My honey needs his Carhardts. They are made tough, but zippers seem to give out long before the things need patches. I've replaced the zipper on his overalls and today it was the zipper on his old coat. That thing had four rows of stitching on each side of the zipper! Taking it out was a major production, putting it back in wasn't as hard. I have to sing the praises of my old Husqvarna Constitution 200. It went through three layers of duck cloth and the zipper.
See the stained old coat? You can't really make out the new zipper. Honey was very happy.
If you're thinking about buying a sewing machine, I'm a big advocate for the Husqvarna.
God bless your evening.
Just wanted to say... ya its storming here. Not at blizzard standards but its not nice! We finished tucking in the critters this morning, except the cattle. I have a feelingyour right about Caitlin calving in the middle of all this but some far, no new signs. Stay warm!
Sending My Mending Your Way should be arriving soon...lol (Trust me You wouldn't want it). Internet has let me on this morning (although it looks as if it will make me 'reconnect' before I can post this). You know I really want to Thank You Dearly for all the little messages you've sent on occaision. To know someone cares even in times when my own issues won't allow me to reciprocate is a Christ-like trait if ever there was one. Blessings To You Rhonda and Merry Christmas
yup you can work up a sweat for sure careful about the chill from that wee breeze could be nasty. We liked working the horses when horse logging at -10 to -20 No bugs, didn't have to thaw out their breathing apparatus, and we didn't work up too much of a sweat. That is IF there wasn't a nasty wind chill like you are having. We actually do not have much for wind today a little bit of a breeze. PTL windchill at this temp would kill! The cows and horses are loving the sunshine and the hay bale not even fighting! Have a good day.Roxanne
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