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    Default Stove and dutch oven padded carry bags

    I want to make some padded carry bags for my old Coleman stove and my dutch ovens. I have an old military canvas tarp and some cheap sleeping pad foam from walmart for my materials. I don't have a heavy duty sewing machine, so I will be using a stitching awl for this project. I am looking for ideas of how to go about this. I don't have much sewing experience.

    My stove is:

    21 1/4" L X 13" W X 3 1/2" T

    I cut the top and bottom foam pieces already. I made them 1" Bigger in length and width, but can cut them back a bit if I need too. I might keep it simple and only pad the top and bottom, but having the sides padded would be nice. I will definitely pad the sides for the ovens if the bag for the stove goes well.

    How much should I add to the measurements when cutting the tarp pieces?

    If any of you have done this or something similar I could use some advise.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Stove and dutch oven padded carry bags

    Sorry! I can't help much (sewing is not something I do excep buttons and very occasional repairs).
    If I were going to make something like this, though, I would leave lots of extra material around the edges then trim it later if its in the way.

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