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Old 10-05-2010, 09:36 PM   #1
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My Version of the RV Superbag

Thanks to Rob and Linda I was introduced to the RV Superbag (had never seen them before!)

Today I made my own. First, I lay my cushions down and cut a mattress pad to fit the top dimensions. Using that as a pattern, I cut the fitted full size sheet to fit and sewed the 2 together. Then I sewed the full flat sheet to the first 2 on just 2 sides (the end and side that will be against camper wall.) I left the top sheet the full size, but sewed the wall edge flush with the edge of the bottom sheet/pad. This gives plenty of top sheet to move around in, and also will extend off the side to cover the space under the bed. (I hope)

I did not connect the comforter to the sheets-----I'll see how it all works. If I decide it needs to be connected, I'll use grommets down the wall side of the comforter and sheets and tie them together. Don't want to mess with sewing on velcro.
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Old 10-05-2010, 09:37 PM   #2
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Old 10-06-2010, 09:50 AM   #3
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Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh... Well done, Vickie! What a great job you did... too darned bad that nobody around here sews !

Congrats...

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Did you sew by hand or on a machine?
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Old 10-06-2010, 05:58 PM   #5
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Tom, sewed them with machine, thank goodness! Now, if I only had the folding table like Rob and Linda to store the bedding! Still thinking about how I could do that with my skill sets!
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I like your VickieBag!

When I was a kid we used to zip our sleeping bags together in pairs. That was back when the bags were square though. Do they still make ones that do that?

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Yes, they do. You can even do it with mummy bags.
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I'm an over the hill single guy so I had a seamstress sew my top sheet to the bottom fitted sheet. If you haven't tried flannel sheets in your trailer your missing out. They're not as cold when you first go to bed as the plain cotton sheets.
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