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You don’t need to spend $100 or more on a good winter sleeping bag to stay warm. Especially when you will most likely only use it 2 or 3 times a year...
Items your going to need. 2 - 40* or warmer sleeping bags (if your sub 0* camping) Or 40* sleeping bag and a polar fleece sleeping bag (the polar fle...
Place one of your sleeping bags into the other one, if using a polar fleece bag place it into your regular sleeping bag. Making sure to push the inne...
Thread your thread or floss threw your needle. Pulling the two ends together, Lick you index finger then wrap the thread three times around your fi...
Then rub the thread down off your finger with your thumb. Then pull the ball you just made tight. You now have a large knot.
Pinch your two sleeping bag’s zippers together at the bottom, then run your needle threw BOTH of the zippers just below the zipper into the cloth part...
Pull your thread half way threw the zipper, then take your needle threw the thread as shown, which is between the two pieces of thread that you tied i...
this will keep your knot from pulling threw the cloth in the night or undoing your sewing
Pull your string tight, pulling the knot all the way until it’s touching your zipper. Repeat about 2 or three times.
Run your needle threw your circle of thread to start your knot, going threw both pieces of thread, then pull it tight.
Then run it threw the part you sewed to the zipper finishing with step 9 each time. Then cut your string. And repeat on the other side, only sewing th...
OR you can pin the zippers together with a couple diaper pins. I’d only use diaper pins because regular safety pins come apart and stab your feet in ...
On nights where it’s warmer you can sleep on the inner sleeping bag, giving you more padding underneath you, and zipping up the outer bag to keep warm...
Then on nights where the temperatures are colder you can sleep in both bags.
I spent in 2001 $149 on a mummy down filled bag for my son to take camping which was rated -20* . He came home from camp saying he was so cold he coul...
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