I was feeling the need for a new lunch sack. The design is perfect for making drybags, but in this case the ripstop nylon, although eye-catching, is distressingly permeable.
A long thin rectangle of ripstop nylon, some boning (as for clothes), webbing and clips.
I wrapped either end of the fabric around the boning a couple of times, sewed it up into a bag, attached the ends of the boning and the webbing together, capturing the clips.
To get an idea of the scale.
Rolling the top over seals the bag neatly, and takes up slack so the contents don’t rattle.
It makes a decent carry-handle!
When empty, the bag is incredibly slim – I can even wear it as a choker, or wrapped twice around my wrist.
Not quite Doof-ready.
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