[at-l] Ray Jardine kit
delita.wright at gmail.com
Thu Feb 25 17:26:06 CST 2010
thank, Cutter" That's very helpful. I do have enough experience sewing
that i am guardedly confident. I believe i will start with the quilt
and go from there as I enjoy using my bag as a quilt. Now I know my
next question. How has it been in the field? Compared to other
experiences? Thanks much!
On 2/25/10, Cutter <cutter78 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've made one of his quilts. The result was satisfactory, but I wouldn't
> call my sewing skills professional. If you've done a lot of sewing and can
> follow instructions closely, you'll probably be okay.
> I can make stuff sacks and such, but I'm not confident in my skills enough
> to trust making something like a pack or tarp, where seams and stress points
> take a lot more abuse than a quilt.
> On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 2:02 PM, Delita Wright
> <delita.wright at gmail.com>wrote:
>> So far I've been really comfortable with my cheaper lightweight
>> alternatives but have the mindeset of putting money where needed.
>> Don't want to put it where not needed... So, has anyone used the
>> Rayway kits? Or should I just research Q's like this?
>> Chapel Hill, NC, USA
>> In consistency is the key to victory
Chapel Hill, NC, USA
In consistency is the key to victory
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