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Nikki

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anyone have any tips on creating your own backpacks? id like to give it a try instead of trying to save up for a new one, because the town were in right now is fuckiing terrible to make money in and im stuck with this tiny little daypack which doesnt hold anything!

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We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!

Nikki

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you can try going to joann or walmart and get some fabric and use it to make your pack bigger. ive made a few from scratch and its tough without and industrial sewing machine



this is good thinking my friend.. its a small ass camelbak type thing but im sure i can add onto it one way or another! thanks :)
 

Nikki

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im headed to denver from pdx day after tomorrow ish

really? were down in salida right now until friday cuz my boyfriend has court to show up to... how long you gonna be in denver? and do you have a number.......
 

Nikki

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im gonna be in denver for a couple of days at my friend beetlejuice's house. i wont be there til probably this time next week. i can pm you my number if ya want

for sure send it this way. we were already up in denver for like a day. were going down to telluride friday for the big bluegrass festival. u hear anything about that? itd be cool to hit you up for the pack i just dont know how we feel about going back up to denver.... where are you heading afterwards?
 

Sc0ut

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for sure send it this way. we were already up in denver for like a day. were going down to telluride friday for the big bluegrass festival. u hear anything about that? itd be cool to hit you up for the pack i just dont know how we feel about going back up to denver.... where are you heading afterwards?
afterwards im not sure, headed to fl eventually and would like to avoid the sunset, so probably kc.
 
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The materials to make a bag are going to cost something.

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Looks like ScOut is able to help you out though.
 

scatwomb

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just look at a simple pack and try to mimic it.

i made a pretty awesome pack that looks like this:
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