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Can you sew with rabbit hide on these machines? Thanks!

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You didn't say what machine you have. You'd probably want a heavy-duty (industrial) machine. Domestic home machines are probably not recommended for sewing heavy leather. They may be able to but in the long run it may damage the machine.

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