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@SusanW , you should have no problem getting the cover over the corners. If you are a novice and want to practice using contact cement between cover and your shaved foam this would work. If you set it wrong and the set time is long say 10 minutes you can pull and peel the cover off and reset. I am ...
@Adam12 . I am sold on the Adler do want another just making mind up as you can tell by my questions.
@Adam12 , sent my juki to the Adler dealer and they tuned it. It is ready to go a brand new really 563. I am going to be curious to try this as I really like the Adler how it sews.
I am just wondering what the real big differences are between these machines other than a stitch length dial.
Ok that is what I thought. Thank you for looking that up @LLeeT
@LLeeT , I did find it on the internet a couple of places. I am thinking it may be a Yamata labeled as Hamilton.
Anybody know of this machine? I am thinking it is a machine that shares multi label brands.
@Rhonda , I cannot help but think you would be good with elastic. If this were me I would make it my own and design a slip cover with elastic ends and use a polyvinyl. You would have return business and the ease of construction by you and putting on by the gym owner would be better.
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