This project was actually finished a while ago, but I haven’t felt like posting it yet. These pants are part of series of items I’m hoping to complete in order to make a comfortable winter camping setup.
Anyways, these insulated pants were one of the more complicated components, and I’m glad to say I’ve made two pairs, one for me and one for my wife. We used them on a yurt trip this January and they proved to be crazy warm, sometimes too hot. Continue reading “Self Drafted Insulated Puff Pants”
This is a robust and durable zippered bag designed for small item organization like first aid kits, and travel. The shell material is 1000 D Cordura, and the inner lining is Tempo hook and loop fabric. This fabric adheres to Velcro, making the interior of the bag 100% customizable based on the users needs.
In this post I’ll run over the basic pattern that was created, as well as materials, and construction ordering. Continue reading “New Bag Design for Small Item Organization”
Over the past three weeks or so, I’ve been slowly picking my way through a reverse engineering of a favorite pair of pants. These military surplus pants finally died this year, after many adventures, and were some of my favorite pants yet. What I thought was going to be an easy tear apart and copy, turned into an involved project that took quite a while longer than expected. Continue reading “Reverse Engineered Field Pants”
The Jalie 2679 is a great jacket pattern that works well for fleece, soft, and hardshell materials. It has a modern cut, with big zippered pockets, and isn’t too difficult to make. Continue reading “Jalie 2679 in Heavy Fleece”
This is the second prototype, and it works pretty well. Continue reading “Fanny Pack Prototype #2”