Video : Stitching of a Different Sort

Hey y’all!

So, in an effort to make the Porcelain Rocket experience an even more ‘custom’ one, we are trying a little something new around here…

Instead of sending out hundreds of rather standard and boring form emails, or even setting up a page list on the website, I’ve decided that I will do a little live-action video FAQ series.

The first in the series:

This is a basic tutorial on making a nice pattern for me to work from on a custom framebag build.

If you have about 7 minutes to spare (and who doesn’t really?!), have a little watch. You might learn something. :-)

Let me know what you think, and if there are any topics that you might like to see.

Thanks again and again!
Scott

13 Comments

  1. Gary Blakley says:

    Good job, Scott! Nice video.

    Any progress on the Anything Cage bags? When can we see a prototype? We have a bikepacking trip planned for March. I suppose that’s too soon for them?

    • theporcelainrocket says:

      Thanks Gary!

      Regarding the Anything Cage bags, all I can say is “Any day now”. I might have something for your tour. Send me an email!

      Scott

      • Gary Blakley says:

        Oh, and shorts in Feb. I’m jealous!

        • theporcelainrocket says:

          Yeah, I’m diggin’ this place, for sure!

  2. Jim MacDonald says:

    Yard stick? showing your Yank heritage… I think you’re in meter stick land now.

    • theporcelainrocket says:

      Haha! For sure! There’s no hiding it, I guess.

      I know there’s a ‘lowest common denominator’ joke in here somewhere. ;-)

      Scott

  3. Leslie says:

    Nice On One! Are those Racing Ralphs?

    • theporcelainrocket says:

      Indeed they are! Good eye!

  4. David Bach says:

    Scott,
    Is a good time to bug you about those custom fork bags yet?:)

    • theporcelainrocket says:

      Not just yet… :-)

  5. Kenneth C. says:

    Very nice video Hmmm this gives me a lot of ideas on how to make a few things my self.But using duck cloth cost a lot here too.Back to wishing again lol.

  6. Colin Cadden says:

    You didn’t mention it in the video, but I’m assuming that you also need to know the position of the front dérailleur in order to avoid having a strap there?

    • theporcelainrocket says:

      Yep, go ahead and mark that too. :-)

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