993Re: linen straps
- Mar 1, 1999Timothy & List(e?)~
I agree that it's a good idea to learn how to sew, but some of us don't
have time, or remember stitching our fingers together when we were eight
(don't ask!). For us, I found a great source the other day: Wooded
Hamlet Designs of Greencastle, PA. The Wagners carry a wide variety of
strapping, binding, tape &c., in cotton, linen, worsted and more. Their
catalogue costs $1.00, and they will send a sample book for $5.00. They
can be contacted at chartruz@... .
The preceding has been a non-compensated testimonial from a real
> From: "Timothy N. Traver" <tntraver@...>
> Thanks to all who sent me info on making linen straps for a tumpline. It is
> something like skinning a snake! The construction of the straps seems
> simple, I'll have to have the queen of the sewing machine show me how to run
> the darn thing! It's never too late to learn a new hobby...
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