bobbinnsprocket Who needs a skirt when you've ukulele? :) 5h

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bobbinnsprocket First morning in handknit wool! 2d

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bobbinnsprocket Still her favorite perch. 4d

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bobbinnsprocket I needed a new visor. Got funky with this one! I scored some purple elastic and used up some bright scraps. 5d

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bobbinnsprocket Ridgewood!!! Need to plan a bike ride that involves stopping to eat. 1w

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bobbinnsprocket View from today's ride. I want to know what body of water this is and put my kayak in it! :) 1w

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bobbinnsprocket My boat got a figurehead today. Guess I'm naming her The Rubber Ducky. :) 2w

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bobbinnsprocket This guys asked me if I wanted to race. Ha! (Trirowing.com) #rowing #kayaking 2w

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bobbinnsprocket Improvising for a sun shade before l burned my legs. Also, roll the towel back and it makes a great foot rest! #kayaking #daggerkayak #Wataugalake 3w

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bobbinnsprocket Good deed of the day. Found this guy floating in the middle of the lake. Gave him a lift to shore and then he didn't want to leave my paddle. 4w

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bobbinnsprocket One last crafty. 4w
  •   kupiaki Just bought my first kayak, and I'm gonna have to borrow this idea from you!!! 5d
  •   bobbinnsprocket @kupiaki Yes! Do! It's really easy to make. Just some mesh fabric folded into a pocket. I used sticky back Velcro to stick it under the edge of the kayak. Sew the Velcro half that is on the pouch, since the adhesive doesn't stick to the mesh very well. It's worked out great so far! 5d
  •   kupiaki @bobbinnsprocket ooh, sticky Velcro! Alright. Gonna do it. 5d

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bobbinnsprocket This about sums up today. 4w

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bobbinnsprocket Finished. Now I need another project... :) 4w

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bobbinnsprocket And it fits! 4w

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bobbinnsprocket The back of this seat is made with a sleeve that fits over the molded in plastic seat back in the kayak. So I cut out a matching piece, added webbing to it and sewed it into the seat back. When I turn the piece right side out it forms the sleeve that the seat back slides into. Then I just need to stuff the foam in and stitch up the opening. 4w

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bobbinnsprocket Fold your fabric in half, right side facing in and trace the seat. Cut out (feline assistance may be required. Check with your resident feline management before proceeding.) 4w

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bobbinnsprocket After the foam is glued together, trace the old seat onto the foam and cut out. 4w

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