SUPPLIES * 13 square feet of 2 ounce leather * Canvas or felt * Fusible interfacing * 7"-long exposed zipper * Leather sewing machine needle * Polyester thread * Ballpoint pen * Binder clips * Roller, PTFE or walking foot * Fabric basting tape * Pattern weights or craft tape * Rubber cement
* Roller PREPARE Download the Lovely in Leather skirt pattern from sewnews.
Do not use rubber cement
, glue, or Scotch or masking tape, as these can damage your materials.
The higher modulus, coupled with the sub-millimeter rubber cement
coating, provides three key benefits: decreased cap ply usage, improved tire performance and reduced manufacturing steps.
Cheap tire patch kit glue, spray carpet adhesive, rubber cement
, textile adhesive and so on all work.
I've tried everything from rubber cement
, blue sticky tack, masking, and packing tape.
Finally, you need a good glue stick or a bottle of rubber cement
I would work a long weekend about once a month, pasting the magazine together with rubber cement
and scissors and all that.
They even learned that cutting and pasting actually used to involve knives and rubber cement
It was used to make the rubber cement
used by shoemakers and they "more than any other working group paid the price" Blanc says.
Permanent felt-tip markers, rubber cement
, spray fixatives, powdered clay, polymer modeling clay, finger paints and instant papier-mache are other standard arts and crafts supplies that contain hazardous chemicals.
1 large dry dipper-type gourd Small tape measure Small protractor Pencil Masking tape Rubber cement
Yellow carpenter's glue Drill with 1/4" drill bit Small fine toothed hand saw, I use an Exacto brand saw Block, totem 1/2" x 1-3/4" x 1" block of wood (preferably bass wood) Mouthpiece 2" x 2" x 2-1/2" block of wood (preferably bass wood) Platform 1/4" x 1/2" x 3" length of wood (preferably bass wood) Internal wall 1/4" x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" scrap wood 24" length of wooden dowel, that will fit the inside diameter of the neck 1 chamfer 1/2" x 2" x 1/16"-3/32" wood (I use a 3/32" piece of balsa wood.
If the leak was repairable, an appropriately sized patch from the tool kit was selected, smeared with rubber cement
and pressed over the hole.