Let me preface this by saying that I have next to no sewing skills right now.
A friend of mine has offered to teach me, so I should be up for some basic stuff in the near future.
What I want to do is sew a pocket onto my ENO DoubleNest for a CCF pad.
Plan to get away from the ground dwellers and start hammock camping with my son's Scout troop this fall and winter. Will use an UQ for the colder stuff, but the CCF should be OK for a lot of the time here.
My plan is to use regular 1.1 or 1.9 ripstop and sew it in on the outside along the seam that is already there on the DN where they change colored fabrics so as not to put extra holes or a stress line in the material.
I figure I need to make the added material slightly wider than the ENO material so compensate for stretch.
Any suggestions or things I might have missed on this idea?
I've learned tons of stuff from this forum, and playing with the Amsteel line is a new hobby for me now!
David K. Perdue
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