A friend of mine on my motorcycle forum (https://www.thesabrehood.org) has a Harley-Davidson Road Glide and asked me to put some regular bars on it and make it blue. I haven’t stitched it out yet so this is a computer screen snapshot of what it will look like. It will look better when it’s stitched out and I’ll replace this picture with an actual scan of the finished item. I can change the colors, add accessories, change the air filter cover etc. All I need is a picture to work from. The accents are separate items so they can be any color or moved or removed.
A Suzuki M109R Customer had a special request. “Can you do my friends Harley-Davidson Road Glide but do it in Burgundy and chrome where it’s supposed to be?”. I checked out the photo and said yes. It took me about 8 hours of digitizing because I had to start from scratch and the Harley engine is fully exposed, unlike a Honda Goldwing. I emailed him the screen shot of the digitized result and he said for for it. I’m in the process of embroidering 8 backpatches for his friends that ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. I did the best I could to capture all the detail of the custom wheels and the engine etc. It has apes on it so they look kinda wierd, but thats what the picture looks like. You can see the picture and the result below.
I plan on adding the other popular Harley-Davidson motorcycle models over the next few months. Each one will take a long time to do as I believe in as much detail as possible. If I wouldn’t pay for it or wear it, I don’t expect anyone else to either!