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    Speer's homemade thread stand


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    That's pretty cool....a lot nicer-looking than mine, that's for sure!
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    Man that is way better than the piece o' crap I bought. I am going to make one tonight.

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    I just use the 1000m spoils that fit on my machine. Probibly not as cost efficient since am on number 3, but easier to work with.

    Pretty cool idea though. Thanks for sharing.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammock engineer View Post
    I just use the 1000m spoils that fit on my machine. Probibly not as cost efficient since am on number 3, but easier to work with.

    Pretty cool idea though. Thanks for sharing.
    I have had Rayway Thread for 2 years. I have made 3 backpacks, 4 tarps, 3 hammocks, and various other things while tooling around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvleph View Post
    Man that is way better than the piece o' crap I bought. I am going to make one tonight.
    What the heck is this thing? Is this a joke? If so, I have fallen for it!

    PS: Oh, OK, maybe something for sewing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lvleph View Post
    I have had Rayway Thread for 2 years. I have made 3 backpacks, 4 tarps, 3 hammocks, and various other things while tooling around.
    Yeah I should get a huge spoil. But I am always sliding my machine around on the table when I am doing smaller projects to make room to lay them out. It is more lazyness factor for the hassle than anything else.
    Is that too much to ask? Girls with frikkin' lasers on their heads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hammock engineer View Post
    Yeah I should get a huge spoil. But I am always sliding my machine around on the table when I am doing smaller projects to make room to lay them out. It is more lazyness factor for the hassle than anything else.
    And I am always knocking my spool over.

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    If I knew how to sew I would probably make one. But, my sewing instructor must be mad at me. Ive only had one lesson. BD
    Just Jeff made me do it

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    I was thinking of taking a class at the community college. Mostly so that I can learn how to make apparel. I really would like to just make gear and hike for a living.

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