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Fender Covers Decorate Your Boat! Part 1 31 Jul 2017 05:01 #1

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Fender Covers Decorate Your Boat!

When fenders sit out in the sun for a long time they start to get gummy.
One way to slow this process down is to keep the fender covered.

I happened on a garage sale that was getting rid of an assortment of decorative yard flags.
I bought 9 or 10 of the flags to use at my house.
I did not use all of the flags at the house, and after a while I though I might find another use for them.
I needed new fender covers, the ones I had, had started showing there age.
With all of the nice colors on the flags I though it would be nice to add a little color to the boat.

The fender covers were an easy sewing project.
It only took about 30 minutes per cover. After the 4th one it took much less time.

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More photos on assembly in part 2

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Fender Covers Decorate Your Boat! Part 1 31 Jul 2017 12:27 #2

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What a great idea!

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