Rain Rain Go Away.

So it has rained here in Seattle pretty much nonstop for like a month. We have had some super nasty weather which is bad for moped riding. I am also a pussy when it comes to rain and mopeds, go figure. Anyway due to the fact the I was bored as hell and that I am an aspiring hipster I decided to give sewing a whirl this week while trapped indoors. After a quick crash course in sewing machine operation from my wife I began a little Project.

I have wanted a roll up tool bag to organize my emergency moped tools for some time now. I have been just letting my tools fly all over my bag which kinda sucks when I am on the side of the road digging for a plug wrench or 10mm socket. So after some thought I made this little tool-baggy-pouch-roll-up-thing.

I have named it the Tool Burrito for some unknown reason, Other than it looks Like a burrito full of tools.

I used a material made by Filsons here in seattle. It’s their waxed flax oil cotton which also happens to be really rain resistant. I dumpsterd (Hipster thing) about 5 square feet of it a few months back and have been trying to decide what to do with it ever since but when you don’t sew there aren’t really many possibilities. Anyway here is what I ended up with. It looks like an ewok might have made this and then dropped it in the woods of the forest moon of Endor. Either way I think for my first sew job it turned out pretty cool.



About J Jones

mopeds suck, but I am addicted. Datsun 510 Suck harder, But I am addicted. Heroin is amazing but I can never find any......
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One Response to Rain Rain Go Away.

  1. Ian says:

    next step, Etsy Shop!!

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