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Kirby Classic Omega bag patches?
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Post# 145330   7/30/2011 at 19:49 (4,589 days old) by KirbyLover (Louisville Kentucky )        

I have Omega that has a non-original bag. It looks boring and I was wondering if there are any Kirby patches that you can sew or iron on? I'm also thinking of getting a full length zipper put on, would I then cut out the inner lining (if it has one)? I hate shakeout bags and it's not original so nothing to lose.

Post# 145336 , Reply# 1   7/30/2011 at 20:35 (4,589 days old) by twocvbloke ()        

I don't think there are any sew-on or iron-on patches that are addons, all you could do is take one off a damaged bag and attach it somehow on to the replacement bag...

As for adding a long zip, the usual method is to cut out the seam that runs up the back of the bag and then stitch in a long zip, and then cut out the scraper pocket and stitch that zip shut, but personally I'd just extend the scraper pocket cutout ad put a long zip in there, so instead of two zips, you have one at an angle, but it's up to you how you do it... :)


Post# 145337 , Reply# 2   7/30/2011 at 20:36 (4,589 days old) by twocvbloke ()        

Oh, another one for the patch, print out your own onto an iron-on transfer patch, won't look original but should look okay... :)

Post# 145338 , Reply# 3   7/30/2011 at 21:01 (4,589 days old) by twocvbloke ()        

And just cos I have very little to do right now, a graphical illustration of my thoughts on the zips:



Post# 145339 , Reply# 4   7/30/2011 at 21:56 (4,589 days old) by KirbyLover (Louisville Kentucky )        

I think I'd leave the pocket zip just for fun, I could leave a bottle of Odor-ific in there. :)

The bottom of the middle seam actually has a small HOLE in it (no wonder my wife complained about it being "dusty"!) so might as well start there!


Post# 145359 , Reply# 5   7/31/2011 at 12:33 (4,588 days old) by super-sweeper (KSSRC Refurbishment Center)        
twocvbloke,

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what program did you use to make your graphic illustration?

Post# 145372 , Reply# 6   7/31/2011 at 14:09 (4,588 days old) by twocvbloke ()        

Macromedia Flash (I think the last version before Adobe destroyed it)... :)


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