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#189313 - 02/22/15 08:50 PM G4 Mesh Side Pockets
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This has me totally confused, and the figures in the instructions aren't helping matters.

6.1 is this saying to stitch the two 3" cutout together and leave the 1/2" inside corner unsewn?

6.5 I totally don't understand what it means by splitting 1/2" of the bottom corner. This makes no sense to me at all.
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#189321 - 02/23/15 06:57 AM Re: G4 Mesh Side Pockets [Re: PaHiker]
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I've made a couple of G-4 packs but don't recall these particular steps. I don't have access to my instructions just now; I'll look later today if I can remember. Could you elaborate a bit on what you are trying to do with these two steps? I don't recall the mesh pockets as being particularly complex other than the possibility of winding up with the tie loops inside one of the pockets. I did that once; I spent some time muttering IIRC.
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#189322 - 02/23/15 07:04 AM Re: G4 Mesh Side Pockets [Re: Pika]
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This is where you are attaching the mesh side pocket to the side material.
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#189326 - 02/23/15 10:15 AM Re: G4 Mesh Side Pockets [Re: PaHiker]
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I'm afraid I can't answer your questions, but I'm wondering, are you using the free online plan or the commercial plans from questoutfitters? Maybe that makes a difference?

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#189338 - 02/23/15 07:05 PM Re: G4 Mesh Side Pockets [Re: 4evrplan]
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I have both, don't see a difference between them.
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