DIY - Winter Tarp Snake skins

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DIY - Winter Tarp Snake skins

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Post by neslog » Wed Oct 12, 2016 1:02 pm

Recently I made a Winter tap with the plans provided by RipStopByTheRoll. It turned out great. I had some extra fabric from the build so I took a yard of the fabric and made 2 triangles. they were about 3 inches wide on one side and 8-10 inches on the other side. I hemmed the two edges and then a long hem along the long sides to make a tube. It turned out great and does a great job of keeping the tarp easily deployable and packable.

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Re: DIY - Winter Tarp Snake skins

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Post by P-Dub » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:06 am

Picture?

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Re: DIY - Winter Tarp Snake skins

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Post by neslog » Wed Oct 19, 2016 12:18 pm

Here we go, added to original post. This is of the snake skins with the winter tarp. It does a good job, but have to roll from on eend to keep it from forming air pockets.

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