it look like this? Most sewing machines can make hammocks and straps, if they are in acceptable working condition. Did you get a manual with your sewing machine?
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