The "what have you made today" thread

Discussion in 'DIY & MYOG' started by Gadget, Jan 19, 2016.

  1. Clare

    Clare Thru Hiker

    Thanks @craige I’ve got this so far, similar, returning to it tomorrow. (Drawn out on dust sheet which has turned out to be a really useful prototype fabric). Zip at top of front face.

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  2. Clare

    Clare Thru Hiker

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  3. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    Thanks @Clare @craige nailed it. You can easily adjust size to the needs.
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2019
  4. craige

    craige Thru Hiker

  5. Balagan

    Balagan Thru Hiker

    Nice pack as always. BTW, "for friends to borrow" is supposed to be the official excuse for not getting rid of a pack you've not used for three years... not for making brand new ones. ;)
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2019
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  6. theoctagon

    theoctagon Thru Hiker

    :angelic: Last one for a while

    First time I’ve used it and the pack hasn’t been used yet but for <$12/yd it seems great. Well behaved, easy to work with, appears pretty tear resistant... guess that’s all I can say for now
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  7. Clare

    Clare Thru Hiker

    Question: how do you sew in the zip when the construction at that point is a tube but the desired stitching direction is 90 degrees to the machine swing arm. Ie you can’t slip the tube over the swing arm because it’s 90 degrees wrong.

    Sorry having trouble being clear.

    Let a picture speak. I want to sew the zip East to west but because it’s a tube I can only go north to south

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  8. Whiteburn

    Whiteburn Thru Hiker

    Hard to see what your attempting to make but I'd probably look at sewing each side of the zip tape on first (while it's flat) then put the slider on, similar to that illustrated in THIS THREAD.
  9. Clare

    Clare Thru Hiker

    I didn’t buy continuous coil zip so that’s not an option. The zip is fixed closed at one end. But perhaps that’s the answer anyway, to buy continuous coil aqua seal.
  10. Whiteburn

    Whiteburn Thru Hiker

    If the zip is long enough you could just cut the closure off.
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  11. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    @Clare as @Whiteburn said. Open ziper up. Sew the ziper to the edge. Close the zip. Do the corners.
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  12. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    After some miles and few tweaks...New addition to the family of waist belt bags... 20190713_202118.jpg 20190713_202324.jpg
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  13. Clare

    Clare Thru Hiker

    Cheers both. Need a new zip then. :shifty:

    Oh when will it ever end.
  14. theoctagon

    theoctagon Thru Hiker

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  15. Snowonher

    Snowonher Summit Camper

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  16. Snowonher

    Snowonher Summit Camper

    Tinkering with a new style of waist pouch, lots of potential space. Again, the colour is a dark red, but starting to like the electric pink!

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  17. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

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  18. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

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  19. Snowonher

    Snowonher Summit Camper

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  20. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    A door for TS..30g with two line lock buckles at the base side so you can undo one side to get out 20190714_202045.jpg
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  21. slovhike

    slovhike Section Hiker

    @Chiseller all your if keen having it:)
  22. Chiseller

    Chiseller Thru Hiker

    Sorry, as much as I'd like to have one of your pouches, it is at the back of my needs at the moment. I was made redundant and am now looking for a job.... Whilst walking the dales way :whistling:
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  23. Stu Sibley

    Stu Sibley Summit Camper

    Roll top stuff sack with dcf, I bought the bits separately but used a video from ripstop by the roll

    Has enough space for all my clothing kit or maybe as a food bag

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    Last edited: Jul 20, 2019
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  24. stonemonkey

    stonemonkey Trail Blazer

    Made these last week to take with me at the weekend.
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  25. Tartanferret

    Tartanferret Section Hiker

    I’ll be interested to know how you get on with that long strip of Velcro @stonemonkey, I got rid of the flap straight away :mad: and just use one square
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    If you are doing a mk2 version it’s easy to make it 3D to suit pouch meals. I think I used a pour and store bag stuffed with socks to make my template :roflmao:

    The spaceman’s clutch bag

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    Last edited: Jul 20, 2019
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