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#1 oldjd OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Oct 31, 2017 4:48 PM

Thanks to the generosity of a fellow AA, we can now offer these XBox embroidered dustcovers.

Price will be $25.00 plus shipping.

This is for the first XBox.

 

PM with your info. and all that stuff

And as always Barb and I thank you!!

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Edited by oldjd, Wed Nov 1, 2017 6:16 PM.


#2 Iwantgames:) OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Nov 2, 2017 1:29 PM

Nice! My Xbox is still packed away but may need to get one of these soon :)

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Posted Thu Nov 2, 2017 11:11 PM

This looks great, and I may be interested shortly, as soon as I can figure which way is up.  Keep up the good work, however!!!

 

Also, if you could please consider finding some of the brown vinyl that will match the "classic" brown vinyl, used in some of the other old systems.  I have many systems (Atari, Commodore, etc) that used this.  Although I do prefer the black, it'd be great to have some in the brown to match and look "vintage."  I understand, however, that this may not be practical.  Here is an example of the vintage stuff:

 

 

Atari 400 Cover.jpg

 

 

But that is just a minor suggestion.  Your stuff rocks, and is not available anywhere else!  :)

 

 



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Posted Thu Nov 2, 2017 11:17 PM

How big is the machine that Barb uses?  I got my wife one of these crazy things a while back and hers is rather large.



#5 oldjd OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Nov 2, 2017 11:31 PM

1st, believe it or not when we first started making the covers we used brown 100%.And we used that for about 6 months, and were making the 2600 cover only.At some point a buyer said we should try the covers in black

because he felt that give them more pop. It did and things took off from there. 

Since that time,like 10 years ago, I can count on one hand how many requests we have had for a cover in brown.

I suppose that we could offer an option for brown, but with everything else were working with, wait times could be a deal killer.

 

CPU, her machine is larger then say a conventional sewing machine, but not much. What makes it great as far as I can see is its abilty to run with patterns that she has downloaded to a thum drive and then plugs into the machine. What the bad thing is, she has to change the thread everytime there is a color change on the pattern. I have been hearing rumbling from hger side of the room of needing a machine that can run various colors at the same time. $$$$$ might ne awhile for that one.



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Posted Thu Nov 2, 2017 11:39 PM


CPU, her machine is larger then say a conventional sewing machine, but not much. What makes it great as far as I can see is its abilty to run with patterns that she has downloaded to a thum drive and then plugs into the machine. What the bad thing is, she has to change the thread everytime there is a color change on the pattern. I have been hearing rumbling from hger side of the room of needing a machine that can run various colors at the same time. $$$$$ might ne awhile for that one.

 

LOL, yes, she built a custom rack for colored spools.  She can only do one at a time, but she figured out how to use Photoshop to make stuff in layers and send it over to the custom cheesy software. :)







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