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Old 01-10-2011, 07:12 PM
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used my new trimmers table today pics attached

hi guys , after spending many many months reading post by dan two lakes ( what a genius ) codeville and others in this amazing forum , ive done my first base cushion today for the vw seats , using the sew foam method. im so proud of how it turned out , took me 4 hours .




thanks for looking. ade

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Old 01-10-2011, 07:24 PM
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pics didnt work as good as the base cushion
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pics didnt work as good as the base cushion
Give it another shot.
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what a dummy i am eh ? i set the album to private on the host site.

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You did a nice job. What fabric did you use?
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looks good
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You did a nice job. What fabric did you use?
thank you , its vinyl from jaguar. the guy they belong to has a `friend' that works for jaguar and he got him the vinyl .its a lovely material , lovely to work with. ade
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What type of machine do you have?
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Hi mate, its a Toyota , copy of the singer 111w... i don't know the model but I have listed the model on here before . Ade
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Hi mate, its a Toyota , copy of the singer 111w... i don't know the model but I have listed the model on here before . Ade
The 111W and it's clones are great machines. I've got a singer 111W153 and a Consew 225. The Consew is a better machine in my book because it has more lift and does a bigger stitch. Although the 153 is nothing to sneeze at either
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finished the seats , just got the arm rests and headrests to do saturday.





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Looks great! You did a good job.
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thanks mate , first ones ive ever done , has taken me approx 16 hours from start to where they are now. ade
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