The Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl, is a hand tool that can be used to sew any heavy material. The Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl is a tool used by professionals and do-it-yourselfers such as leather crafters, sailors, boaters, horse lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and inflatable bounce house rental companies. This all-in-one sturdy sewing awl comes with waxed polyester thread and diamond point needles that are designed to sew a tight lock stitch, just like a sewing machine, with ease. This handy gadget is a must-have for bounce house rental companies.
It's also a helpful tool to have around the house, farm, workshop or any place where leather, canvas or vinyl has to be sewn or repaired. Every Speedy Stitcher is Made in the USA and comes with high-tensile waxed thread and custom-made diamond point needles. With a little practice, it sews a perfect lock stitch every time - just like a sewing machine. Uses for the Speedy Stitcher including the assembly and repair of leather goods, canvas tarps, climbing and camping gear, bookbinding repair, saddlery and tack items, athletic equipment, even shoes, and belts.
Included is the Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl, two straight and two curved needles, a built-in bobbin wound with 14-yards of waxed thread, 180 yards of additional waxed thread and product use instructions.
- Speedy Stitcher Sewing Awl
- Built-in bobbin wound with 14 yards of waxed thread
- 4 - Needles (2 straight and 2 curved)
- 180 yard roll of waxed thread
|Shipping Method||Parcel (Ground)|
|Mold and Mildew Resistant||No|
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