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Brendan S
(brendans) - MLife

Locale: Fruita CO
MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 09:21:17 MST Print View

Just finished this up for my mom. I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out.

About 5'6" long
17 oz 800 fill down
nice fat, non-flap draft tube/collar
differential cut
#5 zip
1lb 13oz111222333

Travis Leanna
(T.L.) - MLife

Locale: Wisconsin
Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 09:26:30 MST Print View

Excellent work!

Sam Jones

Locale: London, UK
Nice! on 02/22/2012 09:33:20 MST Print View

That looks really good! How long do you think it took you? A quilt will be one of my next projects I think.

Dustin Short
(upalachango) - MLife
Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 09:48:40 MST Print View

Excellent job, pretty much looks like a WM Ultralite or FF Swallow (in other words very high praise). Should keep you mum nice and toasty!

Daryl and Daryl
(lyrad1) - MLife

Locale: Pacific Northwest, USA, Earth
Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 10:52:55 MST Print View

Off the charts professional looking Shows patience and skill.

Please tell me this is not your first bag.

jerry adams
(retiredjerry) - MLife

Locale: Oregon and Washington
Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 10:55:27 MST Print View

Wow! Looks very professional. Nice job

Brad Walker

Locale: SoCal
Re: on 02/22/2012 13:42:06 MST Print View

Haha, I hope you're ready for order requests...

(that's a compliment)

Mike D.
(mpd1690) - F
Re: Re: on 02/22/2012 14:34:06 MST Print View

looks really, really good

Brendan S
(brendans) - MLife

Locale: Fruita CO
Re: Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 17:48:24 MST Print View

Thanks for the kind words...

@ Sam-I'm not sure exactly how long it took me...I finished most of it over the weekend, probably working 5ish? hours both days. Add a couple hours of cutting and figuring out the tricker design elements. Quilts are far easier.

@Daryl-Second mummy bag (although the first had a less complicated hood), but I've also made a decent number of quilts (synthetic and down) and a few down jackets.

Rob E

Locale: Canada
Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 18:20:06 MST Print View

Wowza! That is a nice looking bag.

17 ounces of down! Should keep her toasty

Brendan Lammers
(mechB) - F

Locale: Washington DC
Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 18:56:59 MST Print View

This looks like an immaculately constructed bag--crazy awesome! What is the approximate girth at the shoulders and feet? I wonder how much this would weigh with M50, 12 or 13oz of 900fp down, half-zip, 6'2" length, and a slim cut (a la WM Summerlite)? That would be the perfect bag. Anyways, nice work!

Edited by mechB on 02/22/2012 18:58:50 MST.

Brendan S
(brendans) - MLife

Locale: Fruita CO
Re: Re: MYOG mummy bag on 02/22/2012 19:18:13 MST Print View

Footbox is 38" and it's about 60" at the shoulders. Next project is one for my wife with pretty much what you describe (M50 with probably more like 15 oz oz 900 fp)

Michael Cheifetz
(mike_hefetz) - MLife

Locale: Israel
construction on 02/23/2012 13:30:18 MST Print View

sweet !!!

is that a sewn through ? how did you do the footbox (there is no photo) - just cloesed it like the zpacks one or an oval end?