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Backpack #7 multicam.

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essal:
It's much easier for us to see the pictures right here..

Your SPI (stitches per inch) looks low. I'd crank it up to 7-9.

cdhtac:
I assume that metallic measuring tape pinned  down with clips is meant to measure the lenght of some piece? I have a 1,5m long strip of cordura for that purpose; it's a bit more accurate method as it countours with the shape i pin it to

Tarsiertactical:
Thanks for the tip!!  Ihave a juki 1541 and usually have it set on 4 or 5. It appears to be 8 stitches per inch. So you are saying the stitches should be shorter? 

Tarsiertactical:
Yes. I have been measuring much more often and it seemed to help a lot. Thats an excellent idea. Ill try it. Thanks!!!




--- Quote from: cdhtac on August 10, 2018, 11:38:29 AM ---I assume that metallic measuring tape pinned  down with clips is meant to measure the lenght of some piece? I have a 1,5m long strip of cordura for that purpose; it's a bit more accurate method as it countours with the shape i pin it to

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cdhtac:
As far as that zippered pocket (in front panel) goes;

I am sure that there is a hidden line of stitching over there, and that visible one isn't the only one.  But i would add another visible line of stitching, just for show. It gives a product a bit more finished and higher quality look. An average user might not realize that the zipper is not held in place with only a single line of stitching.

A superb build quality (and design) is what sets the gear made by like guys us apart from average mass produced the civilian products.

And that should show in the product

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