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Old 09-09-2005, 01:49 PM   #2
Dakota Wica'hpi Ina
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Quite seriously, if you factor in the cost of labor, materials, and shipping, It would be about the same or cheaper to buy an industrial sewing machine. Hancock's has the ones made for schools for sale about once a month. Bonus is you keep the machine for other projects. These machines even sew leather. The Laubin's book will show you how to stitch it.

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