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Thread: CPAP Fleece hose covers and strap pattern

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    CPAP Fleece hose covers and strap pattern

    Any one have patterns or know of a link to CPAP hose covers or fleece straps? I need to make some and would be great if there was a pattern already out there I could use.

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    I don't have a pattern but I like the idea. In the winter my CPap has lots of condensation because of the humidity level I need it at. Hmmm!

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    I have just done a search CPAP hose cover - most instructions are, "measure the length of the hose and the diameter of the hose add 1" to the diameter and sew into a tube. Turn inside out and slip hose into tube.
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    I just measured mine and my husbands C-Pap tubes, cut some flannel the same length about 4" wide, then sewed up the side to form a tube and slipped the hoses into it. It really works great for keeping the condensation from forming and getting up our noses.

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    My husband's came with a cover for the tube to take care of condensation. It was made out of a knit like t-shirt material. You just slipped it on. There were replacements that he got through the medical supply place where he got his machine. If you google tube covers for cpap machine you'll get a lot of options from different suppliers.

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    I just cut to fit and hand-sewed it in place. I'm guessing it wouldn't be too hard to make a pattern, but it was just as easy for me to "cut and paste" since I just needed it of mine.
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    What about using Velcro to close the seam. Seems it would be easier to remove and replace?
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    The last cpap hose cover I had, at the ends it had a 3 inch finished slit. At the top of the slit there was hook and loop tape on either side, you basically tightened it using the tape to keep it on the fitting on the end of the hose. Checked ebay and not seeing one like it. I will try looking at Etsy and Pinterest.

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