October 20, 2014
Good Monday to you all! I know that Monday’s can be kind of a drag, so for that reason… and so many more… Strapworks is proud to announce we have a new line of Officially Licensed Three Stooges Products! Check them out here: http://www.strapworks.com/Three_Stooges_s/988.htm

Good Monday to you all! I know that Monday’s can be kind of a drag, so for that reason… and so many more… Strapworks is proud to announce we have a new line of Officially Licensed Three Stooges Products! Check them out here: http://www.strapworks.com/Three_Stooges_s/988.htm

October 20, 2014

omegalo said: i am looking for a sewing machine that will be good for sewing webbing for diy projects. I am having trouble finding anyone even referencing if it will.

We use industrial Juki’s or Pfaff machines. That said, a well made personal machine that is designed to work with leather or heavy denim will do fine if your are not pushing huge amounts of product through it.

October 4, 2014

When I say “Be Prepared” what do you think of?
Well, yes… of course you think of the Boy Scouts! But in this instance, we want you to “Be Prepared” for the Holiday rush and order your Sublimated Holiday Webbing from Strapworks.com now and avoid the last minute crush.
 Don’t leave your projects wait until it’s too late!
Don’t let your customers down!
Order your Holiday webbing as soon as you can and get ahead of the game… Be Prepared.

September 27, 2014

Got some new products here at Strapworks.com that are going to be flying off the shelves. 2 new, stainless Steel Bolt Snaps and, for all of you Mil Spec fans out there… Mil Spec 17337 Sublimated Polyester webbing in 11 cool camo patterns (or the pattern of your choice)! Brooklyn John dishes up a lot of info in a tiny bite-sized video. Enjoy!

September 20, 2014

Join Brooklyn John and delve into the world of Custom Design at Strapworks/Moose Pet Wear/Killer-Q. It’s easier than you would think to get exactly what you need.

September 18, 2014

willowbeesnicklefritz said: Thanks!! I have a Phaff 145 Industrial Leather / Upholstery machine. Would that be suitable?

Yes, a Pfaff 145 Industrial Leather / Upholstery machine will work… in fact it may even be too powerful  for your use. The 1 Inch Nylon shouldn’t hurt it.

That said, did you know that we have a subsidiary company called Moose Pet Wear, that does nothing but pet gear? Or that, Moose Pet Wear can make your collars, to your specifications and to your design while still being cost effective?

With our Sublimation service, we can help you to create patterned polyester webbing that will make your collars unique and eye catching. We can even incorporate your logo or company name or even the pets name on those patterns; and all at wholesale prices?

Take a look, www.moosepetwear.com we can do all the work and you can just relax and count your profits. :)

September 17, 2014

willowbeesnicklefritz said: HI! I am making dog collar and leashes out of your 1" nylon webbing. What would be the best industrial sewing machine for that type of product?

Most of the machines we use are either Juki’s or Pfaff’s. If you need more detail, I can get that for you… but that’s what I know off the top of my head.

September 13, 2014

Check out our Mouse Pads, Pitcher Pads and Coasters! Not news, you say! On the contrary, we can do almost anything you would desire on these beauties; From customized creations from the depths of your imagination to our planets line (with planetary data if you so choose) even The Three Stooges. These are a must have. They make great gifts… fabulous corporate give-aways… even reasonably priced band merchandising. And we haven’t even touched on the fundraiser aspect.

September 6, 2014

When it come Metal Hardware, Strapworks has some of the best (at the best price too), but just how tough is it? Join Brooklyn John as he pits himself against the 1 Inch Moto Cam Buckle. Who will win? Who will fold under the pressure?
Also: A tour of Brooklyn John’s Desk (including an explanation of the infamous “ISIS” mug.

August 29, 2014

PLEASE SHARE!

Check it out, both Tom Foster and Douglas Foster got called out for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! Now, our owners are not of the feint of heart variety so… CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!
Of course the donations would have been made one way or the other, but where is the fun in simply writing a check (I’m talkin to you Patrick Stewart).
Sit back in your nice dry seat and watch the fun… then participate.
Make your donations at www.alsa.org AND take the challenge yourself.
Tom nominated: Gene Stutzman
Doug nominated: #Amazon.com /‪#‎FedEx‬ / ‪#‎NASA‬ / ‪#‎NationalGeographic‬ / ‪#‎CirqueDusoleil‬ / ‪#‎Pepsi‬
C’mon folks, you got 24 hrs.

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