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Jag Bag fine silk sleeping bag liners and travel sheets.

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  • You did a pretty good writeup about Jag Bag silk sleeping bag liners a while ago. I’ve just bought the Jag Bags business from Jackie Gardiner and will be making them in and selling them from Scotland in 2011. There will be no changes to the styles, type of silk or colours. I’ve been selling Jagbags for a few years from my own travel site at and worked very closely with Jackie and her team.

    In the FAQ section on the Jag Bag site some of the customers have stated that with “the addition of an endura silk sleeping bag liner increases the warmth of their sleeping bag to the warmth of close to 10 degrees Fahrenheit (5-6 C).” The advantages of the Endura silk over the fine silk is that the Endura is stronger, warmer, and has better wicking abilities. This is what Jag Bag has to say about each:

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    Homemade Silk Liner

    Making a silk sleeping bag liner is a pretty straight forward project. Start by going to your local fabric store to buy some silk fabric. I found some at JoAnn Etc. There was a section with "Silk Solids" for about $2.99 per yard - 72" width. If you're a small to medium size person you can probably get by using a folded 72" width section of silk, otherwise you'll have to buy twice as much silk. Buy about 2 and 1/4 yards of silk, or more if you're taller. This should cost you about $7 to $8.

    Once you have bought the silk, fold it in half. With a chalk pencil or just a pen, mark out the desired shape and then pin it up for sewing. Using the sharpest cissors you can find, cut out your pattern. Then using some polyester thread (if available) sew two or three stitches into the edge of the cut. You should now have a nice silk bag. Turn the bag inside out to hide the stitch. Then if you want, sew back the top of the bag so the material doesn't unravel.

    The silk liner that I made for myself weighs about 4 oz. which is far less than the typical 6-7 oz. store bought silk sleeping bag liner and at a fraction of the cost! Plus, you can't beat the fact that I found some bright green silk! ;)

    Last Revised: 02/05/2002
    Written By: Jeff Walters
    E-mail: hiker_jjw(at)yahoo(dot)com

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Our Mulberry Silk Sleeping bag liner is the ideal travel partner

In the FAQ section on the Jag Bag site some of the customers have stated that with “the addition of an endura silk sleeping bag liner increases the warmth of their sleeping bag to the warmth of close to 10 degrees Fahrenheit (5-6 C).” The advantages of the Endura silk over the fine silk is that the Endura is stronger, warmer, and has better wicking abilities. This is what Jag Bag has to say about each: