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Old 05-23-2014, 07:52 AM   #1
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My ever evolving ParkLiner interior

Well after my father passed away last fall I ended up moving in with my 79yo mom. Sucks most of the furniture I bought 15 months earlier after moving off the boat that got totaled from Hurricane Sandy was no longer needed (had no room for the futon couch (frame was a good used hard wood one off of craigslist for $40....the futon on the other hand was $300 and so comfortable. So I thought about what to do with it....and.....
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Very nice looking arrangement, Deryk. Sorry about all the changes that brought you to this application, but I like what you've done with the place!
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Old 05-23-2014, 09:04 AM   #3
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Deryk, that is absolutely stunning!

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Old 05-23-2014, 11:42 AM   #4
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Looks great! Love your colors.
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Deryk: Perfect timing. I just posted the need to make my 13' Scamp dinette a permanent bed, and you came up the the futon mattress idea. Another person had put plywood on gas struts to access storage under the bed. Another good idea to incorporate. The ideas are starting to percolate!!!
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Thanks! I'm liking it a lot....camping in the Pocono mountains right now and remembered to drop my rear stabilizers....with the couch all the way at the back I have to....before I was almost sleeping above the axle lol.


Next year I'm going to start adding some wood to the interior to make my ParkLiner more "cabin'esque"!
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deryk Glamper,

way cool what you've done in there.
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Okay deryk, I've followed you long enough to know that you KNOW HOW TO SEW! Isn't it totally cool you've been able to repurpose an asset

Cool beans! I can't even thread a needle without help!
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Beautiful! You're making lemonaide of lemons!
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Thanks! I'm also Mr Bargain Shopper lol.... got the material on sale at the upholstery place for $4 a yard...so it makes the job so much better lol.

But I really do like the feeling of the larger interior inside. Ive been going through reorganizing, and removing stuff that I'm not useing...for example I had a small rv sized dish strainer....well ever since I got the stove cover I have just been laying a dish cloth over it and letting the dishes dry on that....so one more thing removed lol. I have a frying pan that's coming out.... have 2 with lids already(one cast iron, the other Revere ware) My old backpacking cook set is going to come out as soon as I can find a cool stainless steel teapot....since my cooking is pretty limited.

Ah I love camping and having wifi lol
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Lookin good Deryk! We're on our way home from the OBX, had a great week, nice weather, even jumped completely in the Atlantic yesterday.

We're hauling the old ParkLiner to Allegany State Park in a couple weekends for our first camping outage, even if for only the weekend. Wish I hadn't wasted a week of vacation at a condo, but had no choice after making the reservations, unless I just wanted to kiss the $ goodbye...

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Deryk,
Your mad skills with a sewing machine are amazing! My light duty machine won't even handle hemming a pair of jeans, never mind taking on upholstery. Nice work!
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Thanks Guys! The industrial sewing machine was one of my wiser purchases. It has more then paid itself off. When I lived on my boat, the cost for sail covers and bags was through the roof....So I would just find scraps on ebay the colour and size I needed and sew it myself for a lot less... so new cushion covers is a 2 day job but in time I will be able to decide...hmm what colour inside this year lol
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Thanks Guys! The industrial sewing machine was one of my wiser purchases. It has more then paid itself off. When I lived on my boat, the cost for sail covers and bags was through the roof....So I would just find scraps on ebay the colour and size I needed and sew it myself for a lot less... so new cushion covers is a 2 day job but in time I will be able to decide...hmm what colour inside this year lol

Where did you get the sewing machine? SailRite?

Nice job. It looks great.
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