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Old 02-04-2007, 11:09 AM
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Thanks, Dusty ... it's good to touch bases with you again, Bro'!

LOL! I *love* that one: "If you want to hear God laugh, just let Him know you have plans..."

Hey Dan -- I have an update re: The Tacsew ... the bobbins load from the left side of the machine, not on the top or front ... and he said he would include a welt foot for me along with 5 size 21 needles and 5 M-Class bobbins.

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Alan: Sorry I didn't answer you sooner, I was on a snowmobile trip. Left side is good, better than a front loader. Ask for a 1/4" welt foot,... this is kind of a personal preference, but that size has always worked well for me. With leather or vinyl I use 3/32" or 4/32" weltcord so the welts don't look fat. Normal weltcord that I use for fabric is 5/32". Extra bobbins and needles always come in handy. The Tacsew uses a 135x17 needle like my Consews. You will really love the heavier sewing machine, it will make your sewing much easier.
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Thanks, Dan ... I was wondering where you were.

I hope your snowmobile trip was a total blast!
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