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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Boogie, Jun 8, 2019.
Snazzy strap, eh, Serge?
Yeah, it’s rad.
Reason #1: I haven’t made it yet.
Reason #2: If/when I make one I’d have to send it to @]-[@n$0Ma☩!©
I recall hearing that Louis Vuitton is upset with Dave for rocking that since it’s a fake. It was a thing on the internet a few years ago, maybe even a cease and desist letter or something, which is funny since Dave had a working relationship with them... I would’ve figured they’d just make him one.
Maybe it’s the Dunlap strap locks that makes it look chintzy?
If you made one, you’d better make 50. Now I sound like your marketing manager.
I have enough vinyl to make one, maybe two, getting ahold of it is difficult and/or expensive.
My sewing machines are buried behind a pile of crap, I’m never left alone, and I need to buy special needles for vinyl/leather.... so it may be awhile. But believe me, it’s on my list.
Dude, you never fail to amaze me.
I'd buy one.
Huh. I thought this thread was about the haircut.
Sewing is a good survival skill to have, you never know when you’ll wind up on a deserted island and need to make a gown or a dust ruffle.
Oh, well that’s easy.... My hairline is migrating to my ears and nose.
Just be happy you still have a hairline! But, yeah .
I meant that in the most admiring and positive sense. Everybody could use a good Singer.
GG, Don’t be sad. Hair is greatly overrated.
Eyebrows are the first to get unruly. Then the ears.
My pride and joy is my mom’s old 1980’s Bernina.
I’ve been cutting my eyebrow into two separate ones since high school, so mine never get too crazy.
It’s when you look down and discover your first grey hair! The beginning of the end!!
I dunno. The strap kinda clashes with the tattoos, doesn’t it?
Thank goodness that hasn’t happened to me! There’s almost no pigment left on my head, which I’m ok with, but I’m just not ready for the rest to go gray.
Sheesh - gave me a Dark Souls flashback!
“It puts the lotion in the basket”.
Long ago as an early teen, my mom pulled me aside and told me that a man needs to know 3 basic things since his mom won't be around forever to do it: how to cook a meal, how to wash & fold clothes and how to sew a basic stitch in case you lose a button or such. Many years later, my wife always comes to me when she needs something stitched back together and I fully plan on passing those lessons onto my little guy when he's old enough.
Nice! I’m forever grateful I learned how to sew.
Plus, a sewing machine is technically a power tool.