Lam Hoac kite bag

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sat, Oct 05 2013, 10:08 AM

Can someone say club project? :up:
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sat, Oct 05 2013, 04:49 PM

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Still need more work, but it's getting there.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Trigger » Sat, Oct 05 2013, 09:54 PM

It looks awesome!!!! Great job

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby goestoeleven » Sat, Oct 05 2013, 10:11 PM

Looking very nice. So . . . are you going to lead the club project? :up: :-D

The only kite bag I ever made was made from a blue tarp . . . you know the kind to cover stuff you leave outside for the winter, like patio furniture. I couldn't even sew a straight line for that project (but it was very cheap ;-)).

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 09:48 AM

goestoeleven wrote:Looking very nice. So . . . are you going to lead the club project? :up: :-D

The only kite bag I ever made was made from a blue tarp . . . you know the kind to cover stuff you leave outside for the winter, like patio furniture. I couldn't even sew a straight line for that project (but it was very cheap ;-)).




When ever we have the club build I would be more than happy to help. This kite bag can hold 12 Kites, I made a lot of mistake with this bag, because I was tired. Next time around I learn my lesson with the mistake ( what to do and not). By seeing lam kite bag online it was easy to build this bag.

By the way The cost of This kite bag was under $50
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 10:43 AM

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby makatakam » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 11:37 AM

Nice job, Xay. Time to field test it!
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby kitemeister » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 11:46 AM

That bag looks great! Hey that kite stake sleeve looks familiar ;)
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby goestoeleven » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 12:00 PM

Nice looking bag. How much time did it take you to make it / how much time would it take to make it now that you know what mistakes to avoid?

My only other comment is that it looks kind if empty (needs more kites)!

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 01:30 PM

goestoeleven wrote:Nice looking bag. How much time did it take you to make it / how much time would it take to make it now that you know what mistakes to avoid?

My only other comment is that it looks kind if empty (needs more kites)!





Should only take about 4 hour to do it, and yes I need more B PRO in there. 2 more B PRO is on the way.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 02:21 PM

zero1199 wrote:


Should only take about 4 hour to do it, and yes I need more B PRO in there. 2 more B PRO is on the way.



One should be here sometime this week, and one should be here in 5week xtar vent. :love:
Right Big Mike? :thanks:
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby goestoeleven » Sun, Oct 06 2013, 02:44 PM

You can't rush Bazzer . . .

Sounds good though.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby TMadz » Mon, Oct 07 2013, 11:44 AM

Xay, that is awesome. Perfect excuse to get more kites. Gives me something to aspire to.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Darkspark » Mon, Oct 07 2013, 09:19 PM

Just finished my mods to my Rev bag. Thought I would toss in a few finished photos.
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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Mike » Mon, Oct 07 2013, 09:51 PM

Nice! How well does it roll up with the handles up there?
I was wondering about doing that for a team bag. Each slot would have to hold handles plus line winder.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby Darkspark » Mon, Oct 07 2013, 10:06 PM

Thanks!
It rolls up fine. Ends up a little fatter on one end but it is perfectly doable. Functionally it came out nice, it wasn't the easiest thing to sew on. Rather thick and unwieldy.

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby swannie » Sat, Oct 12 2013, 06:47 PM

zero1199 wrote:This is a very nice kite bag but I also love to have a new kite so I have to pass on it.
Now I still need a kite bag, so it's time to sew. I started last night on it, it was about 11pm and this is what I got so far.
When to work with 4 hour of sleep :zzz:

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I had a chance to see Xay's kite bag in person on Friday - and it was VERY nice! The pictures dont really do it justice. I dare say that you should consider selling them ... you could use the profits as kite money! :)

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Re: Lam Hoac kite bag

Postby zero1199 » Sat, Oct 12 2013, 09:44 PM

swannie wrote:
I had a chance to see Xay's kite bag in person on Friday - and it was VERY nice! The pictures dont really do it justice. I dare say that you should consider selling them ... you could use the profits as kite money! :)




Thanks man. I don't know about selling its not as nice as a Lam bag. It would be nice if it can sell so I can have money for more kite.;) not going to be easy I am a no name.
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