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    This sounds like a fun project. When I get some more Woobies, I think I'll make one.

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    climashield top quilt

    Quote Originally Posted by Take-a-knee View Post
    Use 1.1 ripstop to enclose the quilt or 0.9 momentum if your budget allows.
    Is there a tutorial on making that? Sounds neat.

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    I plan on sewing one like my smoke jumpers bag pictured here-


    I sleep out in my yard pretty much every night. I have a sleeping bag under me and put this bag over me and put my feet in if I get cold. I like the way it surrounds me.- George

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    So I found something like a poncho liner (I think) at the salvation army for $5.
    It looks new, but there is no head hole. So what have I got here.

    It is a camo pattern and maybe about close to twin size with ties around the edge in several places.

    Maybe a sleeping bag liner ??

    The ripstop is super thin like 1 oz and the fill is very thin about like some of the other army liner stuff I have seen.

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    The Wobbie has no head hole, strange huh?

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    Well I found a tag and it is a poncho liner, but how do you use it as a poncho liner without a head hole ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammons View Post
    Well I found a tag and it is a poncho liner, but how do you use it as a poncho liner without a head hole ??
    You don't. Army Field Manual 21-76 (99% sure this is the source) states the liner is to be used inside the issued poncho to create a lightweight sleeping bag. Of course, there are many uses for the liner, and another FM may, probably, and does say something different. Because of the many uses, I keep a liner in every car, a couple in the basement and a few more in the garage.

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    Okay,

    I read that but did not put 2 and 2 together.
    Makes sense.

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