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Posted on:12/12/03 8:25 AM
Last Updated:12/12/03 12:26 PM


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Doris Stewart said...
Great idea!
12/12/03 9:03 AM
Donna Isler said...
Great idea! For a minute there, I thought you had 11 twins! LOL
12/12/03 9:30 AM
Lou. said...
Cool idea! and so pleased to see bike helmets made trendy!!
12/12/03 11:49 AM
cindyann said...
Now that's a good idea!
12/12/03 12:05 PM
MariaDenmark said...
Great idea - I've been looking for something like this for my son.. How do you get the triangels to stay on the helmet?
12/14/03 3:25 AM
JDpenelope said...
Very resourceful! "Necessity is the mother of invention!"
12/14/03 7:03 AM
Mandolin82 said...
Maria, I made the bottoms of the triangle small, so they have to be forced over the fastener (the one at the bottom of the triangle on the straps). This helps keep them from slipping off. However, I have to redo one of mine, it wasn't quite small enough and keeps slipping off.
12/15/03 8:20 AM
 
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