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Steve:I really like this mod and your workmanship with the oiled Mesquite wood. I just ordered the components on AMazon to make my own,
Is this opposite direction of how the first, larger cut is made?
Can you please measure the diameter of the pieces of your stuff sack and post those. I want to sew my own paraglider stuff sack! I don;t know the dimensions..Thanks.
David - I sought out pattern designs after buying a "highly" rated adult Plush onesie on Amazon. Wasn't plush or warm at all as the material was surprisingly thin. So , like you, DIY to get it the way you want it.The BM medallion was a cool project. I taught myself enough about sketchup tools and conversion software and a fellow Burner CNC guy cut out an aluminum MASTER for me. Then I made multiple mold copies in Silicone and poured them out of resin with a little powdered limestone mixed in. I painted and aged them to look weathered and a bunch came out nicely and was an appreciated GIFT on the playa.
You don't mention the process you took to go from initial bunny suit to the great looking fitted design. Is the fitted end design reflected in the downloadable PDF you provide us?
I tried to barter for sewing services before I went to Burning Man, but no success. I did make and cast medallions that I brought to gift in my camp and elsewhere.Now I've been looking for just this idea to make a gift for my wife to sit out on the porch at the beach for sunrise with a cup of coffee.Two layers - inside a sherpa fleece and outside a polar fleece so she'll be toasty even with the wind blowing. I might have to make a second larger one, too.
Made me look ... I have no idea what an "infnet" was!
Just bought a ZEO package on Ebay after Steve Gibson's recommendation (grc.com).I hope the headband replacement effort launches soon. This is a great DIY substitute though, thanks.
Just bought a ZEO package after Steve Gibson's recommendation (grc.com).I hope the headband replacement effort launches soon. This is a great DIY substitute though, thanks.