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STRUT YOUR STUFF! You know you want to. Here is your chance to show off that project you just finished and we will post your submissions here.

Here is what to do. Send us…

  • At least 3 photographs of your craftsmanship that you created using a COBRA machine
  • Your Business name, Your name, City, State, and zip code
  • Web site link (if applicable)
  • The model of the equipment you used to make your project with.

Send your photos and information to [email protected]

Please feel free to browse projects made by our our satisfied customers below using COBRA LEATHER SEWING MACHINES.

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All of the other great products are shown below

J.J. Adams

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chairI recovered this chair for a customer using my Cobra 4 to sew it. He is ecstatic with the result. The leather piece was so big I had to sew standing up to hold it and push the pedal with my toes. It is 20 oz of leather, 10 ozs doubled to sew. I had to wet the leather and clamp it over to be able to hold it in place with my hand, didn’t have the strength any other way.
Cobra 4 went through it like butter. I just cut the arms, didn’t install them because he didn’t know how he wanted them. He has it home now and sits in it exclusive since I talked him out of a backing and just burnished the edges. I am so proud of this chair because it was the first real project I made on my Cobra 4 and it’s so easy to use. I’ve only had it a few months but can’t remember what I did before I got it. Anytime someone is looking for a machine on Facebook or Leatherworkers.net I always recommend this. Talked a man out of a Juki into a Cobra 4 just last week. Without a doubt the best machine on the market and the best deal and Steve is always available to answer questions. Definitely a win/win/win situation. Hope this is up to par to use Steve. Cheryl

Cheryl A Crossan
Double C Cowgirl Couture
27 West Street
Rutland, VT. 05701
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Double-C-Cowgirl-Couture/267039250031690
Http://cccowgirlcouture.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/DoubleCCowgirl

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Briefcase I made sewn on the cobra 4 with 138 top thread and 69 bottom thread.

Andy Stevens
Elko, NV

http://andystevenssaddlery.com/

“Love my class 3. Thanks Steve!”

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Just wanted to take some time to say thanks for a great product (Class 4) and show off the first few projects I used it on.  It is a great machine with even better customer service.  The learning curve was pretty short due to the servo motor being able to creep and it has ran through everything I’ve tried with three different size thread and needle combinations.  It is a great machine and I have been recommending it to everyone I talk to.
Thanks again, Randy West

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Barely Running Saddle Shop
La Grange, TX
http://barelyrunningsaddleshop.blogspot.com

PS  The purse was my entry into the Art of the Cowboy Makers 2012.  I want to thank you for your contribution and support of this wonderful show.

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One of our first products with the new machine. Incredible how smooth and efficient it is! Not one missed stitch or broken thread in 2 days production.


Adios. Dennis McVey

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Steve, as I was talking to you about earlier today, here’s a photo of the piece of leather that I wrapped around a curve cut into plastic.  then I sewed it with the gorgeous Cobra.  It’s beautiful!  Like butter….

Cheers, Michelle

The items shown were projects made by craftsman Mike Wolff using our Cobra Class 3 Leather sewing machine. I will let him tell you how much he enjoys using our machine……

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“I just thought I would send a short note to you on how well I like the Cobra machine.  I am leaning a lot about sewing and have run into some items that I am making that was a real challenging for me which is a good thing.  I made a couple of things that really made me think when I started them and the end product turned out ok.  I made a possible bags, a small pouch for 30 30 bullets and they all turned out real nice.  I am making a carrier for shoot gun shells that the clay target shooter wear on their hip when they shoot skeet.  That was a challenge for me putting the gusset in and able to sew it up.  They are made similar in the way you would make a saddle bag.  Other than that just wanted you to know how much I appreciate the machine.  I am having a blast making leather items.”

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Robert Hall

Robert Hall’s latest leather project using our COBRA CLASS 3

Here is his explanation of his project and his comments.

“Latest project…Combination Sissy Pad(recoil pad)and raised cheek piece for the Russian 91/30 Sniper rifle.This Machine is Great!”

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Hedley Pepper
This beautiful Handbag made by “Pepper” using our Cobra class 4 Leather Machine. The bag is fully lined, and has three pockets on the outside, one of which is zippered.  The inside lining has four pockets, one of which is zippered. The pockets are all lined.
Hedley Pepper
Santa Rosa, CA, 95405.
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: Coming soon!

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These fine wallets were made by Allen Meadows using a COBRA Class 17 machine he bought at the Witchita Falls Boot and Saddle Show. It is/was the first sewing machine I have owned and works fantastically for the type of work I do. Being the first machine I’ve owned it has been a quick learning curve and I have Steve to thank for that. He has been available to answer my questions and the occasional chat about baseball has been fun as well. I look forward to my most recent purchase arriving a Cobra NP 4 Skiving machine.

The first wallet is black elephant with an orange stingray inlay. Second is a cowhide with brass knuckles. Third is a Moleskine cover made from shark.

Allen Meadows
Big Papa Leather
www.bigpapaleather.com

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centerThese creations were submitted to Leather Machine Co. by Nanci Rogers. She owns and operates Ace High Leathers in Montague, California. She used the Cobra Class 4 “Dream Machine” to make these saddle bags and chinks.

Comment:

“My work spans a huge radius and the ability to be able to work on a single project requiring different leather thickness without moving from one machine to the other is fantastic.  The “Dream Machine” has taken the quality of my work up a notch or two.  I no longer feel limited on what I can or cannot create. I’m a big one on customer service in my own business and have found Steve to be equally as attentive with his customers as well.  Great products and excellent service!”

Thank you Steve!

Business name:  Ace High Leathers
Location:  Montague, CA
URL:  www.acehighleathers.com
Owner:  Nanci Rogers
Machine:  Cobra Class 4 “Dream Machine”.ah1ah7

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