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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-23-2010, 07:54 AM Thread Starter
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so I got bored and decided to add some accents to my Boot, let me know what you think!




Im gonna add in some more green on the outer stitching but for now just the middle stitch
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Good job.
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Wow, I was just about to make a thread for this. I want to do mine, but wanted to know if it was possible. I want to do silver to match the exterior.
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yeah i just got regular thread from a craft store for like 33 cents then a pack of sewing needles with a thicker loop thing at the end, took about 2hours total.
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lol thats awsome, if I ever get bored I'm putting silver stitching in, GJ man

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Awesome. I really like that. May have to steal the idea if I do my interior.

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