DIY Bag build

SLaCowboy

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A while back I posted looking for Stryker style bag pattern. Using measurements online and going through post on here made me a bag for my guide light frame. My mother helped me a lot since she has been sewing for years. Just thought I’d share. 2AFE3BB4-C090-458A-92FD-43AA98D49234.jpeg A2C0AA88-D1FE-4DA1-A411-C7CD50FB4AF8.jpeg F6EFEB1C-5AED-4439-BBFD-052F4B2F9B22.jpeg 9EC689CC-117A-4C81-AC57-7AC2FA1DFB2C.jpeg 16D3BCA4-768D-40C7-9593-782426977E4E.jpeg E4A8BEE2-3278-41D7-A21B-F0E40E9BA8E3.jpeg 5DABAA2D-D795-48A4-887B-D7F077BB7247.jpeg AA672994-814D-492C-9317-93EB374DABCD.jpeg 83059E41-77A3-44EF-A6F8-0900D66E77E8.jpeg 253CA422-740A-44EC-ACD5-2002F6D3A6EC.jpeg
 

WoodBow

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Solid work man. Well done.

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MightyMatt

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Very nice work! Hard to not like a solid setup that you put sweat and thought into. You will remember your mom every time you use it too. Im sure she didn't mind getting to spend some quality time with you making it either. The older I get the more I realize that little things like that mean more to our parents than any gift you could ever buy them. Took me some time to realize that. I try and make time to spend with them both allot more these days. Pretty small price to pay for the joy it brings them and you both.
 
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