For my stuff sacks, I use the Jardine method...sew it like a square, then flatten out the corners and sew a seam perpendicular to the bottom seam, then trim. Pretty easy. That's pretty much how JRB does it, only they sew the corners on the outside and sew the corners together.
To make the partition. I'm thinking of a partition where the two chambers are end-to-end rather than side-by-side. Start with flat rectangle. Fold one end down about 8" and sew a 1/2" channel, then open the end back up. You'll end up with a big flat rectangle with a channel about 7" down from one end. Then finish the stuff sack as normal and the channel will form the partition when tightened.
Thought of an easy way to make a stuff sack bottom. Sew the material into a tube and turn it inside out. Put a rubber band around the end. Then sew a few seams across the bottom where it's all puckered up and trim off the excess. Wonder how that would work.
Hey! This thread is about buckle supports!
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