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Lately I've been experiencing a low-grade frustration with my bicycle pannier which has turned into a bucket-o-chaos. This instructable will document my first attempt to straighten it up ...
cardboard remnants ($2.50) stretch elastic ($2.79) sticky a** glue measuring tape clothespins (as clamps) sewing machine, thread
cut out a cardboard shape that will fit inside the interior of the pannier. I cut three such shapes out and glued them all together with wood glue. ...
create a fabric envelope for the cardboard interior by tracing around the outside of it onto the remnant. Add a half to 3/4 inch margin all around to ...
I felt like improvising on this without a plan. I decided to give it elastic stripes on one side which could be used as arbitrary grabbers for this ...
I went with some haphazard pockets on the other side with no regard for regularity. Attach those to the side seams
Slowly sew the thick envelope together at the seam. Invert rightside out Try fitting the cardboard into it.
next time, I will find a way to put the finish seam on the bottom. I had a hard time getting a cosmetically acceptable finish on this seam ...
test it out for general usability... it's okay, but I have a better idea...
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