Following the changes made to our sewing frame with hooks for cord adjustment, the cheaper version of the tool was revamped as well. Instead of the previously used chipboard, now it has a wooden board for a base.
Recently we updated our book press family for even better user experience. Previously, wing nuts were used for tightening the press. That's a cheap and straightforward solution that allowed us to keep the price low. But now we found a better way!
We have a huge sale at our Etsy store from this Friday to next Tuesday (to allow customers from all time zones to buy something). All our 3d-printed jigs and tools are cheaper by 30% now, and prices on everything else dropped by 15%.Continue reading →
I’ve been selling this simple sewing frame for almost two years now. Initially it was even simpler. I wanted to have a cheap and fast in production sewing frame to give to my students at Bookbinding 101 class. Production cost for the version 0.1 was $15-20.Continue reading →