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Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
FS: <18oz summer Quilt $110Shipped on 07/20/2008 12:59:28 MDT Print View

53"x41"x79.5"
it is 53" for 40" then tapers to 41"
Climashield Combat 2oz
My scale sux but shows this between 17 & 18oz
$110 Shipped
It is olive green and made from a 1.4 oz double ripstop nylon. I like how this fabric feels. It is airy and soft against the skin, i'm not sure how much wind it will block or how well it will shed water droplets because this is the first thing i've used this fabric for.

I am on a quest to find the right insulation for my summer bag. I sleep very hot and this bag is still too warm for me.

Never been used just completed. I got the stuff for it hoping it'd be right but i made a bag using this for someone else and it is just too hot for me. I think it will be comfortable into the 50's, but i've not tried it.

I will also make custom quilts if anyone is interested.
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When i took these pics i was standing at the foot and the perspective makes the foot area look much wider than it is.

Edited by MarshLaw303 on 07/20/2008 13:34:28 MDT.

Douglas Johnson
(Sponge) - M

Locale: PNW
Tim's Quilts on 07/21/2008 22:51:48 MDT Print View

Just a plug for Tim's workmanship. He made me a 40 degree quilt and the construction is top notch! It was a good experience all around working with Tim, and so far I couldn't be happier!

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Tim's Quilts on 07/21/2008 22:53:47 MDT Print View

Thanx Doug. I am so glad you are happy!

Tim

P.S.
I think your quilt should get down to freezing.

Edited by MarshLaw303 on 07/21/2008 22:54:25 MDT.

Richard Gless
(rgless) - MLife

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
Custom sewing on 07/21/2008 23:50:30 MDT Print View

Tim,

I'm looking for someone who might be interested in redoing a nylon rain fly from a commercial tent that is no longer sold. I'd like to get the rain fly duplicated in UL materials. Any interest?

Thanks, Richard

Edited by rgless on 07/21/2008 23:51:23 MDT.

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Custom sewing on 07/22/2008 05:55:02 MDT Print View

i'm not sure that is within my skill set. I guess it depends on how complicated the fly design is. Most flys have a lot of panels sewn on curves with tight angles and i may not be good enough for that.

However, tarps, bug bivys, packs and especially quilts, thats what i'm about.

If you had some pics you could email tmarshall charterinternet com and i could have a look and see, but i think it might be out of my league.

-Tim

Richard Gless
(rgless) - MLife

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
Custom sewing on 07/22/2008 13:30:22 MDT Print View

I'll try to send some pictures to your personal email and you can take a look (may take me a couple of days). To my inexperienced eye it looks like all straight lines. I also managed to get a second tent. If the flys are exactly the same, maybe one could be used as a pattern.

Thanks.

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Custom sewing on 07/22/2008 13:33:13 MDT Print View

ok, i await the pics

Brett Peugh
(bpeugh) - F - M

Locale: Midwest
Possible other ends on 07/23/2008 21:44:32 MDT Print View

Hey Tim, since I sold you all of that stuff I might have some work to throw your way so you can make your money back. Would you email me at brettpeugh@gmail.com since I can not access the email you sent to me now for some reason. I have two half brained ideas I want to throw you way. Thanks.

And I just realized I forgot to put a pattern in on the box I shipped off this morning. Dang. Slap to the forehead.

Brett

Joel Ramey
(taildragger) - F

Locale: Arkansas River
quilt on 07/24/2008 10:03:12 MDT Print View

Do you still have the quilt for sale?

If so, how much loft does it have? I'm trying to find out if I could use this for a 2-season quilt (say good to about 40ish for the average sleeper)

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: quilt on 07/24/2008 15:04:17 MDT Print View

Sorry i forgot to post that the quilt is PENDING sale.

It won't get down to 40* probably just under 50*

I can make you one <90" long and <60" wide using combat 2oz for $110 shipped or XMP 4oz for $120 if you want.

-Tim

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Possible other ends on 07/24/2008 15:05:34 MDT Print View

brett,

i am out of town and away from my e-mail right now. Send your ideas to tmarshall @ charterinternet . com and i will see them Sunday.

-Tim

Tim Marshall
(MarshLaw303) - MLife

Locale: Minnesota
Re: Re: Possible other ends on 07/27/2008 03:48:03 MDT Print View

quilt is sold