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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I'm pretty sure (could be wrong) that Wilderness Logics does a "double" flat felled seam on their ridgeline. Doing this enables it so you do not have to seam seal the ridgeline. I actually do this with the tarps I make now so I don't have to do any seam sealing.

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    Very nicely done! I was mistaken AS in thinking that the construction was the same as WB but at least I remembered that there was no need to seam seal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    Very nicely done! I was mistaken AS in thinking that the construction was the same as WB but at least I remembered that there was no need to seam seal!
    No worries. I hadn't seen the WL ridgeline up close personally. I'm glad to hear that each employs a different method. It's nice to have choices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I'm pretty sure (could be wrong) that Wilderness Logics does a "double" flat felled seam on their ridgeline. Doing this enables it so you do not have to seam seal the ridgeline. I actually do this with the tarps I make now so I don't have to do any seam sealing.

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    Can you explain what you mean by "double" FF seam? How do you make it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiffnuke View Post
    Can you explain what you mean by "double" FF seam? How do you make it?
    I'll give it a shot to explain assuming you already know how to do a FF seam. lol

    After you sew it, you fold the ridgline back "doubling" the thickness of the ridgeline and sew it again.

    Sorry, it's hard to explain, but I can probably make you a very quick vid of how to do it if you want.

    Fronkey

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