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great!
Exceptional reading, I would love to see more of this on BPL...thank you for posting this submission!

In Editor's Roundtable » Into the Unknown, with Sturdy Footwear
April 29, 12:26pm

zippers
Dan, I don't know the weights of those two zippers, so can't help you there. However, if you're shortening the Quest zipper it will be the same amount of work as the zipper by the foo...

In Make Your Own Gear » Waterproof/Resistant Zips
April 24, 1:33pm

bummer
I was looking forward to a flash red quilt! The blue is nice too ;)

In Make Your Own Gear » Fabric Color and overstuffing for DIY quilt
April 23, 10:38pm

read = red?
I'd cast my vote for red. The red momentum is a nice rich true red that I just love. I used it in the liner of a jacket, highly recommended. Here's a pic for reference:

In Make Your Own Gear » Fabric Color and overstuffing for DIY quilt
April 23, 6:17pm

momentum
No comment on radiant heat, I just don't have a clue. I like a dark color somewhere, top or bottom, for drying in the sun if necessary. I personally like to have a color on top just because I...

In Make Your Own Gear » Fabric Color and overstuffing for DIY quilt
April 23, 4:05pm

great!
Aaron, that is awesome! On the couple of quilts I've made I used thin strap and cut holes in my ridgerest so that the quilt would wrap well, stay under me, and not shift. The problem is that ...

In Gear Deals » New Company Manufacturing Down Quilts, Down Balaclavas and Ultralight Biyvs
April 20, 10:22am

waterproofing
Dan, that's a really cool idea. the Seam grip might wear off, but would be easy enough to reapply. One thing is that waterproof zips tend to join very closely whereas the backing tape on a no...

In Make Your Own Gear » Waterproof/Resistant Zips
April 20, 10:04am

one-way
correct about the operation...the difference between a one-way separating zipper and a two-way is that the two-way can unzip from both directions. like a jacket that has two zipper pulls so that i...

In Make Your Own Gear » Waterproof/Resistant Zips
April 19, 2:22pm

bottom stop
and regarding the "bottom stop" from Nia's picture above, it is possible to simply sew the zipper beyond the fabric and stitch back and forth across the zipper (depending on the machi...

In Make Your Own Gear » Waterproof/Resistant Zips
April 19, 8:46am

zipper by foot
you can definitely do this with "non separating" zipper by the foot. Also, you can generally make a zipper end without the stops described above by folding the open end of the zipper...

In Make Your Own Gear » Waterproof/Resistant Zips
April 19, 8:43am

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