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Make a lightweight insulated reflecting cozy for your backpacking cook pot. Also works as a cozy for your cook-in-bag pouch.
You'll need the following:Windshield sunshade (shiny accordion folded, the lighter the better, mine cost $5)Your cook potScissorsLarge needle and strong threadVelcro (sewing type, not non-sticky back!)MarkerMeasuring tape
My design has two overlapping flaps to insulate the top of the pot, but one flap for the bottom to make it easy to slip cozy over a ...
Use your pot lid to outline the shape of each flap. Two opposing flaps for the top and one on the bottom (doesn't matter where you locate the ...
My shade was silver on one side and purple on the other so I chose silver as the inside.Sew a length of velcro on the inside edge of ...
Go out to your favorite backpacking spot. Cook dinner in your pot.Close cozy sides and top flaps, and leave bottom flap open. Slip your cozy over your pot ...
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