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Thread: Kim's sleeping bag

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    Senior Member grammy17's Avatar
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    Still getting the camper's ready. first the back pack. Now the sleeping bag and stuff sack. Not as difficult as I thought.
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    Very nice.

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    Nice.

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    Enjoy your trip.

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    :thumbup:

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    Good Job :D:D:D

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    Awesome :thumbup: did you use a pattern?

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    Nice. Looks like she like it.

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    Where are they going? Very nice work.

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    No pattern. We did look on the internet. It is stuffed with High lost batting which is doubled in the shoulder to hip area. Inside and outside is rip stop nylon. I used Velcro from knee to head on the open side for the closure. Zippers are so expensive.

    GA southern end of the Apalachian Trail. Hoping to make 20 miles in three days. My daughters, Kim, Jenny, son, Walt and 3 grandsons. I'm only sewing for Kim.

    I bought 4 sleeping bags for the others. If I had known how easy they are to make I'd have made them all. My son already had one from his walk on the Danube last year.

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