MYO bag liner
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Ben F
(tekhna) - F
MYO bag liner on 01/03/2012 12:37:08 MST Print View

So this kind of project seems like the easiest for someone to get into MYO gear--any suggestions for patterns and fabric? It seems like it should be as simple as cutting a mummy shape and sewing in a drawstring, but I've also been bag liners that you end up getting tangled up in.

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: MYO bag liner on 01/03/2012 13:12:57 MST Print View

I made one out of thin white silk, and I think it weighed 2 oz or something.

A bag liner can get you all tangled up unless you use safety pins in several places. Even then, you may feel that you need an explosive escape hatch if it gets really bad.

If you are trying to do this to make the bag warmer, then you may be going at this all wrong.

--B.G.--

Sean Rhoades
(kingpin)

Locale: WV
bag liner on 01/04/2012 13:20:26 MST Print View

Most liners seem to be made of silk or a very thin, light fleece I think. I've been trying to find Coolmax material to make one from.

As far as patterns Ive seen a few, just google that. Easiest thing to do would be to lay your fabric over your bag and trace it.