Pet Food Bag Sleeping Bag or Bedroll Tarp

Sew a few bags together to make a 3 1/2' x 6' rectangle. It can be used as a moisture barrier under bedrolls or sleeping bags. A 7' x 6' rectangle can be folded in half to cover both the underneath and top of a bedroll; helps block moisture and wind. It can be simple as a tarp, or if you're feeling creative, you can add a carrying handle, ties along the side and bottom, or even sew 2 layers together (like a quilt) and add plastic grocery bags or an old blanket as batting.


Finally, please consider donating some of your creations to a homeless shelter. Even a simple sheet of plastic could help change a life.

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November 14, 20160 found this helpful
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For the non-sewers - you can also use duck (duct) tape to connect them. Waterproof and no pin holes or thread to absorb moisture or leak.

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December 7, 20150 found this helpful

Hard to visualize, what products are you using? Pictures would be great.

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