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on: September 23, 2009 09:27:23 AM 
Started by julibooli, Message by julibooli
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I'd been thinking about spicing up my latest bicycle--in New Orleans we like our bikes to be very spicy. Before, my seat was generic black and real bummer. So I pulled out a scrap of canvas and some paint and got to work!


A little bit of home-town pride. Everything I make winds up getting branded.

The key to keeping your bad-ass accessories from getting jacked in the Quarter is to put your name all over it, real big.

The construction of the cover took only a few minutes. I spent a while painting it though.

I sewed the top and sides, then stapled it to the bottom of the saddle.

I topped it off with a few coats of clear sealant. When I ride with a skirt, the saddle rubs my thighs, but that's the case with any seat. The design hasn't worn off at all. I've also decorated my basket with some beads I got down on Bourbon last weekend (don't ask why I was there).

Check this out on my website! http://madebyjulianne.com/?p=69
 
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