Step 1: Gather your materials
Sewing the bags on a regular sewing machine could damage your machine. Ask around, one of your friends may have one you could use.
You will need two poly filled sleeping bags. Down filled bags will be a huge mess!
Flat bags are easier to cut out a pattern from. I used one flat and one mummy bag.
You will also need some quilt edge trim from a fabric store.
SHARP strong scissors. My hand got tired and I had to occasionally take a break.
Step 2: Cut out a pattern
Get a top and bottom from your closet . I laid down a large rain jacket and baggy pants on top. Then I traced around adding approx 1-1/2" extra for the seam.
Leave extra length in the sleeves so they are not too short. You can trim the if you need to later.
The feet are tricky. I just cut out huge balloon feet and trimmed them later. I am not much of a darter but I bet that would be a better way to sew this. I simply made my feet large enough to bend at the ankles with out cutting off my circulation. Adding leather or vinyl to the soles would be a nice upgrade!