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Here's a picture of a holster I just finished

Discussion in 'Sponsor Showcase' started by mliebs8, Jan 26, 2008.


  1. mliebs8

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    I don't know how to post pics so I hope this works, the holster is for an XD compact
     

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  2. Rijndael

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    Sweet, looks really nice.
     

  3. MCPreacher

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    Very nice work!

    Do you have a machine or is that hand sewn? My hand sewing is obviously amateurish, but I have seen some folks who could put grandma's quilting to shame.
     
  4. Resqu2

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    I like the design, like the way the gun doesn't touch your skin. Good Job!!
     
  5. pangris

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    Looking good!
     
  6. mliebs8

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    Thanks for the nice comments. I'm actually stitching with a machine but believe me I'm like a bull in a china store. I thought about hand stitching but I plan on doing belts later and I didn't think I could do that much stitching. I bought an Artisan 3000 just incase your in the market for a sewing machine. This whole thing has been alot of fun but it's also been frustrating trying to get some of the designs down. I've had a few that were about 30 minutes from being finished and they ended up in the garbage. Everytime I make one I learn something so that's a good thing.
     
  7. RussP

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    Looks good, and the reinforcing for easy reholstering is very good.

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