So why is chainstiching, and sourcing a place to do it, so seemingly elusive?
chainstitching on denim is in fact not chain stitching, but a double lock stitch. i believe there's not a lot of machines that are made to do that, the union special being the only machine that i personally know that can do it
because for the full authentic experience, denimnerds insist that the machine also be 50 years old. imagine if someone wanted to run legacy DOS software and insisted that he find a 10 year old computer to run it on. would be laughable. there are tons of machines that can chainstitch a pair of jeans, according to wiki.
im so glad i had you on ignore, but then i ed once i clicked view your post. you shouldn't sarcastically comment on things that you don't know about. it makes you look like a complete tool. wish i could neg you so hard right now
how has no one posted anything worthwhile in like 4 pages of this thread?? robert, no one gives a shit about your thoughts on the differences between UO and jcrew. take your convo to random fashion thoughts or the jcrew thread where you can discuss which of the two is shittier. in the meantime...happy birthday me
I thought the mods restricted you to the jcrew thread with all the other clothing retards? sqf4u- have gant shirts changed their cut? I remember trying one on a year or so ago and it was hard for me to find a size that fit. Could never get the shoulders, body, arms to all work together on me